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Historic Mosques in Makkah, Saudi Arabia

Makkah is the city where the religion Islam emerged. It is considered the first holiest place in the world. Makkah is the birthplace of the last Islamic Prophet Muhammad PBUH. Makkah is the heart of Islam. Makkah is usually known as the fountainhead and Cradle of Islam. The largest annual gathering (Hajj) of the World happens in Makkah. Muslims visit Makkah to perform Hajj and Umrah in the holy House of ALLAH “the Kabaa”. In Ramadan, the reward of good deeds increases in the proportion to virtue

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11 Facts about Makkah you didn’t know

The holy city for Muslims is traced at a distance of 450.4 kilometres away from Medina and 70 kilometres inland from Jeddah, at an altitude of 227 meters (909 feet) above the Red Sea in the dry sandy beds of valley Ibrahim. From the time when the birth of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ the Stamp of Prophethood, Makkah has been the religious centre (Qiblah) that Muslims turn their face to five times for their daily prayer. Nonetheless, it’s a religious duty for Muslims to visit Makkah once in their lifespan.

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Best Shopping Guide During Umrah


Umrah is a very spiritual journey for Muslims as they visit many holy places, especially Masjid al-Haram and Majid al-Nabawi during Umrah. The Qur'an does not specify the time of Umrah but Muslims can do it whenever they want but they cannot do Umrah on the days of Hajj. According to Saudi government records, about 50,000 Muslims join the Umrah pilgrimage from the United Kingdom each year.

What is the best way to join Umrah from UK?

The answer to this question is Umrah packages from UK, people of

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