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معجزة الإسراء والمعراج :الإسراء بالنبي -صلى الله عليه وسلم- من المسجد الحرام في مكة المكرمة إلي المسجد الأقصى في فلسطين وبجسده الشريف في ليلة واحدة، كان حدثاً فريداً ومعجزة ربانية خَصَّ الله تعالي بها نبيه -صلى الله عليه وسلم-، حتي أن الله تعالي كَلّمَهُ من وراء حجاب دون واسطة بينهما... قال الله تعالي: (سُبْحَانَ الَّذِي أَسْرَى بِعَبْدِهِ لَيْلًا مِنَ الْمَسْجِدِ الْحَرَامِ إِلَى الْمَسْجِدِ الْأَقْصَى الَّذِي بَارَكْنَا حَوْلَهُ لِنُرِيَهُ مِنْ آَيَاتِنَا إِنَّهُ هُوَ السَّمِيعُ الْبَصِيرُ) ولندع سيدنا أنس ابن مالك -رضي الله عنه- يروي لنا المعجزة كما سمعها من النبي -صلى الله عليه وسلم- على هذا العنوان: معجزة الإسراء والمعراج.

فضَّلَ اللهُ مِصْرَ على سائر البلدان، كما فَضَّلَ بعض الناس على بعض والأيام والليالي بعضها على بعض، والفضلُ على ضربين: في دِينٍ أو دُنْيَا، أو فيهما جميعاً، وقد فَضَّلَ اللهُ مِصْرَ وشَهِدَ لها في كتابه بالكَرَمِ وعِظَم المَنزلة وذكرها باسمها وخَصَّهَا دُونَ غيرها، وكَرَّرَ ذِكْرَهَا، وأبَانَ فضلها في آياتٍ تُتْلَى من القرآن العظيم، تُنْبِئُ عن مِصرْ َوأحوالها، وأحوال الأنبياء بها، والأمم الخالية والمُلوك الماضية، والآيات البيِّنات، يشهد لها بذلك القرآنُ، وكفى به شهيداً، ومع ذلك رُوِيَ عن النبي -صلى الله عليه وسلم- في مِصْرَ وفي عَجَمِهَا خاصَّة وذِكْرِهِ لقرابتهِ ورحمهم ومباركته عليهم وعلى بلدهم وحَثِّهِ على بِرِّهِمْ ما لم يُرْو عنه في قوم من العَجَمِ غيرهم، وسنذكرُ ذلك إنٍ شاءَ اللهُ في موضعه مع ما خصَّها اللهُ به من الخِصْبِ والفضلِ وما أنزل فيها من البركات وأخرج منها من الأنبياء والعُلماء والحُكَمَاءِ والخواص والمُلوك والعجائب بما لم يخصص اللهُ به بلداً غيرها، ولا أرضاً سواها... للمزيد اقرأ: فضائل مصر المحروسة

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There was a report that Al-Akhnas ibn Shareeq came to Abu Jahl, Hishaam ibn Al-Mugheerah Al-Makhzoomi and asked him: "Abu Al-Hakam, what is your view about what you heard from Muhammad?"
   
Abu Jahl responded, "What did I hear from him? We and the children of `Abd Manaaf always vie for nobility. They fed the people and we did the same, they provided for the traveller and we did the same and they gave generously and we did the same.

And when we came to each other like two competing horses they then claimed to have a Prophet among them who received revelations from the heaven. But when are we going to attain that? By Allaah! We shall never believe in him!"
   
The Qurayshi's narrow-minded concept of Prophethood is very complex. This emanated from their traditions and flimsiness of their inclination that was mixed with empty clamour and utter superciliousness.

They did not realise that the Message, Prophethood and Da`wah of Muhammad, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, are guidance and mercy from Allaah to the entire mankind as well as mental and emotional liberation for humanity.
   
It is this complex ignorance that led some of the Qurayshi people to reject and wage war against this Message throughout the twenty three years of the Prophet's call to the Message of his Lord.
   
However, this opposition was defeated when Allaah permitted His Messenger, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, to conquer Makkah, purify the Ka`bah, and to destroy the idols and remove their impacts from peoples' hearts and minds. And Allaah has full power and control over His Affairs, but most of men know not.
   
The life of Zaynab, may Allaah be pleased with her, with her husband, Abu Al-`Aas was a clear manifestation of this struggle.
   
She was born ten years before her father was commissioned as a Prophet. She was first the issue of the Prophet's marriage to Khadeejah, may Allaah be pleased with her. So she belonged to the noblest parents in the world.

Her father, Muhammad ibn `Abdullaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, is the one Allaah Sent as a mercy to the mankind. He is the chief of the Prophets and the Seal of the Messengers.
   
Her mother, Khadeejah, may Allaah be pleased with her, is the leader of all females of human race. She was at the peak of lineage, nobility, virtue and knowledge. She was also married to the dearest of Allaah's creatures to Him.

Zaynab's growth   
She was born to a great Qurayshi scion with a noble and respectable of descent that has no equal in all Arabia. She was well received by an unparalleled, reputable and pure home because she was a product of a happy marriage that was based upon mutual love, sincere affection and great respect.
   
The honourable father, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, saw a gentle picture in his beloved wife who compensated him, through her abundant compassion and kindness, for all the hardship of orphanhood he suffered in his childhood.
   
Also, the great mother, Khadeejah, may Allaah be pleased with her, saw a living treasure in her dear husband who dazed her with his beautiful qualities. She therefore opened for him her heart that had been closed to other men because of an unpleasant previous marriage. She then embraced the life anew, full of hope and expectations.
   
Zaynab, may Allaah be pleased with her, in her first appearance at the house of Prophethood, was a sweet basil that exudes a nice fragrance and overwhelming splendour.
   
Like other children of noble Arabs, she was given to a wet nurse. And when she had had her share of that, the gracious house of her parents embraced her with great love and affection once again.
   
When she grew into an adolescent, her mother started training her on how to participate in shouldering domestic responsibilities. She tried to keep her away from childhood frivolities.
   
While she was still a young girl, Zaynab was, to her younger sister Faatimah, may Allaah be pleased with them, a great educator and a caring sister. She would take care of her affairs and play with her. This responsibility became greater after the death of their mother, Khadeejah, may Allaah be pleased with her.

Marriage proposal
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When Zaynab was old enough for marriage, her cousin (son of her maternal aunt), Abu Al-`Aas ibn Rabee` came forward, asking for her hand in marriage. He was very close to his aunt Khadeejah, may Allaah be pleased with her, who treated him like her own son and showed love and compassion to him.
   
Abu Al-`Aas has seen Zaynab each time he came to Khadeejah's, may Allaah be pleased with him, house and he was fascinated by her beauty, pleasant talk, tenderness and good nature.
   
Zaynab on her part was also comfortable with his presence and loved to listen to his speeches and his jokes. For, he was —despite his young age— one of the leading merchants, a wise reader who commanded the respect of the people and their elders.
   
That was how the two hearts opened to each other and the feeling of love and affection filled the hearts of both of them.
   
Abu Al-`Aas came forward and asked for Zaynab's hand in marriage. The Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, received him well and listened to him attentively but he requested that he be allowed to ask the concerned person.
   
The Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, visited his daughter Zaynab and told her, "Daughter, your cousin, Abu Al-`Aas ibn Rabee` is interested in you."
   
Zaynab kept quiet out of shyness, and she did not utter a word. Her face became red... but beatings of her pure heart and her shutting of her eyes were the best answer.
   
The Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, smiled and did not repeat the question. He then went back to Abu Al-`Aas and gave him a congratulatory handshake and supplicated for blessings.


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At matrimonial home
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At their matrimonial home, Zaynab and her husband, Abu Al-`Aas enjoyed an extreme happiness and mutual love.
   
Abu Al-`Aas, being a trader and a well-placed person among his people, travelled a lot. He would be away in Syria for days and nights making his wife suffer the agony of separation.

Zaynab as mother
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Zaynab, may Allaah be pleased with her, bore two children for Abu Al-`Aas, a boy named `Ali and a girl named Umamah. This brought the happiness of their household to perfection and the entire household was full of cheerfulness and delight. The two children were the Prophet's first grandchildren.
   
One day, when Abu Al-`Aas was on one of his journeys, a great event happened: The Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, was called to Prophethood and was commissioned to deliver a divine message. As did her mother and her sisters, she also followed her father and embraced Islam.
   
When her husband came back from his journey, she told him of what had happened while he was away. He also heard the same news from the people.

The separation
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Abu Al-`Aas told his beloved wife, Zaynab, "By Allaah, I have nothing against your father and nothing is dearer to me than following the same path with you, my dear. But I hate that people should say that I have disappointed my clan by disbelieving in the deities of my ancestors in order to please my wife. Can you please excuse me?" They then embraced each other.
   
Suddenly, they separated as if a barrier had been erected between them.
   
On that night, none of them slept. Neither did they sleep on subsequent nights. The atmosphere of their household was filled with anxiety, sorrow and caution. Their bliss had been turned to Hell.
   
It should be noted here that this decision of Abu Al-`Aas to follow the path of his people was a product of haughtiness of the time of ignorance that had prevailed over many others like him. This arrogance was caused by tribalism and utter superciliousness.

The persevering believer
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The disbelievers' persecution of the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, and the early Muslims became more severe.

So he, along with his followers and members of his family were isolated for many years in the alleys of Abu Taalib beside the valley of Abu Qubays. The Quraysh had blockaded them there and prevented anyone from helping them.
   
During this period, Zaynab was very sad and distressed. She would cry and cry and then resign her fate to Allaah hoping that He would one day provide a way out for them.
   
The Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, experienced much persecution at the hands of the polytheists, especially whenever he went to pray at the Ka`bah in the vicinity of the Sacred Mosque.
   
Those who persecuted the Muslims the most are a group known as `the deriders'. Their leader was the notorious Abu Jahl, `Amr ibn Hishaam, who, one day, said:
   
"O' Quraysh! Muhammad, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, had brought what you have seen of insulting your house, abusing your deities and disrespecting your ancestors. I am therefore making a covenant to Allaah that tomorrow, I will carry a heavy rock and when he prostrates in his prayer, I will crush his head with it. Then if you like you can surrender me to justice or protect me. And members of `Abd Manaaf clan should do whatever they like."
   
On the following day, the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, went to perform his prayers as usual and the Quraysh men were there in the vicinity of the Sacred Mosque waiting for what Abu Jahl would do.

When the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, prostrated, Abu Jahl carried the rock and headed for where the Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, was praying.

When he came close to him, he retreated in defeat and terror. The rock then dropped off his hands. Some men among the Quraysh went to him and asked him, "What's wrong with you, Abu Al-Hakam?!" He said: "I aimed at doing what I promised you to do, but when I moved close to him a large male camel accosted me.
By Allaah, I have not seen the like of it. It really wanted to eat me!"

When that was mentioned to the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, he said: "That was angel Gabriel. If he had moved closer he would have seized him."
   
After a while, Khadeejah, may Allaah be pleased with her, the loving mother died; and soon after, Abu Taalib, the Prophet's affectionate uncle died.
   
Then the Quraysh were overwhelmed by their ignorance and polytheism; and they mercilessly persecuted the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, and his followers. Zaynab's heart was severely pained by this new spate of persecution against her father and his companions.

Migration
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Zaynab woke up one morning to hear that the Quraysh were in pursuit of the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, who had left Makkah for Yathrib (Madeenah) as an emigrant. When she heard of his safe arrival there she was happy.

After some days, an envoy76 came from Yathrib and accompanied Zaynab's other two sisters, Umm Kulthoom and Faatimah, may Allaah be pleased with them, to Madeenah.

Zaynab remained in Makkah in her husband's house waiting for Allaah's decision concerning her situation.
76 His name is Zayd ibn Haarithah.

Day of Criterion
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Allaah Says (what means):
{They ask you concerning fighting in the Sacred Months [i.e. 1st, 7th, 11th and 12th months of the Islamic calendar]. Say, `Fighting therein is a great [transgression] but a greater [transgression] with Allaah is to prevent mankind from following the Way of Allaah, to disbelieve in Him, to prevent access to Al-Masjid-Al-Haraam [at Makkah], and to drive out its inhabitants, and Al-Fitnah is worse than killing ...} [Quran 2: 217]


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He, The Exalted, Almighty also Says (what means):
{Permission to fight [against disbelievers] is given to those [believers] who are fought against, because they have been wronged; and surely, Allaah is Able to give them [believers] victory. Those who have been expelled from their homes unjustly only because they said: `Our Lord is Allaah'...} [Quran 22: 39-40]
   
Before the Battle of Badr that took place on the 17th of Ramadhaan 2 A.H., there was a skirmish between a company of Muslim army under the leadership of `Abdullaah ibn Jahsh and a group of Quraysh polytheists. During this encounter, Waafid ibn `Abdullaah At-Tameemi shot Ibn Al-Hadrami with an arrow and killed him. The matter between the two sides almost led to a full-fledged war but the timely intervention of Majdi ibn `Amr prevented that.

So the two sides signed a truce.

Still yet, the Quraysh capitalized on this incidence and started spreading it among the tribes that Muhammad, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, was violating the sacredness of the holy months through blood shedding and stirring up the fire of war.
   
It is on account of the above that Allaah revealed His Saying (what means): {They ask you concerning fighting in the Sacred Months ...}

This was then followed by the permission to fight. Allaah Says (what means): {Permission to fight [against disbelievers] is given to those [believers] who are fought against, because they have been wronged.}
   
Then the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, was informed of the return of a Quraysh caravan from Syria under the leadership of Abu Sufiyaan carrying different kinds of wares.
   
The Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, called upon his companions to set out and accost the caravan telling them that perhaps Allaah would make them win it as booty.
   
They set out from Madeenah in a group of about three hundred men. They had with them no more than seventy camels which they rode in turn. They had only two horses, one of which belonged to Zubayr ibn Al-`Awwaam and the other belonged to Miqdaad ibn `Amr.
   
When they approached Badr —which was a small village that had palm trees and water— the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, realized that Abu Sufiyaan had known the Muslims' departure from Madeenah to accost him and his caravan. So he took another way that was nearer to the coast, thereby escaping with his caravan.
   
The Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, was also informed that Abu Sufiyaan had sent a message to the Quraysh, seeking reinforcement. He sent Damdam ibn `Amr to tell the Quraysh that Muhammad, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, and his companions had departed from Madeenah with the intention of prevailing over the caravan with all its wares and all its men.
   
When Damdam arrived at Makkah, he cried out from atop the mountain of Abud Qubays to the Quraysh that they should rescue their property before Muhammad, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, was able to prevail upon it. He screamed, "The caravan! The caravan! O' Quraysh!"
   
The whole of Quraysh rose up to the call of Abu Sufiyaan and rescued their wares. The fully-equipped reinforcement was led by Abu Jahl.
   
The Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, then consulted his companions concerning this new development. He wanted to know their views. They had come out in order to accost the caravan and prevail upon it and all that it carried of wealth. But now the situation had changed. They were now in front of a Quraysh legion that had up to one thousand fighters. What should they do?
   
The first minister and the most trusted adviser, Abu Bakr, may Allaah be pleased with him, was the first to talk and he talked appropriately. Then `Umar talked and did so excellently. Then Sa`d ibn Mu`aath, the Ansaari chief talked.

He said:
"Allaah's Messenger! We believed in you and accepted your word as the truth. We testified that what you brought is the truth, and it was upon that that we gave you our covenants and pledges. Proceed to do whatever is shown to you by Allaah. By Allaah, if you marched with us to the farthest place on the earth we would follow you, and no man from among us would stay behind. We exercise patience in war and we are sincere in our fight whenever we confront the enemy. Perhaps, Allaah will show to you in us what will make you happy."

Then Miqdaad talked and said:
"Messenger of Allaah! Carry on with whatever Allaah reveals to you. By Allaah, if you take us to this sea and you embarked on it, we shall definitely do so with you. By Allaah, we will not say what the children of Israel said to Moses, `You, and your Lord, go and fight. We shall remain here.' We will rather say, `Go, you and your Lord, and fight, we shall fight along with you."'


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The opinion and the war
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The Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, was pleased with what he heard.

So he continued his march along with the Muslims to Badr. They camped there waiting for the arrival of the Quraysh who had already been there before the Muslims.
   
Hubaab ibn Al-Mundhir then came and addressed the Prophet saying: "Messenger of Allaah! Was there any revelation from Allaah that commanded us to camp in this particular place and not to move elsewhere or is the matter subject to opinion, war and strategies?"

The Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, answered that the matter was subject to opinion, war and strategy.
   
Hubaab then said: "If that is the case, we should then move to another place where there is water so that we can be the ones who will be close to it, and we can drink and give drink to our animals while our enemies will not have that opportunity."
   
The Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, agreed with the opinion of Hubaab and did as he said. They then erected something like a pond around the water. Then they were ready to meet the expected enemy.

Abu AI-'Aas the captive!
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Abu Al-`Aas had set out in the company of Quraysh in their mobilization to protect their wares threatened by the Muslims. A fight ensued, the Muslims won and Abu Al-`Aas fell captive at the hands of Muslims.
   
When the captives were paraded before the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, he took Abu Al-`Aas aside and told those who were holding him, "Treat the captives well."
   
Zaynab was in an unenviable position. When it was time to ransom the captives, she wanted her husband to be returned to her, arousing by that the concern of her great father. She brought out from her clothes and jewelry box a necklace that used to be her mother's and which she presented to her as a gift on her wedding day. She gave this necklace to her husband's brother, `Amr ibn Rabee` so that he could present it as ransom for her husband. 
   
As soon as the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, saw that necklace, he had a feeling of extreme compassion and his heart palpitated for the great memory.
   
The companions who were present there gazed in amazement having being captivated by the magnificence of the situation.
   
After a long silence, the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, addressed his companions, who were holding Zaynab's husband, "If you can release her captive to her and return her property (the necklace) to her, do so."

They all said: "Yes, we will do so, Messenger of Allaah!"

The separation
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But the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, requested Abu Al-`Aas to send Zaynab to him because Islam had already separated between them. And he swore a pledge that he would do so.
   
Abu Al-`Aas returned to Makkah, and his wife was very happy to have him back. But sorrow and distress could be seen all over his face.
   
He told his wife, "Zaynab, I come here to bid you farewell." And he told her of the pledge he had sworn to his father that he would sent her to him.
   
Zaynab reluctantly departed Makkah and bade Abu Al-`Aas an emotional farewell. He told her, "Zaynab, whatever happens, I shall always love you as long as I live. Your ghost shall forever continue to fill this house that had witnessed the sweetest and the most pleasant days of our life."

Zaynab wiped off her flowing tears and went away.
   
The Quraysh accosted her on her way out and returned her back to Makkah. She was terrified by what had happened. And she was pregnant.

So she started bleeding until this led her to miscarry. Abu Al-`Aas gave her protection in his house and took care of her until she regained some of her health and strength.
   
One day, he seized upon Quraysh's inattention and sent her out of Makkah in the company of his brother Kinaanah until she was safely brought to the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam.
   
Kinaanah returned to Makkah reciting poetic verses whose meaning is as follows:
"I wonder how Habbaar and some riffraff of his people, wanting to prevent me from guarding Muhammad's daughter.

I do not mind their multitude as long as I live and I could have my hand on my sword."

Captive once again!
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Abu Al-`Aas travelled to Syria with a Quraysh caravan. When information reached the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, that the caravan was on its way back from Syria, he sent Zayd ibn Haarithah, in the company of one hundred and seventy riders to accost it. They met the caravan at a place called `Ees, on Jumaadah Al-Oola, year 6 A.H.

They prevailed upon it and returned to Madeenah taking those who were guarding the caravan as captives.
   
As for Abu Al-`Aas, he was able to escape, seeking refuge in the house of his former wife, Zaynab who gave him refuge. It was in the night.
   
When the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, finished the Fajr prayer, Zaynab stood up and called out interceding on behalf of her former husband: "I have given protection to Abu Al-`Aas ibn Rabee`!"

The Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, said: "O' people, did you hear what I have just heard?" The people answered in the affirmative. He then said: "I swear by Him in Whose Hand is my life, I knew nothing of this matter until I heard what you have also heard now." And he added: "The Muslims are like one hand against those who are outside their community and the lowest of the Muslims is entitled to give protection on behalf of the rest of his co-Muslims. So we give protection to she had given protection."
   
When the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, returned home, his daughter Zaynab came to him and requested that Abu Al-`Aas should be given back what was taken from him. He agreed but warned her that she should not allow him have any marital intercourse with her because she was not lawful for him as long as he was still a polytheist.


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How did he escape to Zaynab?
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After those who were with him have been either killed or captured, Abu Al-`Aas could no longer face the situation. He used the cover of the night to escape unto what looked like a bush of heavily-branched trees and hid there.

He remained motionless and even tried to hold his breath so that dogs would not hear him. He stayed there in a chilling cold, fearing what might be his fate. While he was there, his disturbed heart was longing for the beloved Zaynab; Zaynab without whom he had knew no happiness, security or peace of mind.
   
He thought of what to do after a part of the night had gone. The Muslims who had attacked him, killed his companions and prevailed over their property had left the place after giving up the hope of finding him.
   
What should he do now? Should he come out of his hiding place and head for Makkah alone with no provision and animal to ride on? Or should he go to the house of Zaynab, the beloved and dutiful former wife who would never refuse to give him shelter and protection?
   
He was overwhelmed by love and sincere feelings. So he sneaked to her house under the cover of the night and knocked at her door.

The throbbing of his disturbed heart could be heard louder than his knocking of the door.

Zaynab woke up in fear wondering about who could be knocking at her door at this hour of the night. She asked to know who was at the door and the voice was a recognised one: It was humming, fearful and shaking voice of Abu A-`Aas!

She opened the door and met her beloved husband!!!
   
But in this meeting, it were the eyes that talked rather than the tongues; it were the hearts that shook one another rather than the hands and it were the souls that embraced one another rather than the bodies. And the eyes shed plentiful tears.
   
Zaynab brought Abu Al-`Aas in, fed him, offered him a seat and gave him all that could make him comfortable and relaxed. In spite of having regained some peace of mind, Abu Al-`Aas was still anxious and afraid, and he could utter only few words.
   
Zaynab knew that he had come to seek her protection and shelter and to intercede with her father on his behalf. She assured him that, if Allaah willed, she would do what would alleviate his sufferings and doubts.

Dear readers, we should not miss a commentary on this incidence.
   
When Abu Al-`Aas felt that he could attain security in Madeenah and that the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, had provided refuge and shelter to him, and he experienced the quality of magnanimity and truthfulness that Islam possessed, he realised that the blind state of ignorance in which he was living had misled for a long time.
   
He also realised that Zaynab's love for him and his love for her was firm-rooted in the hearts of both of them.
   
When he realised all this, he wanted to enter into the fold of this pure religion willingly, not out of coercion. He wanted to proclaim his acceptance of Islam, but...   
   
It was over this `but' that Abu Al-`Aas pondered a little. His Arab gallantry and tribal pride swirled up in him. So he confided it to himself that he would not allow his proclamation of Islam to be attributed to any influence or pressure. He would not want anyone in Makkah to claim that he accepted Islam for the love of this life and fear of death or anything.
   
He resolved to proclaim his Islam in the assemblies of Makkah and in front of all and sundry.
   
There was other issue that attracted his concern: He had properties of people in his trust. If he remained in Madeenah and announced his Islam there, people would say that he wanted to escape from giving the trusts to whom they were due. And this is what his sense of honour would not permit.
   
Therefore, he returned to Makkah, returned the trusts to whom they were due and then proclaimed his Islam in the assembly of Quraysh and in the presence of many people. 


He did so in a dignified and honoured manner. After that, he went to Madeenah as a Muslim and an immigrant.
   
Upon his arrival at Madeenah, the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, gave back Zaynab to him. The happy reunion took place and the marriage contract was completed anew. The happiness and prosperity with which the house was known before then returned.

The final separation
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For a whole year afterwards, the two loving couples lived in Madeenah in happiness and contentment. Then came the eternal separation after which there is no reunion except in the abode of the Hereafter. Zaynab died at the beginning of the 5a' year of Hijrah from complications of hemorrhage which she had been suffering from since her migration.
   
Abu Al-`Aas shed hot tears because of her death and drove those who were around him to tears.
   
The Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, came with eyes, full of tears and a heart full of sorrow. Zaynab's death reminded him of the death of his wife, Khadeejah , may Allaah be pleased with her.
   
He told the women, who gathered around Zaynab's corpse, "Wash her three times and use the camphor in the third wash."
   
He performed funeral prayers on her and followed her final resting place.
   
Abu Al-`Aas returned to his children, `Ali and Umamah kissing them and wetting them with his tears and remembering the face of his departed darling.
   
May Allaah be pleased with Zaynab, the Prophet's daughter! May He reward her with Paradise for her patience, endurance and struggle!


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