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In the province of Hejaz in the western part of Arabia not far from the Red Sea there lies the town of Makka In the centre of this town there is a small square building made of stones about 60 feet long 60 feet wide and 60 feet high Since time immemorial this town and this stone built house has been known to world travellers This is Baitullah the House of Allah Its sanctity and antiquity is older than history itself Tradition goes that the Kaaba was ordained by Allah to be built in the shape of the House in Heaven called Baitul Maamoor Allah in his infinite Mercy ordained a similar place on earth and Prophet Adam was the first to build this place Quraan brought this story into the full light of history 90 Quraan says Allah has spoken the Truth therefore follow the creed of Ibrahim a man of pure faith and no idolater390 The first house established for the people was at Makka a Holy place and a guidance to all beings Quraan firmly establishes the fact that Ibrahim was the real founder of the Holy Shrine When Prophet Ibrahim built the Holy Shrine in Makka his prayers were that this place should remain a centre of worship for all good and pious people that Allah should keep his family the custodians of the Holy place Ever since Ismael the son of Ibrahim who helped his father to build this place and his descendants remained the custodians of the Holy Shrine Prophet Ibrahim built this House for devout worship to one God But within his lifetime people disobeyed his orders and began to put idols inside the Kaaba Ibrahim had to clean the House of these idols and of Idle worshippers He told the people that this was a symbolic house of God God does not live there for He is everywhere People did not understand this logic Historically when Ibrahim
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