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 Lailat-al-Miraj Holiday Resource
About Lailat-al-Miraj
Lailat-al-Miraj marks the night when Prophet Mohammad attained a very high spiritual level and was spiritually transported to heaven. The Ascent took place on the 27th day of Rajab. This festival is also called as Lailatul-Miraj, Isra Miraj, Miraj al-Nabi, Isra, Me'raj and Laylat al-Mi'raj. The story is celebrated each year via a festival primarily for children the Lailat al Miraj. Muslims bring their children to mosques, where the children are told the story, allowed to pray with the adults and then afterwards food and treats are served. According to Islam on Lailat-al-Miraj the Archangel Gabriel visited Muhammed and purified his heart to give him faith. In many Muslim countries Lailat-al-Miraj is a national holiday.
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