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... s a highly valued member and could be placed under the God they believe in. Many people carry Quaran's, or holy books, and study passages as they prepare for the days ahead. Waymon and I were not permitted to enter the Kabba or partake in the religious ceremonies, but we continued to search around the city on our own. As I've mentioned earlier, Mecca is a vital trading center, so there are tons ...
... ruled the Arab Empire. Ashley seems to be excited about seeing a city, finally. All shes been doing is complaining and sleeping. Talk about dead weight. Poor Ali and his men they had to endure such annoyance while trying to appease her as much as they could. She was always hungry and thirsty. And we couldnt spare her too much water or food, for it was scarce in the Middle East nor was there alot ...
... participate in their five daily prayers. Then, when the sun sets, they travel to plains of Arafat and pray once again. Afterwards, the third step, at Muzdalifah, where male pilgrims collect pebbles and an animal is sacrificed and its meat is distributed to the poor. Finally, pilgrims will return back to Mecca, cross the hilltops of of Safa and Marwa seven times, drink from the Zam-Zam well, and then male pilgrims will use the pebbles they collected previously ...
... I was attending religious school, I've been taught that the word Islam meant to submit. I never really knew what it meant until I got to Mekah. I've always heard and use the phrase "Allah pays cash" but it was here in Masjidil Haram that I learned my most valuable lesson about faith.
We just arrived in Mekah, headed to Masjidil Haram to perform our Zuhur prayers. Upon arriving at the gates of the Masjidil ...
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