As-Sabaq Mosque

As-Sabaq Mosque (Arabic: مسجد السبق), is a mosque located in Medina, Saudi Arabia, and it is located south of Al-Masjid an-Nabawi, near the SAPTCO (Saudi Public Transport Company) station. The place was originally a place for horse racing during the time of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.

As-Sabaq Mosque
Religion
AffiliationIslam
Location
LocationMedina, Saudi Arabia
Minaret(s)1

Reference in Hadith

There is an account in Hadith Al-Bukhari from the isnad of 'Abdullah bin Muhammad, Mu'awiyah, Abu Ishaq dari Musa bin 'Uqbah dari Nafi' and Ibnu Umar, that the prophet participating in a horse racing from Al-Hayfa to Tsaniyatul Wada' around six or seven miles, and from Tsaniyatul Wada' to the Bani Zuraiq Mosque for around one mile. Ibu Umar also participated in the race.[1]

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