The Prophet Ibrahim builds the Kaaba and performs Hajj (2)
|The first House (of worship)|
|Appointed for men was that at Bakka (Makkah)|
|Full of blessing|
|And of guidance|
|For all kinds of beings.|
In order to complete the upper part of the walls of the Kaaba, Ibrahim stood upon a large stone block which he moved along when each section was completed. When the Kaaba was finished, the large stone block was left outside the Kaaba, close to the eastern wall of the sanctuary. It became known as the Maqam Ibrahim (the station of Ibrahim).
As constructed by Ibrahim and his son, the Kaaba was a roofless, rectangular building, with two doors at ground level for access and with a semi-circular back wall.
Each year, Ibrahim returned to Makkah to perform the Hajj.
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