Saudi gov’t reconstructs six Islamic historical sites in Makkah

Saudi gov’t reconstructs six Islamic historical sites in Makkah
The Saudi government is carrying out reconstruction and renovation projects in six Islamic historical sites and museums in the holy city of Makkah. (Indonesia Window)

Jakarta (Indonesia Window) – The Saudi government is carrying out reconstruction and renovation projects in six Islamic historical sites and museums in the holy city of Makkah.

The sites included the Hudaybiyyah region where the Radwan Pledge took place in the sixth Hijri year, when Prophet Muhammad ﷺ brokered a peace treaty between him and his followers and the Quraysh clan.

The other sites are Bir Tuwa (the Well of Tuwa), Jabal Thawr, the 1,200-year-old water well and canal Ayn Zubaydah, the Mina site where the Al-Aqaba Pledge took place and Jabal Al-Nour, the Cave of Hira.

One of the most important projects is the Jabal Al-Nour Cultural Center.

The mountain houses the Cave of Hira, which has tremendous significance for Muslims because it is where the Prophet ﷺ is said to have had the first revelation and received the first verses of the Holy Qur’an.

Reporting by Indonesia Window

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