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Buraq--Prophet Muhammad's magical horse who carried him in his ascension to heaven.  Islamic tradition calls it Muhammad's Night Journey (from Mecca to Jerusalem's Dome of the Rock up to heaven and back home to Mecca all in one night).

Buraq--Prophet Muhammad's magical horse who carried him in his ascension to heaven. Islamic tradition calls it Muhammad's Night Journey (from Mecca to Jerusalem's Dome of the Rock up to heaven and back home to Mecca all in one night).

Mohammed (on the right, astride Buraq) and the Angel Gabriel (center) talk with Abraham (left) in Paradise. Persian, 15th century.

Prophet Muhammad ﷺ (on the right, astride Buraq) and the Angel Gabriel (center) talk with Abraham (left) in Paradise.

Buraaq (Night of the Ascension)

Buraq - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, also referred to as Al Buraq. A magical Islamic horse.

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