Question: Bait-e-Rizwan Took Place in?
- 5th Hijri
- 6th Hijri
- 7th Hijri
- 8th Hijri
Answer: 6th Hijri
Bait-e-Rizwan Took Place in 6th Hijri
Bait-e-Rizwan known as the pledge that was taken by the Muslims in 6 AH that led up to the way of a treaty of Hudabiya. Moreover, Bait-e-Rizwan is the form of the treaty of Hudabiya that taken by Muslims in 6AH. As the (path) went with a group of Muslims to perform the custom of Umrah to Makkah. However, the Quraish didn’t allow them to enter the Makkah. They, later on, sent 3 deputies to tell the Quraish that the Muslims had no sort of intentions to get into any kind of fight. One of the deputies was Hazrat Usman. When Hazrat Usman didn’t return, a rumor began to spread that he has been murdered. After this act, the Muslims did perform the pledge in which they promised Allah to lay down their lives for the cause of Islam.
Regarding this, Allah said in the Quran: “Allah’s Good Pleasure on the Believers when they swore fealty to thee under the tree: He knew what was in their hearts, and He sent down tranquility to them: and He rewarded them with a speedy victory”. Do you know what is Istelam in Islam?