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Makkah is the Holy city of Saudi Arabia where millions of people visit each day particularly for performing pilgrimages such as Hajj, Umrah or just Ziarah. No doubt, the exceptional place in Makkah is the Grand Mosque (Al-Haram), but there are many other places which are apparently able to see and to do. Here we are going to discuss some incredible places which people ignore in unawareness after performing the minor pilgrimage.
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Usually, Muslims should cut the nails both of hand and feet once in a week, but during the state of Ihram, pilgrims are not allowed to cut the nails either hands or feet. Zaid bin Arqam (RA) reported, “The Messenger of Allah’s Apostle told that he who does not remove bodily hair from below the navel, and does not trim the nails and mustache, is not considered among us. Because it is against our practice.
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The real name of Abu Zar (RA) was Jandab Ibn Jundah Ibn Sakan. Abu Zar was his kunya which is because his eldest son was named Zar. Zar is actually an Arabic word which means fragrance. He was born 568 AD, so he was two years older than Prophet (SAW). As for as Ghaffari has concerned, so he belonged a tribe of Ghaffar. Before the advent of Islam, he was not impressed and unhappy with idolatry.
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Abu Bakar was the close companion of Prophet (PBUH) and was appointed the first Caliph after the demise of the Messenger of Allah (SWT). He was the Head of the Government of the Islamic State and held Government to be a sacred trust. He administered the State as if he were administering the affairs of a trust.
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The House of Khadija (RA) is situated outside the Marwah. This was the house where the Messenger of God spent the early period in Makkah after the marriage with Hazrat Khadija (RA). The dwelling recalls the early life of Muhammad (SAW) from trading to Prophethood. Hazrat Khadija (RA) was his first wife who remained compatible in his crucial time.
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Bab-e-Baqi is, in fact, the door of the cemetery where the near and dear of Prophet? are resting. It was connected in 1408 AH and is accurately contrary to Bab-e-Salam which is on the western side. The door lets them people leaving the masjid after giving greeting (salaam) to the Prophet (?) and his two Sahaba.It is important to note that the door did not exist in the time of the Prophet (?).
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Natural fragrance usually has been highly advised in Islam, yet in some certain circumstances particularly in the state of Ihram using perfume is strictly prohibited. It is described that during the state of Ihram Umar (RA) sensed the pleasing odor from Mu'aawiyah (RA), so meanwhile, he ordered him to go back, and wash it off as he had heard from the Messenger of God that pilgrims must be free of fragrance.
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Though Arab land has filled with plenty of expeditions in the Pre-Islamic era, however, some of the Islamic expeditions are well-known in the history of Arab. After Jesus (PBUH) the people were stood on the verge of chaos as they had forgotten the teachings of him. The people had adopted the faith of idolatry.
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Undoubtedly, Zamzam is the blessed water on the earth which fulfills the people’s desire regarding remedy. Muslims throughout the world drink the Zamzam to treat their different diseases which are not being cured medically. Moreover, pilgrims who travel to Mecca in order to perform major or minor pilgrimage come back with Zamzam water to give people to get the reward.
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Though the permanent residence of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) in Madinah was in Masjid Nabvi, yet during the construction of the mosque, the Messenger of God resided in the House of Abu Ayyub Ansari (RA). The people of Madinah had a great urge that Prophet (SAW) would reside with them. But, lodging decision in Madinah would depend upon she-camel of Prophet (SAW) known as Qaswa.
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Prayer or Salah is the second pillar of Islam and someone could not become a practical Muslim unless he/she performs it five times a day. In fact, Prayer was granted to Prophet Muhammad (SAW) at the time of Israa. Prophet Muhammad (SAW) requested God to forgive his Ummah and in return, God gifted the package of Prayer five times a day.
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Umrah worship is an imperative journey that is performed by Muslims from everywhere throughout the globe and which can be performed whenever of the year. Many travelers view it as the less significant journey, where the Hajj is thought to be the greater journey. In any case, on the grounds that the Umrah isn't as essential as the Hajj, it does not imply that it is not vital all in all.
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Masjid Al-Buraq is located on the south-west corner of the Al-Aqsa compound. It is believed that this is the place where tied the Buraq (the riding animal upon which he rode during the night of Ascension). It is a lesser thin mosque with 38 steps down. Its entering is located in the western walkway of Al-Aqsa.
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Both Hajj ul Tamatu and Hajj ul Ifraad are mandatory pilgrimages. However, there are some certain conditions in order to perform them. Let’s see in what circumstances both kinds of Hajj are necessary. Hajj ul Tamatu is mandatory for those people who live more than 48 miles from Makkah. On the other hand, Hajj ul Ifraad is specified for those who live within 48 miles of Makkah.
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Migration from Makkah to Madinah was proved fruitful both for Muslims as well as people of Madinah because Prophet Muhammad (SAW) set high and nobles ideal of life and resolved the issues of all kinds of people such as Jews, Christian and others according to their laws. As the people of Madinah had already taught about the prediction of Prophet (SAW) in their old references, so they warmly welcomed him to find the savior of mankind.
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After the first migration from Makkah to Abyssinia which was suggested by Prophet (SAW) because of Quraysh oppression, the second migration was carried on from the Muslims. Since the first migration became successful as Prophet (SAW) had strongly believed because the King of Abyssinia was kind and sympathetic.
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Stretching in the Asian continent the Saudi Kingdom is most famous because of its wonderful places particularly Islamic spots which appeal thousands of their devotees from all corner of the world. Containing thirteen provinces the Kingdom offers all kinds of places such as deserts, vegetation, mountains and Islamic Museums which exhibit the ancient artifacts.
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Wearing Ihram is the compulsory ritual of proceeding Hajj and Umrah which can be worn from different places such as Masjid Al-Sharjah, Dhat Irq, Yalamlam, Jufah or Qarn Al-Manazil, etc. However, the best place for wearing Ihram is the Masjid Al-Sharjah that is very near to Madinah and it is also called Dhul Hulifa.
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Umrah is certainly, non-obligation religious Ibadah but this has great importance in the world of Islam. It has plenty of superiorities and is considered one of the best acts, as Allah’s Apostle said about such Umrah “Umrah is the atonement of all sins.”
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In fact, Al-Riba is an Islamic word which means the exchanging between two things at a different level. Certainly, Al-Riba in Islam is prohibited and is considered a major sin. In Islamic tradition, it is matched as the sin of Zina. Actually, the interest in the form of usury makes it haraam as the consequences are very harmful to society and both for people who are committed in such sin.