Al Ansar Golden Hotel
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... from Mecca. From a distance, we watched them trade fruits and seeds. In fact, most of the city seemed to be controlled by Bedouins and what seemed to be Jews. We also checked out places like The First Mosque or The Mosque of Two Quiblahs. I don't trust religious centers that state they're the "first" since I saw tons of churches at home stating they were the "first" of their religions, but the enormity of ...
... but doing so we had to conceal the real the truth of our religion. For non Muslims were not granted entrance in the sacred core of the city. Its funny because back home anyone was allowed to any religious building regardless if they were a firm believer in that specific religion. For example I was a flower girl for my mom's friend and they held their wedding in a Christian church so I had to sit inside for two hours ...
... the capital of Al Madinah Province. An alternative name is Madinat Al-Nabi ("The City of the Prophet," i.e., Muhammad). The Arabic word madinah simply means "city." Before the advent of Islam, ...
it was a great experience of mine in madina. I stayed in hilton hotel for 3 days.but bcoz of some family problem i came back.when i went there again i was pretty happy staying there.i went to different mosques such as quba mosque,qiblatan mosque and masjid -e- nabi.there were different shopping malls.the most famous was al noor mall.i also touched prince gold car.it was ...
Before entering Makkah, pilgrims clean themselves physically and spiritually at designated times and places at the edge of the sacred precinct surrounding the city. At this time you announce your intention to perform Hajj & Umrah by reciting an invocation and Talbiyah. Men dress in a simple garment of two seamless pieces of white cloth called Ihram, which they wear for the duration of Hajj. Women wear modest ...