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Volume :10 Issue : 40 1992      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Bahrain and Oman in the Age of Prophecy (in Arabic)

Auther : Hussein Ali Al-Misri

We began this study by talking about the ancient geographical confines of Bahrain and Oman. Then we talked about the first Arabian tribes who dwelt in those areas. We found out that the Azad and the Nazar tribes dwelt in Oman, while the Abdul Qais, Bakr Ibn Wael, and Rabeea dwelt in Bahrain.

When Islam appeared, Prophet Mohammad sent messengers to Bahrain and Oman after he made armistice with the Quraish. He sent Al-Alaa Ibn Al Hadrami carrying a written letter to Al Munther Ibn Saawi, ruler of Bahrain. As a result, Al-Munther and the people of Bahrain accepted Islam except for the Jews, the Christians, and Al-Majus. AI-Alaa agreed with them to pay tribute, so Al Munther stayed as ruler of Bahrain and Mohammads representative. While AI-Alaa became responsible for Al-Sadaqat (The poor due), which he collected and sent to Al-Madina.

Al-Wofood (Delegations) left Bahrain to meet Prophet Mohammad, most of Al-Wofood were from the Abdul Qais tribe, chief of the first Wafd was Al-Munther Ibn AAEth Ibn Al-Munther, who was known as AI-Ashajj, with his sixteen men met Prophet Mohammad in Al-Madina on the 8th year of Al-Hijra. The second Wafd was headed by Al-Jarood Ibn Al-Mualla who came on the 9th year of Al-Hijra.

Wulat (Representatives) of Prophet Mohammad were Al-Munther Ibn Saawi who was respon - si ble for political affairs and Al-Alaa Ibn Al-Hadrami and Abban IbnSaeed Ibn Al-Ass were responsible for Al-Sadaqat.

For Oman Prophet Mohammad sent his two messengers Aba Zaid Qais Ibn Sakan and Amru Ibn Al-Ass to Jaifar  and Abed, rulers of Oman who accepted Islam without hesitation. Jaifar became the ruler of Oman and representative of Prophet Mohammad. WhileJAmru Ibn Al-Ass became responsible for Al-Sadaqat. Aba Zaid Qais became responsible for prayer and for teaching Islam to people. And then Al-Wofood left Oman to meet Prophet Mohammad in Madina. Finally, Jaifar continued to rule Oman after the death of Prophet Mohammad.

 

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