The place still realizes the gloomiest atmosphere whenever someone visits it. The grave of Hazrat Amina was placed in Abwaa but now it is only on the top of a hill near Abwaa valley. In the ruling of the Ottoman period, there was a great tomb of the grave of Hazrat Amina, yet later on, destroyed by the Saudi government and visiting her burial site was also banned. The reason behind the destruction of the site was obviously shirked committing. People started to bow as well as kissing the grave strength, however, it has to be destroyed to eliminate the shirk activities. And a group of people from Malatya, Turkey found Hazrat Amina's grave in a miserable state, so they rearranged the stones on the grave to make into a tomb but they were also checked to do so.
The major purpose of not constructing the tomb of the grave of Hazrat Amina is apparently to stop increasing the shirk activities. That’s why not only the tomb of Hazrat Amina was destructed but also other tombs of great figures were also removed.
The military campaign of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) in Al-Abwaa
When Allah-Almighty granted Prophet Muhammad (SAW) with Prophethood, so the Quraysh became his bitter enemy. So, Muhammad (SAW) migrated from Makkah to Madinah and dwelled there the rest of life preaching and serving Islam. During the invasion of Waddan or Al-Abwaa was the first offensive in which Muhammad (SAW) took part personally with 70 troops mostly Muhajireen.
It is reported that twelve months after moving to Medina, the Messenger of God himself led a caravan raid to Waddan or Al-Abwaa. The aim of the invasion was to seize the caravans of the Quraysh. As raid party did not meet any Quraysh during the raid, however, the caravan of the Banu Damrah was raided. After making dialogues the two leaders signed a treaty of non-aggression. Banu Damrah assured not to attack Muslims or side with the Quraysh while Muhammad (SAW) pledged not to attack, or get the things the caravans of the Banu Damrah.