The four pedestrian tunnels opened by the Madinah Development Authority will help visitors and residents of neighboring districts to reach the Prophet’s Mosque easily and comfortably, said a senior official at the authority while speaking to Okaz/Saudi Gazette.
al-Arqam ibn Abil-Arqam made preparations to travel to Bayt al-Maqdis (al-Masjid al-Aqsaa, Jerusalem)…
The fuqahaa of Madeenah [were]: Sa’eed ibn al-Musayyib, ‘Abdul-Malik [ibn Marwaan], ‘Urwah [ibn Udhaynah], and Qubaysah ibn Dhu’ayb.
How was the reception for the Messenger ﷺ when he migrated from Makkah to Madeenah? And who were the ones who accompanied the Messenger ﷺ [on this journey]?
On 30 Jumada Thani 1414, when asked about the will within which the deceased requested burial in Madeenah, Shaykh Ibn Baaz said: This is not befitting; Whenever anyone dies, he is to be buried in the town in which he dies.
Seize opportunity to study at [Madeenah] University, and don’t give anything precedence over it, even if it is jihaad.
I went out with my father and we came to Madeenah. Maalik ibn Anas then sent us a plate of fresh dates. So he (my father) then placed 1,000 deenaars and returned it (the plate) to him.
I have not seen anyone resemble the prayer, guidance, concentration or dress of the Messenger of Allaah ﷺ more than this man.