Fraternity system was one of the foundations by the Messenger of Allah to build a city, and was a viable solution to the problem of immigrants who left their homes and their money and emigrated to Medina, and included three sections:
The first topic: the general foundations of brotherhood established by Islam to be the linkage among the faithful, which exceeded the limits of time and space, has been belief, love and loyalty, and I talked about the brotherhood in Mecca, and likely subsequent leveling of the impact of installing the faith, and continued advocacy, and empowerment of companionship, and unify the nation.
The second topic: the special fraternity between immigrants and supporters in Medinah where proven by historians, and was in the first year of immigration, and the prophet fraternize between immigrant and supporter, and was on the right and sympathy, and inheritance without relatives, and continued to the Battle of Badr, and fraternity increased by legislation inheritance force. The winner in the rule of inheritance are the immigrants. The fraternity was basis for an unique islamic society, the doctrine is correct, and strong relationships, and was one of the greatest goals: Consolation generous hurts of immigrants and made them feel equality, and solved the problem of the allocation.
The third topic: the effects of fraternity, was evident in the bright positions of the Ansar to compete for the fraternity of immigrants with love and generous giving, where Ansar donated their land, and involved immigrants to work with them, and was of migrants at the generosity of supporters showed the positions of their faith and honesty, in addition to continuing pray for them.
Conclusion: the most important results: the experience of the fraternity in our Iraqi society, in its various suffering, assistance and support to achieve victory and mercy, and to maintain the desired unification.
صالح جــواد مهــدي, د.محمـد
"المؤاخاة بين المهاجرين والأنصار نظامها، أهدافها، آثارها,"
Midad AL-Adab Refereed Quarterly Journal: Vol. 4
, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/midad/vol4/iss4/8