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The Immigration
Book 13
(Scene: 1)
The Prophet (Peace be upon him) began to call upon the various Arab tribes and invite them to Islam. He said to one of the tribes, “Surely, I am the messenger of Allah to you. I advise you to worship Him alone and not to associate anything with Him”. Abu-Lahab, a cross-eyed man with two braids, shouted, “He is a liar, do not believe him”.

The Prophet (Peace be upon him) walked away towards another tribe and started saying, “O people, say there is no Lord worthy of worship except Allah, and you will attain success.” Then Abu-Lahab started throwing dust on the Prophet (Peace be upon him), saying, “Do not believe him. Verily, He wants you to stop worshipping your idols.” The Prophet continued passing by tribes inviting them to Islam, asking them to protect his life so that he could deliver the message of Allah. The tribes kept away from him, saying, “If he was calling for something good, his own people would not have left him.”

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The Arabs in Yathrib were composed of two tribes, Aws and Al-Khazraj. Both used to worship idols, while their Jewish neighbors, who were the minority, worshipped Allah. Whenever a fight would break out between them and the Arabs, they would threaten the Arabs saying, “Surely, Allah would send a messenger soon, whom we would follow and hence defeat you.” Whenever the Arabs of Yathrib heard this from the Jews, they knew that Allah would send a messenger to guide the people. During one of the Hajj seasons, it happened that some of the Arabs of Yathrib went to Makkah. The Prophet (Peace be upon him) met them and asked, “Who are you?” They replied, “We are some people from the tribe of Al-Khazraj.” He asked, “Are you leaders from the Jews?” “Yes” they replied.

He asked them, “Would you be seated so I can talk with you?” They sat with him and he invited them to Islam. After he recited some verses from the Qur’an, they said to each other, “O People, By Allah this is the messenger the Jews promised you, so let them not precede you by accepting his message.” They embraced Islam and agreed upon the place and time to meet him next year.

(Scene: 3)
These men returned to Yathrib, after meeting the Prophet (Peace be upon him) and declaring their Islam. They began to invite their people to Islam until it spread among them. There was not a household left from the Arabs of Yathrib where you would not find the news of the Prophet (Peace be upon him). Time passed by and the season for Hajj came. Twelve honorable men from them went out to Makkah and met the Prophet (Peace be upon him). They promised allegiance not to associate any god with Allah, not to steal, not to commit adultery, and not to kill their children.

After Hajj, the men went back to Yathrib. The Prophet sent Musab Ibn-Umair to teach them Islam, Qur’an, and the various aspects of their religion. Another year passed and it was another season for Hajj. The Muslims went out from Yathrib to Makkah for Hajj. They agreed upon a place and time to meet the Prophet (Peace be upon him). This was to be at night time, after performing the Hajj rituals. When the night gradually started to spread in peace and stillness, they went out one after the other where they promised to meet the Prophet (Peace be upon him), until they where about 70 men. The Prophet (Peace be upon him) came to them with his uncle, Al-Abbas Ibnul-Muttaleb. Al-Abbas said, “As you know, Muhammad is from us, he is honored among his people, but he insisted on joining you. You have to live up to the responsibility that you are now carrying. If you see that you are going to hand him over and then let him down after what he did for you, then leave him now.”

They said, “We heard what you said, so speak O’ Prophet of Allah and ask for yourself and Allah whatever you like.” The Prophet (Peace be upon him) said, “I ask from you an oath and a covenant to protect me from what you protect your own wives and children.” The Prophet (Peace be upon him) extended his hand and the Ansar (supporters) gave him a covenant to protect him if he immigrated to their land.

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Islam spread in Yathrib while persecution was continuing in Makkah, where Quraysh used to harm the Muslims. The Prophet gathered those who believed in him and told them, “Allah has indicated for you a place for shelter where you can be safe.” He commanded his companions to go out to Yathrib. The Muslims continued to leave their homes, fleeing with their religion. The Prophet (Peace be upon him) waited for Allah’s permission for his emigration. Abu-Bakr came to him asking for permission to leave to Yathrib. The Prophet told him not to be hasty and to wait, for Allah might provide him with a companion that would join him in his journey. All Muslims had immigrated; none were left except the Prophet (Peace be upon him), Abu-Bakr, Ali Ibn Abu-Taleb and the weak Muslims, who were prevented from emigrating by their masters.

The leaders of Quraysh came to know about the migration of the companions of the Prophet and felt angry. They feared that the Prophet (Peace be upon him) might go and join his companions. Then, after they grew stronger, he might come back to fight them.

Therefore, they decided amongst themselves to take a young man from each tribe and give him a sword. Then, those young men would go to the Prophet and hit him all at once; a single blow that would kill him. The blame of shedding his blood would then be scattered among all of the tribes. They were afraid that if one person killed him, the Prophet’s tribe and his family would fight the tribe of the killer, as it was the custom of the Arabs to take revenge from both the killer and his tribe. They agreed to kill the Prophet during the nighttime. However, Allah protected his messenger. He sent to him Jibril to tell him not to spend this night in his bed.

When nighttime came, Abu-Jahl and the men who conspired to kill the Prophet (Peace be upon him) all gathered around the Prophet’s house. When the Prophet (Peace be upon him) felt their presence, he told Ali, “Sleep in my bed, for no harm will reach you from them.” Ali slept in the bed of the Prophet. The leaders of Quraysh occasionally glimpsed in and each time, saw Ali sleeping in the bed. They thought that it was the Prophet (Peace be upon him) who was sleeping there. The Prophet (Peace be upon him) opened the door and walked out. Allah made his enemies blind. The Prophet (Peace be upon him) placed dust on their heads and went over to the house of Abu-Bakr.

A man then came and saw the men that were waiting to kill the Prophet (Peace be upon him). He asked them, “What are you waiting here for?” They replied, “We are waiting for Muhammad”. He then told them, “You imbeciles, Muhammad already went out and he did not leave a man among you except that he placed dust on his head. Do you not see what happened to you?”

Everyone among them placed his hand over his hair to find dust all over his head. They looked and saw Ali sleeping on the bed so they said, “By Allah, this is Muhammad sleeping.” They kept waiting until the next morning. Ali then came out of the Prophet’s house towards them. They became very angry, and then went out to search for the Prophet (Peace be upon him).

(Scene: 5)
The Prophet and Abu-Bakr set out together to immigration to Yathrib. Before they had gone, Abu-Bakr had commanded his son, Abdullah, to listen to what the people had been saying about them during the daytime. Then, by nighttime, he would come back and inform them about the news he had gathered during the day. Abu-Bakr also commanded his servant to take care of his sheep in the daytime. When it was nighttime, he would leave them at Mount Thur.

The Prophet (Peace be upon him) and Abu-Bakr hid in a cave in mount Thur. When nighttime came, Abdullah would come and inform them about what the people did after they had left. Abu-Bakr would go out to the sheep, which his servant had left, and milk them. He would give the Prophet (Peace be upon him) milk to drink and then drink after him.

Quraysh went on searching for the Prophet (Peace be upon him) and his friend. They tracked their footsteps and followed their footprints until they had reached the cave. When they reached the cave in mount Thur, they saw a huge cobweb on its entrance. They said, “If anyone had entered this cave, the cobweb would not be there.” Abu-Bakr heard the voices of people and whispered to the Prophet, “Those are your people seeking you”.

The Prophet (Peace be upon him) replied back, “O’ Abu-Bakr, do not fear for Allah is with us”. Three days passed and the Prophet and Abu-Bakr remained in the cave. When the search efforts of the people ceased, the Prophet (Peace be upon him), Abu-Bakr, and their guide whom they had hired rode their camels towards Yathrib through a path unknown to the people.

(Scene: 6)
The leaders of Quraysh announced a big prize for the one who would kill or capture Muhammad. Surrakah Ibn-Malik was so insistent on winning this prize. He rode his horse and took his spear and started running in the directions that the Prophet, his companion, and guide rode towards Yathrib. When he came very close to them, he fell off his horse. He then stood up, mounted his horse and started chasing them again. However, his horse sank into the sand and he again, fell off.

He climbed back onto his horse and started running once more after the Prophet. He fell one more time. He shouted asking for help, as it was clear to him that this truly was the Prophet, and Allah will give him victory. He approached the Prophet (Peace be upon him) and asked him to write him a safety pledge. The Prophet (Peace be upon him) commanded the guide to write him the pledge. Surakah then returned to Makkah, and whenever he would meet anyone seeking the Prophet (Peace be upon him), he would turn him away from the path of the Prophet. The Prophet (Peace be upon him) continued his trip to Yathrib to spread the religion of Allah and spread it in the whole earth.

“They want to extinguish the light of Allah with their mouths, But Allah rejects but to spread his light even if the disbelievers hate it” (TMQ, Surat As-Saff:8)15.


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