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The Sacredness of Makkah and Al-Madinah

‘Abdullaah ibn Zaid ibn ‘Aasim (Radia-Allaahu ’anhu) narrated that Allaah’s Messenger (Salla-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “Ibraheem declared Makkah sacred and made supplication for its people, and I declare Al-Madinah to be sacred, as Ibraheem declared Makkah sacred, and I make supplication for its Saa’ and Mudd (its sustenance to be blessed) twice as much as Ibraheem made supplication for the people of Makkah.

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Sacred Months, Times And Places

Distribution of Zamzam water: A success story

TARIQ AL-THAGAFI |Published — Wednesday 16 August 2017

Muslim pilgrims drink Zamzam water at the Grand Mosque in Makkah. (SPA file photo)

MAKKAH: Distributing Zamzam water to 2 million pilgrims in Makkah is not an easy task. 380 more words

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The story behind Abraham’s shrine at the Kaaba

When Prophet Mohamed conquered Mecca, he and his companions decided to transport the stone from its original location near the Kaaba to its current location. (Supplied) 312 more words

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Pilgrimage (Hajj) and the Kaaba (the House of God)

The Quran enjoins all Muslims to perform the Pilgrimage to Mecca once in their lifetime if they can afford it and if the journey is safe. 388 more words


Hajj (Pilgrimage)

The fifth act of Islamic worship is the performing of the Hajj or the pilgrimage to Mecca. A Muslim must perform this pilgrimage at least once in his lifetime if economic and political conditions are favourable. 722 more words

Arab World

Makkah and Madinah Activity Book

Explore the wonders of Makkah and Madinah with this fun activity book.

Key features:

  • dot-to-dot drawings
  • tracing to enhance fine motor skills
  • colouring fun for creative expression…
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Children's Books

The Journey of a Lifetime: Pilgrimage to the Holy Lands of Saudi Arabia

The Journey of a Lifetime: Pilgrimage to the Holy Lands of Saudi Arabia

Journeying to Saudi Arabia is one of the most blessed and humbling experiences in a Muslims life. 989 more words