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  Quraish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Quraish is also the name of a Surah in the Qur'an.
Quraish (Arabic: قريش‎ translit: Quraysh) is the Meccan tribe that the Islamic prophet Muhammad belonged to before he received the revelations of Islam.
The Quraish are a branch of the "Arabized Arabs".
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Quraish   (767 words)

 USC-MSA Compendium of Muslim Texts
The tribe of Quraish was scattered throughout Hijaz until the time of Qusayy bin Kilab, the ancestor of the Holy Prophet (upon whom be Allah's peace).
As against the other Arabian caravans, the Quraish had the advantage that the tribes on the route held them in high esteem on account off their being keepers of the Ka'bah.
That is how the four brothers became famous as traders and began to be called ashab al-ilaf (generators of love and affection) on account of their friendly relations with the tribes and states of the surrounding lands.
www.usc.edu /dept/MSA/quran/maududi/mau106.html   (1018 words)

Quraish made treaties of mutual benefit with tribes to the North as far as Syria, and to the South as far as Yemen.
Quraish enjoyed its eminence, well‑being, respect, and security when the treaties with the other tribes were signed.
Quraish was pagan during early Islam and it was the leader of the area, proud of its pagan beliefs and confident in itself.
islamicbooks.info /H-3-Surahs/3-Quraish.htm   (659 words)

 mahdi is from kanane
in madarek we read: quraish is a mighty beast which plays with the ships and except for fire it cannot be repulsed by any other thing.
some others say: the reason they were called as quraish was that the leader of their tribe ibn-yakhled ghalib-ibn-fahr was named as quraish.
it is also said that quraish was the name of qusi and it was because of this reason that his tribe was named as quraish.
al-shia.com /html/eng/books/hadith/imam-al-mahdi/imam-al-mahdi/10.htm   (903 words)

 Syed Maududi's Commentary for Surah #48   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The disbelieving Quraish had debarred the Muslims from proceeding to the Ka'bah for the past six years and no Muslim had been allowed during that period to approach the Kabah for the purpose of performing hajj and umrah.
The disbelieving Quraish looked at it as their victory, and the Muslims were upset as to why they should be humiliated to accepting those mean conditions.
Now the Quraish themselves by concluding this agreement with the Holy Prophet recognized his sovereignty over the territories of the Islamic State and opened the way for the Arab tribes to enter treaties of alliance with either of the political powers they liked.
www.islamicity.com /mosque/quran/maududi/mau48.html   (3067 words)

 ESSCR: Historical Background
As soon as masters of Quraish were sure that The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was not to be tempted by money or tribal power to stop spreading the divine message he was charged with, they announced openly their enmity to him and his followers.
Quraish's masters did not believe Muhammad (PBUH), and instead of just turning him down by refusing his quest, they were provoked and tried once more to attack him.
He took the decision of invading Quraish in its homeland making it clear for his companions and followers that he did not aim for war and blood shedding but for putting an end to fights that were taking place in the holy Macca.
www.esscr.org /g206_app.htm   (4579 words)

 Muhammad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Muhammad ibn Abd Allah ibn Abd al-Muttalib (Shaiba) ibn Hashim (Amr) ibn Abd Manaf (al-Mughira) ibn Qusai (Zaid) ibn Kilab ibn Murra ibn Ka`b ibn Lu'ay ibn Ghalib ibn Fahr (Quraish) ibn Malik ibn an-Nadr (Qais) ibn Kinana ibn Khuzaimah ibn Mudrikah (Amir) ibn Ilyas ibn Mudar ibn Nizar ibn Ma`ad ibn Adnan.
Muhammad's father, Abdullah, had died almost six months before he was born and the young boy was brought up by his paternal grandfather Abd al-Muttalib, of the Banu Hashim clan of the Quraish tribe.
Muhammad now came under the care of his uncle Abu Talib, the new leader of the Hashim clan of the Quraish tribe, the most powerful in Mecca.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Muhammad   (4839 words)

 Commentary on Chapter 106 of the Holy Quran (Al-Quraish - The Quraish) by Dr. Basharat Ahmad [Printer-friendly Page]
All these favours are recalled in these two verses: in Li ilafi Quraish (For the protection of the Quraish) and the verse Ilafihim rihlatash-shita ‘i was-saif (Their protection during their journey in the winter and the summer) refers to their unbroken flow of trade in every season.
How stupendous was the favour of that Merciful Lord to the Quraish in providing for their sustenance, and affording them freedom from fear when they lived in such a desolate place and in such a dangerous country.
And this promise was fulfilled to the letter in the case of the Quraish who were just guardians of the physical House of Allah.
aaiil.org /text/hq/comm/bash/ch106_pf.shtml   (1620 words)

 Leaders of Quraish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Quraish.
During the era of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, there where a powerful elit that ruled the Arabian city of Mecca.
All of those people came from the tribe of Quraish and where accordingly referred to as the Leaders of the Quraish.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Leaders_of_Quraish   (187 words)

 Brief life-sketch of Holy Prophet Muhammad: 5. The conquest of Makka
The Prophet thereupon sent word to the Quraish that they should either pay blood-money for those slain from among the Khuza'a or dissociate themselves from the Banu Bakr, or, in the last resort, declare the truce of Hudaibiya to be null and void.
The Quraish did not agree to either of the first two proposals, and the result was the annulment of the truce.
The Quraish were unable to meet this force and the Prophet declared a general amnesty, guaranteeing safety to all those who entered Abu Sufyan's house, or closed the doors of their own houses or entered the sacred precincts of the Ka'ba.
www.muslim.org /islam/pr-life/l5.htm   (1351 words)

As for the raids at the merchant caravans of the Quraish this caravan comprehended several wealthy Meccan enemies of Islam and was accompanied by Abu Sofyan the renowned arch enemy of Islam and the Muslims.
We cannot blame the Quraish to be nervous and concerned for their own security as they saw that secret gathering an unwarrantable interference in the domestic affairs of their town.
This time the Quraish were surprised while their camels were grazing by a fountain in the valley of Rabigh and some arrows were exchanged but the invaders retreated after realizing that their number is much less than the men in the caravan.
www.faithfreedom.org /debates/montazeri2.htm   (5889 words)

 Islam Watch - "Treaty or Trickery?" by Sher Khan
Muslims are under the impression that Quraish pagans are at fault and they broke the treaty.
Quraish pagans, being tolerant and afraid of shedding blood, proposed a 10-year treaty with Mohammed, without realizing who they were dealing with!
Mohammed accepted the proposal of the Quraish, which was rather humiliating on his part but he signed the treaty anyway.
www.islam-watch.org /SherKhan/TreatyTrickery.htm   (1773 words)

Muhammad was born to his mother Amina, into the Quraish, the then ruling tribe of Mecca.
Because Abu Talib was very influential in the Quraish, Muhammad's life was protected and he was able to continue his preaching which angered many people.
The ruling tribe, the Quraish, soon found that within their reign a small band of believers, a small "country" unto themselves, was rising up.
www.carm.org /islam/muhammad.htm   (1629 words)

 Surah 106 - Quraish - by Syed Qutb
It created for the Quraish a distinct and exclusive position and opened up to them extensive and guaranteed means of sustenance in peace, security and contentment.
The Quraish became accustomed to these two profitable and peaceful trips, which were soon established among their traditional habits.
And this is a reminder which generates and leaves a deep shame in the hearts of the Quraish, who were not unaware of the great value of the House and the effect of its sanctity on their lives.
www.youngmuslims.ca /online_library/tafsir/syed_qutb/Surah_106.htm   (852 words)

 Ghazwah Badr
The Quraish men in that caravan were Amr Ibn Al-Hadrami, Uthman Ibn Abdullah Ibn Al- Makhzumi and his brother Naufal, and Al-Hakam Ibn Kaisan freedman of Hisham Ibn Al-Mughirah.
Quraish sent to him redeem Uthman and Al-Hakam, and the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, " We will not let you redeem until our two companions come, meaning Sa'd and Utbah, for we fear on them on your account.
They said, "We are the water-men of Quraish: they sent us to get them water." The Companions were displeased at their report, for they hoped that they would belong to Abu Sufyan, so they beat them.
anwary-islam.com /battle/ghazwah_badr.htm   (6493 words)

 DAWN - Opinion; June 6, 2003
As the Quraish, estimated at close to a thousand, horse and foot, advanced towards the proverbial 313 strong force of the Believers, the Prophet picked up a ‘handful of gravel’ and throwing it towards the enemy shouted “confusion on their forces”.
The reason for the change of the tactics was that the Quraish under the leadership of Abu Sufian Ibn Harb ibn Umaiya had come front-loaded armed to teeth and at least three times more numerous than the raiding party at Badar.
The Quraish stormed the disorganized ranks of the Believers and turned the tide of war in their favour.
www.dawn.com /2003/06/06/op.htm   (3765 words)

 The protection that was revoked - Ummah.com
Those stand-bearers of Unity and justice of Allah (though an insignificant minority in comparison to the swarms of idolaters who were bent upon maintaining statuesque in religion and social system) were confident that everyday their supporters were increasing and the rank of their adversaries was decreasing.
They even hoped that soon the curtain of ignorance would be removed from the eyes of the non-believers and the whole tribe of Quraish would embrace Islam, casting away their idols.
Though the news was not confirmed, but the refugee's deep faith in their religion, and their strong expectation and hope in the ultimate victory of Islam led a group of them to return to Mecca without waiting for the confirmation of the news from reliable sources.
www.ummah.net /forum/showthread.php?t=19144   (1204 words)

 The Life of Muhammad The Prophet
The Quraish sent Budayl of the tribe of Khuza'ah, to tell the Prophet that he was not allowed to visit the Ka'bah.
The Prophet then sent Karash ibn Umayyah to the Quraish, but the messenger was mistreated, and it was only with difficulty that he escaped with his life.
The vanguard of the Quraish attacked the Muslims, but it was captured.
al-islam.org /lifeprophet/17.htm   (2219 words)

 AR-RaheeQ Al-Makhtum (THE SEALED NECTAR)- Memoirs of the Noble Prophet -8
The effect of this hue and cry was instantaneous and the news stunned Quraish and they immediately remembered their pride that was wounded when the Muslims had intercepted Al-Hadrami caravan.
Quraish, on the other hand, positioned their forces in Al-‘Udwat Al-Quswa opposite the Muslim lines.
The duel was followed by a few more duels but the Makkans suffered terrible defeats in all the combats and lost some of their most precious lives.
www.al-sunnah.com /nektar/8.htm   (6867 words)

 Biography of the final messenger - MUHAMMED - peace & blessings be upon him
In fact the influence of the Quraish was so great that even if they had not exerted themselves in their resistance to Islam and in the defamation of the Prophet peace be upon him they still could have swayed the people.
Also the Quraish, as leaders, protected the oppressed and helped the needy as is evidenced by Hilf Al-Fudool(17) which was an agreement concluded in the house of Abd-Allah ibn Judan (18) All of these factors influenced the Arabs to wait and refuse to accept Islam until the people of Mecca -the Quraish- accepted Islam.
C) The outright rejection of Islam and the Prophet Muhammad by the Quraish would seemingly have been enough of a deterrent for the rest of the Arabs but the Quraish added to that very public and very vocal attacks on Islam and the Messenger of Allah using every means at their disposal.
www.pbuh.us /prophetMuhammad.php?f=MK_Opposition   (2408 words)

 Surah Quraish - by Muhammad Alshareef   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The unstoppable army of Abraha Al-Ashram was annihilated miraculously, the house of Allah was still standing, and victory had come to the tribe of Quraish.
The caravan of the winter was to Yemen, in the summer it was to Shaam.
They were, after all, Quraish, the inhabitants of God's sanctuary.
www.beautifulislam.net /khutbahs/surah_quraish.htm   (525 words)

 Quraish: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Quraish had become a prominent tribe in Mecca Mecca quick summary:
Banu hashim is a clan in the quraish tribe....
Abu sufiyan ibn harb was the leader of the banu abd shams clan of the quraish tribe, EHandler: no quick summary.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/q/qu/quraish.htm   (2180 words)

 Islam Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
According to the pact there was to be a truce between the Quraish and the Muslims for a period of 10 years.
Any person who deserted the Muslims and sought refuge with the Quraish was not to be returned, but any person who escaped from the Quraish to the Muslims was to be returned to the Quraish.
He said that the Quraish were fast losing their will to resist Islam, and in pursuance of the pact the Muslims and the Quraish would come into contact, and most of the Quraish were likely to accept Islam.
www.islamonline.net /english/journey/2005/11/jour04.shtml   (1973 words)

 ::msa | gvsu:: Hamzah Ibn Adbul Muttalib
The people of the Quraish were turning in their beds except for one who forsook his bed of Sleep.
The Muslims were about to gain victory and the defeated army of the Quraish started to withdraw in fright, but the Muslim archers left their places on the mountain to collect the spoils of war that the Quraish had left.
If they had not left their places, giving the Quraish cavalry the chance to find a way, the battle would have ended as a gigantic grave for all the Quraish, including men, women, horses, and even cattle.
www2.gvsu.edu /~msa/Islam/hamzah.html   (4191 words)

 Chapter 106: Al-Quraish (The Quraish)
Consider now the blessings of Allah: because of the existence of the Ka‘bah in Makkah, the inhabitants enjoyed complete peace; looting and fighting flared in every area but they lived in happiness and peace and could carry on a prosperous trade in all seasons without interruption and with complete safety in their journeys.
All these favours are recalled in these two verses: in Li ilafi Quraish (For the protection of the Quraish) and the verse Ilafihim rihlatash-shita‘i was-saif (Their protection during their journey in the winter and the summer) refers to their unbroken flow of trade in every season.
And this promise was fulfilled to the letter in the case of the Quraish who were merely guardians of the physical House of Allah.
www.muslim.org /islam/anwarqur/ch106.htm   (1546 words)

 :: QURAISH Industrial and Trading EST. ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Quraish was formed in 1965 and began importing medical products and hospital supplies.
In the 70s, focus changed to household goods that continue to this day.
In the beginning of the 90s, a division for personal care products was set up and in the late 90s we established a food division and began obtaining foodstuff from all over the world.
www.lyaly.net /quraish/home.htm   (81 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The informative form, although it indicates a demand, is not considered a decisive command unless it was associated with a linkage which indicates the confirmation; and these informative forms were not associated by any linkage which indicates the confirmation in any sound narration.
Also, the word "Quraish" is a name and not an adjective and in the terminology of usul (bases of fiqh) it is called a title; and the meaning of the name i.e.
So these ahadith stated some of the people who are eligible for the Khilafah to indicate their preference, not to restrict the Khilafah to them and to prevent its contracting to people other than them.
www.hizb-ut-tahrir.org /english/books/khilafah/chapter_05.html   (1777 words)

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