Masjid Al-Haram is a large mosque in the city of Mecca, and the largest in Islam.
Did you know that it is the largest religious building on Earth? Can you click on the smallest block below? What about the largest block? Smallest Largest Small Large
It surrounds the Kaaba, the place which all Muslims turn towards each day in prayer and consider to be the holiest place on Earth. Kaba Masjid
Al-Masjid Al-Haram, is named this, because it is forbidden for non-Muslims to enter. It is a place of safety where people may have protection. Allah has forbidden the use of force or violent behavior against anyone in it.
Allah predestined a place of worship on Earth to reflect the house in heaven called al-Baytu l-Mamur, which means 'The Worship Place of Angels'. Al- Baytu l-Mamur is directly above the Kaaba, in Jana.
Every year during the islamic month of Dhul AlHijah, many muslims come to Mecca to perform the Hajj at Masjid Al Haram.
Prophet Muhammad. Prophet Muhammad was born in Mecca. He lived most of his life there. He taught the people to worship Allah and to do good towards each other. He removed all the idols from the holy Kaaba and restored the house of Allah to its proper state. He did this about 1400 years ago. His teachings have spread through many years and many places, all the way to you, so that you and other muslims can carry on the beauty of islam. Islam is a wonderful gift, so share it generously with others. Salla Allahu Alaihi Wa Sallam.
Test what you know. Click on the correct answers. 1. What city is Masjid Al Haram located? 2. Masjid Al Haram is the largest religious building on earth. Masha Allah! Mecca Try Again Medina Try Again Masha Allah True False
3. What building is Masjid Al Haram built around? 4. It is called Masjid Al Haram, because people who arent muslim are aloud to come. Try Again Masha Allah! Try Again Masha Allah! True False
5. What is al Baytul Mamur? 6. Al Baytul Mamur is directly above the Kaaba in Jana. Masha Allah! Try Again. The House in Jana where angels worship Allah. Try Again. The House in Mecca where people worship Allah. False True
Al Imran 3;96 Verily, the first house (of worship) appointed for mankind was that at Bakkah (Mecca), full of blessings, and a guidance for AlAlamin (mankind and jinn).