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Built on a fertile oasis famous for its wells and date gardens, and named after a well there, Quba was a village on the way to Mecca. During his migration from Mecca to Medina, the Messenger of Allah reached Quba, which is one hour away from Medina on foot. 14 days guest left. During this time, Amr b. One of the sons of Avf, Gülsûm b. A guest stayed in al-Hedm’s house; Sa’d b. He also chatted with his companions at Haysama al-Ansari’s house. He built the first mosque in Islam, which they also worked on. He prayed here. Sa’d b. The place where the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) prayed and chatted with his companions in Haysama’s house
was preserved until the last construction in 1985, and was included in the Quba Masjid in this expansion.
Quba Masjid is the most virtuous mosque after Masjid al-Haram, Masjid-i Nebi and Masjid al-Aqsa.
Our Prophet, who considers praying in Quba Mosque equated with Umrah,
goes to Masjid al-Quba on Saturdays and sometimes Mondays and on the 17th day of Ramadan when he is in Madinah, and supervises the lessons of the Qur’an given there. would answer questions asked of him.
The mosque mentioned in the 108th verse of Surah At-Tawba in the Qur’an is considered to be Quba Masjid:
قال الله تعالى : لمسجد أسس على التقوى من أولويوم أحق أن تقوم فيه. فيه رجال
يحبون أن يتطهروا والله يحب المطهرين
“It is certainly more worthy of you to pray in the mosque, which was established on the basis of taqwa from the first day. There are those who like to be very clean in it. And Allah loves those who are purified a lot.” (Tawba, 108)
The expression “men who love cleanliness” mentioned in the verse refers to the people of Kuba. Because they had made istinja a habit with water (Elmalılı Hamdi Yazır, Hak Dini Kur’an Dili, the interpretation of the relevant verse).
It is mustahab to visit the Quba Masjid and pray there. This is the St. It was a mosque that the Prophet (pbuh) used to visit regularly on Saturdays and occasionally on Mondays. He used to go there, sometimes on horseback, sometimes on foot, and pray.
In a hadith, they recommend this to Muslims as well, saying:
“Whoever goes to the Quba Masjid only to pray and not for any other purpose after he has cleaned his house and made wudu will receive the reward as if he had performed an Umrah.”
(Isolation c.4, p.212