Al Isra Wal Miraj???????? ?????????
Al Isra Wal Miraj???????? ????????? ?Shab-e-Meraj known as in English?Isra and Mi’raj are the two parts of a?Night Journey. In year 621 The Prophet Of Islam Mohammed Rasoul Allah?travels on the steed?Buraq?to “the farthest mosque” where he leads other prophets in prayer. He then ascends to?heaven?where he speaks to?Allah, who gives Muhammad instructions to take back to the faithful regarding the details of prayer. According to traditions, the journey is associated with the?Lailat al Mi’raj, as one of the most significant events in the?Islamic calendar. Al Isra Wal Miraj???????? ???????? Shab-e-Meraj are reffered at Qur’an and Hadiths.
- Exalted is He who took His Servant by night from al-Masjid al-Haram to al-Masjid al-Aqsa, whose surroundings We have blessed, to show him of Our signs. Indeed, He is the Hearing, the Seeing. -?Quran,?Chapter 17 (Al-Isra) verse 1
- And [remember, O Muhammad], when We told you, “Indeed, your Lord has encompassed the people.” And We did not make the sight which We showed you except as a trial for the people, as was the accursed tree [mentioned] in the Qur’an. And We threaten them, but it increases them not except in great transgression. -?Quran,?Chapter 17 (Al-Isra) verse 60
- And he certainly saw him in another descent,
At the?Lote-tree?of the Utmost Boundary ?
Near it is the Garden of Refuge ?
When there covered the Lote Tree that which covered [it]
The sight [of the Prophet] did not swerve, nor did it transgress [its limit].
He certainly saw of the greatest signs of his Lord. -?Quran,?Chapter 53 (An-Najm), verses 13?18
Buraq: Al-Bur?q?(Arabic:??????????al-Bur?q?”lightning”) is a steed, described as a creature from the heavens which transported the?prophets. The most commonly told story is how in the 7th century, Al-Buraq carried the?Islamic prophet?Muhammad?from?Mecca?to?Jerusalem?and back during the?Isra and Mi’raj?or “Night Journey”, which is the title of one of the chapters (sura),?Al-Isra, of the?Quran. The journey to the Seventh Heaven: The?Night Journey took place 10 years after Muhammad became a prophet, during the 7th century. Muhammad had been in his home city of Mecca, at his cousin’s home (the house of?Ummu Hani’ binti Abu Talib). Afterwards, Prophet Muhammad went to the?Masjid al-Haram. While he was resting at the?Kaaba, the angel Jibril (Gabriel) appeared to him followed by the Buraq. Muhammad mounted the Buraq, and in the company of Gabriel, they traveled to the “farthest mosque”. The location of this?mosque?was not explicitly stated, but is generally accepted to mean?Al-Aqsa Mosque?(Temple Mount) in Jerusalem. At this location, He dismounted from the Buraq, prayed, and then once again mounted the Buraq and was taken to the?various heavens, to meet first the earlier prophets and then?Allah. Muhammad was instructed to tell his followers that they were to offer prayers 50 times per day. However, at the urging of?Moses(Musa), Muhammad returns to Allah?and it was eventually reduced to 10 times, and then 5 times per day as this was the destiny of Muhammad and his people. The Buraq then transported Muhammad back to Mecca.