Kaaba

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Kaaba
holy place
Zuliya wuhibuٱلْكَعْبَة, ٱلْكَعْبَة ٱلْمُشَرَّفَة Mali niŋ
Yɛtɔɣa sabbu gahindaal.ˈkaʕ.ba, al.ˈkaʕ.ba‿l.mu.ˈʃar.ra.fa Mali niŋ
TiŋaSaudi Arabia Mali niŋ
Din be shɛli polonaMaka Mali niŋ
Dini be shɛliMasjid al-Haram Mali niŋ
Tiŋgbaŋ yaɣili calinli21°25′21″N 39°49′34″E Mali niŋ
Significant eventTawaafu, Aʒi, Umrah Mali niŋ
Unicode bachinima🕋 Mali niŋ
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Kaaba[1] (Arabic: ٱلْكَعْبَة‎, romanized: al-Kaʿba, lit.'the Cube',[lower-alpha 1] Arabic pronunciation: [al.ˈkaʕ.ba]), ka bɛ lahi sabirili Ka'ba, Ka'bah bee Kabah, ka saha shɛŋa bɛ booni li al-Ka'ba al-Musharrafa (Arabic: ٱلْكَعْبَة ٱلْمُشَرَّفَة‎, romanized: al-Kaʿba l-Mušarrafa, lit.'the Honored Ka'ba',[lower-alpha 2] Arabic pronunciation: [al.ˈkaʕ.ba‿l.mu.ˈʃar.ra.fa]), di nyɛla kuɣa duu din zani Musulinsi jiŋli din mali darija mini kasi sheei, Masjid al-Haram din be Mecca, Saudi Arabia.[2][3][4] Musulinima nyami ka di nyɛ Bayt Allah (Arabic: بَيْت ٱللَّٰه‎, lit.'House of God' (Naawuni duu)) ka nyɛ "qibla" (Arabic: قِبْلَة‎, jiŋli ni puhiri kpari shɛli polo) n zaŋ ti dunia Musulinima zaa. Saha ŋɔ duu maa nyɛla bɛ ni daa labi mɛ shɛli di ni daa niŋ ka buɣim di n-saɣim shɛli "siege of Mecca", Umayyads yuuni 683.[5]

Musulinsi Adiini piligu, Musulinima daa zaanimi n-tuhiri Jerusalem bɛ jiŋli puhibu ni pɔi ka naan yi ti zani n-tuhi Kaaba, Musulinima dihimi tabili ni kahigibu n daa nyɛli zaŋ chaŋ Muhammad sani.[6]

Musulinsi Adiini wuhiya, ni Kaaba nyɛla din labi mɛ pam taarihi puuni, di bahi bahindi Ibrahim (Abraham) mini o dapala Ismail (Ishmael), o ni daa labina Mecca yuun bɔbigu nyaaŋa o ni daa che o paɣa Hajar (Hagar) mini Ismail n bahi ni ka di nyɛla Naawuni ni puhi o shɛm puuni. Kaaba gilibu nudirigu polo buyopɔin, bɛ ni booni shɛli Tawaf (Arabic: طواف‎, romanized: tawaaf), nyɛla "Fard" (talahi) din be Hajj mini Umrah ni.[4] Luɣ'shɛli din gili Kaaba ka Hajj niŋdiba chani nima ni maa yuli n booni Mataaf.

Kaaba mini Mataaf nyɛla Hajj niŋdiba ni muɣiri. Luɣ'shɛli dabisili kam Musulinsi yuuni puli ni, gbaa yihi Musulinsi goki Dhu al-Hijjah dabaa awɔi dali, Arafah dubu dali, din dali ka bɛ taɣiri sitirili din pɔbili maa, bɛ ni booni shɛli Kiswah (Arabic: كسوة‎, romanized: Kiswah, lit.'Cloth'). Amaa, bɛ ni galisiri ni pam saha shɛli nyɛla nolɔri ni (Ramadan) mini Hajj niŋbu ni, din ni ka Hajj niŋdiba pam laɣindi n-niŋdi Tawaf.[7] Saudi Ministry of Hajj and Umrah wuhiya, niriba 6,791,100 ban yi luɣ'shɛŋa polo na n daa chaŋ Umrah niŋbu Musulinsi yuuni AH 1439 (2017/2018 CE).[8]


Kundivihira[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

  1. Naden, Tony. 2014 .Dagbani dictionary. Webonary.
  2. Butt, Riazat (15 August 2011). Explosives detectors to be installed at gates of Mecca's Holy Mosque.
  3. Al-Azraqi (2003). Akhbar Mecca: History of Mecca. p. 262. ISBN 9773411273.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Wensinck, A. J; Kaʿba. Encyclopaedia of Islam IV p. 317
  5. Wensinck & Jomier 1978, p. 319.
  6. Mubārakfūrī, Ṣafī al-Raḥmān (2002). The Sealed Nectar: Biography of the Noble Prophet (in English). Darussalam. ISBN 978-9960-899-55-8.
  7. "In pictures: Hajj pilgrimage". BBC News. 7 December 2008. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_pictures/7769689.stm.
  8. Umrah Statistics Bulletin 2018. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
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