Referring to the Iranian people, the Umayyad Caliph Sulayman bin `Abdul-Malik said, “I am amazed at those non-Arabs: While we could not do without them for an hour during our 100-year rule, they rul
King Mansa Musa is famous for his Hajj journey, during which he stopped off in Egypt and gave out so much gold that the Egyptian economy was ruined for years to come
Even in the pre-Islamic era, the people of Makkah were well-aware of their duties towards the Ka`bah and its pilgrims and their favored position as neighbors of the Ancient House.
Maybe many of us were not yet born when these photos were taken. Hajj journey was very different from now and much harder of course...
Marking the occasion of Hajj, Onislam's Culture & Entertainment can't miss this occasion to share the tale of the two holy cities; Makkah and Madinah. Each and every Muslim has to know about the tw
It might be a bit facetious but not totally out of line to suggest that the Middle East was pieced together on the back of a napkin by men feasting on crumpets and drinking English tea...
Historic documents suggest Yarrow may be buried on the property he purchased after gaining his independence in 1797. That land is located in Washington’s historic Georgetown neighborhood where homes
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