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The Prophets Night Journey by Yasir Qadhi

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The event of Israa and Mi'raj is recorded in Al Quran and Ahadith. It is the miraculous night journey of our Noble Prophet Muhammad, which consists of two stages. Stage one covers his trip from Makkah to Jerusalem, known as Al Israa, and stage two covers his ascent from Jerusalem into the Heavens, known as Al Miraj. As we contemplate on the occurrences of this remarkable night, we can conclude that Allah has a very good reason for Muhammad to be transported from Makkah to Jerusalem and then to the Seven Heavens. Yasir Qadhi relates to the audience the amazing incidents that took place during this remarkable event. Learn about how the Prophet met various other Prophets, taken to the lote tree of the utmost boundary and much more.
 
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