The Ministry of Interior, Saudi Arabia (MOI) has announced that performing umrah has been paused temporarily for everyone from Wednesday, 4th March 2020, in an effort to prevent the spread of Corona Virus (COVID-19), until further notice. Their official tweet is as follows: مصدر مسؤول بوزارة الداخلية: تقرر بناءً على توصية اللجنة المعنية بمتابعة مستجدات الوضع لفيروس كورونا ... Continue Reading
Makkah or Makkah tul Mukarramah (Makkah the Honored) is the holiest city in Islam. It is home to the biggest and most important mosque in the world, Al-Masjid Al-Haram. At the center lies the most sacred site in Islam, The Kaʿbah, The House of Allah. Muslims all over the globe face towards the Kaʿbah while offering prayer/salah/namaz.
Makkah is the birthplace of the Prophet Muhammad SAW and the site of Muhammad's SAW first revelation of the Quran. Makkah is visited by more than 15 million Muslims every year to perform Hajj and Umrah.
Makkah category contains posts about the importance of the city, it's history and guidance on visiting the city.
Fasting Schedule in Ramadan 2019 in Makkah, Saudi Arabia (Arabic) Fasting (Sawm/Rozah) (Suhur/Sehri) (Fatur/Iftar) Schedule in Ramadan 2019 in Makkah, Saudi Arabia in Arabic Language إمساكية شهر #رمضان_المبارك لمدينتي #مكة_المكرمة و #المدينة__المنورة pic.twitter.com/X2cy1kZPuz— رئاسة شؤون الحرمين (@ReasahAlharmain) May 6, 2019 ... Continue Reading
Documentary on Zamzam - The Blessed Water - English https://youtu.be/7BbLcuT4X8M Documentary on Zamzam - The Blessed Water - Darnasah Media (English) Produced by The General Presidency for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque Media and Communication Directorate 1439 H / 2018 G A minimum of 11 liters of Zamzam water is pumped out every second A ... Continue Reading
Assalamualikum, The crescent has been sighted thus Eid ul Adha will be on Sunday, 11th August 2019 in Saudi Arabia, inshaAllah. #BREAKING: Saudi Supreme Court confirms that the crescent moon of Dhu Al-Hijjah has been sighted and the first day of #Hajj2019 will be August 9 https://t.co/BPQKXE16Vg pic.twitter.com/8rZon0q8nM— Arab News (@arabnews) August 1, 2019 ... Continue Reading
Assalamulaikum, The crescent has been sighted so Eid ul Adha will be on inshaAllah Tuesday, 21st August 2018 in Saudi Arabia. https://theclearevidence.org/aspects-of-life/festivals-and-celebrations/eid-ul-adha-2016-in-saudi-arabia/ Eid ul Adha 2016 in Saudi Arabia ... Continue Reading
Assalamulaikum Warhmatullah, According to the Supreme Court of Saudi Arabia, the crescent has not been sighted so Eid will be on Monday, 12th September 2016 in Saudi Arabia. ... Continue Reading
The residents of Saudi Arabia will not be allowed to enter Makkah city from Friday, 28th June 2019 (25th Shawwal 1440H) till the end of the Hajj 2019 (1440H) season. The entry in Makkah city will only be allowed to Makkah residents, Hajj workers and people performing Hajj in 2019. أخي المقيم:من أجل تسهيل دخولك للعاصمة المقدسة خلال فترة الحج، يرجى التأكد من حصولك على ... Continue Reading
Traffic will be reduced in the central area surrounding the Masjid al-Haram, so using public transport and transportation is the best and quickest way to reach the Holy Mosque. To facilitate your access to the Haram, you can safely park your vehicles at one of the public transport stations closest to you according to the above map. ضمن خطّة المرور لهذا العام، سيتم ... Continue Reading
English Schedule of Taraweeh and Tahajjud Prayers in Masjid Al Haram, Makkah, Saudi Arabia (1440H - 2019) (English) Schedule of Taraweeh and Tahajjud prayers in the Holy mosque of Makkah of 2019 pic.twitter.com/EiaBRIx6T6— رئاسة شؤون الحرمين (@ReasahAlharmain) May 4, 2019 Arabic Schedule of Taraweeh and Tahajjud Prayers in Masjid Al Haram, Makkah, Saudi Arabia ... Continue Reading
Snapshot of the Ministry of Interior (MOI), Saudi Arabia Website As per the Ministry of Interior (MOI), Saudi Arabia's Website, today, 6th April 2019 is the 1st of the Islamic Month of Shaban. Based on this the Moon Sighting for the Month of Ramadan will be held on Saturday, 4th May 2019. If the moon is sighted then 5th May 2019 will be the 1st of Ramadan. If not ... Continue Reading