@Hadithoftheday Abi Ayyub Ansari R.A.

When the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ entered Madinah, he told the people to allow his camel to go her own way for “she is guided by Allah.” Adjacent to the spot where the camel knelt was the house of Abu Ayyub Ansari R.A
@Hadithoftheday Qaswa was the camel of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ on which he made his Hijrah.
Qaswa was the she camel.
On reaching Madinah first time, Prophet Muhammad ﷺ was riding on the camel Qaswa and he let his camel decide the location of his humble abode.
@Hadithoftheday The prominent personalities of Madina wanted the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ to stay with them but he refused them saying:

“[This camel i.e Qaswa] is commanded by Allah; wherever it stops, that will be my home.”
@Hadithoftheday When the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ entered Madinah, he told the people to allow his camel to go her own way for “she is guided by Allah.” All of the Muslims desired that he would lodge with them. Finally the she-camel knelt, but the Prophet (ﷺ) did not dismount. +
@Hadithoftheday The she camel rose to its feet again, ambled ahead for some distance, and then turned back and knelt in the same place it had before. Masjid-e-Nabwi was erected on this very spot.
@Hadithoftheday Adjacent to the spot where the camel knelt was the house of Abu Ayyub Ansari R.A who hurried to lift the saddle from the camel and took it to his home. The Prophet (ﷺ) remarked humorously, “A man must follow his saddle“, and went along with Abu Ayyub Ansari R.A.

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@Hadithoftheday True.

Narrated from Anas ibn Maalik R.A that the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said: “There is no land that the Dajjaal will not enter, apart from Makkah and Madeenah.” - (Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim)
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@Hadithoftheday Dajjal will be a young man with a ruddy complexion, short, with thick curly hair, a wide forehead, and broad upper chest, blind or defective (mamsooh) in the right eye. This eye will be neither prominent nor sunken, and will look like a floating grape.
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@Hadithoftheday Mus'ab Ibn Umayr R.A
Prophet ﷺ commissioned Mus'ab R.A to assist the people of Madinah, then known as Yathrib.
Mus’ab R.A proved worthy of the Prophet’s ﷺ choice, dealing with the tribal mentality of the leaders and citizens of Yathrib with patience and sagacity.
@Hadithoftheday Mus’ab R.A was known as the “flower of the Quraish” for his handsome looks and charming demeanor. He was perfectly groomed and wore the best and most exquisite clothing from foreign lands.
@Hadithoftheday When speaking of Mus’ab, Prophet Muhammad ﷺ would say, “I have never seen anyone in Makkah with better hair, finer clothes and enjoying as many bounties as Mus’ab bin ‘Umayr”.
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@Hadithoftheday True.
It was there during the night journey that Allah gave this ummah the gift of compulsory Salah.

At that time Allah made five-time prayers obligatory for Muslims, the prayers were fifty in the beginning but Prophet ﷺ requested to Allah & reduced them to five.
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@Hadithoftheday Sidrat-ul Muntaha.

Sidrat-ul-Muntahāʿ, is the divine lote-tree station that separates the earthly creations and the heavenly creations.
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@Hadithoftheday It is called Sidrat al-Muntaha because the knowledge of the angels stops at that point, and no one has gone beyond it except the Messenger of Allaah ﷺ.
After crossing the seven skies in the journey of Mi'raj, Muhammad ﷺ witnessed the Sidrat Al-Muntahā.
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@Hadithoftheday Al-Kawthar.
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Allah says in Qur'an: 
"Indeed, We have granted you, [O Muhammad], al-Kawthar."
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@Hadithoftheday Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.
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