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a centre of moslem

moslem all over the world is urge to get here, if they have an ability -money and time-, this is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Bakhtiar A
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Best place in the world ever , only there you can find peace and faith. Where everyone is the same... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Duaa B
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This holy stone is the eastern cornerstone of the Kaaba, the ancient stone building towards which all Muslims pray. Many Muslims believe that the stone (originally white but now black from absorbing the sins of man) fell from heaven during the time of Adam and Eve.
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Mecca, Saudi Arabia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

moslem all over the world is urge to get here, if they have an ability -money and time-, this is the centre for shalat -prayer of moslem- you can prayer with god wand asked him what ever you want and isha allah it will come...More

Thank Bakhtiar A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Best place in the world ever , only there you can find peace and faith. Where everyone is the same no difference

Thank Duaa B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

During my visit for Umra I usually try to kiss Black Stone however in rush hour I never try as only Istislam; saluting with hands only suffice to to complete rituals of Tawaf in Hajj and Umra. In my recent visit it was very hot...More

Thank yousafzai67
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Alhamdulillah with the help of Allah I had a chance touch and kiss the stone (during my umrah time). It was not easy tho, I tried many times from several direction before I made it. Here are bunch of my suggestions (based on my experience):...More

Thank dickiiy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great place ,luv to see first time in life , having no words to write about my feeling ,the have all things which need a human being,

Thank syedaJS s
Reviewed 19 May 2017

We muslims believe that this is a stone from heaven. It was white when profit Ibrahim put in the Kabbah, but it turned black throughout the years affected bu the sins of human beings on the earth. Anyway, it is a ritual to try to...More

Thank Monnturbo
Reviewed 16 May 2017 via mobile

The kissing of the black stone is one of the rituals in Makkah. It is very difficult to kiss because of the large crowds and unfortunately some people uneducated as to the system of standing in a line. It's better to try to kiss the...More

Thank moosaeb
Reviewed 7 May 2017

Twice I have ben to Makkah. first time with a lot of struggle, I touched the black stone (I believe so, because I was just able to put my hand inside). But I felt it is unfair to be a part of rush to touch...More

1  Thank AnwarSUK
Reviewed 3 May 2017

it is very hard to catch this stone but always try may you succeed. if you don't catch don't be sad and just point to it with your right hand during your tawaf.

Thank ahmed a
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Allhamdulillah the best way to perform Umra is to go on Relative Visa around 15th of Maharrum. As that is the time when International Umra Visas are not entertained and only the locals are at Haram shareef. Madinah is like a ghost town. The road...More

Thank razia b
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afzal m
Do I need a visa to travel from dubai.? I am on a work visa!!
28 August 2016|
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Response from Mahmoud_Swailem | Reviewed this property |
Yes. OMRA visa
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Craig R
Can non Muslims visit this ancient wonder?
24 July 2016|
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Response from sarkam64 | Reviewed this property |
Non Muslims are not allowed in Mecca and Madina. All other places are allowed to visit.
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