Isra kap Mi'raj

Isra kap Mi'raj (alapik-gú: الإسراء والمعراج (al-'Isrā' wal-Miʿrāj); ing-gú: Isra' and Mi'raj; İā-hîng ting-siau, Ting-siau tset) sī İā-kan Lí-hîng (İā-hîng) ê nn̄g-ê pōo-hūn, kin-kù Islam-kàu, Islam sen-ti [en] Muhammad (570-632) tī tsi̍t-nî tang-tiong ê tsi̍t-ê àm-sî tsìn-hîng lí-hîng tāi-iok tī 621 (1 BH - 0 BH). Teh Islam -káu lāi-té, "Isra kap Mi'raj" ì-bī-tio̍h sin-thé hām tsing-sîn ê lí-tîng.[1] "Kóo-lân-king" tē-17 tsiong, tshing-uī al-Isra' [en][2] tang-tiong ū tsi̍t-ê kán-té ê kòo-sū tsháu-tôo, m̄-ku teh sìng-hùn [en] lāi-té ē-sái tshuē-tio̍h koh-khah tsē ê sè-tsiat; āu-lâi siu-tsi̍p Muhammad ê pò-kò [en], kàu-gī [en], sū-tsik hām gên-lūn [en].

Ascent of Muhammad to Heaven (c. 1539–1543), from the Khamseh of Nizami.
Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, also known as the Temple Mount
Isra and Mihraj calligraphy for all descriptive purposes

Tsù-káiSiu-kái

  1. Martin, Richard C.; Arjomand, Saïd Amir; Hermansen, Marcia; Tayob, Abdulkader; Davis, Rochelle; Voll, John Obert, pian. (2003). Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim World. Macmillan Reference USA. p. 482. ISBN 978-0-02-865603-8.  (Eng-gí)
  2. Surah Al-Isra 17:1 (Eng-gí)

Ên-sin ua̽t-to̽kSiu-kái

  • Asad, Muhammad (1980). "Appendix IV: The Night Journey". The Message of the Qu'rán. Gibraltar, Spain: Dar al-Andalus Limited. ISBN 1904510000.  (Eng-gí)
  • Colby, Frederick, "Night Journey (Isra & Mi'raj), in Muhammad in History, Thought, and Culture: An Encyclopedia of the Prophet of God (2 vols.), Edited by C. Fitzpatrick and A. Walker, Santa Barbara, ABC-CLIO, 2014, Vol II, pp. 420–425.Pang-bô͘:ISBN? (Eng-gí)
  • Schimmel, Annemarie, "The Prophet's Night Journey and Ascension", in And Muhammad Is His Messenger: The Veneration of the Prophet in Islamic Piety, University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 1985. (Eng-gí)

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