• Safa and Marwa

    Safa and Marwa (Arabic: الصفا والمروة) are two small, enclosed mountains adjacent to the Kaaba within the precinct of Masjid al-Haram, between which pilgrims travel back and forth seven times during the ritual of Sa’i. They are described in the Quran as being among the symbols or signs of Allah.


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