Today will be a full day day of Ziyrats in Makkah. These will include but are not limited to:
It is the cemetery of the people of Mecca, and it is on the way to Mina, The grave of Um-Al-Momeneen Bibi Khadija (the first wife of Holy Prophet) and that of,Prophets’s son Qasim, Asma Bint AbuBaker, Abu-Talib, Abdullah Bin Zubair, and other members of the Holy Prophet’s family , may Allah be pleased with them all, are located in this cemetery.
This cemetery is located near the Al Haram Mosque and one can easily go there to pay homage and respect to the people buried there. There are two sections of this cemetery. One section contains old graves while the other contains new graves and these are the graves of ordinary citizens. This cemetery is also known as Al-Hajun. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) used to visit it frequently. It is the 2nd holiest graveyard of Islam after Jannat-ul-Baqi (Baqi Graveyard).
Jabale Noor: Jabal an-Nour (also Jabal an-Nur or Jabal Nur), (Arabic: جبل النور), meaning “The Mountain of Light”, is a mountain near the city of Makkah in Saudi Arabia. It houses the Hira cave where Prophet Muhammad (sallahu ali wasslam) received his first revelation in Arabic from Allah (s.w.t.) through angel Jibraiel.
Other Ziyarts include some of the following:
- Masjid e Kahf – 70,000 Prophets are buried here
- Masjid e Uqba Ula – In Mina Makkah still the same as it was at time of Prophet.
- Birth Place of the Prophet (Sallalhu Aleh Wasslam)
- Araafat, Mina, Muzdalifah.
- Jabale Rahma.
- Gar e Hira.
- Gar e Tur.
- Qiswa Factory.
- Clock tower, Abraj Mall.Please note we may not have enough for ALL Ziyrats listed.