Isra’ & Mi’raj – The Night Sky

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بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيم

In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful

Definition of The Night Sky

Al Mi’raj: The ascension from Baitul Maqdis to the Sidratul Muntaha

The second part of the journey brings Prophet Muhammad’s ascension to the heavens with Jibril a.s. During the ascension, he met and exchanged greetings of peace with many other Prophets before him in various heavenly spheres. 

He met Prophet Adam a.s, followed by Prophets Yahya a.s and Prophet Isa a.s, and then with Prophet Yusuf a.s, Prophet Idris a.s, Prophet Harun a.s, Prophet Musa a.s, and lastly, Prophet Ibrahim a.s. 

When he finally reached the highest level in the heavens, he was brought into the Divine Presence of the Almighty Allah s.w.t, alone at Sidratul Muntaha (a boundary beyond which none may pass). It is said to be the boundary that has never been passed by anyone except by Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. Here, Rasulullah s.a.w. was given the Divine Decree for the believers to establish daily prayers.

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Upon returning from the Sidaratul Muntaha, Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. encountered Prophet Musa a.s. In the tradition, it was described that Prophet Musa a.s told our beloved Prophet Muhammad s.a.w that the commandment could perhaps be too heavy for his people to follow. Understanding this, our beloved Prophet Muhammad s.a.w kept returning to Allah, The Most Merciful for a lesser number of obligatory prayers for his people. Our Prophet s.a.w is full of love and care for his followers, and this feeling was bestowed to him by Allah s.w.t. Eventually, the number of compulsory prayers were reduced to five. Upon being given that by Allah s.w.t, Rasulullah s.a.w did not wish to continue asking for more and from then, the practice of five daily prayers was established. 

Today, Muslims pray to Allah s.w.t. five times daily, from across the globe, from mosques to houses and many places where prayers can be observed. After all, for Muslims, the earth is where we prostrate, and whenever we prostate that is the ‘masjid’ for us.

As told in the holy Quran, Mikraj is a journey of Muhammad to Sidratul Muntaha, at which he received the command of Allah to perform prayers during the day and night. Initially, the call for prayers was set to as many as 50 times per day, however, the Prophet solicited the order to be reduced to five times a day as it is today.

In conclusion, even though the event of Israk Mikraj is absolutely unimaginable and beyond our ability to visualize, all believers holding the faith to Allah SWT must be convinced with the event without any doubts. That’s because surely only Allah SWT knows everything in His power. What needs to be seeded in the heart is our belief towards Him and that we are required to be in a state of belief by performing daily prayers five times a day to prove our faith to Him.

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  •  Material: Premium Satin
  •  Finishing: Baby Hem
  •  Label: Normal
  •  Size: 45 inch x 45 inch
  • Comes with a Premium Omera Scarf Box, Thank you Card

 

Wash & Care:

  • Hand wash is advisable
  • Do not soak

 

Opacity Level: 5

Level 1: Totally see-through that needs an inner to cover the neck.

Level 2: See-through that might need an inner to cover the neck depending on the color.

Level 3: Semi see-through that needs a double layer to cover the neck.

Level 4: Almost opaque and does not need a double layer to cover the neck.

Level 5: Totally opaque.

 

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Isra' & Mi'raj - The Night Sky

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1 review for Isra’ & Mi’raj – The Night Sky

  1. Azyan from Singapore (verified owner)

    I love their heartfelt message in the cards and what you stand up for. Thank you for giving your heart and soul into this project. I can almost feel the deep connection and solemnness that you put into this. Barakallahu feekum. May Allah bless you with blessed great ideas, بلطف وعافية aameen

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