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Islamic Pilgrimages and Sacred Spaces

 BY: SOPHIA ARJANA    SOURCE: BRITISH LIBRARYJUN 12, 2021 The Kabah in the holy city of Mecca, as depicted in a copy of the Dala’il al-khayrat (Guide to Goodness), a devotional prayer-book, produced in India in the 19th century (photo: British Library). Contents  1 What is hajj? 2 Why is Mecca so important to Muslims? 3 Are there other Islamic pilgrimages?
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Haajar, the Migrant: Symbol of Dignity

 BY: SADULLAH KHAN    ISLAMICITY JUN 21, 2021 Hajj is a symbolic demonstration of Muslims unity and harmony; of equality and humility. It is a perpetuation of the legacy of the house of Abraham (peace be upon them). Prophet Abraham was the first to announce the pilgrimage to hijjul-bayt/ journey to the House; a “house” whose grandeur lies […]