Ramadan’s most remarkable events

  • The Torah was bestowed on Prophet Moses
  • The Bible was bestowed on Prophet Essa
  • The Qura’an was bestowed on Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) in the last ten days of Ramadan
  • The death of Alsayeda Khadija ( The first wife of Prophet Mohammed PBUH)
  • The death of Alsayeda Aisha ( The wife of Prophet Mohammed PBUH)
  • The death of Fatema ( Prophet Mohammed’s PBUH daughter)
  • The death of Ali Ibn Abi Talib
  • The birth of Al Hassan Ibn Ali Ibn Abu Talib
  • The Battle of Badr was won by the Muslims
  • Amr Ibn Al Aas’ Mosque was built
  • Muslims took over Mecca
  • Muslims took over Al Andalus (Spain)

12 Responses to “Ramadan’s most remarkable events”

  1. Hope you having a good ramadaan. Nice posts:)

    • Yes I am alhamdulah, I hope you’re having a good Ramadan too 🙂
      I dont want it to end really 🙂

      thank you
      May Allah accept your prayers and fasting.

  2. Salam,
    all are history, but still one thing you left which was history,currently happening and will happen till doomsday ,the most amazing event “Lailathul Qadar” .

    May Allah(swt) reward you for your deeni activitiess . Ameen.

    • walaykom asalam warahmto Allaho wabarkatoho

      Thank you for this beautiful information 🙂
      May Allah accept your prayers and fasting Ameen.

  3. Mashallah, what a lovely blog 🙂

    feel free to check my blog: http://zinahns.blogspot.com

    Ramadan Kareem

  4. Sara Muhammad Says:

    Lovely posts dear

    Ramadan Kareem

  5. Salaam alaikum dear darling, just dropped by to say Eid mubarak. Have a wonderful time:)

    • walaykom al salam my sweet sister 🙂
      Eid mubarak and I wish you joy and happiness in these beautiful days o Eid.
      Enjoy 🙂

  6. Aslk, great site love your posts, thanks and jzk for this post Ididn’t all these events happened in Ramadan. keep blogging and spreading the message of peace.

    • salam alykom Misha,

      Thank you so much for your nice words.

      May Allah protect you Ameen.
      Inshallah I will keep on blogging, for Allah and for all these people in the world.

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