The Blessed Tree located in Jordan
“The Blessed Tree” is located in Jordan. It is fondly known as the last remaining Sahaba. It is a tree near Safawi where the young Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) met with Bahira the monk while travelling with his uncle, Abu Talib, to Syria. This was to prove a critical historical event. Bahira would be the first holy man to identify Muhammad (SAW) as a prophet.
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Jordan to buy $15bn of Israeli gas
The Jordanian cabinet approved, last month, the recommendation of the Committee on Economic Development, calling for supplying Jordan with natural gas from the gas field discovered in the Palestinian water of the Gaza Marine
A memorandum of understanding is due to be signed between Israel and Jordan in the reservoir of Leviathan to export Israeli natural gas to Jordan during the next 15 years with a total value of $15 billion, an Israeli newspaper reported yesterday.
The Blessed Tree (The Only Living Sahabi of Rasulullah Muhammad SAW) (Video)
This incident was when our Beloved Prophet of Allah SAW was 12 years old (1459 hijri years ago). The tree which shaded Rasoolullahi SAW is miraculously preserved by Allah for all this long period. It is the lonely tree available for around hundred square kilometers in that inhospitable desert north of Jordan.
King Abdullah of Jordan has given blood for the victims in Gaza
Translated by: Soufyan Bouharat
King Abdullah of Jordan has given blood for the victims in Gaza. On the Twitter account of the Jordanian royal family is a picture to show that the king donates blood for wounded Palestinians.
King Abdullah has already several times been critical of the Israeli attacks. He tried to include Israel and Hamas last week to move to a truce, but that was to no avail.
Since yesterday morning is a cease-fire in effect seems to hold that position. Israel has withdrawn all troops from the Gaza Strip and many Gazans went home to record damage. For the first time in weeks, there were no incidents yesterday.