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Sha’ab-e-Abi Talib (Sha'ab is similar to a alley)

In the seventh year of the Prophethood, when the pagans of Quraish saw that even after creating so much trouble the number of people embracing Islam is increasing and people like Hazrat’e Hamza and Hazrat’e Umar (radi Allahu anhumma) have also embraced Islam and even Naj’jaashi has given shelter to the Muslims, according to a narration from ‘Khasais-e-Kubra’, they made a decision that, Allah (az'zawajal) forbid, the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu ta’ala alaihi wa aalihi wa’sallam) be martyred in public.  When the uncle of the Holy Prophet (sallallahu ta’ala alaihi wa aalihi wa’sallam) found out about this, he gathered the people of the tribes of Bani Hashim and Bani Muttalib and told them that for the safety of the Holy Prophet (sallallahu ta’ala alaihi wa aalihi wa’sallam) they should take Him to their hideout.  Hence, that was what they did.  This hideout is present in Makkah Mukkarrama.  It was inherited by the Bani Hashim, and it was called "Sha'ab-e-Abi Talib".

 

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