What is in or under the cube of Mecca – Medina?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 01, 2020 02:48 PM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 01, 2020 02:48 PM

You have a Mecca fixation.This is the second question today on Mecca and Kaaba.Kaaba doesn’t house any shivling..Kaaba is in the shape of a cube-very very different from a pyramid or a shivalinga. It was built as a house to worship one and only one God by Prophet Abraham and his son Ismail (peace be upon them). It’s empty from within, there’s nothing inside.

For quite a long time the ancient Meccans worshipped Allah with no idols etc and then some 300 yrs before the birth of Prophet Muhammad one of the Meccan chiefs travelled to Syria and Iraq and brought some idols from there and installed them around the Kaaba. Slowly the idols increased in number, people forgot to worship the true God and many of these idols even entered the social life of surrounding tribes.

The Prophet began his mission by calling on people to worship one true God and stop worshipping idols made of stone, wood etc and finally he was able to break all of these idols when Mecca was conquered by Muslims.

Pagan Arabs did not worship any shivalinga-they worshipped a lot of female goddesses and Allah was their High god-no idols were ever made of Allah

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