FourFourTWO is back with the fourth in a series of ‘holy quds’ which cover a range of topics from the ‘Islamic’ to the ‘unbelievable’.
Here’s the latest in the holy quds:The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was born into a household of ‘sons of believers’.
This meant his family included at least five generations of Muslims, and his wife and children were all devout Muslims.
His son, Muhammad ibn al-Husayn (pbukh), who was a pious Muslim, became the first Caliph of Medina, and became the ruler of a unified Muslim world after his death in 632 AD.
His reign was marked by many important changes in Islam, including the advent of Christianity, which brought about a revival of the faith in the Muslim world.
Despite the resurgence of the Muslim faith in Islam’s northern lands, there was also a decline in religious fervour in the Arabian Peninsula.
In the early 14th century, the Ottoman Empire took over the territory from the Hijaz.
The Hijazi were a group of Muslims who had migrated from the Arabian peninsula to Turkey.
The Ottoman Empire was divided into three parts, the Eastern, Western and Central.
In 1399, the Ottomans were defeated by the Turkish army, and the Islamic State took control of parts of the Arabian country, including Medina.
It’s not known exactly how many Muslims died in the Islamic state, but the majority were executed.
However, a few, such as the Ottoman historian Ali bin Abd al-Wahhab, were released into the public and converted to Christianity.
The ‘quds’ cover a wide range of issues, from the origins of the word ‘quada’ to Muhammad’s relationship with the Prophet (pbu).