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Medina, also transliterated as Madīnah, is a city in the Hejazi region of the Arabian Peninsula ... The word Yathrib has been recorded in Surat al-Ahzab of the Quran. The city has also been called Taybah (Good) ([ˈtˤajba]; طَيْبَة) and Tabah ...

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Yathrib (Arabic: ناحية يثرب. ), also transliterated Yethrib is a city in the Salah ad Din Governorate, Iraq, 45 kilometres (28 mi) directly north of the national capital,  ...

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Nor has any archaeological work been done on the ruined sites of the old Jewish settlements, the largest of which was Yathrib (the Lathrippa or Iathrippa of ...

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Mar 21, 2003 ... “I was quite surprised,” he writes, “to learn that it was a Jewish city, called Yathrib, long before the time of Muhammad. Could you furnish me, ...

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Medina, or, as it was known before Islam, Yathrib, had no form of stable government at all. The town was tom by the feuds of the rival Arab tribes of Aus and ...

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May 27, 2004 ... In 622 Muhammad was invited to come and live in Yathrib (the old name of Medina) and act as a sort of governor. Medina in those times was a ...

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In 622 CE, Muhammad and his followers migrated to Yathrib in the Hijra to escape persecution, renaming the city Medina in honor of the prophet. Among the first ...

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As far the choice of migrating to Medina (known as Yathrib at that time), the decision was made easier by the second 'Pledge of Aqaba' made a year before on ...