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The Incident of Meeraj un Nabi Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam

The Incident of Meeraj un Nabi Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam

The Journey of Prophet Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasllam

[Bani Israel 17:1] Purity is to Him Who took His bondman in a part of the night from the Sacred Mosque to the Aqsa Mosque around which We have placed blessings, in order that We may show him Our great signs; indeed he is the listener, the beholder. (This verse refers to the physical journey of Prophet Mohammed – peace and blessings be upon him – to Al Aqsa Mosque and from there to the heavens and beyond. The entire journey back to Mecca was completed within a small part of the night.)

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When He Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam was fifty-one years and nine months, He Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam went on the Night Journey commencing from the place between Zamzam and the Maqām, to Jerusalem. The Burāq was brought [again] and he Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam mounted it and was raised to the heavens; prayer was made obligatory during this journey.

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The Genealogy Of The Prophet Muhammad Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam

The Genealogy Of The Prophet Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam

Muĥammad Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam

He is the son of Ábdullāh,

the son of Ábd al-Muţţalib,

the son of Hāshim,

the son of Ábd Manāf,

the son of Qusayy,

the son of Kilāb,

the son of Murrah,

the son of Kaáb,

the son of Lu-ayy,

the son of Ghālib,

the son of Fihr,

the son of Mālik,

the son of Nađr,

the son of Kinānah,

the son of Khuzaymah,

the son of Mudrikah,

the son of Ilyās,

the son of Muđar,

the son of Nizār,

the son of Ma-ádd,

the son of Ádnān Genealogists are in agreement until Ádnān, and beyond him up until Sayyidunā Ādam  there is a keen disagreement.

His Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam mother is Lady Āminah,

the daughter of Wahb,

the son of Ábd Manāf,

the son of Zuhrah,

the son of Kilāb, 1

the son of Murrah,

the son of Ka-áb,

the son of Lu-ayy. 2


 

1 Thus the ancestry of RasūlAllāh Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam from his father’s and mother’s side converges at Kilāb.

2 Bayhaqi in Dalāyil an-Nubuwwah (1:183) and Ibn Hishām in his Sīrah (#1156).