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Hajj: A Journey of Selfless Brotherhood

I once had such a wonderful experience in Al-Masjid Al-Haram, when I was extremely thirsty after performing tawaf (circumambulation around the Holy Ka`bah) and was unable to find a way among the crowd of women seated around the Ka`bah…


Taking Care of Disabled & Elderly Pilgrims

Muhammad Al-Sulami earns a living by pushing his wheelchair carrying the elderly and sick pilgrims in the Grand Mosque in Makkah. He has crossed millions of kilometers doing this tiresome but rewarding work in the past 20 years.

Iran to Boycott Hajj 2016

Escalating tensions between the two country’s representing Sunni and Shiite Islam, Iran announced on Sunday, May 29, that it will not attend this year’s annual hajj, accusing its rival of failing to guarantee the safety of pilgrims.

Sun Directly on Ka`bah Friday

Pilgrims in Makkah will witness a unique cosmic phenomenon next Friday noon when the sun aligns exactly with Al-Masjid Al-Haram, appearing 90 degrees above Muslims’ holiest mosque.

Transformed Makkah

It is a different Makkah.
This is how pilgrims saw the holy city which accommodates millions of Muslims from across the world seeking the ultimate spiritual journey of hajj.

Kashmir Muslims Save Hindu Pilgrims' Lives

Showing true compassion of Islam, Kashmiri Muslims rushed to help Hindu pilgrims after flash floods removed their camps, when they were heading to Amarnath shrine, saving their lives.

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