Hijra and its Consequences

Hijra Hijra is the event that Meccan Muslims emigrated to Medina between July and September in 622. Upon receiving permission from the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), the companions emigrated to Medina in groups. Amir bin Rabia and his wife Layla bint Hamsa are the first ones setting out for Hijra. The only purpose of the Prophet (PBUH) and his companions, who had to leave the territories where they were born and grew up, was to go to a city where they could practice and spread Islam better. The Way to Hijra…

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