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Ansari Baksh, Trinidad & Tobago - wrote on 2/16/2003 12:16:30 AM
Comment:It was wonderful to find such information in one article. It would be even better if you were able to include some historical pictures of the Kaba.
Bibi, LONDON - wrote on 2/13/2003 5:10:20 PM
Comment:Exactly the information i've been looking for, my 7 year old daughter has a very inquisitive mind and asks questions non-stop. so extremely helpful, informative and timely
Mohd Haris, India - wrote on 2/13/2003 5:27:38 AM
Comment:This article is very informative, We expecting more articles like this about muslim history from soundvision. This is a fact muslims should know.
Mudassir, England - wrote on 2/9/2003 2:53:13 PM
Comment:Many unknown facts one must know. Insha Allah, the care takers of this Holiest place for muslims read the verse in Holy Qoraan, 'Aja altum siqaayatal hajji wa imaratal masjidil haraami kaman..........(to the end).
This is highly appreciated that you bring these facts on the net for general knowledge of young muslims. Thankyou
Husejn Om., Qatar - wrote on 2/9/2003 11:07:34 AM
Comment:Exellent, very informative with basic
historic details about the heart of Muslim
zkhan, NYC - wrote on 2/9/2003 12:46:59 AM
Comment:Very interesting. I am a teacher and this is information I can share with my students.
Quamrul Ameen Pappu, Dhaka,Bangladesh - wrote on 2/8/2003 4:54:22 AM
Comment:The history is very interesting. As I am a practicing Architect, I expected a bit more about the materials.
BASHARAT MEHMOOD, DUBAI - wrote on 2/8/2003 1:02:41 AM
Comment:Thank you for this information, it really added a lot to my knowledge. I must say its Worth reading for every muslim.
shama husain, UK - wrote on 2/7/2003 5:44:14 PM
Comment:Do read the book entitled The Travels of Ibn Jubayr. He was a Muslim from Spain and travelled to both Makkah and Madinah in 12 century CE. Her givesa wonderful, detailed account of his visit. The kiswah at that time was made of red and green silk and hung down the sides in panels. At that time all pilgrims went inside the Kaaba and he describes what he saw. Please read it so you can add to the details.
Yousuf Uddin, Canada - wrote on 2/7/2003 2:43:43 PM
Comment:This help understand more about the Kaba.