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10 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT THE KAABA

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By: Muhammad Wajid Akhter

Source: http://muslimmatters.org/

There is no place on Earth as venerated, as central or as holy to as many people as Mecca. By any objective standard, this valley in the Hijaz region of Arabia is the most celebrated place on Earth.

Thousands circle the sacred Kaaba at the centre of the Haram sanctuary 24 hours a day. Millions of homes are adorned with pictures of it and over a billion face it five times a day.

The Kaaba is the epicenter of Mecca.

The cube shaped building is at the heart of the most well-known real estate in the history of mankind; it is shrouded in black and its fair share of mystery.

Here are just a few things that most people may not know about the Kaaba:

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Is Love A Crime?

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Source: blog.islamiconlineuniversity.com

By: Zaynub Zafar

As innocent as this emotion sounds, can sometimes prove truly fatal – both to our spiritual and physical well being. What exactly does it mean to be in ; where are we going wrong with it, what is it by definition and why are we confusing it with other emotions, what are its dangers and repercussions and how do we deal with them – find out the answers below.

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Anger, Lust and Forgetfulness; The Traps of Shaytan

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Source: http://www.missionislam.com

Shaytan can persuade a person to come and use one of these three doors to make a person slip. It is like he is ambushing them. So even the most complete of people can fall into moments of anger, doing something based on anger, based on lust or based on forgetfulness.

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Subhana’llah: Hassan II Mosque (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 The Hassan II mosque can hold up to twenty five thousand people, and the complex covers over nine hectares. There is a balcony for women which can hold up to five thousand, and the main floor of the mosque allows another twenty thousand. The courtyard is large enough to accommodate another eighty thousand individuals. The Hassan II mosque includes some modern elements, such as a heated floor, doors which operate on electricity, and a floor made from glass so the ocean below can be viewed. The roof also offers modern features, and can be opened up on days when the weather is nice.

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