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HAPPY HIJIRA 1436 TODAY IS CELEBRATION FOR MUSLIUM.


To day is 1/1/1436 corresponding To 25/10/2014

ﺍﻟﻠﻬﻢ ﺻﻞ ﻋﻠﻰ ﺳﻴﺪﻧﺎ ﻣﺤﻤﺪ ﻭﻋﻠﻰ ﺍﻟﻪ ﻭﺻﺤﺒﻪ ﻭﺳﻠﻢ

Date Thursday 17 June — Friday 2 July 622
Julian Calendar [1]
Loca
tion
Arabian Peninsula
Also
kno
wn
as
The Flight of Mahomet; [2][3] The
Migration of Mohammad; The Migration;
Hijrah; Hegira
Parti
cipa
nts
Muhammad and his followers
Outc
ome
Renaming Yathrib as “the City (of the
Prophet)” (Medina ); Enmity between the
Aus tribe and Khazraj tribes dampened
(tribes converted to Islam ); Muhammad
made political leader and united the new
Muslims
The “Hijra” (Arabic : ﻫِﺠْﺮَﺓ hijrah ), also Hijrat or
Hegira, is the migration or journey of the Islamic
prophet Muhammad and his followers from
Mecca to Medina in June 622 CE. [4]
Hijra of Muhammad
In 622 CE, warned of a plot to assassinate him,
Muhammad secretly escaped out of Mecca with
Abu Bakr . [5] Muhammad and his followers
immigrated to the city of Yathrib , 320 kilometres
(200 mi) north of Mecca, in several steps.
Yathrib was soon renamed Madinat un-Nabi ,
literally “the City of the Prophet”, but un-Nabi
was soon dropped, so its name in English is
Medina , meaning “the city”. [6] The Muslim year
during which the Hijra occurred was designated
the first year of the Islamic calendar by Umar in
638 or 17 AH (anno hegirae = “in the year of the
hijra”). [6] In the following chronology [6] the city
will be referred to as Medina, and the region
surrounding it as Yathrib.
Day Islamic
Date
(Gregori
an
equiv.)
Notes
Day
1
Thur
sday
26 Safar
AH 1
(17 June
622)
Left home in Mecca. Hid three
days in the Cave of Thawr
south of Mecca.
Day
9
Mon
day
1 Rabi’ I
AH 1
(21 June
622)
Left the environs of Mecca.
Traveled north to the region
of Yathrib.
Day
16
Mon
day
12 Rabi’
I AH 1
[7]
(2 July
622) [8]
Arrived at Quba’ near Medina.
Day
20
Frida
y
16 Rabi’
I AH 1
[9]
(6 July
622)
First visit to Medina for Friday
prayers.
Day
30
Frida
y
26 Rabi’
I AH 1
(16 July
622)
Moved from Quba’ to Medina.
NB, Al-Biruni alone is in disagreement with Alvi,
Ibn Sa’d, Abu Ja’far and Ibn Hisham on the
above dates. [10][11] The hypothetical dates in
the retro-calculated Islamic calendar extended
back in time differ from the actual dates as they
would be on the modern international Gregorian
calendar . The Hijra is celebrated annually on 1
Muharram, the first day of the Muslim year,
causing many writers to confuse the first day of
the year of the Hijra with the Hijra itself,
erroneously stating that the Hijra occurred on 1
Muharram AH 1[6] (i.e. 18 April 622) or even
the hypothetical Gregorian date from retro-
calculating 26 Rabi’ I in AH 1 to 16 July 622
even though it (Hijra) actually occurred on 12
Rabi’ I (i.e. 2 July 622).
Thus it is important to remember that whenever
the tabular Islamic calendar invented by Muslim
astronomers is extended back in time it
changes all these dates by about 88 days or
three lunar months as the first day of the year
during which the Hijra occurred, 1 Murhamman
AH 1, would be mistaken from Monday 19 April
622 to Friday 16 July 622. The Muslim dates of
the Hijra are those recorded in an original
lunisolar Arabic calendar that were never
converted into the purely lunar calendar to
account for the three intercalary months
inserted during the next nine years until
intercalary months were prohibited during the
year of Muhammad’s last Hajj (AH 10).

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