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Insha’Allah this list is of benefit. (yes, when I have the time links will be added for each location, Insha’Allah) If there are places to add please inform almiskenah. Maybe, if time permits in the future links will be included. Meanwhile you can search the place adding ‘almiskenah’ to be directed to  related posts.

And if you are blessed to be in our Sacred Sanctuaries with the desire to visit certain places then Insha’Allah many of the Sub Continent taxi drivers are more than willing and able to assist. Plus guide books are readily available in several languages in the book shops.

Zirayah in and around Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah
Masjid Nabawi
Rowdha Shareef and the Noble Pillars
Mubarak Hujrah
Places of Houses of Sahabah RadhiAllahu anhum inside Masjid
Houses of the Wives of the Prophet SallAllahu alaihi wasallam
Suffa
Thaniyyatul Wadaa (north)
Masjid Sabaq
Masjid Banu Saida, Saqeefa
Masjid  Ali ibn Abu Talib
Masjid Abu Bakr As-Siddiq
Masjid Al-Ghamamah
Masjid Umar ibn Al-Khattab
Al-Musallah
Masjid Qishla
Masjid Malik ibn Sinan
Al-Manakhah.
Masjid Uthman
Banu Zuraiq (Surah Falaq and Annas)
Ottoman Railway Station
Masjid Al-Suqya and place of Suqya Well.
Masjid Anbariyah
Masjid Bani Dinar, or Masjid Maghsalah
Approximate position of Abu Talha’s garden.
Jannatul Baqi
Banu Zafar (Surah An-Nisaa 41, hadith Sahih Bukhari 4582)
Masjid Ejabah (Banu Muawiyah Aws) and
Masjid Abu Dhar
Cave of Banu Haram
Masjid Banu Haram (Sahih Bukhari 4106)
Masjid Al-Fath (also known as Al-Ahzab and Al-Ala)
Masjid Salman Al-Farsi
Masjid Ali ibn Abu Talib
Masjid Umar ibn Al-Khattab
Masjid Sa’d
Masjid Abu Bakr As-Siddiq
Masjid Fatimah   (17-23 are also known as Sab’ah Masaajid)
Masjid Qiblatain
waterfall, Ka’b ibn Malik story
Masjid Rayah
Masjid Shaikhain
Masjid Mustarah
Masjid Minaratain
Masjid Fas’h (Surah Al-Mujadalah 11)
Shuhadah Uhud
Thaniyyatul Wadaa (south) Tala’albadru ‘alayna
Masjid Al-Jumah
Masjid Quba
Masjid Tawbah
Masjid Misbah
Palace of ‘Urwa ibn Zubair.
Masjid Al-Fadheikh (Banu Nadheer)
Mashrabah Umm Ibrahim.
Dhul Hulaifa, Meeqat
Baidaa’
Salma al-Farisi Date Grove
Place where ‘Abdullah father of Rasulullah SallAllahu alaihi wasallam was originally buried

Jabal Uhud
Jabal Ramah, Aynayn, Archers Hill
Dome of the Molar
Ghar Uhud
Jabal Dhubab
Jabal Sal’a
Sulai’
Jabal Eyr.
Jabal Habshi.
Jabal Thawr
Jabal Ausaiferin
Lava Flow

Dajjal and the Sacred Boundary of Madinah

Wells
‘Ehn Well or Al-Yasira
Ghars Well
Uthman Well
Well of ‘Urwa ibn Zubair
Well of Budha’ah
Well of Arees, or Khatam (ring)

Valleys
Aqiq
Bat’han
Qanaa’

Badr
Khybar
Tabuk
Madain Saleh
Valley of Jinn

Museums

Dar al Madinah Museum

telephone: +966 557168138

http://www.madinahkec.com/en/album/dar-al-madinah-museum

Dawdiyyah Museum in the basement of Dawdiyyah building on Sultana Street

Taiba Civilization Gallery 2nd Floor Aljazeera Commercial Complex +966 531096546

Hijamah clinic 1st floor Dawdiyyah building

telephone 014 8666006 Fax: 014 8666008

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Ziyarah in and around Makkah al-Mukarramah
Hajar al-Aswad
Multazam,
Door of Ka’abah
Shadharwan
Place marking where Jibreel Alaihis Salam taught Rasulullah SallAllahu alaihi wasallam how to pray.
Maqam Ibrahim
Hateem, Hijr Ismail
Meezab
Rukn Yamani
Babul Fath

12 places where Du’a is accepted within Haram

Safa
Darul Arqam
Darul Nadwah
Marwa
Zamzam well

Place where Umm Hani’s house was and where Isra wa Mi’raj began.

Place where the house of our Lady Khadija was.
Banu Hashim
Jabal Abu Qubais
Mubarak Birth Place
Place of house of Abu Bakr
Place of house of Abu Jahl
Place of house of ‘Abbas RadhiAllahu anhu
Masjid Jinn
Masjid Rayah
Masid Shajarah
Masjid Ijabah
Mu’alla cemetery

She’eb Abi Talib
Ajyad
Ibrahim al-Khalil road
Muhassab

Mina
Jamarat
Masjid Khayf
Marker where Ibrahim went to sacrifice Ismail
Masjid Aqaba
Cave of Mursalaat

Arafat
Masjid Namirah
Wadi Urana
Jabal Rahmah
Masjid al-Shukhayrat
Zubayda aqueduct

Muzdalifah
Masjid of the Sacred Monument, Masjid Mash’arul Haram
Wadi Muhassar
Jabal Nur, Ghar Nur
Jabal Thawr, Ghar Thawr
Wadi Dhi Tuwa
Masjid Dhi Tuwa
Masjid Khalid ibn Waleed

Grave of our Lady Maymuna, Sarif,
Grave of ‘Adbullah ibn ‘Umar
Abwa, place where grave of our LAdy Aaminah is.
Usfan, well where Rasulullah SallAllahu alaihi wasallam spat in.
Jamoon, Masjid Fatah, Banu Sulaym
Hudaybiyah
Ta’neem, Masjid Ayesha

Taif
Masjid Addas
Masjid Abdullah ibn Abbas
Masjid Kou’e
Masjid Madhoon
Souk Okaz
Shobrah Palace Museum
Place where Banu Saeedah was and where Halima took our Prophet SallAllahu alaihi wasallam when he was a baby.

Museums http://www.scta.gov.sa/en/Antiquities-Museums/Pages/MuseumDirectory.aspx
Kiswa Factory, Old Jeddah Road
Islamic Museum, Old Jeddah Road
Al-Zaher Palace Museum, Al-Madinah Road
Makkah History Centre 025588889

57 Comments

  • G Mustafa Reply
    March 5, 2012 at 9:44 pm

    dear brother pl send me the list of websites in which i can see all the above holy places and ziyarahs. thanks and regards

  • almiskenah Reply
    March 7, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    Assalamu alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu,
    Dear G Mustafa, I explained in the initial paragraph how to access most of these places on the blog. I realize to have the links would make it easier, but truly I just don’t have the time to attend to doing that these days…Insha’Allah your Du’a would be appreciated.
    Wassalamu alaikum
    ‘SISTER’ almiskenah 🙂

  • Fahim Reply
    April 19, 2012 at 1:11 pm

    Assalamu-alaikum ‘almiskenah’

    MashaAllah your blog has been very useful to me. Insha Allah i planning on an umrah towards the end of April ’12. I looked up a lot of info about the locations from your blog. Jazakumullah-khair for posting all of it. May Allah make it easy for you to give us more “first-hand” information on the holy cities.

    🙂

  • almiskenah Reply
    April 19, 2012 at 2:34 pm

    Wa ‘alaikumus Salam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu,
    Dear Fahim, Alhumdulillah that you have found benefit with this list…Insha’Allah your Umrah is full of Barakah and hearts overflowing with Nur from our Blessed Haramain. Make sure you include a visit to the Dar al Madinah Museum…see the Madinah Ziyarah list for details…all who have visited recently have been very impressed, Masha’Allah.
    Wassalamu alaikum

  • Fahim Reply
    April 19, 2012 at 6:10 pm

    Jazakumullah-Khair Ma’am 🙂 will do inshaAllah. Media is my most favorite place in the whole world! and thank you for the the recommendation on the museum. Wassalamu alaikum

  • almiskenah Reply
    April 22, 2012 at 7:37 pm

    Wa ‘alaikumus Salam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu,
    Dear Fahim,
    Madinah al Munawwarah is probably the most cherished place in the Universe for the majority if the Ummah, Masha’Allah! How incredibly blessed we are by the grace of Allah Ta’ala!
    Wassalamu alaikum

  • Luqman Reply
    July 27, 2013 at 8:34 am

    Salam alaikum sister, I am planning to go umrah next April backpacking style. Do you know how much would it cost for taxi to pay the taxi drivers to visit most, if not all the sites? Also, do you know of any really budget hotels where I could stay during my umrah there? I don’t need 5 star hotels, all I need is a roof, four walls, a toilet and some security to store my bag.

    Thank you in advance, may Allah help you!

    Luqman

  • almiskenah Reply
    July 27, 2013 at 1:42 pm

    Wa ‘alaikumus Salam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu,
    Dear Brother Luqman,
    Insha’Allah your plans will be full of Barakah and your journey be filled with more than you could ever imagine.
    Trying to give you estimates of prices is difficult. Rates change due to the pilgrim seasons. Allahu ‘alum April should not be a peak time, although these past years almost all year round now sees big crowds. Taxis will try to get the most from you especially when they know you are not a local…and there are vaious ways you can do Ziyarah…with a group via bus, or individually in a taxi which if you are coming alone could be expensive if you are considering trying to go to so many places. A vague estimate may be SR200-300 for a three hour trip, approx SR50-60 in a bus…but please take this as being VAGUE. Cheaper hotels are available once you go out of the fancy CBD area…but Allahu ‘Alum if they start the major demolitions of the northern hotels then prices will surely increase due to the demand. But once again a vague price rage for the ‘most basic’ of hotels may be about SR100 out of season. Massive changes are happening which will reflect on prices so please understand what you ask is almost impossible to give answers. Keep making Du’a that Allah Ta’ala will make your journey easy 🙂
    Wassalamu alaikum

  • Ahmed Reply
    October 1, 2013 at 11:49 am

    Assalam alaikum,

    I along with my wife intend to perform umrah right after the Hajj season 2013 inshaAllah. Would you be so nice as to suggest a month in which there is least amount of rush (comparative to other months) both in Makkah and Medinah.

    Furthermore, can you recommend someone who can take us to see all places of ziyarah as i have a deep wish to see all historic places we read and hear about in the history of Islam.

    Looking forward to your reply. I will indeed be very grateful.

    JazakAllah khair

    • almiskenah Reply
      October 1, 2013 at 2:53 pm

      Wa ‘alaikumus Salam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu,
      Dear Brother Ahmed and family,
      Masha’Allah for your intention. May Allah Ta’ala open all doors for your Umrah, Ameen.
      I suggest you go to an authorized travel agent who deals with Umrah in your country and ask when are the Umrah visas open again after the Hajj season and then if you can manage book the moment the visas can be issued. This varies from country to country by a few weeks. But if you aim for the very beginning of the new visa season then the crowds are less. Having said that be prepared for crowds for most of the time now as the Saudis are increasing the numbers each year. Though maybe with the massive Mataf expansion taking the next three years or so then they may try to keep numbers down a little, Allahu ‘Alum.
      Insha’Allah once you know when you are coming be in touch again and I can then email you contacts for Ziyarah. In the meantime do study as much as you can about the main places and familiarize yourselves with layouts of the Haramain, and for your wife to especially look at these two posts…
      http://almiskenah.blogsome.com/2007/07/26/ziyaratun-nabi-04/
      http://almiskenah.blogsome.com/category/ziyaratun-nabi/
      Wassalamu alaikum

  • amjad Reply
    October 2, 2013 at 10:38 am

    Asslamu alikum…
    dear brother , most of the places you have listed above are either demolished or no one knows actual location , no Taxi Driver or any “Mualaam”..infact the people who are living there they do not know where are these places, specificaly to identify the locations after having alot of construction in madina is difficult. so please write only about those locations which are easily identificalbe, so that one shoud not waste his time, money in searchning these places.. and the most important for some identifed location is their athunticity. Regards,

    • almiskenah Reply
      October 2, 2013 at 12:35 pm

      Wa ‘alaikumus Salam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu,
      Dear Brother Amjad,
      JazakumuLlahu khaira for your feedback, but I respectfully need to clarify some of your assertions. But first I will indulge you in a story. A close Saudi family, born and lived in Madinah for generations, live in a four story family complex on the outskirts of Madinah where one can overlook Haram and beyond to Jabal Uhud. The first time I shyly asked if I could see the view I commented how stunning it was that they could open a curtain and see Haram and Jabal Uhud in all it splendour. The reaction was one of shock, with the lady of the house saying, ‘No, that is not Jabal Uhud…that is just one of the other mountains!’ I have come across this same attitude many times. Many of the locals do not know the geography or history or locations/stories related to the Seerah. So, yes, many of the Saudi taxi drivers may not know…but there are countless others who do know of these locations. One can easily find such drivers.
      I have personally visited all the places I have written about. And yes, many no longer appear as they should…that is preserved and marked for the Ummah to learn about. Firstly because of developments and secondly because of the unfortunate attitudes of ‘authorities’ who have thought in their wisdom that so many places related to our glorious history should be demolished or hushed up. Take the case of cementing the opening of Ghar Uhud! Forget about the ‘bid’ah argument’…the mere desecration of one of Allah Ta’ala’s creation is treated in such a way, even now, draws tears. Plus the senseless boarding up of the small window that one could look into the dry B’ir Ghars…or the 24/7 policing of the Badr site so one is not even permitted to look over a wall!!! On and on one could list examples. And yes…visit Yanbu and see the amazing reconstruction of the house of ‘Lawrence of Arabia’…read history to see what he did to Muslims, and yet the place where he temporarily stayed has been given such prominence.
      And even if many of the sites are physically covered by modern buildings, or whatever, no authority can EVER erase the actually piece of ground that witnessed the various aspects of our Deen. Alhumdulillah for centuries of caring scholars…and mostly from outside the Kingdom, eg the Ottomans and from the Sub Continent, who have knowledge that has been passed down, and who continue to pass this down, Alhumdulillah for their LOVE of the Deen in keeping these places alive in hearts.
      I have indicated most of the places I have written about on google maps within the post. And for those who have asked for more specific details I have provided that…either on the blog, or by email…or by actually accompanying many over the years on Ziyarah. Others who come for Hajj or Umrah requesting a guide then numbers are given to them.
      As for wasting time and money…when the intention is correct as to why one is trying to find a place or do anything then there is no such thing as waste.
      May Allah Ta’ala shower you and yours with Barakah and Noor, Ameen.
      And may Allah Ta’ala forgive me of any wrong or misleading comments.
      By the way, I am a sister 🙂
      Wassalamu alaikum

  • Nasser Reply
    October 2, 2013 at 3:45 pm

    Dear brother Amjad
    Most of the places in Madina tell the stories of Rasulullah and Sahaba. Whether demolished or not the locations are in the books and in the hearts of Muslims.
    Ottomans gave a great favor to the Umma by preserving some of these sites. Despite the efforts of some to make these sites disappear, the sites are not going away, but these people are wasting their time, money and effort on unattainable goals.
    So I applaud the SISTER responsible for the site Almiskeenah, for her fruitful effort that is appreciated by Muslims the world over.
    Your claims about people living in Madina not knowing the sites are wishful thinking rather than reflecting informed opinion.
    I would urge you to put some effort in learning before speaking, this is the advice of our Rasul in SAHIH Hadith.

  • amjad Reply
    October 2, 2013 at 5:43 pm

    asslamualikum,
    Jazak ALLAH khair …my sister and my brother Nasser,
    first let me admit ..yes,,i have not gone through this site ..Yes ..i agree ” put some effort in learning before speaking”.. i admit my comments was just a quick reaction after lukin at ziyarah places list… reason is simple, they way all places are listed at a first glance it look like all these places are in place ( in from of mosques or so )as they were 1400 years back, i did not see any comment in front of any place that whether it still exists or its been demolished, or form is been changed etc. i can give you numbers of examples from your above list even ,,places which does not exists any more, converted to roads, or buildings, parks, offices or cemented etc. .. .. anyhow jazak allah for your great work, i will go through the site in sha allah and surely will come back to you for any clarification or more details or may be with some arguments ..
    and yes my dear brother nasser about “Your claims about people living in Madina not knowing the sites are wishful thinking rather than reflecting informed opinion i must admit that i am very good in ” Wishful thinking” although i have been living in middle east from the last 10 years and have spent years in makkah, madina, yemen, Syria, Egypt, Jordan visiting holy places , digging history Al Ham Du lillah and recently has started working on same project on which our sister is already have worked alot… sister: in sha allah i will get back to you once i am done with my research and surely would share my work with you and to umma through your page ..in sha allah

  • amjad Reply
    October 2, 2013 at 6:11 pm

    sister could you please pass me ” marked google map” as mentioned in your post, i tried to have one from your earlier post , but its not working…Jazak Allah khair,

  • almiskenah Reply
    October 3, 2013 at 10:15 am

    Assalamu alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu,
    Dear Brother Amjad,
    the Ziyarah tab is JUST a list…and that is what it says describing that page. Details for each of the sites are within the eight and a half years of posting.
    Navigating the older original pages is a little difficult as the blog began with ‘blogsome’
    Please go to the ‘locate’ tab at the top of the page for how to access the earlier posts.
    This is the link for the first google map, then subsequently each place has a detailed google map. Insha’Allah this helps.
    http://almiskenah.blogsome.com/2006/09/25/virtual-tour-01/
    Eg…here are a couple more
    http://almiskenah.blogsome.com/2006/08/23/virtual-tour-9/
    http://almiskenah.blogsome.com/2006/09/25/virtual-tour-07/

    Wassalamu alaikum

  • AbuHamza Reply
    October 3, 2013 at 6:58 pm

    Assalamu alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi,
    Dear sister
    its an outclass work, speech less,,,Masha Allah, ..its all Allah ” Rehmat” that he is chosen you to do this great job…may Allah Shower his blessing on you and who ever supported you , helped you in getting all this stuff…..
    sister could you produce a single Google Map covering all locations? i mean the final one which should contain all in one, if its already there could you please share it.
    and one more thing ,,i do not know where are you from, as i believe we Pakistani/Indian/Bangladeshi people really need to have all this stuff in URDU,like its almost 40 % of umma is in these areas and we do not find any Urdu book/site covering all these information so is there any plan to lunch Urdu website?
    latter on one can easily get the stuff and may be try to share stuff in newspapers, magazines, books so that more n more people can get to know Islamic land marks?

    JazakaLLAH for sharing all the stuff .
    Assalamu alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi,

  • almiskenah Reply
    October 4, 2013 at 7:56 pm

    Wa ‘alaikumus Salam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu,
    Dear Abu Hamza,
    all your kind words are greatly appreciated, JazakumuLLahu khaira. Sadly I can not translate to Urdu as I am an English speaker 🙂
    The ting with trying to add all the locations on one map means it becomes indistinct…as the original one linked to in the comment above yours. But what I can do Insha’Allah is create this map again as the blog now accommodates larger sized photos so it may be clearer…but this will cover the central area of Madinah. In the past we have made huge hard copies of the greater Madinah area, but this is not an option any longer. Insha’Allah I have added your request to my ‘to do list’ so look out for a post with maps in the not too distant future. Du’a needed 🙂
    Wassalamu alaikum

  • AbuHamza Reply
    October 5, 2013 at 6:07 pm

    Asslamualikum, warahmatullah
    jazakallahkhair sister, appreciate you response, but wondering why do you need to go for hard copy of map or map in photo format..you could mark all locations on Google earth with comments and share the GE link, one could keep on scrolling to find the locations throughout Saudi Arabia…
    i shall look for an Urdu Translator then…:(
    would request you in this case to allow me to translate your virtual tours in Urdu , i mean only the locations and historical part of the blog, .. so that at least people could use that to figure out and visit the historical places…
    May Allah shower his blessing on you..
    Asslamuailkum warahmatuALLAH

  • almiskenah Reply
    October 6, 2013 at 10:54 am

    Wa ‘alaikumus Salam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa BArakatuhu,
    Dear Abu Hamza and family,
    the hard copies are like a poster…beautiful on the wall…I love looking at the ones we have…so I was giving them as Hadiyah. Will look at GE when a few moments arise…have an exam these days…but when I did check it there are thousands of locations marked…Insha’Allah maybe posting on the blog as well as GE…will see.
    Yes you can translate but please link back to the page you have translated. A big job! May Allah Ta’ala give you tawfiq. There are books in the shops here in Urdu with the places but not the location maps. Not sure what is the best way to go about this?
    JazakumuLLahu khair for your care for the Ummah, Masha’Allah.
    Wassalamu alaikum

  • Jashim Ali Reply
    April 28, 2014 at 5:40 pm

    Assalamu ‘Alaikum,

    I am just emaling following your comment on Deenport.

    The above list is amazing and I will try and visit as many of those places as possible insha Allah.

    Did you say you had a map of Baqi with locations of known graves of the companions for Ziyarah purposes?

    May Allah bless you for your assistance.

    Jashim

  • Jashim Ali Reply
    April 28, 2014 at 5:49 pm

    Also, do all of the above noted places fall within the areas allowed access via Umrah Visa.

    I note At-Taif as one of the places to visit, but believe you need a seperate Visa to go there?

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  • shahid Reply
    May 27, 2014 at 8:51 am

    Dear sir i want ziyarah visa for my wife…plz can you say to me how to i get visa…im Bangladeshi

    • almiskenah Reply
      June 26, 2014 at 8:22 pm

      Assalamu alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu,
      Dear Brother Shahid, all applications for visitor visas need to be made directly to the Ministry of Immigration. They seem to be making such visas very scarce during the expansion projects.
      Wassalamu alaikum

  • Murat Sabah Reply
    June 23, 2014 at 10:32 pm

    hi;
    I visited Asma’ul Husna exhibition last year during umrah. i watched wonderfull videos about world , sky stars and other galaxies. also movement towards up. they measured the distance and explain with Quran.
    i would like to download this videos and show the muslims in my country. how can i get this video. please can you help me. my mail is : valuebased@hotmail.com please contact me.

    • almiskenah Reply
      June 26, 2014 at 8:20 pm

      Wa ‘alaikumus Salam Murat Sabah,
      apologies for this long delay. Life been so hectic here. I am not sure how to get a copy of these clips. Insha’Allah I will try to ask, but I am not sure when that may be as Ramadhan times may not suit my plans for the month.
      Wassalamu alaikum

  • Amaduddin Shaikh Reply
    July 16, 2014 at 9:53 am

    Assalam alaikum

    my brothers- any one who live in Madina or work in Masjid Nabwi. Please tell me how I can gain to visit and work in Masjid nabwi any work cleaning, designing, admin, office work any work and please give me department link and site or address. it is my heartist wish to work in Masjid Nabwi….. at any cost…. of my life.

    wassalam

  • Hani Sophea Reply
    November 7, 2014 at 12:07 pm

    Assalamu’alaikum warahmatuLLAH wabarakatuh,

    Dear Sister,

    Thank you for an excellent work … I request permission to share. May Allah ‘Azza wa Jal bless you and us all, the ummah.

    Ameen Ya Rabbal ‘alameen.

    • almiskenah Reply
      November 7, 2014 at 5:46 pm

      Wa ‘alaikumus Salam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu,
      Dear Sister Hani,
      JazakiLlahu khaira for your kind words. Alhumdulillah.
      Sharing is always OK. All I request is for the link to refer back to whatever may be passed on which I am sure you would do 🙂
      Wassalamu alaikum

  • Falaq Reply
    January 3, 2015 at 2:40 pm

    Assalam alaikum

    Praying you are well. I would really appreciate it if you could please suggest someone that takes people on ziyaara and speaks English. There is a family that is arriving in Madina on Monday, Jan 5 and as this is their first time, they would really like to be taken on ziyaara.

    Jazakum Allahu khairun

    • almiskenah Reply
      January 9, 2015 at 4:24 pm

      Insha’Allah you were able to complete blessed Ziyarahs.

  • Nadia Reply
    March 24, 2015 at 10:23 pm

    Salaams sister. Could you please recommend someone who can speak English and take us on ziyarat in Madinah

    • almiskenah Reply
      March 29, 2015 at 12:29 pm

      Wa ‘alaikumus Salam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu,
      Dear Sister Nadia, Insha’Allah my reply is not too late for your visit and Ziyarah. I will quickly email a contact for you. But many find by asking at the reception of most of the hotels they are able to get drivers to take you. A lot depends on how extensive you want your Ziyarah to be. Many only take you to the main Masaajid and rather in a rushed manner as money is the motif unfortunately.
      Wassalamu alaikum

  • Saad Reply
    April 24, 2015 at 10:22 pm

    As salamu alaikum, jazakAllah for this post, may Allah reward you. I’ve been looking for something like this. Would be nice is someone would create a map with all the different sacred sites.

    I’ll be making umrah next week inshaAllah with my two young sons, and would like to show them our Islamic heritage. I realize that hotels usually have their ziyarah contacts, but if you know someone of piety who’s willing to stop at the different points and not just do a driveby, please do let me know.

  • Al-Miskeen Reply
    June 15, 2015 at 1:05 pm

    Hello from England!

    Jazakallah Khayr for this website. You have been an absolute inspiration and have inspired me to start a project to locate the Holy sites in the Haramain. So far I have 70+ locations and I would appreciate if you assisted me in this endeavour to preserve the history and memory of these Mubarak locations.

    I’ve noticed you have a extensive library (Ma Sha Allah 🙂 and was wondering if you have Dr. Alkadi’s book on this subject. From what I have read he has GPS coordinates for all the sites which would definitely make my mission easier!

    Once again, Jazakallah Khayr for this site. You should have my email address InShaAllah, if you drop me a message I would like to send you a Google Earth Map with the locations I have saved so far.

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  • umar Reply
    September 30, 2015 at 2:30 pm

    Assalamwalaikum Dear Sister,

    Can you please suggest some historical islamic places in Saudi Arabia to visit gain ibrah and make dua.
    Please send me some google location or links so i can save it and visit asap.

    Thanks for the website, getting lot of knowledge.

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