Al Isra'a Wal Mi'raj
is an Islamic holiday, which is observed annually on the 27th day of the Islamic month of Rajab, according to the Hijri calendar.
Director General of Anti-corruption, Economic, and Electronic Security, Brigadier Bassam Al Mi'raj
and representatives of participating bodies and sponsors were present.
Yes, Skepticism in Isra and Mi'raj
(Mohamed's journey from Mecca to Jerusalem and his ascension to the seventh heaven) and in Jerusalem's significance to Muslims is coming from inside.
As the hallowed site of Isra and Mi'raj
and the place of many Prophets (AS) of the Qur'an who walked and lived there, the world Muslim community can never abandon its heritage nor can they renounce their rights to it.
The event of Isra' and Mi'raj
is mentioned in the Qur'an, in the first verse of Chapter 17, entitled 'The Children of Israel.
According to the statement by STR, performance was helped by the Isra and Mi'raj
holiday, which boosted Thursday, May 5 occupancy to 95.
RTA has also announced the business hours of all transport-related services in Dubai during the Isra & Mi'raj
23) He did this in carefully staged acts of damage control, of which the following--which took place while he was running for president--is an example: (24) At the end of June 2013, during the celebration of the ascension day of the Prophet Muhammad and the beginning of the fasting month (Isra' Mi'raj
and Tahrib Ramadan), Aburizal Bakrie explained to the employees of Bakrie Metal Industries that the Bakrie Brothers have never been obliged to pay compensation to the mudflow victims, simply because they cannot be blamed for the natural disaster--a fact that has been agreed twice by the Supreme Court.
The most awe-inspiring image of an episode from the life of the Prophet is undoubtedly a famous illustration dating from 1436, portraying his visit to the Seventh Heaven during his Mi'raj
Mushabak sweets are normally made on the night of Rajab 27, the night of Mi'raj
(Ascension) and Isra' (Night Journey).
The Malay Hikayat Mi'raj
Nabi Muhammad: The Prophet Muhammad's Nocturnal Journey to Heaven and Hell: Text and Translation of Cod.
On the Islamic calendar, Lailat al Miraj (also known as Isra and Mi'raj
, Al Isra'wal Miraj or Laylat al Miraj) is generally observed on the 27th day of the month of Rajab.