جماء أم خالد

Jumaa Um Khaled

One of the Jumaas mountains; three small mountains located to the west of Medina, extending over part of Al-Aqiq Valley. The Arabic word Jumaa denotes a goat that has no horns. It is narrated that these mountains were so named because their upper part is flat, with no peaks. It is known as the middle Jumaa, because it is located between Jumaa Tadaro’a and Jumaa Al-A’aqer, and is about 6km from the Holy Prophet Mosque, to the west of Jumaa Tadaro’a and Mulaseq. It is narrated that a 40m long grave was found on Jumaa Um Khaled. The tombstone reads: “I am the slave of God, from Taysoon, the messenger of the Messenger of Allah, Jesus, son of Mary (PBUH) to the people of this village. I was dying, and my will was to be buried in Jumaa Um Khaled.”

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