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One of the three holiest cities in Islam and the capital of the Medina Province of Saudi Arabia. Wikipedia

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  • Al-Masjid an-Nabawi

    Mosque built by the last Islamic prophet Muhammad in the city of Medina in the Al Madinah Province of Saudi Arabia. The second mosque built by prophet Muhammad in Medina, after Masjid Quba'a, and is now one of the largest mosques in the world. Wikipedia

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    • Fakhri Pasha, the Ottoman commander of Medina, resisted for more than two and half years during the Siege of Medina before surrendering in January 1919.World War I-Wikipedia
    • The later Medinan suras mostly discuss social and legal issues relevant to the Muslim community.Islam-Wikipedia
    • Muslims of Medina referred to the nomadic tribes of the deserts as the A'raab, and considered themselves sedentary, but were aware of their close racial bonds.Arabs-Wikipedia
    • The revolt started on 5 June 1916 from Medina and pushed northwards until the fighting reached Transjordan in the Battle of Aqaba on 6 July 1917.Jordan-Wikipedia
    • The Lihyanites ruled over large domain from Yathrib in the south and parts of the Levant in the north.Saudi Arabia-Wikipedia
    • This led to a group of rulers travelling to Medina, converting to Islam and subsequently driving a successful uprising against the unpopular Sasanids, who dominated the Northern coasts at the time.United Arab Emirates-Wikipedia

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