Mosque Bani Haram is located where the people of Bani Haram tribe used to live, at that time, this mosque was nearby so it was named Masjid Bani Haram. This mosque was the place where Muslims had set up their camps as they were preparing for the Battle of Trench.
Social media is sharing a photo of a 114 years old bulb installed in Masjid e Nabawi in 1325 Hijri, which is now more than 114 years ago now.
Prophet Musa (AS) was a prophet sent by Allah SWT, Musa (AS) is one of those personalities who has been mentioned most frequently in the Holy Quran.
This story of a King is a fictional work, but you will love to know this story as it is a great way of explaining the power of Allah.
Prophet Ayub (AS) described in Quran with the word “Ayyub” which means “The Patient”. Son of Amos, son of Razeh (according to Ibn Ishaq), son of Rimil (according to others), son of Esau, son of Ishaq (AS), Son of Ibrahim (AS).
Prophet Yusuf (AS) also known as Jacob, was one of the twelve sons of Prophet Yaqub (AS). His mother name was Raheel, English name Rachel. It is written that Yusuf (AS) and his mother were the most beautiful persons on the planet earth.
Prophet Ishaq (AS)’s story: During their old age, Ibrahim (AS) and his first wife Sarah (p.b.u.h), the angels came in the form of humans to announce two news: a good one and a bad one. The bad one was that Allah (s.w.t) will destroy the people of Lut (p.b.u.h) and the good one was that that the couple will beget a son, whom they named Ishaq (p.b.u.h).
Prophet Shuaib (AS)‘s story: In Midian, the people practised lots of things prohibited by Islam, such as, robbery, collection of taxes, the practice of idolatry and cheating customers by lying about their products.
Prophet Yaqub (AS) arrival: The Prophet Ishaq (p.b.u.h) had two twin sons named Ishaq and Yaqub (p.b.u.h), also known as Jacob in English who was loved more by their father. For this reason, Ishaq envied his brother a lot.
Prophet Ismail (AS)’s mission is to aware the world that Allah is one and Islam is the right religion. Allah has mentioned Prophet Ismail (AS) for the ten times in the Holy Quran.