Tell Me About Hajj: What the Hajj is, Why it's So Important and What it Teaches Me Hardcover – 1 Mar 2000
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The story of Hajj, the pilgrimage to Makkah, begins over 4000 years ago when, following the Divine command, the Prophet Ibrahim travelled for a long distance till he reached the hot, barren lands of Arabia. There he left his wife, Hagar, and his little baby, Ismail. The story goes on to tell how Hagar struggled to find water for her baby and how at last the miraculous Zamzam spring came gushing out and saved their lives. This is followed by the great sacrifice of Ibrahim, the building of the Kabah and the call to Hajj. This book explains the importance of the annual pilgrimage-one of the pillars of Islam-with a special focus on the Prophet Muhammad's Hajj. These exciting historical events are presented in a simple, informative style, with beautiful illustrations, so that young people may understand and enjoy them.
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Teachers/Librarians: wonderful for grades 5th to 8th - Social Studies/Humanities.
And like it's companion title, Tell Me About The Prophet Muhammad, I'd order TWO copies, cut them apart and laminate these two-page spreads as "desk placemats" for students to pass around! Glossary included, or course.