Hotel Al Shohada
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I went to Mecca after Jeddah with my family. We reached Mecca in May 10th, 2013 morning. We stayed in a hotel called AbraJ Mecca. In the next day we start doing Al-omra. In the next day we finished Al-omra. After that we went to mall. There were a lot of shops seals different things like: dates, clothes, and foods. Then we went to place called Jabbel Arafat. It is a big place. It is an important place to doing Al-haj. In Jun 2nd, 2013 we return to Abu ...
I landed in Jeddah on the 14th of April, It was sunny and cloudy day. I saw very expactacular places, I did my "Omrah" , and it was a soulful trip. I was amazed by seeing "Al kaaba" in Mecca. I finally discovered that people in Saudi Arabia aren't ashamed about what the job is instead of the people in ...
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Being Shia in Saudi is a struggle. Those that have been here before - whether on umra or hajj - will be able to relate. Whether you are praying on your turba, paying salutations to the holy personalities at janaatul baquee or just reciting prayers you are constantly at risk of being disturbed by the Mutaween - 'religious police'. These 'police' are tasked by Saudi Arabia to enforce sharia law - Wahhabi sharia law. The ...
The cleaners arrived every night at about 21:00 to clean the Hateem and I found that if I waited near the Hateem wall just behind the cleaning machines, the crowd helped to get me into the Hateem quite easily.
Nothing can match the time that you sit on the Mataaf behind Makama Ebrahim making Salaah, Dua and just looking at the Kabaah and the people around it. ...