Hubasha

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Hubasha was a one of the greatest Arab market at all,[1] It was in the territory of Bariq an Azdi tribe in Tihama, and it is at a distance of six days from Mecca.[2] It was the last of the Jahiliyyah (pre-Islamic Arabia) markets to be destroyed. the governor of Mecca would appoint a person to deal with it and would give him troops. the troops would stay in the market fore three days at the beginning of Rajab. things went on in this manner until the Azd killed a person from rich who had been appointed to be in charge of the market, in 197AH. Da'ud b. cIsa b. Musa who had appointed that person, consulted the scholars of Mecca, who advised him to destroy the market .[3][4]

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