Nusaybah bint Ka'ab, was a member of Ansari delegation at Aqabah. She is best known for her role in the battle of Uhud. Initially, Nusaybah was there with other women to give water to the thirsty troops. But when it appeared that defeat was imminent, Nusaybah entered the battle, carrying a sword and shield to defend the Prophet. She also participated in Treaty of Hudaybiyah, Battle of Khaybar, Umrat al Qada, and the Hunayn and Yamama campaigns. She is also famous as a narrator of Hadith.
Cave of Uhud This naturally formed cave, on the side of Mount Uhud facing Masjid-e-Nabwi is where the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) took refuge after being wounded during the Battle of Uhud. He was carried there on the back of Talha (may Allah be pleased with him).
Masjid Shaikhain Masjid Shaikhain marks the spot where the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) prayed salat on the eve of the battle of Uhud on the 14th Sha’ban 3AH (625 CE). The preparations for the battle were made here.
Mount Uhud and site of battle This is a section of Mount Uhud, in front of which the second battle in Islam (the Battle of Uhud) took place in 3 AH. Of this mountain the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) declared, “This mountain loves us and we love it.” [Muslim]
Tomb of Khalid-bin-Waleed (may Allah be pleased with him) Khalid-bin-Waleed (may Allah be pleased with him), the companion of Rasulullah (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) and the greatest Muslim general to have lived is buried along with his son in a corner of this mosque in Homs. Khalid’s tombstone depicts a list of over 50 victorious battles that he commanded without defeat (not including small battles). A sword of his is also on display as well as a shield that is displayed…
The Battle of Uhud, was fought on March 19, 625 (3 Shawwal 3 AH in the Islamic calendar) at the valley located in front of Mount Uhud, in what is now northwestern Arabia.The Battle of Uḥud was the second military encounter between the Meccans and the Muslims, preceded by the Battle of Badr in 624, where a small Muslim army had defeated a larger Meccan army.
Pilgrims flock to historic Uhud battle site http://betiforexcom.livejournal.com/24430330.html Author: YUSUF MOHAMMEDSun, 2017-06-04 03:00ID: 1496529403519003200MADINAH: Many pilgrims and visitors to Saudi Arabia are visiting the site of the Battle of Uhud, one of the most famous and fiercest battles in Islamic history. Uhud, in Madinah, was the scene of a battle in 625, in which Muslim forces under Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) battled against the Quraysh tribe from Makkah. Visitors…
GUNUNG UHUD – SYUHADA PEMANAH – MADINAH MUNAWARAH Think not of those who are killed in the way of Allah as dead. Nay, They are alive, with their lord, and they have provision. Mount Uhud (Medina, Saudi Arabia) : Battle of Uhud, Mountain of Uhud Mountain of the archers http://ahlesunnatuljamaat.com/uhod-martyrs-and-archers-mountain/
Masjid Fas’ah These are the demolished remains of a masjid (mosque) at the foot of the mountain below the cave of Uhud. On the day of the Battle of Uhud the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) offered the Zohar prayer here.