Laylat al-Mabīt (Arabic: لَـیْـلَـة ٱلْـمَـبِـیْـت) is the night in which the Islamic Nabī (Arabic: نَـبِي, Prophet) Muhammad started his emigration from Mecca to Medina. This night is believed to have taken place on the first of Rabi' al-awwal. Due to the decision of Quraysh to kill Muhammad, 'Ali ibn Abu Talib slept in his place and the prophet left Mecca.
And of an-nās (Arabic: ٱلـنَّـاس, the people) is he who sells his nafs (Arabic: نَـفْـس, self), seeking the marḍātillāh (Arabic: مَـرْضَـاتِ ٱلله, approval of God). And Allāh is Ra’ūfum-bil-‘ibād (Arabic: رَءُوْفٌۢ بِـٱلْـعِـبَـاد, Kind to the servants).— Qur'an, [2:207]
People and things in the Quran
Note: The names are sorted alphabetically. Standard form: Islamic name / Biblical name (title or relationship)