Mosque of Atban Bin Malik

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Mosque of Atban Bin Malik
Religion
AffiliationIslam
Location
LocationMedina, Saudi Arabia

Mosque of Atban Bin Malik (Arabic: مسجد عتبان بن مالك‎) is one of the historic mosques in Medina, Saudi Arabia. It is located 60 meters north of Al Jum'ah Mosque.

History[edit]

The father of Atban Bin Malik, Malik bin Ijlan, belonged to the tribe of Bani Salim and was among the leaders of the Ansar. Atban asked the Islamic prophet Muhammad to come to his house and pray in one of the rooms, which then would be turned into a prayer room. Muhammad promised him, and he went with Abu Bakr to pray in one of corners in his house where Atban designated. Atban followed the prophet and made a row behind him for prayer, and they prayed two Ayahs. That was where they built the mosque later, and it was named after Atban. Since then the mosque was restored.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Abdul Ghani, Muhammad Ilyas (2005). "Masjid Itban bin Malik". Sejarah Madinah Munawwarah Bergambar (ke-1 ed.). p. 55. ISBN 9960-49-447-0.