- 1 Here are 9 Swords of Prophet Muhammad SAW
- 1.1 1. Al-Matsur Sword of Prophet Muhammad
- 1.2 2. Sword of Dzulfikar of Prophet Muhammad
- 1.3 3.Dang Al-Battar of Prophet Muhammad
- 1.4 4. Sword hatf of Prophet Muhammad
- 1.5 5. Qul’i Sword
- 1.6 10 Benefits of blessing for Prophet Muhammad(Salawat)
- 1.7 6. Al-Qadib Sword
- 1.8 7. Al-Mikhdam Sword of Prophet Muhammad
- 1.9 8. The Sword of Al-‘Adhab
- 1.10 9. Ar-Rasub Sword of Prophet Muhammad
Here are 9 Swords of Prophet Muhammad SAW
Prophet Muhammad SAW, leader of the people. Not only became a spiritual leader, he also led the country and became a military leader. Not a few wars are directly composed by Him SAW.
When leading the people in the field of jihad, Prophet Muhammad SAW certainly brought a number of weaponry. One of the weapons he used was a sword.
According to historians, there are at least nine swords that have been used by the Prophet (s) in the book of Syamail Muhammad SAW by Imam at-Tirmidhi it is explained.
One of the prophet’s swords was hanafiyya. The Hanafiyya sword was made by the Bani Hanifah tribe. The sword made by Bani Hanafiah is famous for its fine and fine making.
So, what about the other 9?
Here is a review of the 9 swords that the Prophet (pbuh) has used in the field of jihad:
1. Al-Matsur Sword of Prophet Muhammad
This sword belonged to the Prophet before receiving the first revelation in Mecca. He is the legacy of his father Abdullah.
This sword is blade-shaped with a length of 99 cm. The handle is made of gold with the shape of 2 snakes with layered emeralds and turquoise. Close to the handle there is a kufic carving arabic inscription reads: Abdallah bin Abd al-Mutalib.
During the emigration, the Prophet brought this sword to Medina. This sword was then given to Ali ibn Abi Talib along with other war equipment.
The sword is now stored in the Topkapi museum in Istanbul, Turkey.
2. Sword of Dzulfikar of Prophet Muhammad
The sword of Dhu Al Faqar or Dzulfikar was looted during the battle of Badr. The Prophet then gave this sword to Ali ibn Abi Talib, who then Ali returned it during the battle of Uhud when his hands and shoulders were covered in blood.
This blade-shaped sword with two eyes is a legend and belongs to one of the history of islamic development.
3.Dang Al-Battar of Prophet Muhammad
Battar is a sword of the Prophet Muhammad Shallallhu ‘Alaihi Wassallam as a result of the spoils of the Banu Qaynaqa. This sword is referred to as the sword of the prophets.
In this sword there is an Arabic inscription that reads: Prophet David AS, Prophet Sulaiman AS, Prophet Moses AS, Prophet Aaron AS, Prophet Joseph AS, Prophet Zakaria AS, Prophet Yahya AS, Prophet Jesus AS, Prophet Muhammad Shallallhu ‘Alaihi Wassallam.
In it is also a picture of the Prophet David AS when cutting off the head of Goliath who was the first to have this sword. Blade-shaped with a length of 101 cm.
It is rumored that this is the sword that the Prophet Jesus (A.S.) will use when he comes down to earth again to defeat dajjal. Now this sword is in the Topkapi Museum, Istanbul.
4. Sword hatf of Prophet Muhammad
This sword was the result of the spoils of the Banu Qaynaqa. This sword was made by the Prophet David who resembled Al Battar but was bigger than that.
The sword was kept by the Levita tribe, the tribe that kept the weapons of Israel’ goods. This sword finally reached the hands of the Prophet Muhammad Shallallhu ‘Alaihi Wassallam.
The sword is blade-shaped, 112 cm long and 8 cm wide. It is housed in the Musemum Topkapi, Istanbul.
5. Qul’i Sword
This sword is known as qali or qulay. Some scholars argue that the name is related to a place in Syria or a place near China’s India.
While some argue that the word qali refers to lead or lead mined in various locations.
This sword is known as “Qal’i” or “Qul’ay. This sword is one of the three swords of The Prophet Muhammad Shallallhu ‘Alaihi Wassallam obtained as spoils from the Banu Qaynaqa.
There are also reports that the grandfather of the Prophet Muhammad Shallallhu ‘Alaihi Wassallam found this sword when he found zamzam water in Makkah.
Blade-shaped with a length of 100 cm. It contains an Arabic engraving that reads: “This is the noble sword of the house of The Prophet Muhammad Shallallhu ‘Alaihi Wassallam, Apostle of Allah. This sword is different from others because it has a wave-shaped design.
Now this sword is in the Topkapi Museum, Istanbul.
6. Al-Qadib Sword
This sword is for defense and friendship when traveling, but is never used for war.
7. Al-Mikhdam Sword of Prophet Muhammad
This sword was once owned by the Messenger of Allah which was then given to Ali ibn Abi Talib. By Ali this sword was given to his children.
But there are other reports that this sword came from Ali ibn Abi Talib as a result of the spoils of the attack he led in Syria. The blade is 97 cm long, and has an Arabic inscription engraving that reads: Zayn al-Din al-Abidin.
Now this sword is in the Topkapi Museum, Istanbul.
8. The Sword of Al-‘Adhab
Al-Adb means cut or sharp. This sword was sent to the companions of the Prophet Muhammad Shallallhu ‘Alaihi Wassallam shortly before the battle of Badr. The Prophet used it during the battle of Uhud.
While the companions also used the same sword as a form of loyalty and loyalty to him. The sword is now in husain mosque in Cairo Egypt
9. Ar-Rasub Sword of Prophet Muhammad
This sword is kept in the house of The Prophet Muhammad Shallallhu ‘Alaihi Wassallam like the ark (Ark) commonly kept by the Israelites.
This blade is 140 cm long, has a golden circle in which there is an Arabic inscription engraving that reads: Jafar al-Sadiq. He is currently in istanbul’s Topkapi Museum.