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09-10-2011 #6I think so Fairy ( Kaba ko muslim sajda nahi karty wo ALLAH ko sajda krty hain or kaba to humain ek side btai gai hai k sab ek tarf rukh kr k nimaz ada krn or agar kaba na hota to jis ka jahn dil karta wahn he sajda krta or masjid main b koi discipline na hota or as u knw islam main nazm-o-zabt ko bohat ehmiyat di gai hai...rite?)
dats wht i needed, bt hw cn u say dis to non-believers?
kya zarorat thi k ka'aba ko sudia may bnya gya? Canada ya Pakistan may b tu bnya ja skta tha?
ab ap log kehy ge k ye tu Allah behtr janta hy k kis chez ko kha hona chahye, Beshak is may koy shak nhi,
r jha tk bt hy mitti ki tu boot (idols) b mitti k bany hty hain r ka'aba b miiti ka bana hy, chahy mitti pak ho na pak is sy kia farak prhta hy?
agr boot ko pak mitti sy bana dia jay tu? tu kia os ko sajda krna jaiz ho gai ga? nhi har giz nhi.
ab ap log khye ge k ayesha non-Muslim hy, Alhamdulillah may Musalman ho, pr Allah Pak ne har chez k pechy koi na koi logic zaror rakhi hy, wo may poch rhi thi ap logo se,
Hmmm Fairy abi ap ny apna Q change kr dya hai..
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fairy sb sy bra logic ye hai k kaba dunia k markaz par hai or kaba k blcul uper Allah tala ka Arsh hai..
09-11-2011 #10Answer:Kaaba is the Qibla i.e. the direction Muslims face during their prayers. It is important to note that though Muslims face the Kaabaduring prayers, they do not worship the Kaaba. Muslims worship and bow to none but Allah.
It is mentioned in Surah Baqarah:
"We see the turning of thy face (for guidance) to the heavens: now shall We turn thee to a Qiblahthat shall please thee. Turn then thy face in the direction of the Sacred Mosque: wherever ye are, turn your faces in that direction."
1. Islam believes in fostering unity
For instance, if Muslims want to offer Salaah(Prayer), it is possible that some may wish to face north, while some may wish to face south. In order to unite Muslims in their worship of the One True God, Muslims, wherever they may be, are asked to face in only one direction i.e. towards the Kaaba. If some Muslims live towards the west of the Kaabathey face the east. Similarly if they live towards the east of the Kaaba they face the west.
2. Kaabais at the Centre of the World Map
The Muslims were the first people to draw the map of the world. They drew the map with the south facing upwards and north downwards. The Kaabawas at the centre. Later, western cartographers drew the map upside down with the north facing upwards and south downwards. Yet, Alhamdullilahthe Kaabais at the centre of the world map.
3. Tawaafaround Kaabafor indicating one God
When the Muslims go to Masjid-e-Haramin Makkah, they perform tawaafor circumambulation round the Kaaba. This act symbolizes the belief and worship of One God, since, just as every circle has one centre, so also there is only one Allah (swt) worthy of worship.
4. Hadith of Umar (may Allah be pleased with him)
Regarding the black stone, hajr-e-aswad, there is a hadith (tradition), attributed to the illustrious companion of the Prophet Muhammed (pbuh), Umar (may Allah be pleased with him).
According to SahihBukhari, Volume 2, book of Hajj, chapter 56, H.No. 675. Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) said, "I know that you are a stone and can neither benefit nor harm. Had I not seen the Prophet (pbuh) touching (and kissing) you, I would never have touched (and kissed) you".
5. People stood on Kaabaand gave the adhaan
At the time of the Prophet, people even stood on the Kaaba and gave the ‘adhaan’ or the call to prayer. One may ask those who allege that Muslims worship the Kaaba; which idol worshipper stands on the idol he worships?
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