Sheikh Aaeed entered the Roda Rasool S.A.W, and this is what he saw

Everyone has a curiosity to know how the Prophet’s chamber looks from inside. What are the things placed inside it? As a common person is not allowed to have a visit of it, people are curious to know about it.

So, brace yourselves as a Saudi man has briefed the public about the details of the inside of the Prophet’s Chamber. The Prophet’s chamber is a sacred chamber located in Madinah, the holy city. The chamber is also known as the Hujra.

He entered the chamber with King Faisal

King Faisal bin Abdul Aziz visited the Prophets chamber and was escorted by Saudi sheikh, Aaeed Ben Omer Al Rouis. King Faisal was a Saudi ruler whose reign dates to 1964 to 1975.

Sheikh Aaeed Ben Omar al Rouis said that when he and King Faisal entered into the chamber they found a lot of amazing things there. He said there were also mysterious boxes made up iron placed there.

The boxes were locked and we were simply unaware of what was possessed inside by them. In an interview that has been uploaded to YouTube, Sheikh Aaeed informed that King Faisal passed an order.

He demanded the formulation of a committee that shall be duty-bound to count the contents placed inside the chamber. There shall be a complete official record that displays what are the belongings of the chamber.

He told that after the evening prayers were offered, they were ordered to go inside the chamber and accomplish the given task. The contents of the chamber were then registered.

What was inside the two iron boxes?

A jewelry expert was taken along and historic records were used to identify the objects. When the two iron boxes were examined. One was equipped with gold and jewelry while the second one possessed chains made up of silver.

He also told that some objects were identified to have been belonged to the Prophet (PBUH): there were some private correspondences that have been linked to the Prophet (PBUH).

He further told that it took 15 days to accomplish the task endowed onto them by King Faisal. 15 days were required to make a catalog of the things that were inside the chamber.

He briefed that the committee recommended keeping the jewelry in the Madinah Museum so that the public could take a view of it. The jewelry shall be kept under the supervision of the ministry of finance.

Source: Al Arabiya

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.