My friend, you are giving to much importance to a white trash nurse whose real vocation is cleaning vomit and shite, what do you expect but some ignorant babble similar to her ardent fan from Saudi Arabia Mr. "Barboon" who is denying his own heritage to pretend to be uneducated trash, LLOL.<quoted text>
MUQ read and learn.
The historical record suggests that Mecca was settled around the 4th century A.D. by the Yemeni tribe of Khuzaa'h, joined later by Mohammedís tribe the Quraish. The Kaaba was built around the early 5th century likely by Asa'd Abu Karb, for Arabian Star Family worship after the black stone made it's way to Mecca, most likely from Yemen. Early reporters recounted that prior to the construction of the Kaabah, a tent occupied the site. The Kaaba eventually housed 360 idols dedicated to Arabian moon, sun, star and jinn (demon) worship. It is no secret that the black stone that Muslims still prostrate themselves toward 5 times a day, venerate, and circumambulate, is the same black stone idol that pagan Arabians venerated and circumambulated. In other words, the Quraish established the rituals that Mohammed eventually adopted and then adapted to his religion.
No Mecca before the 4th century - no Kaaba before the 5th century - means no foundation whatsoever underpinning Islamic "tradition". That leaves Islam as Mohammedís stand-alone 7th century invention. Since Abraham, Hagar and Ishmael never lived or traveled within 1,000 km from where Mecca was eventually built, and lived nearly 1,000 years before the first caravan ever traveled along the Red Sea in Arabia, the truth is undeniable.
There are historical references to other temples, and even to a great temple "highly revered by all the ArabsĒ, and even Mohammed's own tribe the Quraish, went on Hajj or pilgrimage twice a year, long after the Kaaba in Mecca was built, indicating that the Kaaba in Mecca was a lesser temple than others.
Quran 106:1 For the covenants by the Quraish, 2 Their covenants journeys by winter and summer,- 3 Let them adore the Lord of this House,
Is it reasonable to believe that Yahweh would consign His temple to be situated 1200 kilometers away from the Holy Land, in a valley where it would be inundated by 5 feet of urban floodwater that is always laced with sewage?
Donít worry about these dik sucking trash, I am sufficient for them? LLOL. Even on this nameless and faceless thread, I have cornered both of them into a corner right where I want them, both of them are raving and ranting in pain not knowing where to run, LLOL, such is the power of superior intellect.