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All Islam Followers Must Know What Holy Quran Revealed about Ka’ba?

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Quran described the “Wal-Baytil-ma’muur” by the much –frequented fane; supreme prototype of sanctuaries being God’s throne,  Ancient house and fighting in the prohibited months is an offence but kept out the Muslims from the Sacred Mosque, such intolerance are deservedly  called worse than slaughter.  Reminding to the North Arabian tribe Quraysh referred to the neighborhood tribes and dwellers of Mecca who rejected their prophets and worshiping deities Laat Uzza  Manat in Mecca  including  place  of their destructions  lies  near the Dead Sea on the highway from  Mecca to Syria. Quran does not permitted Ka’ba at Mecca superseded from its original place.

Before revealed Quranic texts Bible says the Tabernacle through Baca valley is called M’kkh in the North Arabia

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The structure referred to in Scripture as the tabernacle was the center of the worship of Yahweh by the people of Israel from shortly after the exodus until it was replaced by Solomon’s temple around 960 B.C. The term “tabernacle” is sometimes used to refer to one part of a larger complex: the tent-like structure that stood within a court enclosed by linen curtains. At other times the term describes the entire complex.

Hadith says prophet Abraham brought Hagar and Ishmael in Paran valley Mecca with (Kada) Upper & (Kuda) Lower quarter

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Prophet Abraham brought Hagar and her son Ishmael while she was suckling him, to a place near the Ka’ba under a tree on the spot of Zam-zam, at the highest place in the mosque. Ishmael’s mother followed him saying, “O Abraham! Where are you going, leaving us in this valley where there is no person whose company we may enjoy, nor is there anything (to enjoy)?” She repeated that to him many times, but he did not look back at her then she asked him, “Has Allah ordered you to do so?” He said, “Yes.” She said, “Then He will not neglect us,” and returned while Abraham proceeded onwards, and on reaching the Thaniya where they could not see him, he faced the Ka’ba, and raising both hands, invoked Allah saying the following prayers: ‘O our Lord! I have made some of my offspring dwell in a valley without cultivation, by Your Sacred House (Ka’ba at Mecca) in order, O our Lord, that they may offer prayer perfectly. So, fill some hearts among men with love towards them, and (O Allah) provide them with fruits, so that they may give thanks.’ (14.37) Ishmael’s mother went on suckling Ishmael and drinking from the water (she had).

MAKKA IN LATE OTTOMAN, HASHIMITE AND EARLY SAUDI TIMES.AFTER RUTTER AND WESTERN ARABIA AND THE RED SEA. THE NUMBERS INDICATE APPROXIMATE HEIGHTS IN METRES ABOVE THE CENTRAL VALLEY

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1. al-Masdjid al-Haram—2. Kal’at Adjyad—3. Masdjid Bilal—4. Kal’at Djabal Hindi—5. Kal’at Fulful—
6. Shaykh Mahmud—7. Djarwal—8. Harat al-Bab—9. al-Shubayka—10. Ottoman barracks—11. Walled
garden—12. Graveyard—13. al-Suk al-SaghIr—14. al-Hamidiyya—15. Dar al-Takiyya al-Misriyya—16. al-
Kashashiyya—17. Suk al-Layl— 18. al-Ghazza—19. al-Djawdhariyya—20. Suk al- Habb—21. al-Ma’la—22.
al-Suwayka—23. al-Karara—24. al-Falk—25. Prophet's birthplace— 26. SharIfian palace—27.
Slaughterhouse— 28. al- Safa

ANCIENT ROUTE MEDINA TO MECCA TOWORD NORTH

By William Muir
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(Map described ancient places from Medina Ackaba or Aylah, Petra, Mecca, Muta Dead sea, 
Karak on the north and on the north east corner Dumat al Jandal
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INCONSISTENT MIGRATION ROUTE OF PROPHET (PBUH) MECCA TO MEDINA IN SAUDI ARABIA DOES NOT MATCH WITH ANCIENT ROUTE

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(Current map shows ancient town Petra and Dumat al-Jandal Khaybar and Wadi Qura in the original place
North of Medina but Mecca does not match with Quran Bible and Hadith in the South of Medina)

THE KA’BA IN A NARROW VALLEY ENCLOSED BY THE SURROUNDING HILLS THE QUATER OF THE CITY STRETCHES DOWN AL-MASJDU-L-HARAM IS KNOWN AL-MASFALAH (LOWER) THE HIGHER UP IS CALLED AL-MALAT (UPPER) QUARTER AS PER ARABIAN GEOGRAPHER AL-MUQADASSI

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(Mecca with surrounding Mountains Hills cave Houses Arch and Minarets)

THREE HUNDRED YEARS OLD PAINTING OF MECCA WITH KABA DISCOVERED SURROUNDING MOUNTAINS SAFA AND MARWA CAVE HOUSES AND MINARETS

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(Uppsala Mecca Painting Dated: 1710-1712 Author: Unknown Painting with topographical view of Mecca with the Great Mosque in the center surrounded by the houses of the city and hills, purchased by Uppsala, University Library in 1717 from the Swedish orientalist Michael Eneman who acquired it in Turkey. )

Since the 1880s, the city of Mecca has been photographed and filmed. Even these images, however, are of road to Arafat is realistically rendered, as it goes to the north first and then bends sharply to the east. These locations are based on four corners of Ka’ba, match with authentic hadiths and Arabian Geography read details Uppsala painting bellow: less value than the Uppsala painting. Paradoxically, though these photos are panoramic, they do not show as many details as the earlier representations did. Therefore, one can conclude that the Uppsala painting remains an absolute summit in Hajj representations and has never been surpassed, even by later techniques of coloured pictures or photographs.

The Uppsala painting is orientated from the perspective of Mount Sha`b Ali, northwest of the Ka’ba. This mountain provides an excellent view of the Ka’ba and Mecca, and it looks to the sa’i area, where the rite of running between the hillocks of Safa and Marwa takes place, and the northern facade of the Masjid al-Haram. In the drawing, south is in the upper right of the canvas, and north in the lower left. Mount Arafat is correctly drawn to the southeast of Mecca, as is Jeddah, which is painted to the west. See the link:

https://www.academia.edu/37204629/The_Uppsala_Mecca_Painting_A_New_Source_for_the_Cultural_Topography_and_Historiography_for_Mecca

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Retelling Mecca: Shifting Narratives of Sacred Spaces in Volga-Ural Muslim Hajj Account 1699-1845 ,By Danielle Ross see the link:

Retelling Mecca: Shifting Narratives of Sacred Spaces in Volga-Ural Muslim Hajj Accounts, 1699–1945