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Makkah is the place where the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, was born - the place where God's message was first revealed to him and the city to which he returned after the migration to Madinah in 622 AD.
Makkah is the blessed city which is the most beloved land in the sight of Allah (swt) and the chosen location of his House. It was here that the final prophet and guide of the whole of mankind, Muhammad (s.a.w.), was born and commenced his Prophethood. Allah (swt) has called Makkah by five names in the Holy Quran: Makkah, Bakkah, Al-Balad, Al-Qaryah and Ummul-Qura.
Makkah is a holy city, and non-Muslims are not permitted to enter it. But for Muslims the pilgrimage to Makkah, or the hajj, is one of the basic tenets of the religion. Each year, over 1,000,000 people visit during the month of pilgrimage. The core of Mecca, including the commercial district, surrounds the al-Haram or Great Mosque, which can hold 300,000 people. Inside the mosque, the Kaaba (a shrine enclosing a sacred Black Stone) and the well of Zamzam are located. They are the focus of the pilgrimage.
The Masjid al Haram is a mosque in the city of Mecca (or "Makkah"). It is considered by Muslims to be the holiest place on Earth and is the focal point of the hajj pilgrimage required of all able-bodied Muslims as one of the Five Pillars of Islam.
According to Islamic tradition, the mosque was built by Ibrahim (Abraham) with the help of his son Ishmael. They were ordered by Allah to build the mosque, and the Kaaba contained therein is supposed to be a model of the house of God in heaven. The Kaaba also contains the Black Stone which supposedly fell from heaven and turned black due to man's misdeeds. The story of Ishmael and his mother's search for water also takes place in the general vicinity of the mosque. In the story, Hagar runs between the hills of Safah and Marwah looking for water for her son, until God eventually reveals to her the Zamzam Well, from where water continues to flow to this day. The episode of Hagar's frantic search for water is emulated by Muslims as they run between the two hills whenever they visit Mecca.
The mosque itself has always been an important part of Arab culture. Even in per-Islamic days it was a site for pilgrimages by pre-monotheistic Arabs, who filled the Kaaba with idols of the gods they worshiped. This episode is seen as a corruption of what the Kaaba was meant for, and the fact that they had strayed from the path of God explains why God sent Muhammad as a messenger to the people of Mecca. Muhammad's grandfather, Abu Muttalib, was a caretaker of the Kaaba, and Muhammad spent much time there in prayer and reflection.
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