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What is hijra?

There are two very different words you might be referring to. Hijra is a word used in South Asia to denote a person whowas designated male at birth, but who adopts a femini (MORE)
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Why is hijra important?

Hijra is important for many reasons , the Hijra to Medina make a country for Muslims , that make the prophet free to make his dawa and make Muslims free to do or practice thei (MORE)
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What are facts about hijra?

i only know ~it is a Muslim building used for worship ~the people who have the religion of Islam face it which is in the city of mecca this is all i Know ^ That is w (MORE)
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What was Muhammad's Hijra?

Answer His flight from Mecca. Ten years after Muhammad began his mission, his followers were still a minority in Mecca - being terribly oppressed by the ruling tribe there. (MORE)
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What does After Hijra mean?

After Hijra refers to the amount of years after the Hijra, or migration of Muhammad (S) from Mecca to Madinah. For example, 1432 After Hijra (AH) refers to 1432 years after th (MORE)
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What is the significance of event of hijra?

Being suppressed by the Meccan idolaters, and mostly by the ruling Quraish leaders, Muhammad and his new followers known as Muslims, made a journey to a southern town then kno (MORE)
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What is meant by the Hijra?

Hijra is an Arabic word that means Migration or immigration. It refers to the Migration of prophet Muhammad (peace upon him) from Mecca city to Medina (currently, both in king (MORE)
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What is the hijra and when did it occur?

Hijra is the migration of prophet Muhammad (PBUH) from Mecca (Makkah) to Yethrib (called later Medina or Madinah) per God (Allah in Arabic) command to him when informed by God (MORE)
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What is his Hijra?

The holy prophet (peace be upon him) migrate to madina in 622 A.D.He was accompanied by his faithful friend hazrat abu bakar(RZ).
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What was muhammads hijra?

Hijra of Muhammad is an event that is celebrated ebery one year onthe first of Muharram, the first day of the Muslim year.