Photos showing Saudi security pilots breaking their Ramadan fast in their public security helicopters above the holy city of Makkah have been shared online, showing stunning images of Kaa`ba 2500 feet above the ground.
Do you wonder what it must be like to eat iftar in Makkah, in front of the Kabbah? This video shows a small insight of what happens in the period between Asr and Maghrib. May Allah bless us all to eat our iftar in Makkah one day! Ameen!
Like millions of Muslims, you may be eager to visit the Holy Mosque in Makkah and join thousands of worshippers there during Ramadan but you cannot make it this year. Here is a way to enjoy some of this greatly spiritual experience. This is a 24-hour, live streaming of the Holy Mosque with selected Qur’an …
The Ka’bah is the sacred House of God situated in the middle of the Holy mosque in the city of Makkah, in Saudi Arabia.
Is there any reasoning mentioned anywhere for changing the Qiblah from Jerusalem to Makkah?
Did you know that there is a K`abah in the heavens? In the Night journey, the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) saw Prophet Ibrahim setting by Al-Bait Al-Ma`mur or the Frequented House, which is described as the Heavens’ Ka`bah. Why is it named so? And what do angels do over there? Join …
There are simple facts that have their roots in the blessed journey of Al-Israa’ and Al-Mi`raj (Night Journey and Ascension of Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him). These facts flow along the flowery garden of the biography of the Prophet. As we see in the Noble Qur’an, the story of the Night Journey …
The people jeered and laughed and disbelieved the words of the Prophet of God. This miraculous event was such a test of faith that even some of the new Muslims disbelieved and turned away from the faith of Islam.
They sneaked out of Makkah under the heavy curtain of a dark night and headed for the sea where two boats happened to be sailing for Abyssinia (Ethiopia), their destination. News of their intended departure reached the ears of Quraish
Converting to Islam 19 years ago, Dawud David Lynas, from Leeds, recalled a sense of overjoy after successfully travelling to the holy city of Makkah to perform umrah for the first time in his life.