Monday, 21 February 2011

Timeline of the prophet muhammad (pbuh)

  1.  570 AD
    570 AD - This chapter presents information on the characteristics of Prophet Muhammad. The precise date of the birth of Prophet Muhammad is not known, but most historians believe he was born around the year 570 CE in Mecca. His father, a merchant named Abd Allah ibn al-Muttalib, died before the birth of the Muslim Prophet. When Muhammad was about six years old, his mother, Amina bint Wahb, took him to visit relatives in Yathrib, an oasis community about 200 miles north of Mecca ... 
    From EBSCOhost Connection: Chapter 2: The Prophet 
  2.  571 AD
    571 AD - If the 14th century , during the reign of King Sultan Agung , Whose the King in the territory of the Kingdom of New Mataram , which at that time his power almost control the entire island Kingdom of Java , Madura and Bali . Hijra calendar was introduced by By Sultan Agung , which take into account the initial year . Began in the year 571 AD , as the beginning of Hijra year , according to the birth of Prophet Muhammad , the prophet of Muslims.
  3.  610 AD
    610 AD - Angels seemed to have played an important role in the conflict between Moses and Pharaoh. We are told that the angel of death (some say it was Gabriel) took the lives of Egypt's first born. Angels are also mentioned in the New Testament where the angel Gabriel visits Mary to tell her that she was chosen by God to give birth to Jesus. The Prophet Muhammad (570–632) was visited by the angel Gabriel in 610 AD. 
    From Interdimensional Universe
  4.  622 AD
    622 AD - The Muslim and Gregorian calendar are started at different times. The first year of Hijrah is the same year as the 622 AD of the Gregorian calendar. Therefore the Hijrah ofProphet Muhammad (Peace be upon to Him) was made 622 years after the birth of Prophet Isa (On ...
    From Chapter 1 (Aspects Of History) 
  5.  628 AD
    628 AD - In 628 AD, a group of Monks from St. Catherine's Monastery (also in Egypt, at the foot of Mt. Sinai) sought protection from the Prophet Muhammad. He then dictated a covenant: "This is a message from Muhammad ibn Abdullah, as a covenant to those who adopt Christianity, near and far, we are with them. Verily I, the servants, the helpers, and my followers defend them, because Christians are my citizens; and by Allah! 
    From Attacking Christians 
  6.  630 AD
    630 AD - The city rose out of the desert as an early oasis and a stopping place for merchants and other travelers, where they could buy and sell goods in the active markets that surrounded the Ka'ba. Upon arrival and before departing, they prayed to the clay tribal idols that filled the sanctuary, even though Adam and Abraham had built the structure to be a symbolic ''House'' for the One God. The Prophet Muhammad entered the sanctuary and destroyed the idols in the year 630 CE. 
    From Voices of Islam

  7.  632 AD
    632 AD - The Prophet Muhammad, may peace be upon him, was born in 570 in Makkah, the power centre of Arabia, and died in Madinah in 632 AD His father Abdullah, died prior to hisbirth. His mother, Amina, also died soon after his birth. There was nothing extraordinary in his external circumstances. But, from his very childhood, his personality reflected extraordinary character. 
    From Islam rediscovered

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