Middle arrow shows the passage through which convoy of Abu Sufyan passed.
Left arrow shows “Malaeka Mountain” where Angels Jebreal and Mekael were sent by Allah with 1,000 of Malaeka (angels) to help the Muslims against disbelievers. The Battle of Uhud (Gazwah Uhud) was fought on 03 Shawwal, 3 AH (March 19, 625 .
The railway reached Medina on September 1, 1908, the anniversary of the Ottoman Sultan’s accession.
Compromises had to be made in order to finish by this date, with some sections of track being laid on temporary embankments across wadis.
This mosque was built on the place where Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) used to perform Salat Al-Eid and Salat Al-Istesqa’a for a long time. The Quba Mosque (Masjid al-Quba (مسجد قباء) or Quba’ Masjid) in Medina, is the oldest mosque in the world.
Its first stones were positioned by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) on his emigration from Mecca to Madina and the mosque was completed by his companions.
This attack created disarray and many Muslims were killed. After a fierce combat, the Muslims withdrew and regrouped higher up on the slopes of Uhud.
It was later expanded and renewed by the order of King Abdul Aziz. The Hejaz Railway was a narrow gauge railway that ran from Damascus (Syria) to Medina, through the Hejaz region of Saudi Arabia, with a branch line to Haifa on the Mediterranean Sea.
It was a part of the Ottoman railway network and was built to extend the line from Istanbul beyond Damascus to the holy city of Mecca.
It contains many of Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) relatives and companions.
On, mausoleums in Jannat ul-Baqi’ were demolished by King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia despite protests by the international Islamic community. This photo clearly shows the three mosques located at a walking distance from Masjid an Nabawi.