History of Makkah
Darussalam, 2002 - Mecca (Saudi Arabia) - 176 pages
Mentions the different aspects of Makkah, and records the important historical events that have direct effect on the establishment and sacredness of Makkah as well as its religious weight. This book highlights the sites that are important whenever Makkah is mentioned like the Black Stone and Zamzarn Well.
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Description of the Holy Kabah and the history of
The destruction of the Kabah at the end of time
Abdul-Muttalib Abdullah Abrahah according added Ahmad Aishah Akhbar Makkah Al-Bukhari Al-Marwah Al-Masjid Al-Haram All‚h All‚h's Messenger animal Arafat As-Safa asked Bakr becomes Black Stone brought build built called camels coming commanded completed concerning cover destroy door entered Ihram exiting expansion face Gate give given Hadith Hady hair Hajj hand Haram head House hundred Ibn Abbas Ibn Az-Zubair Ibrahim Imam Islamic Isma'il Isnad Jamarat Ka'bah King knocked land leave Makkah means Miqat Mosque Muhammad Muslim Mustahab Muzdalifah names narrated night obligatory perform permissible person pilgrims pray prayer Prophet Quraish reached rebuilt recite reported reward Sa'y Sacred Sahih sanctuary sent seven side stage standing started staying overnight Stone stood Sunnah Tawaf things told took touch Umar Umrah University Uthman virtues walk wanted Whoever Zamzam water الله