Kamis, 16 September 2010

Isra and Mi'raj

Isra Mi `raj (Arabic: الإسراء والمعراج, al-'Isrā 'wal-Mi'rāğ) are the two parts of a journey undertaken by Muhammad in a single night. This incident is one important event for Muslims, because at these events of the Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam had orders to perform prayers five times a day and night.

Ascension Isra occurred in the final period of prophethood in Mecca before the Prophet sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam hijra to Medina. According to al-Mawdudi [1] and the majority of scholars, [2] Isra Mi `raj occurred in the first year before the Hijrah, ie between the years 620-621 AD According to al-Allama al-Manshurfuri, Isra Mi `raj happened on the night of 27 Rajab 10th year of prophethood, and this is popular. However, Shaykh al-Mubarakfuri Shafiyurrahman [three] refused on the grounds for the opinion quoted Riders Khadija died during Ramadan 10th year of prophethood, that is two months after month of Rajab. And then there is no obligation prayers five times a day. Al-Mubarakfuri mentions six opinions about the timing of Isra Mi `raj. But no one is certain. Thus, it is unknown exactly when the date of Isra Mi `raj.

Events Isra Mi `raj is divided into two different events. In Isra, the Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam "dispatched" by Allah from the Holy Mosque to the Aqsa Mosque. Then in the Ascension of the Prophet Muhammad to be raised to the sky Sidratul Muntaha which is the highest place. Here he received orders directly from God Almighty to perform prayers five times a day.

For Muslims, this event is an event that valuable, because when this is required to pray five times a day, and no other prophet who got up to Sidratul Muntaha trip like this. Even so, this event is also said to contain various kinds of things that make Rasullullah SAW sad.

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