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Abbas Sameen Ibrahim Kawthar Al-Bayati
abbasalbayati@tu.edu.iq

Abstract

The current study deals with accompanying the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) by riding animals with him;  goals and objectives, and this title falls under the field of historical studies in the aspects of civilization during the era of prophecy.


The research included a set of titles related to the concept and etiquette of the riding animals behind the Prophet, and the names of the animals that the Messenger, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) rode. The research also touched on the biography of the people who were carried by the Messenger (may Allah’s prayers and peace be upon him), on his animal during his travels, trips and movement within the city and its outskirts. They were an elite group of distinguished companions, his pure family, and a group of the components of the Arab Islamic society, which represented the humility of the Messenger, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, and his love for these companions.


The Messenger, (may Allah’s prayers and peace be upon him), by carrying these people on the same animal, wanted to reach certain goals and objectives that would achieve religious benefit and provide worldly happiness for his nation’s children.

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Kawthar Al-Bayati, A. S. I. (2022). Riding Horse behind the Prophet (May Allah Bless him and Grant Him Peace) Aims and Objectives. Journal of Tikrit University for Humanities, 29(8, 1), 236–262. https://doi.org/10.25130/jtuh.29.8.1.2022.12
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