The origins of a people belonging to Aad are from Aad bin Aws bin Iram bin Sam bin Noah, and they lived in Wadi Al-Ahqaf, a valley located between Oman and a skilled land, or a period from Oman to the presence of death. As for the number of tribes of ‘Aad, they are ten, and God Almighty has granted them a great physical strength that made them able to build a wonderful civilization and an unprecedented city. The tyrants returned with the idea of rebuilding the city over mountains and highlands.
Ordinary people were greatly arrogated and overwhelmed the land after they established their city again and built their palaces and castles, as they established factories that carved stones, and established on the highlands the borders that protect the city from the elements of nature, and a common people were mentioned and forced them to the Messenger of God, who sent him while he Hud, peace be upon him, in many chapters of the Noble Qur’an, such as Surat Al-Shuara’a, Hud, the Believers, Apostates, Ahqaf, and others, and a people inhabited the usual Ahqaf, so they carved mountains to erect poles along the mountain and build castles and palaces on them.
As for Hud, peace be upon him, he invited them to piety and to thank God Almighty for his grace and leave the arrogance and arrogance, except that they met him with all the harshness and cruelty, and they rushed to the punishment of their Lord and they were certain that he would not send any torture to them until the rain was cut off from them for three years and they pleaded to their gods under the flames of the burning sun To provide them with the water that is the basis of their civilization, and then God sent them a black cloud that a people thought that they were from their gods and that they were good tidings for them to rain on them, except that they were the torment that they rushed upon themselves, so God sent a wind that was ridiculed by them seven nights and eight days, during which the mighty men fled to Every escape They knew him as caves and mountains, so that they dug the land to escape the high winds, except that it destroyed them all but hood and the remaining believers with him.
Toss the same baptism
The term “toss” was mentioned in the books of the language in the sense of stones that are erected, while the word collection is Aram and Arum, and the word came in the Holy Qur’an related to the status of the same pillar. The Almighty said in Surat Al-Fajr: (Did you not see how your Lord did a habit? * Throw the same pillars * that were not created like them in the countries) The interpreters interpreted these verses in several meanings, which made them differ in the syntax of the word toss, so they expressed it with sympathy for a statement or instead of a habit, and thus it is a return toss itself, and some interpreters have argued that Aram is not suitable to be instead of a habit because of the Almighty saying that it has no parallel As for the same pillar, they interpreted it as an indication of a people whose stature is long, reaching some 400 cubits in some of them.Read:Tourism in Pakistan
Site toss with the baptism
The site of the city of Iram was not decided, so some believed that it was in the Levant, while others believed that it was in the land of Yemen, and the name of the Adeh tribe was mentioned in the Almighty saying: (And mention a regular brother, when he warned his people of the Ahqaf) The noble verse indicates that the location of the tribe was in the Al-Ahqaf, and the ruby says that the Al-Ahqaf is a valley located between Oman and the land of Mahra, which is part of the land of Yemen, and the ruby tells from the newsmen that the city of Iram is located between Hadramout and Sanaa in Yemen.
Ibn Khaldun stated that the first habitat of a common folk is the Ahqaf that extends from Oman to the death and Shahr’s presence, and commented on the narration that says that there is no city named Iram, so in his opinion that Iram is a tribe and not a country or a city, but the truth says that the Ahqaf mentioned in the Holy Quran is Not the Ahqaf of Yemen, for it is in the language the collection of waqfs, which are the large hills of crooked sand, which are: (What elongated and crooked from the sand), where the Ahqaf does not mean a specific place, and in the Arab countries there are many scattered fossils in various aspects, where Ruby was transferred from one of the News reports that Al-Ahqaf is a mountain located in the Levant, so it can be said that M. Qa Iram General in Yemen is not Mptota in his health.
A group of researchers said that the city of Iram is located in the Levant, and some said that it is Damascus specifically, as others said it is the city of Alexandria, and Hassan Al-Hamdani says in his book Al-Iklil that the dictionaries mentioned the location of the city of Iram in Damascus, and this was what was known since ancient times, as reported by poets in Notify them, however, that the consideration of Damascus is not correct, as it was never mentioned that a Hood, peace be upon him, came down in it, and a number of researchers carried out numerous researches and reached discoveries that there is a site called Aramawa in the Levant as mentioned by the geographer Ptolemy, and it was reported by the French Institute and the Jordanian Department of Antiquities that Iram site is the same as Bass Rum, the mountains are located to the east of the city of Aqaba as the excavations carried out by the authors indicated.
It is also likely that the people of Aad resided in the northwestern part of the Arabian Peninsula, and Wasil from the North of Hejaz to Najd and from there to the beginning of the Levant, and it was also reported that Yarm is a high mountain from the Hisma Mountains in leprosy between Ayla in Aqaba and Teh Israel, and the researchers went to The habitations of the people of Ad are close to those of the people of Thamud, and thus the most likely opinion of some researchers is on the site of the city of Iram is near Aqaba and not in Yemen.
Myths about the city of Iram
It was reported that Shaddad bin Aad was the one who built the city of Iram, and that he was a mighty man on the earth. A man each supervised a thousand of workers from different parts of the country, provided them with money and the method of construction, and asked them to collect from their country all the available gold, silver, rubies, amber, etc. He also asked them to extract the jewels from the seas and built the city and made in it Three hundred thousand palaces, decorating its walls with precious jewels, and making a valley under the city He applies and made rails and streets from him, as he created trees on the edge of the valley and made his fruits a precious gem.
As for his own palace, he established it in the center of the city, making it high and overlooking all palaces, and it took the construction of the city five hundred years. He warned him, but he did not refrain from his oppression, and after the completion of building the city, he went out to it with three hundred thousand of his soldiers.
There is a narration that talks about men who entered the city of Iram, one of whom says that he entered a cave in a mountain, and found a man lying next to a plaque written on it in an old handwriting that felt about Shaddad bin Aad. And he found in him a man lying on his bed with the head written on it: (I am the hood of the Prophet, who regretted the habit of blaspheming it and the commandment of God was not due), and he added that this is only a fabrication from the Hadrami man.