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The call from the minaret seems to both
illuminate as well as resonate the night...
As the Hajji is drawn again towards another
magnificent sight.
In beauty, what city could be fairer than
Madinah al Munawwarah?
No longer required to wear the Ihram,
Towards Masjid An Nabi they come.
All are observing Hijab, feet still clad in sandals,
Entering Holy Places that are free of scandal.
A public address system beyond compare,
That permeate and diffuse the sweet recitation
of Qur'anic Verses everywhere.
Other than Makkah, there is no place where the
Muslim is more free ... than here in Masjid An Nabi.

Habib Abu Lateef


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