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What is the Hajj?

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    Every year, millions of Muslims complete a pilgrimage to Mecca called The Hajj. This pilgrimage is obligatory for all Muslims and is considered one of the Five Pillars of Islam. But what does this pilgrimage entail?
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  • @ReligionForBreakfast
    @ReligionForBreakfast  4 ปีที่แล้ว +55

    Watch more videos about Islam on my playlist here!: th-cam.com/video/Qtz4NGzpOco/w-d-xo.html&

    • @vivektandon4509
      @vivektandon4509 4 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      Hello, I am a law student from India and I want to learn about different religions. I would be a great help if you could recommend me some of your favorite books.

    • @barrywerdell2614
      @barrywerdell2614 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      Thank you for a wonderful video. It is so refreshing to hear measured thoughtful videos about Islam without hate or looking down the nose kind of slander. To readers, check out "Modern Iran" by Prof. Grant Farr.

    • @josephmillraney1061
      @josephmillraney1061 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      Andrew, is there a chance you could make a video about Eastern Orthodoxy?

    • @3hotznacot856
      @3hotznacot856 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      ReligionForBreakfast religion has got the world blind

    • @MuhammadZubair-js8og
      @MuhammadZubair-js8og 4 ปีที่แล้ว

      The chosen one was Isaac to be with Abraham without doubt from the Quran. As for the sacrificial story, the Quran doesn’t specify which child.

  • @ABird971
    @ABird971 4 ปีที่แล้ว +726

    “They've built a new bridge to help streamline the stoning of the devil."

    • @michaeldillabough8933
      @michaeldillabough8933 4 ปีที่แล้ว +70

      I definitely chuckled when I heard that.

    • @jackdavids2723
      @jackdavids2723 4 ปีที่แล้ว +9


    • @hebamohamed2739
      @hebamohamed2739 4 ปีที่แล้ว +101

      A symbol of the devil
      He definitely doesn't live there 😄
      It is just symbolic for rejecting one's sins

    • @k.o.5666
      @k.o.5666 4 ปีที่แล้ว +27

      Sounds like a amusement Park or something 😂

    • @gamehunter1010
      @gamehunter1010 4 ปีที่แล้ว +71

      @@hebamohamed2739 it doesn't mean to reject one's sin, its just immitating the Prophet Abraham stoning devil when he was about to sacrifice his son Ishmael for the sake of God

  • @mdhimi
    @mdhimi 4 ปีที่แล้ว +692

    since you are academic person , i should correct something . in Islam Ismail is not better than his brother . for us as Muslims both are equal and both are prophets .

    • @oneing4206
      @oneing4206 4 ปีที่แล้ว +78

      This exactly. I was stunned by that statement.

    • @testtester6520
      @testtester6520 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @Paul : it looks that you mean this . th-cam.com/video/3k6MBedWTww/w-d-xo.html

    • @akbarahmed3078
      @akbarahmed3078 3 ปีที่แล้ว +74

      He said “favourite” son not one is “better” brother than the other.

    • @tobleroneturtle5379
      @tobleroneturtle5379 3 ปีที่แล้ว +50

      @@akbarahmed3078 'Favorite' implies one is 'favored' over the other. Saying one was his favorite implies he would choose one over the other to bestow blessing/love/favors .

    • @igkslife
      @igkslife 3 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      ... I don't see the big deal of it.

  • @JohnWhatshisdoe
    @JohnWhatshisdoe 4 ปีที่แล้ว +297

    Great video! I'd love to see you go into more detail about Zoroastrianism.

    • @carloswater7
      @carloswater7 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      @@harveywabbit9541 the fairy tale Bible is not influenced by Zoroastrianism.
      But the tradition of the Catholic church I believe it is based upon Zoroastrianism.

    • @spawnofchaos9422
      @spawnofchaos9422 4 ปีที่แล้ว +12

      @@carloswater7 The Bible is influenced by Zoroastrianism.The fighr between good and evil did not exist in judaism before the Babylonian exile,the dragon that will destroy a third of the world in the book of Revelation is based on Azi Dahak,a persian dragon who will also destroy a third of the world and the ressurection of the dead at the end of times.

    • @spawnofchaos9422
      @spawnofchaos9422 4 ปีที่แล้ว +5

      @@harveywabbit9541 and no.The 1st humans in zoroastrianism were called Mashya and Mashyana.

    • @carloswater7
      @carloswater7 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      @@spawnofchaos9422 There are many problems with your statement, you're not providing any sorce. Also your statement can be debunked. The legend of Azi Dahak Trace back to 1000 BC, Book the book of Genesis was written around 1500 BC, all biblical scholars agree on that, therefore the story of Genesis is much older.
      Also the meaning of the name "Azi Dahak" is uncertain, the meaning of name "Satan" means accuser.
      Azi Dahak, it is said to have three mouths, Six Eyes and Three heads. But nowhere in the Bible it says that Satan has six eyes three mouths and 3 heads, in the Book of Revelation it says that Satan has seven heads, but thats a symbolic meaning.
      Lastly, Azi Dahak, is the son of Angra Mainyu, Ahuras Mazdas's foe. But Satan he's actually an angel, also son of God.
      In conclusion, we can clearly see that the Bible is not based from Zoroastrianism.

    • @spawnofchaos9422
      @spawnofchaos9422 4 ปีที่แล้ว +5

      @@harveywabbit9541 Actually if you do your research,Set was not always considered evil.He was also considered to be the protector of Ra.Seth was demonized around 1000-500 B.C which is very late for a civilization like ancient Egypt.A better example would be the eternal struggle between Ra and Apophis.

  • @iyadelbaghdadi_kf
    @iyadelbaghdadi_kf 4 ปีที่แล้ว +330

    Thanks for this video. Noted a mistake (I'm Muslim). The Qur'an does not say that Ismael was the favored son, neither does it say that Isaac was favored. Also, in certain early interpretations of the Qur'an, it was Isaac who was almost sacrificed (although today's mainstream interpretation is that it was Ismael).
    Also noting that the "stoning of the devil" is the only Hajj ritual that is not mentioned in the Qur'an.

    • @megamaniscoolrightguys2749
      @megamaniscoolrightguys2749 4 ปีที่แล้ว +12

      Great info. Thank you.

    • @daca8395
      @daca8395 4 ปีที่แล้ว +10

      Someone tempered with the story to use it as a political excuse for hating others. Story is probubly unchanged in returgical arabic, but not everyone knows it, especially non-Arab muslims.

    • @aaronmuller6050
      @aaronmuller6050 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @Alex Sunderland what's wrong with you

    • @Katholikos78
      @Katholikos78 4 ปีที่แล้ว +12

      Elly O false. Aisha was 15-or 16 which was normal right up unto the 20th century in Christianity and Judaism🤦🏻‍♂️

    • @harizu_5182
      @harizu_5182 4 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      @Elly O did ur research on that stuff more,u doesn't know what u trying to talk here

  • @omarsalman1331
    @omarsalman1331 4 ปีที่แล้ว +177

    For an intro video, I think you covered all the essentials perfectly. I watch your Christianity videos to learn, and your Islamic videos to see how well you explain stuff that I already know about (and admittedly, feel strongly about). On both counts, your videos are very well executed. Thank you!

    • @ReligionForBreakfast
      @ReligionForBreakfast  4 ปีที่แล้ว +65

      That means a lot to me, thank you! This is outside my expertise, but I try to rely on academic sources when I cover a topic like this.

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  • @TheChikabum
    @TheChikabum 4 ปีที่แล้ว +173

    There is nothing in Islam that says Ismael is favorable to Isaac or vice versa

    • @TheChikabum
      @TheChikabum 4 ปีที่แล้ว +32

      Paul : You should read the Quran :)

    • @mokieth3456
      @mokieth3456 4 ปีที่แล้ว +9

      @Paul : you should get a life

    • @shahidachoudhury6925
      @shahidachoudhury6925 4 ปีที่แล้ว +18

      Ahmad Badawy
      Exactly. “La Nufarriku bai na Ahadem mer Rusul.”
      “We do not make differences between Prophets.”

    • @WayneParker
      @WayneParker 3 ปีที่แล้ว +13

      @M A Ishmael was Abraham's "first born" son from his "Wife" Hagar. The term wife is used to describe her in the bible. God tells him to sacrifice his first born son, which at the time was Ishmael. I had to read it myself to confirm. Hope you are well :)

    • @tanvirrahman2047
      @tanvirrahman2047 3 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      @M A abraham was not a jew he was a muslim so there was no such law both were son of abraham and prophet of god so both equal

  • @robertsantiago8384
    @robertsantiago8384 3 ปีที่แล้ว +32

    What I love the most about your videos is, that you explain everything without bias or prejudice. You explain the political ramifications as if from a spectators view, refusing to take sides . But explaining each side as that side sees things. Without expressing opinions. You are a gentleman as wall as a scholar. It’s refreshing as well as informative. And I appreciate you. Please continue the great work. I’ve learned much from watching your channel. Much of what I’ve learned has caused me to research further. And consider what I hadn’t previously. Thank you.

  • @LetsTalkReligion
    @LetsTalkReligion 4 ปีที่แล้ว +291

    Bravo! Very well explained, and interesting socio-political perspective at the end. Keep it up!

    • @anneeq008
      @anneeq008 3 ปีที่แล้ว +9

      You two need to do a collab

    • @suspiciousmind192
      @suspiciousmind192 3 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      Wow, man you are here 😱😱

    • @alessandropierre8920
      @alessandropierre8920 3 ปีที่แล้ว

      I can show you the truth and I bet my soul if I can't. quran is handmade not from God of Israel. Beautiful liar is mohamed and his crews have modified from Holy Bible.

    • @alessandropierre8920
      @alessandropierre8920 3 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      Visit Bali they will show you

    • @suspiciousmind192
      @suspiciousmind192 3 ปีที่แล้ว +8

      @@alessandropierre8920 Bible gets more updates than my Call of duty. Go and find the truth...

  • @rileyc1511
    @rileyc1511 4 ปีที่แล้ว +156

    Also, the meat from the slaughtered animals is called “Qurbani” and it is required to be donated to the poor.

    • @imakevideos5377
      @imakevideos5377 4 ปีที่แล้ว +13

      its pretty wierd that streets run blood red, it is the largest waste of meat ever.

    • @mahmoodsayeed4
      @mahmoodsayeed4 4 ปีที่แล้ว +44

      Jack Emanuel you don’t know what you’re talking about!

    • @williamjames212
      @williamjames212 4 ปีที่แล้ว +18

      @@mahmoodsayeed4 yep his an idiot.

    • @takamanch
      @takamanch 4 ปีที่แล้ว +26

      @@imakevideos5377 its for charity you know?

    • @ingenuity168
      @ingenuity168 3 ปีที่แล้ว

      @Stark Industries whatever, it's because you crave to eat meat.

  • @Madigan308
    @Madigan308 ปีที่แล้ว +13

    Thank you for this unbiased explanation! I can't express how much I appreciate learning about religions without having to listen to a pitch to join it!

  • @matthewmelson1780
    @matthewmelson1780 4 ปีที่แล้ว +41

    Just here to say I love your channel. I've learned so much from watching.

  • @TomSuckAtFinance
    @TomSuckAtFinance 4 ปีที่แล้ว +80

    Misconception answered: Muslim don’t worship Kaaba 🤗

    • @TomSuckAtFinance
      @TomSuckAtFinance 4 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      Shia leaders are pretty crazy like Trump lol

    • @news_internationale2035
      @news_internationale2035 3 ปีที่แล้ว

      That Moon rock and crescent symbol mean nothing...

    • @drum4416
      @drum4416 2 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      @@news_internationale2035 Symbols of religion:
      Judaism=Star of David.
      Islam=Crescent Moon and Star.
      And of course there is only one God

    • @m77mmdd19
      @m77mmdd19 2 ปีที่แล้ว +7

      @@drum4416 this symbol was not created from the any of the prophets is God this is because the Ottoman Empire made their flag like that and they made it symbol

    • @namik0644
      @namik0644 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@m77mmdd19 I'd say it should be the prophet's ring if that wasn't the ISIS flag, also its really awkward saying Allah hu akbar nowadays

  • @joelgaddis3867
    @joelgaddis3867 4 ปีที่แล้ว +46

    There was never unanimous agreement among scholars that Ishmael (as) was the son to be sacrificed. By far, the majority opinion is that it was Ishmael (as), but the Qur'an does not actually specify. The episode, however is placed among verses about him. The very earliest opinions, those of the Prophet's (saws) companions, were more evenly divided on the matter. I have always considered it a needless point of division. If God wanted muslims to know, if it mattered, He would have specified it. None of us were present. Allah knows, and we do not. I do not expect you to know that little fun fact, since your area of expertise seems to be early Christianity. I enjoy your channel and appreciate this installment at this very important occasion for muslims.

    • @dafaqu694
      @dafaqu694 2 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      @@jellyfishi_ yes ultimately, that's the lesson for abraham

    • @chlorophyll6154
      @chlorophyll6154 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      Some of it are not correct, if you're not Islam please do not make video about Islam, there's "sah = pass" and "compulsory = wajib" like the stoning is compulsory meaning if you don't do it, it does not voided your hajj, only you need to pay "dam" if you don't do "sah" your hajj is voided, please correct it again or took down this video altogether and in Islam we do not favours any Ishmael or Isaac, all 25 of prophet have the same respectable honourable belief in Muslim, lot of it are wrong

    • @jacobortega2786
      @jacobortega2786 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@chlorophyll6154 the Quran does not state that it is obligatory. Do not bring tradition/Hadith into this.

    • @chlorophyll6154
      @chlorophyll6154 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@jacobortega2786 Islam is not Christian, we don't reference only to Quran "literally" Hadith is not tradition, if you said tradition then maybe school shootout in America is tradition too
      Just because you flip some pages doesn't mean you know it all

    • @jacobortega2786
      @jacobortega2786 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@chlorophyll6154 you stated wajib as compulsory but compelled by who? Not by Allah. So compelled by Islamic scholars = tradition. Several Hadiths are tradition. Several are “sayings” by the Prophet and several are explanations of what we read in the Quran to better understand.

  • @josephmillraney1061
    @josephmillraney1061 4 ปีที่แล้ว +9

    Very informative, Andrew. Thanks for making this video.

  • @sonofagun00
    @sonofagun00 4 ปีที่แล้ว +18

    Can you explain to me how Islam claims that Ishmael is the preferred son? There is no evidence or statement textually to suggest that. Both Ishmael and Isaac are considered prophets to their people. Ishmael was the first born and married into Arabs whereby his children were Arab naturalized. The only prophet from the lineage of Ishmael is Muhammad.
    Isaac on the other hand according to the Quran and bible has in his lineage Jacob, Joseph, Moses, David, Solomon, Zakariya and John the Baptist.
    The question in Islam has never been about preferred son. The Islamic belief is that Ishmael was the sacrificial lamb as he was the eldest son, but this doesn’t suggest that he is preferred.
    Just wanted to point that out.

    • @SpJrD
      @SpJrD 4 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      It’s Not that Ishmael was a preferred per se, Ishmael was first born son, so the event of sacrificed naturally happens to him.
      First born son are Always the dearest, that’s just natural to make it difficult for Abraham to do the sacrifice.
      Second, in Genesis 21:18 the story clearly shows that when Hagar was searching for water for Ishmael in the desert and angel told her he will have a great nation. This is a prophesy that something good will happen. Eventually, Ishmael sons followed Abraham’s teaching and centuries passed till one man ruled Macca and brought the pagans to worship them thus breaking the teachings of Abraham.
      Also, In Isaiah 21: 13-17
      Claims that “the burden on Arabs”
      So what is that burden?
      It’s clearly means a prophecy that Arabs will carry a religion task align with trenching of prophets in Israel.
      That’s the reason there was Jews in Madina (a city north of Macca). It is mentioned in Isaiah 42:11 clearly shows that people of Sala should sing of joy... and Sala is a mountain in Madina. Jews were waiting for a prophet to appear in Madina AND who is descendant of Ishmael.
      But reality is A portion of Jews rejected Prophet Muhammad just as their ancestors rejected Jesus as the messiah, keep in mind that both of them seen their miracles and rejected their prophesies

  • @paradise1group
    @paradise1group 4 ปีที่แล้ว +7

    Always look forward to your videos, very articulate and information that's easy comprehend. Keep it up!
    (I'd love to hear more about lost texts from Christian literature, it's an interesting topic !)

  • @randysalber4960
    @randysalber4960 4 ปีที่แล้ว +5

    Very informative. Love your balanced views

  • @merrittanimation7721
    @merrittanimation7721 4 ปีที่แล้ว +53

    My most recent view of how the Hajj worked came from a National Geographic documentary filmed about 30 years ago so it's interesting to see how they've changed it since then.

    • @shetos1233
      @shetos1233 3 ปีที่แล้ว +5

      Saudi Arabia prodcasts haj every year how is the recen view ten years age the most recent view was last year

    • @merrittanimation7721
      @merrittanimation7721 3 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@shetos1233And I don't watch it.

    • @thymelaka4758
      @thymelaka4758 3 ปีที่แล้ว +9

      The rituals of hajj don't change. Only The people and the landscape has changed.

  • @blackcat1642
    @blackcat1642 4 ปีที่แล้ว +2

    Always wanted you to make a video about this

  • @TheJaredtheJaredlong
    @TheJaredtheJaredlong 4 ปีที่แล้ว +128

    Aw man, no explanation about the random stone inside the black cube.

    • @RosewellkidsTv
      @RosewellkidsTv 4 ปีที่แล้ว +73

      If you want details about the Black Stone:
      The Black Stone (Arabic: ٱلْحَجَرُ ٱلْأَسْوَد‎, al-Ḥajaru al-Aswad, "Black Stone") is a rock set into the eastern corner of the Kaaba, the ancient building located in the center of the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
      It is revered by Muslims as an Islamic relic which, according to Muslim tradition, dates back to the time of Adam and Eve.
      The stone was venerated at the Kaaba in pre-Islamic pagan times. According to Islamic tradition, it was set intact into the Kaaba's wall by the prophet Muhammad in 605 CE, five years before his first revelation. Since then it has been broken into fragments and is now cemented into a silver frame in the side of the Kaaba. Its physical appearance is that of a fragmented dark rock, polished smooth by the hands of pilgrims. Islamic tradition holds that it fell from heaven as a guide for Adam and Eve to build an altar. It has often been described as a meteorite.
      The Black Stone is attached to the east corner of the Kaaba, known as al-Rukn al-Aswad (the Corner of the Black Stone).
      Another stone, known as the Hajar as-Sa’adah (Stone of Felicity) is set into the Kaaba's opposite corner, al-Rukn al-Yamani (the Yemeni Corner), at a somewhat lower height than the Black Stone.
      The choice of the east corner may have had ritual significance; it faces the rain-bringing east wind (al-qabul) and the direction from which Canopus rises.
      There are many theories regarding the Black Stone;
      The meteorite-origin theory of the Black Stone has seen it likened by some writers to the meteorite which was placed and worshipped in the Greek Temple of Artemis.(more research needed)
      Islamic tradition holds that the Black Stone fell from Jannah to show Adam and Eve where to build an altar, which became the first temple on Earth.
      Muslims believe that the stone was originally pure and dazzling white, but has since turned black because of the sins of the people who touch it.
      Its black colour is deemed to symbolize the essential spiritual virtue of detachment and poverty for God (faqr) and the extinction of ego required to progress towards God (qalb).
      According to a prophetic tradition, "Touching them both (the Black Stone and al-Rukn al-Yamani) is an expiation for sins."
      Adam's altar and the stone were said to have been lost during Noah's Flood and forgotten. Ibrahim (Abraham) was said to have later found the Black Stone at the original site of Adam's altar when the angel Jibrail revealed it to him.[16] Ibrahim ordered his son Ismael - who in Muslim belief is an ancestor of Muhammad - to build a new temple, the Kaaba, into which the stone was to be embedded.
      Another tradition says that the Black Stone was originally an angel that had been placed by God in the Garden of Eden to guard Adam.
      The angel was absent when Adam ate the forbidden fruit and was punished by being turned into a jewel - the Black Stone.
      God granted it the power of speech and placed it at the top of Abu Qubays, a mountain in the historic region of Khurasan, before moving the mountain to Mecca.
      When Ibrahim took the Black Stone from Abu Qubays to build the Kaaba, the mountain asked Ibrahim to intercede with God so that it would not be returned to Khurasan and would stay in Mecca.

    • @syahrulfauzi6344
      @syahrulfauzi6344 4 ปีที่แล้ว +7

      its not random it was stone wich bring out from outer of our earth

    • @suzesiviter6083
      @suzesiviter6083 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @The Dora According to many conspiracy sites. but if you look its not a cube, i.e. not even on all sides.

    • @suzesiviter6083
      @suzesiviter6083 4 ปีที่แล้ว +5

      @The Doraits the old Saturn worship conspiracy that concludes all religion somehow stems back to the worship of Saturn. Saturn is an important planet in mythology and religion, but its far more complicated than that.

    • @PassingWayfarer
      @PassingWayfarer 4 ปีที่แล้ว +25

      @The Dora That's such a dumb theory. The black cube is the Qibla (direction of praying). Muslims don't worship the cube.

  • @dhenoyznero
    @dhenoyznero ปีที่แล้ว +3

    According to Saudi News
    Thousands of goat, cows and camels sacrificed during the Hajj rituals were distributed to 30 million poor and displaced people in 27 countries in Asia and Africa.
    And 500 tons of unfit qurbani meat waste is then processed by a professional company to be used as fertilizer for plants.

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  • @salahaldin447
    @salahaldin447 3 ปีที่แล้ว +25

    I'd love to go on Hajj one day Inshallah.

    • @foodie4128
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    • @youtube_new_update_sucks
      @youtube_new_update_sucks ปีที่แล้ว

      @@foodie4128 why not

    • @foodie4128
      @foodie4128 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@youtube_new_update_sucks there's a lot of people with a lot of people , with the heat it's going to smell. not to mention the cost of going

    • @youtube_new_update_sucks
      @youtube_new_update_sucks ปีที่แล้ว +3

      @@foodie4128 well, If that the case, tell that too to the people who went to: Concert, Stadium, Demonstration, Comiket, Festival, Carnival, Holiday gathering, Community gathering, Political campaign, ... (The list still can going on).

    • @foodie4128
      @foodie4128 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@youtube_new_update_sucks ok

  • @andros309
    @andros309 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    I am genuinely learning from your videos, thank you :)

  • @Pogomeerschweinchen
    @Pogomeerschweinchen 3 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Thank you so much for this amazing video!

  • @unknownexo
    @unknownexo 3 ปีที่แล้ว +17

    Fascinating stuff; I'm a Christian but I like to learn about other religions. I pray for the day we can all coexist peacefully

    • @santosfabianramos
      @santosfabianramos 3 ปีที่แล้ว


    • @ryderbrown5998
      @ryderbrown5998 10 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Preach brother!

    • @mohamedlamharref6856
      @mohamedlamharref6856 6 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      as long as u do it urself it is enough already cuz u did ur part and the rest will follow but at the end there is evil and good. GOD said in the quran good people wil meet the good ones and viceversa. peoples nature works as magnets :) peace.

  • @rosswebster7877
    @rosswebster7877 4 ปีที่แล้ว +18

    Fantastic video as always! It would be great to see some videos about other great pilgrimages. I.e. The Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage, the Hasidic pilgrimage to Uman, Ukraine, the Hindu Kumbh Mela, Buddhism,s Bodh Gaya etc.

  • @monosodiumglutemate8216
    @monosodiumglutemate8216 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Forgot to mention that the "miraculous" water that appeared is still there supplying water to pilgrim until today.

  • @beeeb8831
    @beeeb8831 4 ปีที่แล้ว +9

    I went to the Foundation for Religious Literacy and took their quiz. I got 15/15. Small preen. I am learning tons from your videos, so thank you so much for making them.

  • @Froggeh92
    @Froggeh92 4 ปีที่แล้ว +12

    remarkably well done. as a twelver myself im impressed at how well you delivered all the necessary information while avoiding any bias. truly refreshing to see!

  • @daca8395
    @daca8395 4 ปีที่แล้ว +33

    Orthodox tradition has something similar. People who go on pilgramige to church of Holy Sepulcar can add Hadži (haji) to thair surname.

    • @nightprowler6336
      @nightprowler6336 3 ปีที่แล้ว

      And Mount Athos

    • @daca8395
      @daca8395 3 ปีที่แล้ว +5

      @@jellyfishi_ what does that have to do with my comment?

    • @iagoofdraiggwyn98
      @iagoofdraiggwyn98 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@jellyfishi_ o-o

    • @frefai
      @frefai 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      That's very interesting, I didn't know that, thank you for sharing. In Islam, it's traditional to add Hajji as a prefix. Malcolm X took the name "El-Hajj Malik al-Shabbaz" after he completed the Hajj

    • @Laotzu.Goldbug
      @Laotzu.Goldbug 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      According to this it gets added to their _first_ name: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hajji
      Edit: For Orthodox Christians

  • @megamaniscoolrightguys2749
    @megamaniscoolrightguys2749 4 ปีที่แล้ว +5

    A fantastic video. I've never learned about the details of this practice until now. And I appreciate your level of respect when teaching about religious topics.

  • @snapperl
    @snapperl 2 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Great video, I understand the pilgrimage a lot more now. Thanks.

  • @timesnewbabylonian8088
    @timesnewbabylonian8088 4 ปีที่แล้ว +23

    I love the work 💪 please do one on Sufiism, Zoroastrianism, and Kabala

  • @sohaibology
    @sohaibology 4 ปีที่แล้ว +4

    Thanks for this video Andrew!

  • @fa1ruz
    @fa1ruz 3 ปีที่แล้ว +5

    I went for Umrah during Nov 2017. There was so many people!

  • @chrishanning1219
    @chrishanning1219 3 ปีที่แล้ว +2

    Very well explained! I have more questions but this was a good start! As for the geopolitical references that is a hard question for anyone to answer

  • @cometmoon4485
    @cometmoon4485 4 ปีที่แล้ว +54

    Wherever you are in the world, I hope you had an amazing Eid!

    • @ReligionForBreakfast
      @ReligionForBreakfast  4 ปีที่แล้ว +24

      Was camping in Wadi Rum, Jordan! Eid Mubarak to you too!

  • @slimdusty6328
    @slimdusty6328 4 ปีที่แล้ว +5

    Thanks.As usual, info set out in a way so that layman like myself, can learn .

  • @sisyphusvasilias3943
    @sisyphusvasilias3943 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    another excellent video. Well explained, clearly presented. Engaging.

  • @lucyfewson6647
    @lucyfewson6647 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    This was very helpful for my RS assessment thank you!

  • @Thessalin
    @Thessalin 4 ปีที่แล้ว +19

    Great video, but what about Religion for Second Breakfast?

  • @rawe1313
    @rawe1313 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Good video! I learned a lot about something I wouldn't know otherwise

  • @thebeesknees2762
    @thebeesknees2762 4 ปีที่แล้ว

    Thank you so much for sharing!

  • @glorias.2930
    @glorias.2930 3 ปีที่แล้ว +2

    Most detailed and complete video!

  • @iampuff7
    @iampuff7 4 ปีที่แล้ว +15

    All places visited in the Hajj should be treated as international territory with no single nation having total control since it is so important for all muslims in the world

    • @PrisonKilljoy
      @PrisonKilljoy 4 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      Somehow I don't think the House of Saud would be persuaded.
      I do agree with you, though.

    • @janokjaran
      @janokjaran 4 ปีที่แล้ว

      That would be catastrophic. Im not saying saudi is perfect tho

    • @Aresydatch
      @Aresydatch 3 ปีที่แล้ว

      Paulo enmanuel Tavares Don’t get me started on How much They worked On it and Made everything for Hajj easy

  • @LangThoughts
    @LangThoughts 4 ปีที่แล้ว +5

    Since you mentioned it at the beginning of the video, maybe a series on comparative religious calendars would be good?

  • @jujukhaddaj9753
    @jujukhaddaj9753 3 ปีที่แล้ว +4

    It’s not only Muslims who celebrate Eidh al adha it’s also the Druze of Lebanon and Christians of Lebanon because they believe in Abraham too I’m Druze from lebanon and we celebrate it

  • @gospelofthomas77thpearl22
    @gospelofthomas77thpearl22 3 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    Very informative & interesting.

  • @CelticShae
    @CelticShae 4 ปีที่แล้ว +11

    I frickin love this channel! Having become an agnostic atheist during seminary, I spend a lot of time pondering religion and the human experience, but also feeling as if all the time and money I invested in my religious studies was for naught. I sincerely enjoy so many of your videos on a second level through that lens, and it makes me feel a deep joy.

  • @agrimocmz5460
    @agrimocmz5460 3 ปีที่แล้ว +22

    Muslims keeps the traditions of Prophet abraham(peace be upon Him) and sends salutations to him on daily prayers

    • @yusufobaidat4730
      @yusufobaidat4730 3 ปีที่แล้ว +5

      Its not traditions its God command.

    • @leodarksam6230
      @leodarksam6230 3 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@yusufobaidat4730 Both I'd say.

  • @tobiasbrizuela1312
    @tobiasbrizuela1312 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    loved your explanations.

  • @amjadhussain5024
    @amjadhussain5024 4 ปีที่แล้ว

    Thanks.easy and clear for those who don't know about hajj.

  • @tanvirrahman2047
    @tanvirrahman2047 3 ปีที่แล้ว +9

    This video great but lil correction ismeal and issac both are respected to us as prophet of god and equal

  • @adventureindustries
    @adventureindustries 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Have you already done a video on the Jesuits? (I may have missed it.)

  • @nademkhan931
    @nademkhan931 4 ปีที่แล้ว

    Nicely done, thanks

  • @travelnewsbeneficialknowle3020
    @travelnewsbeneficialknowle3020 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Excellent video. Thankyou

  • @raahilkhalifa5834
    @raahilkhalifa5834 2 ปีที่แล้ว +24

    I love and believe in allah i am proud to be muslim .🕋🕋🕋 i also believe and love both quran and bible

  • @themaestro5338
    @themaestro5338 4 ปีที่แล้ว +28

    Have you done any videos on Hinduism and Sikhism? It’s my understanding the last is a relatively new religion compared to others.

    • @Brahmdagh
      @Brahmdagh 4 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      Sikhism is kind of a mixture between Islam and Vedism.

    • @haha-hoho-4335
      @haha-hoho-4335 4 ปีที่แล้ว

      This video explains Sikhi very well m.th-cam.com/video/L-1UAORcX4c/w-d-xo.html

    • @haha-hoho-4335
      @haha-hoho-4335 4 ปีที่แล้ว

      Sikhi is a religion for humanity. It believes in equality of humanity, respect for all religion, equality of gender, protection of the weak and taking care of most vulnerable in society a selfless way. Core Principles taught to us by Guru Nanak Dev Ji (founder of religion) 1. Recite and meditate on God’s name and remember the infinite one. 2. Work by making an honest living 3. Share with those around you and who are in need.

      @1BASITSHAH 3 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      Islam is as old as the humans itself. Do some research kiddo

    • @RandomPerson-de5jq
      @RandomPerson-de5jq 3 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      Nope Islam was born in 7th century. Having blind faith in your holy book doesnt make it true

  • @TomBraunZero
    @TomBraunZero 4 ปีที่แล้ว +2

    Love your videos. Any chance you will do one and Zoroastrianism?

  • @edwardschmitt5710
    @edwardschmitt5710 3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Excellent I learned a lot thank you.

  • @zaca3256
    @zaca3256 4 ปีที่แล้ว +7

    Rituals in my opinion are the most interesting part of any religion.

    • @leprechaunbutreallyjustamidget
      @leprechaunbutreallyjustamidget 2 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      Right? It's really wacky what people will to for their imaginary friends.

    • @dragonslayer6974
      @dragonslayer6974 2 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      @@leprechaunbutreallyjustamidget you are pretty disrespectful.

  • @changkachoy
    @changkachoy 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

    That is the Biggest Donation Box in the World

    • @ace1909
      @ace1909 5 หลายเดือนก่อน

      This is the place where we will take Pledge from Imam Mahdi and then Jesus (Pbuh) along with muslims shall rule the entire world with Shariah Law of Muhammad (pbuh). This is the prophecy of our end times .

  • @mansoorkemal7588
    @mansoorkemal7588 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    My parents went here back in the day when I was little and they said it took lots of time and my mom even had her saved as her iPad screensaver

  • @luciamorenovelo8345
    @luciamorenovelo8345 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    Do you think the "sorceress treasure" found in Pompeii could be a divination ser similar to modern "charm sets"? Is this discovery important to your research at all?

  • @cemyildiz7842
    @cemyildiz7842 3 ปีที่แล้ว +11

    Basically Alevi and Bektashi people rejects to pilgrimage, maybe they are one of the few exceptions in Muslim community and they are in numbers of millions (mostly in Turkey and Albania). According to Hadji Baktash:
    "The miracle is in your head, not in your hat. The heat comes from the flame, not from the tin plate. Whatever you are looking for is in within you, not in Kudus (Jarusalem) or Makka."

    • @tigerdude2727
      @tigerdude2727 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      You are not Muslim as an alevi, first convert to Islam then talk about it.

    • @cemyildiz7842
      @cemyildiz7842 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@tigerdude2727 No thank you, I am not converting to anything.

    • @tigerdude2727
      @tigerdude2727 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@cemyildiz7842 So why are you on the earth to eat and drink and sleep, dont you ask yourself why your here or how.

    • @cemyildiz7842
      @cemyildiz7842 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@tigerdude2727 Ask it to yourself.

    • @tigerdude2727
      @tigerdude2727 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@cemyildiz7842 I dont think you understand english very well.

  • @vicenterivera188
    @vicenterivera188 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Is it required to be performed in that given month or is it just preferable?

    • @ReligionForBreakfast
      @ReligionForBreakfast  4 ปีที่แล้ว +17

      It only counts as the Hajj if completed during this particular month (the last month of the lunar calendar).

    • @aleksey6151
      @aleksey6151 4 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      That would explain the numbers

    • @nahnahnah45
      @nahnahnah45 4 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      It has to be in dhull haj, as stated in the quran:"ayam m3dodat" specific days

  • @txrxw
    @txrxw 4 ปีที่แล้ว +2

    you helped me w/ homework thx

    • @ReligionForBreakfast
      @ReligionForBreakfast  4 ปีที่แล้ว

      No prob. Good luck with the homework.

    • @txrxw
      @txrxw 4 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@ReligionForBreakfast :)

    • @popoffpeppar
      @popoffpeppar 3 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@txrxw how did you do?

  • @DanielPschaida
    @DanielPschaida 3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Did you include Standing at 'Arafat? --Daniel (friend of Jennifer Hunter's)

  • @markbass7145
    @markbass7145 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Those are some nice bongs on your shelf

  • @neptunejoo
    @neptunejoo 4 ปีที่แล้ว +4

    Ishmael AS is not the favourite son, he is the first son. For first son used to be the prime lineage, also Abraham was very old when Ishmael born. So it was a big deal. And Prophet Muhammad is believed from lineage of Ismael AS.
    However Isaac AS stayed with Abraham AS. Jacob AS is from Isaac's lineage.

    • @iluan_
      @iluan_ 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      Could you please explain what does AS means? Thank you :)

    • @neptunejoo
      @neptunejoo 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@iluan_ ʿalayhi s-salām means "Peace be Upon him" we respect our prophets like that :)

    • @iluan_
      @iluan_ 4 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      ​@@neptunejoo Thanks for explaining. I have previously seen that expression using the acronym "PBUH", but I think this is the first time I've seen someone using it in the original Arabic. Cool :D

  • @thebonfireofgains
    @thebonfireofgains 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    Great job

  • @annahuff701
    @annahuff701 4 ปีที่แล้ว

    Do a video on modern Zoroastrianism! Are there modern followers? How many are there still living in Iran? What do they believe and what do their religious practices look like? I'd be super interested in a video like that.

  • @meredithr9824
    @meredithr9824 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    5:10 whoa!

  • @michaell2074
    @michaell2074 4 ปีที่แล้ว +10

    Are you able to go to Mecca even though you are not Muslim like how you went into the Dome of the Rock?

    • @ReligionForBreakfast
      @ReligionForBreakfast  4 ปีที่แล้ว +27

      Nope. As far as I know, non-Muslims are not allowed into Mecca. I had a special connection for the Dome of the Rock.

    • @trillionbones89
      @trillionbones89 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      @wearealltubes Oh okay then

    • @trillionbones89
      @trillionbones89 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @wearealltubes Oh okay then

    • @JM-ik9kw
      @JM-ik9kw 4 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      @wearealltubes I thought you had to shout "God is the greatest!" in Arabic in the middle of a crowded western metropolis.

    • @mimililihijab4036
      @mimililihijab4036 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      wearealltubes good one Abdul, that is an Amazing reverse psychology tactic 😉😂

  • @stefannikola
    @stefannikola 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    Great summary.

  • @liesexposer2767
    @liesexposer2767 3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Great video....

  • @yamin1702
    @yamin1702 4 ปีที่แล้ว +2

    I specifically came to the video for the comments

  • @berfunkle4588
    @berfunkle4588 3 ปีที่แล้ว +4

    Does Isaac exist in Muslim tradition? What happens to him and/or his mother Sarah?

    • @asfandyarbabar7317
      @asfandyarbabar7317 3 ปีที่แล้ว +14

      Yes he does, his name is Prophet Ishaq (Peace Be Upon Him), the son of Prophet Abraham, I don’t why the Admin of the channel said Prophet Ismail/Ishmael was the favourite, Prophet Abraham loved both his children, the Muslim belief is that Prophet Abraham/Ibrahim was unable to have children with his first wife Sarah, so he married Hagar/Hajara, from whom Prophet Ismail was born, he kept this family in Makkah. After about 10/15 years when Sarah PBUH was about 80 or 90 years old, 3 Angels, Jibraeel(Gabriel), Mikaeel(Michael), and Israfil came to the couple and gave glad tidings of a Son who’s name would be ISHAQ/ISAAC, who shall be of the Righteous and a Prophet of Allah. Allah also calls Ishaq/Isaac by the name Israel at times. Allah blessed these two sons of Abraham with Prophethood, and even gave some of their descendants Prophethood. From Isaac/Ishaq, Prophet Yaaqub/Jacob, was born who lived to see Abraham & Sarah. From Yaquub/Jacob, Prophet Yusuf/Joseph was born, and hence from the bloodline of Prophet Ishaq came many Prophets like Dawood(David), Sulayman(Solomon), and then the last one being Prophet Isaa/Jesus, (who muslims believe is Alive under Allahs Protection in Heaven and will return when Allah wills.) From the Son Ismaeel/Ishamel, there is only one Prophet who came, Prophet Muhammad PBUH, the Last of Allahs Prophets. Isaac and Ishmael are both loved and thoroughly respected by Muslims as are their Mothers Sarah and Hajar. Hope it answers the question. 💓

    • @nejihiashi
      @nejihiashi 3 ปีที่แล้ว +7

      @@asfandyarbabar7317 good job on the explanation, but small correction isaahq isaac is not refered as israel it is jacob yaqob who is referred as israel in quran.

    • @asfandyarbabar7317
      @asfandyarbabar7317 3 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@nejihiashi yes thanks for the correction, I knew this but by mistake confused father and son, thanks for pointing it out!

  • @wiaamhaddad8550
    @wiaamhaddad8550 4 ปีที่แล้ว

    What's your take on the work of Dan Gibson in Qur'ānic Geography

  • @tan.kim24
    @tan.kim24 6 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    Few things to note: 1. Not every muslim is mandate to perform Hajj. Few condition must be met before you can do Hajj. i. You must be adult ii. you must be a sane person. iii. you must have enough fund to do the whole thing and living cost of your family. iv. Must be physically fit.

  • @TheBigBro89
    @TheBigBro89 2 ปีที่แล้ว +5

    I just want to say that as a Muslim you explain that in a very simplistic way thank you for that as I wasn't expecting that at all " to be honest " but I have only one comment if I may which is Abraham "PBUH" did not have a favourite son Ismael and Isacc "PBUT" were equal other than that all that you said was superb amazing info and channel

  • @afk_is_ok
    @afk_is_ok 3 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    It should be mentioned that,
    Us Muslims don't call them Abraham, Ishmael, or Issac
    Rather we call them Ibrahim(e-bra-him), Ismail(Is-ma-ell), and Isa(ee-sa), with (A:) at the end, short for something, I don't know how to type it

    • @andromedastar4900
      @andromedastar4900 3 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      Issa is Jesus...not Isaac. Issa is a actually Arabized form of Jesus...hence you will find many Arab Christians with the name Issa Isaac is called Izhak...similar to Hebrew name Yitzhak.

  • @2Sor2Fig
    @2Sor2Fig ปีที่แล้ว

    1:37 - As someone raised christian and now happily atheist (for the sake of providing context, not judgment), I found the different perspectives so interesting. My family are mostly Anglican and African, but I can remember often comment on how it's sad that all of this fighting is between cousins (hinting at the fact that Isaac and Ishmael were the founders of both religions, expressing bemusement that a family could have so much internal strife because family is everything, whilst simultaneously taking a dig at other cultures and saying "See! Us _Zimbabwean_ families stick together... even if we do have 2-3 wives... a maximum of 5 by law... what were we talking about again?")

  • @abdel-qudus1143
    @abdel-qudus1143 6 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    The Kaaba is not a cube shape structure : it’s a temple (bayt in arabic) -> the highest level of a religious building (they are only two Bayt in Islam : Bayt Al Atiq (the Kaaba) and Bayt Al Maqdis)…the others level are Jamah, Masjeed and Mousalah. (The 3 last are often all mix in the west by the use of the word Mosque)

  • @Mr3344555
    @Mr3344555 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Please do a video on the least know branch of Islam, ibadi, which is widely practiced in the Sultunate of Oman.

    • @Katholikos78
      @Katholikos78 4 ปีที่แล้ว

      Mr3344555 nope. Us in the Muslim Reform Movement are sadly the smallest.

  • @TiroDvD
    @TiroDvD 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Q: why is liturgical experience the life of Abraham so important to Islam? That this long, expensive, and (in pre modern eras) a dangerous task be done? As opposed to say imitating the Mohamed?

    • @andrewsuryali8540
      @andrewsuryali8540 4 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      A: Because Mohammed himself did (an earlier version of) it. The hajj predates Mohammed and therefore holds primacy over any commemoration of his life.

    • @marvalice3455
      @marvalice3455 4 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@andrewsuryali8540 um, source?

    • @marvalice3455
      @marvalice3455 4 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@andrewsuryali8540 that doesn't say anything about it predating Muhammad.

    • @marvalice3455
      @marvalice3455 4 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@andrewsuryali8540 also "camels for sacrifice" is weird. Camels are unclean under the law and therefore unsuitable for sacrificing. I find Islam strange for an abrahamic religion

    • @andrewsuryali8540
      @andrewsuryali8540 4 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      @@marvalice3455 Camels are not unclean in Islam. Stop carrying over your bigoted views and enforcing it on other faiths, especially ones with many hundreds times more adherents. BILLIONS of Christians eat pork. That not strange for you?

  • @babavolanath9794
    @babavolanath9794 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    But when it started? especially at this Macca?

  • @amazinggrace5692
    @amazinggrace5692 3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Can you comment on the idea that Medina, not Mecca, is the place where worship should be focused. I apologize, but I forget the source where I read this, as well as the reasoning behind it. 💕🐝

  • @xtscarfacem8255
    @xtscarfacem8255 3 ปีที่แล้ว +5

    As an atheist I support this channel. Very informative and for people to learn is all it takes, information. I became an atheist reading the Bible, and questioning.

    • @uvaisseiyad4888
      @uvaisseiyad4888 3 ปีที่แล้ว

      Try to read Quran
      It makes it clear and understandable

    • @xtscarfacem8255
      @xtscarfacem8255 3 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@uvaisseiyad4888 i mean i am an atheist but i am starting to read it to try and learn. I am going to question it though.

    • @nightprowler6336
      @nightprowler6336 3 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@uvaisseiyad4888 yeah it's clear muhamad flew to heaven on a horse

    • @uvaisseiyad4888
      @uvaisseiyad4888 3 ปีที่แล้ว

      Certainly there are questions.Quran itself ask to ponder and reflect.But first see the big picture the core message and how it relates to your life and around you and the others.Well if u need further elucidation it’s better to reach a Muslim theologian.

    • @uvaisseiyad4888
      @uvaisseiyad4888 3 ปีที่แล้ว

      Yes Almighty God can do any thing with means and without means.He is supreme.All praise and Glory be to him
      Sovereignty belongs to him.Nothing is permanent here and we r a trust

  • @marshawoods4983
    @marshawoods4983 3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Love your videos wow I didn’t know this about the Muslims

  • @ocadioan
    @ocadioan 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    There are about 1.8 billion Muslims in the world. At 2 million Hajj tickets per year, it would take 1000 years for everyone to have a single visit. If you manage to make the Hajj, you are among the privileged few.

  • @manfromnantucket9544
    @manfromnantucket9544 4 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Whoa that sounds complicated.

  • @sajidteg4682
    @sajidteg4682 4 ปีที่แล้ว +12

    The video has been an hour ago and they are already islamophobic comments smh

    • @TheMrmessyal
      @TheMrmessyal 4 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      Sajid TEG islamophobia is a virtue.

    • @pansepot1490
      @pansepot1490 4 ปีที่แล้ว

      I hardly saw any. Unless you consider remarks on the prohibition of deodorant for crowds in hot weather islamophobic.

    • @fatimaachy5764
      @fatimaachy5764 4 ปีที่แล้ว

      Sajid TEG you can expect that with this nonsense

  • @yazeedgs92
    @yazeedgs92 3 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    Many Syrians live in Saudi and can do both Hajj and Omrah, and Iranians can get a Hajj and Omrah visas.
    The so called “Stampede” was caused by a group of men intentionally “Reverse functioning” the route to the rituals.
    Due to the COVID-19 situation visiting Mecca is regulated even for Saudis, appointments are taken through an app to further control the safety capacity of the holy mosque.

  • @tygonsam2296
    @tygonsam2296 4 ปีที่แล้ว

    Hey love the show . I’m just wondering I’ve heard Jesus was of royal blood and had siblings , or was he just a carpenter? I’ve had a few discussions with people. Perhaps it’s false info . But I would love to hear your opinion

    • @pansepot1490
      @pansepot1490 4 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      In a few passages of the New Testament it’s clearly mentioned that Jesus had brothers and sisters. When Christianity adopted the dogma of the perpetual virginity of Mary (Jesus’ mother) theologians came up with every sort of explanation to reinterpret those passages and show that Jesus didn’t have siblings.
      By all accounts Jesus was an illiterate peasant from Galilee and his father was a carpenter.
      Two gospels writers (who never knew him and wrote decades after Jesus death mostly rearranging second hand accounts) provide a genealogy of Jesus making him a descendant of king David. However, since the two genealogies are totally different scholars think they are made up in an attempt to make Jesus fulfill the prophecy that the Messiah had to be a descendant of king David.
      If you are interested there’s plenty of sources on the internet (feel free to check what I said). My only recommendation is to take care and read material from scholars (like this channel) or from neutral sites that can provide scholarly sources. People with a heavy religious perspective interpret the texts in a manner that suits their preformed beliefs, often twisting, cherrypicking, ignoring and even making things up.

  • @imamkohari8255
    @imamkohari8255 3 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    It was actually not clear about islam view ishamel as the sacrifies son, because quran dont mention its name but instead only written son

  • @tyrant-den884
    @tyrant-den884 2 ปีที่แล้ว +4

    I love how reasonable the requirement to do the Hadge is.

  • @muhammadshossain6202
    @muhammadshossain6202 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    There are some topic of debate
    1. Disagreement among the scholars if it was Ishmael or Isaac to be sacrificed.
    2. Saafa and Marwa run is linked with previous practice rather the story of Hager. Many early Salafs from Madina refused to do this ritual since there is another story of it from Pagan side.

  • @fikipilot
    @fikipilot 10 หลายเดือนก่อน

    How many Mosques did you see in Knoxville? Any Buddhist temples?