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Hajj-Umrah Mobile App by same producer as this video to help you on your journey: iOS iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hajj-quick-guide/id1259003183 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hajj.hajj Medina & Mecca, Saudi Arabia June 29th, 2013 - July 10th, 2013 19th Shaban, 1434 - 1st Ramazan, 1434 Video Released on Eid-al-Fitr 1434, عيد مبارك Eid Mubarak! MASJID-E-NABAWEE BAB-E-JIBRA'EL MAQAM-E-JIBRA'EL RIYADHUL JANNAH MIMBER-E-RASUL MEHRAB-E-NABAWEE JANNATUL BAQUEE: JANABE FATIMA ZEHRA A.S. IMAM HASSAN A.S. IMAM ZAINUL ABADEEN A.S. IMAM MOHAMMED BAQER A.S. IMAM JAFFER SADIQ A.S. JANABE FATEMA BINTE ASAD UMMUL BANEEN OUTSIDE ZIYARAT MADINA: MASJID-E-ZUL QIBLATAYN MASJID-E-QUBA THE SABA SABA MASJID MASJID-E-ALI A.S. OHUD -- HAZRAT HAMZA A.S. Al-GHARS WELL UMRAH MUFRADAH: TALBIYYA TAWAAF SALAAT OF TAWAAF SAEE TAQSEER TAWAAF-UN-NISSA SALAAT OF TAWAAF MECCA: KAA'BA HAJARUL ASWAD RUKUN YAMANI MAKAM-E-IBRAHIM SAFAA MARWAA OUTSIDE MECCA: MASJID SHAJARAH JABAL HIRA/MOUNT HIRA JANNATUL MA'LA MINA ARAFAT MUZDHALIFAH JAMARAT
Graphic explanation of the Battle of Uhud. It shows tactic and strategy employed by both sides, the Muslim and the Meccan unbelievers.
Ustadh Abdulrahman Hassan gives this remarkable brief lecture at Uhud in February 2016 on our Tour. SubhanAllah his words are amazing.
This is a first-person view of the cave in Mount Uhud, where the Prophet (Peace be upon Him) took refuge after being wounded during the Battle of Uhud. He was carried there on the back of Sayyidna Talha (may Allah be pleased with him). The opening of the cave faces towards the battlefield of Uhud and Masjid-e-Nabawi.
Place where Rasoolullah camped with his people before Badr. I made a mistake on the video to say it was the night before, it was actually still 3 days of travel from here.
Mount Uhud (Jabal Uhud) Madina, Battle of Badr.
Mount Uhud is a mountain north of Medina, Saudi Arabia. It was the site of the second battle between Muslim and Meccan forces. The Battle of Uhud was fought on 19 March, 625 AD, between a force from the small Muslim community of Medina, in what is now north-western Arabia, and a force from Mecca.