There is a Mount in Arafat, which name is Jabal-e-Rehmat. There is a White pillar which shows the exact point where Hazrat Adam and Hazrat Amma Hawa rejoined each other after the orders of Allah Almighty from Heaven. Allah Almighty gave them big mercy to both of them and just because of it that the mount is known as Mercy Mount and in Arabic, it is known as Jabal-e-Rehmat. It is a nice historical place to visit. The best time to visit this place is between the Asar and Maghrib. Most pilgrims and visitors come to visit this place and to enjoy the area around it. There are steps to climb to the top of the small mountain and at the top is a big actual pillar named Jabal-e-Rehmat.
The Martyrs of Uhud are a mark of Muslim solidarity. In accordance with Islamic rules and teachings, the graves of the Martyrs of Uhud were marked with buildings and tombs that were demolished in the 1970s. To stop over Madinah is not an Umrah rite, but the sole character of the Prophet’s city, his Mosque and his holy tomb is an attraction for every pilgrim to visit it.
Masjid e Ayesha, from Makah this masjid lies 7.5 km south on the road to Madinah and is the closest of all the border points. Masjid Aisha is also known as Masjid at-Tan’eem marks the place where Ummul-Mu’mineen Aisha (R.A) entered into Ihram for Umrah when the Prophet (PBUH) told her to do so during the farewell Hajj. If you are there with Last 10 Days Ramadan Umrah Packages 2019 to perform umrah you must see this holy ziarat.
On a Friday The Prophet (PBUH) left Quba to head keen on Madinah. Regarding a kilometer from Quba he passed the village of Banu Salim bin Auf. The people of Banu Salim implored: “O Prophet of Allah, you stayed at the homes of our cousins for a number of days, reward us too with something, for they will pride themselves over us till the Day of Judgment that you stayed with them”. The Prophet (PBUH) dismounted and offered his first Jummah in their area. The Masjid e Jumma is constructed in the memory of that incident.
Masjid e Quba is an important place around the Medinah. An Importance of Masjid Quba is mentioned in the following Quranic verse in Surah Taubah: “…certainly a masjid founded on piety from the very first day is more deserving that you should stand in it…”
The Masjid al Meeqat is the place where pilgrims coming from Madinah wishing to perform Umrah or Hajj enter into ihram before they set for Makah.
The Masjidul Qiblatain is historically important to Muslims as this is where the revelation of the Holy Quran came to change the direction of the qibla from Bait-al-Maqdis to the Ka’bah in Makah. Thousands of Muslims all over the globe who will arrive in Makkah with Umrah in UK consultants 2019 for Family with Visa, flight and Transportation they must see this holy ziyarat during their most sacred journey.
During his time in Makah, the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) used to pray towards Bait-al-Maqdis, in front of him with the Ka’bah. When he migrated to Madinah, he prayed towards Jerusalem for 16 months, but he hoped it would be changed to the Ka’bah. During Zohar prayer or it was said that it was Asr, the Prophet (PBUH) had led his Companions in praying two rak’ahs, when he was ordered to turn the face towards the Kaaba by the following revelation from Allah Almighty in the Quran in Surah al-Baqarah:
The Prophet (PBUH) turned around towards the Kaaba and the Sahabah copied out of respect. So the Ka’bah became the new qibla of all the Muslims for all time to come. The Masjid al Qiblatain used to exclusively have two mehrabs, one in the direction of Makah and the other towards Bait-al-Maqdis. However, the old mehrab has now been covered.