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Memorial Monument of Isra Mi'raj

Memorial Monument of Isra Mi'raj. A massive event occurred on 27 Rajab, a year before Muslims emigrated from Makkah to Medina. The most extraordinary event and beyond the limits of the material nature of the Prophet Muhammad is known as the Isra Mi'raj.

Glory be to Him Who made His servant to go on a night from the Sacred Mosque to the remote mosque of which We have blessed the precincts, so that We may show to him some of Our signs; surely He is the Hearing, the Seeing. (Al-Isra: 1)

The historic journey begins near the Kaaba. By using buraq, the Prophet Muhammad was accompanied by Gabriel to go to Baitul Maqdis. Upon arrival, the buraq is then moored. The Prophet Muhammad entered the al-Aqsa Mosque and performed the two-rak'ah prayers followed by the previous prophets.

After that, the Prophet Muhammad and Jibril darted towards Sidratulmuntaha. Rasulullah SAW left Jibril and departed for Mustawa to meet God, the ruler of the universe. In that glorious place, the Prophet Muhammad received the command to perform the prayers (salat).

After that, the Prophet Muhammad and Jibril darted towards Sidratulmuntaha. Rasulullah SAW left Jibril and departed for Mustawa to meet God, the ruler of the universe. In the place of Maha Mulia, the Prophet Muhammad received the command to perform the prayer service.

When the Ottoman Empire controlled Jerusalem - the third holy city of Islam - a governor of the region named Mohammed Bey founded a monument in 1538 AD The monument is a dome-shaped nine meters to the west of the Dome of the Rock Mosque.

The monument is known as the Dome of the Prophet. In addition, the dome is also known as Maqam al-Nabi, Qubbat Jibril, Qubbat al-Mihrab, and Mihrab al-Nabi. In the vicinity or courtyard of the Dome of the Rock Mosque, there are three historic monuments built in the form of small domes, namely the Dome of the Prophet, the Yusuf Dome, and the Dome of Yusuf Agha.

According to the Archnet page, the Dome of the Prophet was built when the Ottoman Caliphate, led by Sultan Sulaiman I, reigned from 1520-1566 AD The dimensionless dome was renovated or renovated on the orders of Governor Farruk Bey in 1620. The restoration of the monument was completed in the era of Sultan Sulaiman II , reigned in 1687-1691 AD

The current Prophet's dome is a new form after being restored. Further additions were made to the dome in 1845. The Ottoman rulers believed that the land beneath it became the place where Prophet Muhammad SAW set foot on before performing Mi'raj.

Some Muslim authors, notably al-Suyuti, believe it was there that the Messenger of Allah led prayers before prophets and angels on that historic night. From above the place, the Prophet Muhammad darted alongside Jibril to Sidratulmuntaha and finally received the five-hour prayer commands.

Based on documents, in particular, the Ottoman Turks maintained the Dome of the Prophet. One of them is by supplying oil supplies to illuminate the Prophet's Dome at night. And of course, during the Ottoman Ottoman period, the entire cost of the Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock was borne by the Caliph.

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