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Tala‘ al-Badru ‘Alaynā (Arabic: طلع البدر علينا) is a traditional Islamic song (Nasheed) that the Ansar sung to the Prophet Muhammad upon his arrival at Yathrib after completing the Hijra[1][2] in 622 CE.[3] The song is currently over 1400 years old, and one of the oldest in the Islamic culture.

Lyrics

[4]

طلع البدر علينا

Tala‘ al-badru ‘alaynā

Oh the white moon rose over us


من ثنيات الوداع

Min thanīyātil-wadā‘

From the valley of al-Wadā‘.


وجب الشكر علينا

Wajab al-shukru ‘alaynā

And we owe it to show gratefulness


ما دعى لله داع

Mā da‘á lillāhi dā‘

Where the call is to Allah.


أيها المبعوث فينا

Ayyuhal mab‘ūthu fīnā

Oh you who were raised among us


جئت بالأمر المطاع

Ji’ta bil-amri al-muṭā‘

Coming with a word to be obeyed


جئت شرفت المدينة

Ji’ta sharaft al-madīnah

You have brought to this city nobleness


مرحبا يا خير داع

Marḥaban yā khayra dā‘

Welcome best caller to God's way


Performances

Artists & Groups
Yusuf Islam recorded two versions of the song, one in 1995 for the album The Life of the Last Prophet, and one in 2008.[5]
Jamshed recorded a version which included several added verses in Urdu for his 2007 album Badr-ud-Duja.[6]
Olivia Newton-John used the song as a musical interlude for her 2006 album Grace and Gratitude[7][8], and only performed the first verse.
Other Performances
The song plays during the closing credits.
The performance of the song in the film re-enacts the actual event at which it was originally sung.
The performance of the song in the film re-enacts the actual event at which it was originally sung.

See also

References

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