Prophet Mohammad ‎ﷺ‎‬ said this 1400 Years ago!

Prophet Mohammad ‎ﷺ‎‬ said this 1400
Years ago!
will no longer be used as a means
of transport;
* People will ride on saddles that aren’t saddles
* The distance on earth will
become short;
* Horses will not be used in wars;
* Muslims will defeat the
Byzantines which will end
with the conquest of
Constantinople – Istanbul);
* The Jews will gather again to live in Bilad
* Very tall buildings will be
* The disappearance of
knowledge and the
appearance of ignorance, with much killing;
* Adultery will
become widespread, and the drinking of
wine will become common;
* The number of men will
decrease and the number of
women will increase until there are 50 women to
be looked after by one man.
* Islam will become worn out like clothes are,
until no one will know what fasting, prayer,
charity and rituals are;
* Allah will send a disease
to fornicators that will have
no cure (Aids?);
* People will begin to believe in the stars and
*Men will pass by
people’s graves and say: ‘Would that I were in
his place’; (large
amount of suicidal deaths?)
* The Euphrates will uncover a mountain of gold
which people will fight over (the river of Alfurat
lies near Syria );
* Two large groups of people will fight one
another, and there will be many casualties;
they will both be
following the same religion (World War II?);
* Approximately 30 DAJJALS will appear, each
one claiming to be the messenger of ALLAH;
* Earthquakes will increase;
* Time will pass quickly;
* Afflictions will appear;
* Killing will increase;
* Wealth will increase;
* Women will be wearing clothes but not
wearing clothes
* When any gain is shared out
only among the rich,
with no benefit to the poor;
*When a trust becomes a
means of making profit;
* When paying ZAKKAT becomes a burden;
* When voices are raised in the mosque;
* When the leader of a people is the worst of
when people treat a man with respect because
what he may do;
* When much wine is
*red wind or the earth
swallow them, or to be
transformed into animals.’
OF THE HOUR: The Quran will
disappear in one night, even from the people’s
hearts, and no
Ayah will be left on
earth. (Some groups of old people will be left
who will
say: ‘We heard of fathers’ saying
‘LAILLAHA ILLA ALLAH’ so we repeat it);
* The appearance of the MAHDI;
* The appearance of the DAJJAL (Anti Christ);
* The appearance of Ya’juj and Ma’juj
(biblical Gog and Magog);
* Isa (Jesus) will come during the time of Dajjal;
* The rising of the sun from the west;
* The destruction of the Ka’aba and the
recovery of
its treasures;
* The smoke.
Just remember- Allah is watching you.
As we look at this article we
realize how true the
Messenger (P.B.U.H) was, these signs were
prophesied 1400 years ago!!! Now you have two
options here :
1- Leave this message & let it sit here.
No curse
(In sha-Allah)
2- Forward this message to a number of people
know and by the grace of Allah
you will be rewarded for
each person you forward this to.

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10Sahaba that were promised Jannah

The greatest and most profound achievement of this world is to make jannah (paradise). From the commencement of life on earth till this day and generations to come, the only hope that we as muslims are optimistic about is the belief that someday all our ups and downs shall come to an end and we will be rewarded bountifully in paradise. With the grace of Allah some among the muslim ummah have known of their fate that their final abode is jannah. With that in mind, below are some of the 10 luckiest people to walk the surface of the earth.

#1.Abu Bakr As-Siddiq (573-634 C.E)

Abu Bakr (R.A)’s real name was Abdullah, and he was given the title of “As Siddique” or” Testifier to the Truth.” His father, ‘Uthman, was known as Abu Quhafah and his mother, Salma, was known as Ummul Khair. He was two and a half years younger than prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) and the first among men to enter Islam. Abu Bakr (R.A) was always a very close Companion of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W). He knew him better than any other man.

#2.Umar bin Al-Khattab Al-Faruq (584-644 C.E)

He reigns from Quraish, the tribe of Banu Adi. And lived as one of the most powerful and most influential muslim caliphs known in history and succeeded Abu Bakr as the second caliph. This is the man whose name is paired with justice and truth, strength and courage, and asceticism and godliness. His name is linked to piety, observing and fearing Allah, and crying out of fearing Him. This man is known for his intuition and intelligence, his accuracy of vision and insight, of being conscientious, and of conquering the desires of the self. He was nicked “Abu Hafs” by the messenger prophet Muhammad (SAW). He is one of the guided Caliphs and one of the in-laws of the Prophet (SAW). He is also one of the senior scholars and puritan of the companions. His conversion to Islam, was considered the beginning of a new phase of the call.

#3.Uthman bin Affan, Dhun-Nurayn (577-656 C.E)

Uthman bin Affan was born in Taif, near Mecca approximately six years after the Year of the Elephant to a wealthy family of Quraish in Mecca. The Omayyads, the most influential, strong and wealthiest clan of the Quraish and Uthman was their “golden child”, the most beloved, due to his good manners and shyness. Throughout his life he was known as a kind, generous man and even before his conversion to Islam he would freely give money to help those in need. It has been said that marriage to two daughters of the Prophet SAW had earned Uthman the nickname Dhun-Noorayn (the one with the two lights).

#4.Ali bin Abi Talib (600-661 C.E)

Hazrat Ali was born on the 13th Rajab the month of the Elephant while his mother Fatima was circumventing the Kaaba in Mecca in the year 599 CE. Furthermore, it was said that during his birth he did not cause any pain to mom neither did he cry. Days after his birth his parents had been worried that the baby hasn’t opened his eyes, but when the prophet (pbuh) came to visit and held him one his lap, he opened his eyes and the prophet suggested he be named Ali since he was born in the house of Allah. The love between Ali and the prophet (pbuh) was divine because they had a lot in common; not looks nor attitude but they where both born in the month of the Elephants and both shared a common grand father called Abdul Mutalib.

#5.Talha bin Ubaidullah (596-656 C.E) Talha (R.A) was a member of the esteemed tribe of Abu Bakr (R.A). He was a successful businessman who traveled to the north and south of the Arabian Peninsula and accumulated a lot of profit. The Prophet (SAW) said about Talha (R.A): “He, who desires to see a martyr walking on the ground, let him look at Talha bin Ubaidullah.” [Mishkat, Ibn Hisham] The Messenger of Allah (SAW) once wore two coats of armour and tried to get up on a boulder, but was unable to, so Talha (R.A) squatted under him, lifting the Prophet (SAW) such that he could sit on the boulder. Allah (SWT) was so pleased with Talha’s help and the Prophet (SAW) informed Talha (RA) that Paradise was now obligatory on him. [Ibn Asakir, Tirmidhi] Talha bin Ubaidullah (R.A) came to be known as “Talha the Generous” and “Talha the Good” for his generosity. He was well known for helping those in debt, households experiencing difficult times, and widows.

#6.Zubair bin Al-Awwam (596-656 C.E) (RA) is well known in the books of seerah as “The Disciple” of the Prophet (SAW). This title was given to him by Prophet (SAW) himself. He was also a prominent companion of the prophet and loved Muhammad (pbuh) very much. His love was not merely due to the relationship between Allah’s Messenger (pbuh) and him. It was due to the fact that the love of Allah’s Messenger (pbuh) is a religious duty. And in fact, once when Az Zubair (RA)heard that the Prophet (SAW) was being attacked, he took his sword and ran to the Prophet (SAWS) and the Prophet (SAW) said, “What are you doing?” He said, “oh! My prophet I heard that you were being attacked.” So the Prophet (SAW) asked, “So what were you going to do then? He said, “I was going to strike the one that was attacking you.” So this became, as the scholars said, the first sword drawn solely for the sake of Allah. He had this special quality of courage and bravery in the battle of Badr. He wore a yellow turban and fought so bravely that Allah (SWT) honored him with something that no other man had been honored with. When Allah says that on the day of Badr he sent 3000 of the angels all wearing yellow turban to fight alongside the Muslims, Allah (SWT) sent those angels all imitating and following Az-Zubair (RA), as the Prophet (SAWS) informed us.

#7.Abdur-Rahman bin Awf (580-652 C.E.) He was one of the first eight persons to accept Islam. He was one of the ten persons who were assured of entering Paradise. He was one of the six persons chosen by Umar to form the council of shura to choose the Khalifah after his death. He accepted Islam only two days after Abu Bakr as-Siddiq did. Abdur-Rahman distinguished himself in both the battles of Badr and Uhud. At Uhud he remained firm throughout and suffered more than twenty wounds. Even so, his physical jihad was matched by his jihad with his wealth. Abdur-Rahman was blessed with an honor which was not conferred on anyone till then. The time of Salat came and the Prophet, peace be on him, was not there at the time. The Muslims chose Abdur-Rahman as their imam. The first rakat of the Salat was almost completed when the Prophet (SAW), joined the worshippers and performed the Salat behind Abdur-Rahman ibn Awf. Could there be a greater honor conferred on anyone than to have been the imam of the most honored of God’s creation, the imam of the Prophets, the imam of Muhammad, the Messenger of God!

#8.Sa’d bin Abi Waqqas (600-675 C.E) Sa’d was born in mecca, 595. His father was Abu Waqqas Malik ibn Uhayb ibn Abd Manaf ibn Zuhrah from the Banu Zuhrah clan of Quraish. Sa’d’s mother was Hamnah bint Sufyan ibn umayya ibn Abd shams ibn Abd Manaf. He was seventeen years old when he embraced Islam. His son was Amar ibn Sa’ad who played an active and important role in Battle of ka’aba. Sa’d was the seventeenth person to embrace Islam. He is mainly known for his commandership in the conquest of Persia in 636, governorship over it, and diplomatic visit to China in 616 and 651.

#9.Sa’id ibn Zayd (593-673 C.E) Sa’id bin Zaid RA was born in Makkah in the year 22BH (Before Hijrah) (600 CE). He inherited his father’s religious beliefs of Islamic Monotheism, and accepted Islam at an early age. Sa’id bin Zaid RA with his wife accepted Islam when only a handful where muslims. They went through all sorts of abuse, ridicule and torture because of their decision. Sa’id bin Zaid RA and his wife Fatimah binti Khattab (RA) were instrumental in the conversion of Saidina Umar bin Khattab (RA) who became one of the greatest followers of Islam. Sa’id bin Zaid RA briefly served as the ‘Amil (Governor) of Damishaq (Damascus), but voluntarily resigned so as to participate in Jihad (Striving for the Cause of Allah) for Sham (Syria). Sa’id bin Zaid RA served in the Islamic army of conquest for a long time and played an important role in making the region of Iraq and Syria become part of the Islamic land.

#10.Abu Ubaidah Aamir bin Abdullah bin Al-Jarrah (583-638 C.E) He was described as the “Amin” or Custodian of Muhammad’s community with dignity and grace, a handsome, pleasant, well spoken man with a tall, slim physique and bright sharp eyes. These were the physical good looks of a man whom the Prophet said: ‘Every Ummah (nation) has a trustee: the trustee of my Ummah (nation) is Abu Ubaidah bin Al-Jarrah.’ By character and nature, he was very humble and modest. Amongst his friends, he was gentle and soft as silk. When it came to war, he was as hard as iron. During the battle of Uhud, he lost his two front teeth. It was within this battle that two of the iron links of the Prophet’s helmet pierced his blessed head. Hazrat Ubaidah bin Al-Jarrah pulled them out with his teeth. His integrity and honesty was unparalleled even amongst the companions of the Holy Prophet

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Amazing Anger Management Tips from Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and Islam, the Religion of Peace

Anger is a natural feeling experienced by every person. Although it is natural, anger can have serious consequences for us as well as the people around us. According to a narration by Abu Hurayrah, may Allah be pleased with him, a man said to the Prophet (PBUH), “Advise me.” He replied, “Do not become angry”. The man repeated his request several times, and each time the Prophet (PBUH) told him, “Do not become angry” (Reported by al-Bukhari).

It can’t be clearer that the Holy Prophet (pbuh) even advised against anger, so today we’re going to share some ways and tips recommended by the Quran and Sunnah, to control your anger.

1. Seek refuge with Allah

In a hadith reported by al Bukhari, a companion of the Prophet (PBUH) by the name Sulayman Ibn Sard said, “I was sitting with the Prophet (PBUH), and two men were slandering one another. One of them was red in the face, and the veins on his neck were standing out. The Prophet (PBUH) said, ‘I know a word which, if he were to say it, what he feels would go away. If he said “I seek refuge with Allah from the Shaytan,” what he feels (i.e., his anger) would go away’.

2. Be calm and silent

When a person becomes angry, there is high tendency for them to lose control and say things they will regret forever. That is why it is extremely important to stay calm and be quiet. Think about what you are about to do or say. The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: “If any of you becomes angry, let him keep silent”.

3. Change position and make Wudu

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said in a Hadith narrated by Ahmad and Abo Dawood (deemed authentic): “If one of you got angry while standing then sit down, or if sitting down then lay down. If anger does not go away then do Wudu”.

4. Remember the promise of Allah

Allah has promised a great reward for the righteous (muttaqoon) who keep away from the causes of anger and struggle within themselves to control it, as it is one of the most effective ways of extinguishing the flames of anger.

One of the Ahadith that describes the great reward for doing this is, “Whoever controls his anger at the time when he has the means to act upon it, Allah will fill his heart with contentment on the Day of Resurrection” (Reported by al-Tabaraanee).

Another great reward is described in the Prophet’s (PBUH) words: “Whoever controls his anger at the time when he has the means to act upon it, Allah will call him before all of mankind on the Day of Resurrection, and will let him choose of the Hoor al-‘Ayn whoever he wants” (Reported by Aboo Dawood, 4777, and others. It is classified as hasan in Sahih al-Jaami‘, 6518).

5. Remember the Sunnah

The most perfect man ever, our beloved Prophet (PBUH) has set numerous examples from which we can learn. He was a leader, but he only got angry solely for the sake of Allah. If it was not something that affected the religion or something that displeased Allah, he would not be angry.

One of the most famous narrations reported by Anas, may Allah be pleased with him, who said: “I was walking with the Messenger of Allah (saws), and he was wearing a Najraanee cloak with a rough collar. A Bedouin came and seized him roughly by the edge of his cloak, and I saw the marks left on his neck by the collar. Then the Bedouin ordered him to give him some of the wealth of Allaah that he had. The Prophet (PBUH) turned to him and smiled, then ordered that he should be given something”.

Subhan Allah, from this exmaple we can see the Prophet (PBUH) never got angry at others, despite having been treated badly. It only goes to show his self-control and patience.

6. Remember the effects of anger

Anger is like poison. Within minutes it can destroy everything a man has built- marriages, brotherhood, and friendship. It can even lead to bloodshed. One should be conscious of these effects and be very careful with one’s choices when in a state of anger.

7. Remember that Allah is mightier than you

In a hadith narrated in Muslim, a companion of the Prophet (PBUH) named Abo Masood Al Badri said: “I was hitting a slave of mine when I heard a voice behind me saying: Know Abo Masood, Know Abo Masood. I did not comprehend the words as angry as I was until the voice got closer. I turned around and it was the Prophet (PBUH) saying: Know Abo Masood that Allah is mightier on you than you are on this boy. Abo Masood replied that the boy is therefore a free-man. The Prophet (PBUH) said to him that if he did not do just that, then he would have been touched by the fire of hell”.

8. Make du’a

Du’a is the most important and powerful tool of a Muslim. Therefore, we must always pray against evils and for God to protect us against bad behaviour of any form.

There are many du’as that the Prophet (PBUH) used to make and this was one of them: “O Allah, by Your knowledge of the Unseen and Your power over Your creation, keep me alive for as long as You know life is good for me, and cause me to die when You know death is good for me. O Allah, I ask You to make me fear You in secret and in public, and I ask You to make me speak the truth in times of contentment and of anger. I ask You not to let me be extravagant in poverty or in prosperity. I ask You for continuous blessings, and for contentment that does not end. I ask You to let me accept Your decree, and for a good life after death. I ask You for the joy of seeing Your face and for the longing to meet You, without going through diseases and misguiding fitnah (trials). O Allah, adorn us with the adornment of faith and make us among those who are guided. Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds”.

On a final note, keep in mind that anger and reacting to anger does not make you a strong man. The hadith narrates that the Prophet (PBUH) said: “A strong man is not the one who throws people down, a strong man is the one who withholds himself from anger”.

Anger can destroy relationships, health, properties and livelihood. This is because uncontrolled anger is from the Shaytan and he uses it to wreck lives. We must therefore be very conscious of the plot of the devil, and control our anger. There is a better reward for this in this world, and in the hereafter, In sha Allah.

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The benefits of saying Bismillah

The Benefits of Saying Bismillah

The word ‘Bismillah’ simply means In the name of Allah. According to a narration, the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Any important work that does not begin with Bismillah is imperfect”. Another version says: “Any important work that does not begin with Bismillah is devoid of Barakah”. In this article, we will look into why Bismillah is so beneficial for believers.

#1. Bismillah, The Essence of Quran:

According to some scholars, Surah Al- Fatihah is the essence of the Holy Quran. Jabir (RA) reported that when Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem (in the name of Allah, the most gracious the most merciful) was revealed, the clouds gave way by moving to the East, the winds ceased blowing, the oceans became calm, the creatures prepared themselves to listen, the shaytaan got pelted with fire from the heavens and Allah (SWT) , swearing an oath by His honour, declared: Anyone who says this name of mine ( Bismillaahir rahmaanir Raheem) upon anything, I will surely impart barakah in that thing, (Durre Manthoor and Ibne Katheer).

#2. Bismillah before revelation:

Ibn Umar (RA) reported that whenever Jibril (AS) used to bring the Prophet (SAW), he would first recite ‘Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem’. This was because Bismillah contains three names of Allah. (a) Allah which is His personal name to indicate that all things happen only by the will of Allah. (b) Rahman which means gracious. Allah is the only one who can keep things from destruction. (c) Rahim which means merciful. Allah is the most merciful and it is only through His mercy that man can thrive or be successful.

#3. Closeness to Allah:

It is narrated in Tafseer Roohul Bayaan said that Allah (SWT) has three thousand names. He revealed one thousand to the angels, one thousand to the Prophets (AS), three hundred are mentioned in the Toraah, three hundred in the Zabur, three hundred in the Injeel, and ninety-nine in the Holy Qur’an. One Name He has kept to Himself; He revealed it to no one. Also, He has condensed all His names into the three names contained in Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem. They are Allah, Rahmaan and Raheem. Therefore, anyone who says Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim, it is as though he has said all the names of Allah.

#4. Protection against the angel of Hell:

It is reported from Abdullah bin Mas’ood that: “Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem” has 19 letters, and the angels of Jahannam are 19. Anyone who says Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem will be protected against the angels of Jahannam.” (Tafseer Qurtubi)

#5. A high status in the hereafter:

Concerning this, it is reported that the Prophet (PBUH) said: “any dua which is begun with is not rejected. Because of saying Bismillaahir rahmaanir Raheem the scales of my Ummah will become heavy on the Day of Judgement. The other people will enquire: ‘Why is the virtues of the Ummate Muhammadiyyah so heavy?’ Their prophets will say: “In the utterances of the Ummate Muhammadiyyah there is such an honourable name of Allah that if it is placed on the one side of the scale, and the sins of the entire creation is put onto the other side then the side with the virtue will be heavier.”

#6. Saying Bismillah before Wudhu:

Abu Hurairah (RA) reported that the Prophet (PBUH) said: “Anyone who does not say Bismillah before wudhu, only the sins committed by the limbs which are washed in wudhu will be washed away; and one who says Bismillah before wudhu, the sins of the entire body will be washed away.” (Mishkat)

#7. Protection against shaytan:

Jabir (RA) reports that the Prophet (PBUH) said: “If a man remembers Allah as he enters his house and when he takes food, the Satan says: no place to stay the night and no food. And if he doesn’t remember Allah as he enters his house the Satan says: I found a place to spend the night. And if he doesn’t remember Allah as he takes food the Shaytaan says: I have found a place to stay the night and have dinner.” [Reported by Muslim and Ahmad]

#8. For cure:

The narration says that once Uthman bin Abil Aas complained to the Prophet (PBUH) about bodily pain. The Prophet (PBUH) told him to place his hand on the part that hurts, say Bismillah thrice and say the dua: I seek refuge in Allah and His might from what I feel and fear. There upon his pain disappeared

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When Allah is Angry

When Allah is Angry

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Importance of guests in Islam, beautifully explained in the Hadith

A woman came to The Prophet ‎ﷺ and complained to him about her husband that he invites too many guests and she has become weary from preparing food for them and hosting them. The Prophet ‎ﷺ did not answer and the woman left.

Sometime later The Prophet ‎ﷺ called the woman’s husband and said, "I am your guest today."

The man was so happy he went home and told his wife "The Prophet of Allāh ‎ﷺ is our guest today."

His wife was ecstatic and spent time and effort and used every bit of food to prepare for the arrival of the Most Honored Guest, The Prophet ‎ﷺ.

After the amazing joy of hosting The Prophet ‎ﷺ generously, The Prophet ‎ﷺ told the man, "Tell your wife to watch the door from which I leave your home."

So the wife watched the door from which The Prophet ‎ﷺ left her home and saw all kinds of creatures, scorpions and other harmful creatures leaving the house behind The Prophet ‎ﷺ, upon which she fainted due to the immense manifestation and greatness of what she had witnessed.

When she came to The Prophet ‎ﷺ, he said to her, "This is what happens when the guest leaves your home, with him all kinds of harm, trials and tribulations and harmful creatures depart from your home, and that is the wisdom behind being generous to one’s guest and becoming weary doing so."

The house in which the guests are frequent and many is a house which Allāh ﷻ loves. There is nothing better than the ‘open house’ for the young and the old. In such a house descends Allāh’s ﷻ Mercy and Blessings from heaven.

The Prophet ‎ﷺ said, "If Allāh wants good for a people, He sends them a gift." They asked "What kind of gift, oh Prophet of Allāh?" He said, "The guest comes with his own provision, and leaves with the sins of the people of the house."

So my beloved, know that the guest is the way to Paradise. The Prophet ‎ﷺ said, "Whoever believes in Allāh and the Last Day must be generous with his guest."
Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 5560; Muslim, 69. This version was narrated by al-Bukhaari.

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Some interesting facts about mecca

सऊदी अरब के मक्का शहर के बारे में कुछ एेसी जांनकारिया जो आपने अभी तक नहीं पढी होगी !

No.1 …सऊदी में पट्रोल डीजल तेल पेदा होता है तथा सोने GOLD के पहाड़ है !

No.2…मक्का दुनियां का एक अकेला एेसा शहर है ज़हां बाजार मार्किट सब कुछ 24 घण्टे रात दिन खुला रहता है !

No.3…यहा ज्यादातर खरीददारी ओरतें ही करती है मगर पर्दे में रह कर फिर भी कभी यहा बलात्कार या छोटी मोटी छेड़छाड़ जैसी घटना भी नहीं होती है यहा रात दिन अौरतें अकेले बिना डर खौफ कहीं भी आ जा सकती है!

No.4…मक्का शहर का कूड़ा कचरा शहर से 70 KM .दूर पहाड़ियो में दबाया जाता है .दुनियां का सबसे बड़ा तीर्थ स्थल होने के बावजूद एक साथ लाखो हज य़ात्री आते है .उसके बाद भी मक्का साफ सफाई में दुनिया का न.1 शहर है !

No.5…मक्का पूरा पथरीला रेगिस्थान शहर होने के बावजूद यहां की जमीन में पानी की एक बूँद नहीं है फिर भी अल्लाह की कुदरत से ज़मज़म के एक कुएे से पुरे साल और पूरी दुनिया में ज़मज़म का पानी जाता है और यहा भी पूरे मक्का और सऊदी में प्रयोग किया जाता है और आज तक कभी कम नहीं हुआ है…..सुब्हान अल्लाह ज़मज़म का पानी कभी खराब नहीं होता .ज़मज़म के पानी में अल्लाह ने शिफा रखी है !

No.6…यहा हजारो तरह के खाने पकते है क्योकि मक्का सिर्फ दुनिया का एक एेसा शहर है जहा दुनिया के हर कोने से हर जगह से लाखो मुसलमान ईकट्ठा होते है!

No.7…मक्का शहर में एक दिन में लाखो मुर्गिया व बकरो अन्य गोस्त की खपत होती है !

No.8…यहा की छाछ ज़िसका नाम (LEBAN) है वो full fat की होती है जैसा भारत का का दूध !

No.9…सऊदी और मक्का में लाखों भारतीय ..पकिस्तानी ..बंगलादेशी …मिस्री..यमन …और लाखो व अन्य देशो के लोग काम करते है सोचो अल्लाह यहा से कितने लोगो के घर चला रहा है !

No.10…मक्का शहर में लाखो AC इस्तेमाल होते है क्योकि यहा हर कमरे में यहा तक के छोटी-सी-छोटी दुकान में भी AC लगा होता है!

No.11…यहा पर 6 और 8 सिलेन्डरो तक की कारे दोड़ती है !

No.12…यहा खजूर के सिवाय कोई फसल नहीं उगती फिर भी दुनिया की हर चीज फल सब्जी वगैरह बेमौसम यहा पर बिकती है …मक्का में 200 क्वालिटी की खजूर बिकती है और एक एेसी खजूर भी है उसमे गुठंली भी नहीं है !

No.13…पूरे सऊदी अरब में कोई नदी या तालाब नहीं फिर भी मक्का और सऊदी में पानी की कोई कमी नहीं है !

No.14…मक्का में कोई बिजली लाइंन बाहर नहीं है सब ज़मीन के अन्दर है !

No.15…पूरे मक्का में कोई नाला या नाली नहीं है !

No.16…पूरा मक्का शहर पहाड़ी इलाके में है फिर भी रोड़ 4 लाइंन .6 लाइंन .8 लाइंन .10 लाइंन और .12 लाइंन तक की सड़कें है और पहाड़ो के अन्दर जो सुरंगे बनी हुई है वो भी 6 लाइंन .8 लाइंन है !

No.17… दुनिया का सर्वश्रेस्ठ कपड़ा यहा बिकता है जबकी यहा बनता नहीं है!

No.18…यहा की सरकार हर पढ़ने वाले बच्चे को 600 से 800 रियाल प्रतिमाह देती है जो इंडिया के 12 से 16 हजार रूपये होता है!

No.19…यहा विकास कार्य के लिये जो पैसा हुकूमत से मिलता है वो पूरा का पूरा खर्च किया जाता है !

No.20…यहां मुख्यतया जैतून, सुरजमुखी और मक्का (मकी -कुकड़ी) का तेल खाया जाता है !

No.21… यहा का कानून दुनिया का सर्वोत्तम इंसाफ करने वाला कानून है यहा चोरी ..लूट ..हत्या ..अपरहण.. जैसे कोई अपराध नहीं है !

No.22… यहा हरयाली नहीं ..पेड़ पौधे नहीं के बराबर है मग़र सांस लेने में कोई तकलीफ नहीं होती है यहा पर वैज्ञानिक रिसर्च भी फैल है !

No.23… यहा हर चीज बाहर से मगायी जाती है फिर भी महंगाई नहीं है …!!!!! शुब्हान अल्लाह
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