Yathrib


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Yathrib

(ˈjæθrɪb)
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(Placename) the ancient Arabic name for Medina
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On the other hand, units of Samarra Operations Command continue to ensure the return of displaced persons to their areas in Yathrib and Albu Hishmea and eastern Hedhera through the removal of all difficulties by the committee formed and under the direct supervision of the Commander of Samarra Operations, Major General Imad Zuhairi.
Take a look at the strategy adopted by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in the founding of his pristine state in Yathrib (present-day Medina).
For his part, Al-Mulla honored Al-Seif and handed him a painting by artist Yathrib Al-Sadeer, director of the art committee.
Earlier on the day, an army soldier was killed, while three others were wounded as ISIL militants attacked a joint checkpoint for army and PMF in Yathrib region, south of Salahuddin.
A minority Muslim community migrated to Yathrib (or MedinahulNabi) city-state creating a space for the propagation and practice of Islam in Yathrib.
He further said when Holy Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) migrated to Yathrib (Madina), he gave Hazrat Ali (RA) the people's trusts to be returned to their owners.
Teacher Bader Sameer from Riffa Secondary Boys School and teacher Hanan Marhoun from Yathrib Intermediate Girls School won in the category of excellent teachers.
As Muslims began slipping out of Mecca and heading north to safety, the people of Yathrib were drawn to the charismatic figure of Muhammad.
In the Charter of Medina -- an agreement drafted by Prophet Muhammad as a formal agreement between him and all of the significant tribes and families of Yathrib (later known as Medina), including Muslims, Jews and pagans -- our prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, introduced the principles of "not affording protection to criminals" regardless of their tribes.
These expressions of Muslim cosmopolitanism emerge from the interweaving of geographical movement and being rooted (both inherent aspects of Islam), remembered in the first migration of Muslims from the city of Mecca to Yathrib, what was to become Medina, the radiant city, in 622 CE.
They are mirrored in Muhammad's struggle with his opponents in Mecca and his eventual emigration to Yathrib (Medina).
According to PPC, Israeli forces recently detained Hanan al-Shalabi and Ala' Bani Odeh from Tulkarm and Tubas after releasing two female detainees; 16-year-old Yathrib Rayyan and Fida' Suleiman.