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So here's some facts. To begin with the Kabah was built by Prophet Abraham long before Prophet Muhammad. Maybe your historical researchers failed to mention that?

The Prophet Muhammad (saw) didn't change the direction of prayer from Jerusalem to Mecca, God himself did.

"The foolish among the people will say, "What has turned them away from their qiblah, which they used to face?" Say, "To Allah belongs the east and the west. He guides whom He wills to a straight path." (2:142 Quran)

While that verse mentions the changing of the qiblah (the direction of prayer) it also makes it permissible to pray in ANY direction if one doesn't know where Mecca is. Where's your saturn worship at in this case?

The qiblah was changed as a test for a believer, because a believer, unlike others, accepts the commands of God.

"And We did not make the qiblah which you used to face except that We might make evident who would follow the Messenger from who would turn back on his heels. And indeed, it is difficult except for those whom Allah has guided. (2:143 Quran)

Muslims do not worship a box in the desert, they do not worship a prophet. Muslims worship the Creator, alone without partner.

There are 2 billion Muslims on this planet. Why don't you just ask one instead of believing garbage on the internet?

Say, "Is it other than Allah that you order me to worship, O ignorant ones?" (39:64 Quran)

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The Kaaba is the Qibla, i.e. the direction that Muslims face when they pray. It is important to point out that although Muslims turn towards the Kaaba to pray, they do not worship the Kaaba as such. Muslims worship only Allah and do not bow down to anyone other than Him.

Islam promotes unity

If Muslims were left free to choose the direction in which they want to pray, some would choose the north, others would choose the south, etc. In order to unite all Muslims in their worship of the One God, wherever they are, Islam asks them to all look in the same direction, i.e. that of the Kaaba. Muslims living west of the Kaaba look east, and those living east of the Kaaba look west to pray.

The Kaaba is in the center of the world map Muslims were the first to draw a world map. They first located the south in the upper part and the north in the lower part, with the Kaaba in the center. Later, western cartographers drew it the other way around, that is, with north and south located where we know them today. Nevertheless, alhamdulillah, the Kaaba has remained at the center of the world map.

Tawaf around the Kaaba

When Muslims go to the Masjid-e-Haram in Mecca, they do tawaf (they circle) around the Kaaba. This act symbolizes the belief and worship of one God; as each circle has only one center, there is also only one God (Allah) who is worthy of worship.

Muslims do not worship the black stone: Omar's hadith (may Allah be pleased with him) answers:

Regarding the black stone, al-hajar-al-aswaad, there is a hadith narrated by the illustrious companion of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), Omar

In hadith 675 of chapter 56 of the book of Hajj found in volume 2 of Sahih Bukhari, Omar (may Allah be pleased with him) said: "I know that you are only a stone and that you cannot bring me good or bad.

People went up to the Kaaba to do adhan

During the Prophet's time, people even went up to the Kaaba to make the "adhan", or the call to prayer. To those who claim that Muslims worship the Kaaba we ask: what idolater would dare to stand on the idol he worships?

س11- لماذا تركعون للكعبة ان كنتم ضد عبادة الاصنام؟ - مفاهيم خاطئة عن الاسلام - د ذاكر نايك

الدكتور ذاكر نايك - بشرى بعث النبي محمد في كتب الديانات السابقة

Change Of Qibla From Jerusalem To Kaaba By Nouman Ali



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Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain,

but a woman who fears Adonai will be praised.

Proverbs 31:30

It shows that beauty and beauty are deception and apparent deception, and a good woman is the one who is praised by people for her good action


The First Letter of Paul to the Corinthians: Chapter 11

6 For if a woman does not cover her head, she might as well have her hair cut off; but if it is a disgrace for a woman to have her hair cut off or her head shaved, then she should cover her head.

Here, a woman who prays with her hair uncovered

should cut her hair or shave her head

If we apply this, we will not find a Christian woman with her hair

The truth is that a woman should modestly cover her hair during prayer and when she leaves the house


I also want the women to dress modestly, with decency and propriety, adorning themselves, not with elaborate hairstyles or gold or pearls or expensive clothes, 10 but with good deeds, appropriate for women who profess to worship God.

1 Timothy 2:9-15

The writer of the letter advises that women should appear in a decent and modest appearance

He covers the faults, and makes it clear that the true adornment of a woman is reason, modesty and sobriety

It is not the visible adornment, and after that the writer forbids the ornaments of all kinds

And adornment with clothes or hair braids, and he says in the end that this is what befits a believing woman

Taqiyya, where true adornment lies in fearing God and obeying His command



European women 100 years ago used to wear the hijab and the niqab

A young man asks why the dress of Muslim women has not changed with the passage of time, like the rest of the religions || Amazing reply Dr. Zakir Naik



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The Quran is not a book that the Prophet one day stepped out of his house, holding it under his arm proclaiming it to be sent by Allah. It was revealed to the Prophet by Allah through the Angel Gabriel over a long period of around 23 years. The verses were revealed based on the corresponding need and situations that arose facing the Muslim community at that time.

A very basic distinction is made between the parts of the Quran that were revealed in Mecca and those that were revealed in Medina. The parts in Mecca usually dealing the faith aspect of Islam like the Oneness of God, patience, mercy etc. While the Medina parts of the Quran deal more with laws and their implementation in the context of the Muslim state that was being established in Medina.

An easy and truthful answer of why the Quran is arranged as it is now would be that this is how Allah wanted it to be. Before his death, the Angel Gabriel visited the Prophet to go over the Quran and tell him to place which parts where and in what order.

As part of a long Hadith, we are told that the Prophet told his daughter Fatima this:

When he talked to me secretly the first time, he said that Gabriel used to review the Qur'an with him once every year. He added, 'But this year he reviewed it with me twice, and therefore I think that my time of death has approached. So, be afraid of Allah, and be patient, for I am the best predecessor for you (in the Hereafter).' Bukhari 6285

The first revelation of the Quran are the first 5 verses of Surah Alaq:

Recite in the name of your Lord who created -

Created man from a clinging substance.

Recite, and your Lord is the most Generous -

Who taught by the pen -

Taught man that which he knew not.

The second revelation of the Quran is considered to be the first 7 verses of the Surah Muzzammil

O you who wraps himself [in clothing],

Arise [to pray] the night, except for a little -

Half of it - or subtract from it a little

Or add to it, and recite the Qur'an with measured recitation.

Indeed, We will cast upon you a heavy word.

Indeed, the hours of the night are more effective for concurrence [of heart and tongue] and more suitable for words.

Indeed, for you by day is prolonged occupation.

we have in the Quran now is Surah Alaq:

Recite in the name of your Lord who created -

Created man from a clinging substance.

Recite, and your Lord is the most Generous -

Who taught by the pen -

Taught man that which he knew not.

No! [But] indeed, man transgresses

Because he sees himself self-sufficient.

Indeed, to your Lord is the return.

And so on.

The second portion of the Surah joins nicely with the first half and the flow of thoughts are much more smooth and cogent.

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Oldest version of the Quran at the University of Birmingham - YouTube

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