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British Muslim’s Hajj Diary: Peaceful Ka`bah

MAKKAH – Dr. Asad, a British Muslim traveling to Hajj this year with his sister, shares his experience in Umrah and Hajj, as he goes through the spiritual journey along with around 2 million Muslims from across the world.

British Muslim’s Hajj Diary: Tawaf

Dr. Asad, a British Muslim traveling to Hajj this year with his sister, shares his experience in Umrah and Hajj, as he goes through the spiritual journey along with around 2 million Muslims from across the world.

Lilly in Makkah - Exclusive Hajj Diary

With Hajj season here, we’d like to share with you a 7-episode hajj diary, which was written last year in a very touching and inspiring way. In this series, Lilly is reflecting on her Hajj journey ,2015 on a daily basis in an attempt to let everyone feel the spirit of the sacred places and get …

A Lesson of Brotherhood from a Muslim Man's Hajj Diary

How do you know that Allah has accepted your du`aa’s, your prayers?” As the tears well up into my eyes, I notice our group leader and I ask him this question. He reminded me that Allah is as we expect of Him. That we prayed and asked for forgiveness and we expect that Allah in His infinite Mercy will be merciful to us and forgive us.

Lilly In Makkah- You'll Be Surprised Today (Day 7)

“Allahu Akbaro Kabeera… Wal Hamdulellah Katheera… Wa Sobhan Allah bokratan wa aseela…” God is Greater than everything that exists… High gratefulness and thankfulness is to be to Allah, the Creator The Eid chant has such a sensational vibe. We said it all the way to Mena where we are supposed to stay for three days. …

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Lilly In Makkah: Hajj Diary (Day 6- Arafah)

Tick tock tick tock… It’s 8:35am and we are all counting the minutes till Zuhr (noon prayer), which is when the most beautiful and glorious day of the year starts right here on mount Arafah. This is what we came here for, and this is why I paid extra charges for overweight luggage since the thousands of hearts …

Lilly In Makkah: Hajj Diary (Day 5)

Turns out they weren’t kidding when they said we wouldn’t have time to breathe. After eight long hours in the bus, we finally arrived in Makkah in a state of Ihram. We chanted “Labayk Allahuma Labayk” (Here I am, oh Allah, here I am) the whole way! And it was SO nice! We also stopped …



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