Qiblah is in the Bible too. So do Muslims worship the Kaaba?

Qiblah is in the Bible too. So do Muslims worship the Kaaba?

Bowing towards Black Stone or temple as QIBLAH is in the Bible too.

♦️Jacob set a stone (black stone) and called it HOUSE OF GOD. (Genesis 28:10-22).

●God reminded Jacob about the black stone he set to be God’s house (Genesis 35:1-3)

♦️Jesus confirmed the Black stone in the book of Matthew 21:42-43.

●We Muslims are gifted with 5 times Salaat to touch our heads down i.e. 92 Sajdahs everyday.
Subhaan Allah.!

Gen.28:22 And this ” Stone ” which I have set for a pillar, shall be ” God’s House ”

{“I will bow down toward your holy temple
NIV Bible, Psalm 138:2)”


If you make an altar of stones for me

2 Kings 20:2 ►(NIV)

Hezekiah turned HIS FACE TO THE WALL and prayed to the LORD….

Psalm 5:7
David said i

Who passing through the valley of Baca (Makkah) make it a well (zam zam); the rain also filleth the pools. (From the NIV Bible, Psalms 84:5-6)”

1 Kings 8
from verse 1 the whole chapter talk about facing the Holly house or city

Do Muslims worship the Kaaba
O Muslims !

⭕If you are told that you are seeking omens from the Black Stone of Kaaba 🕋


Kissing the black stone is a worship because we follow the orders of Allah and by doing it we are following the steps of the most loved prophet of Allah Muhammad we seek not benefit from the black stone but it’s a worship of ᖴOᒪᒪOᗯIᑎG him only in what Allah commanded him to do

It’s Worship to Allah not to the stone

But Sunnah = worship

Therefore we touch it because Prophet Muhammad touched it

We kiss it because prophet Muhammed did too

It’s the only thing we touch or kiss in Islam not any other rock or tree or Masjid or shrine etc

Plus doing so doesn’t mean we take omens or blessings from it

It means we love paradise

Because it’s part of paradise

It’s onpy a way to show we love to follow prophet of Allah

So those who oppose did not read this article carefully

If only you just skimmed it at least.

🔴Thus the act of kissing is an immitation and following to prophet Muhammad peace be upon him 👇

🚩Immitation; for example, if you love someone or a celebrity, you try your best to speak like him “sing” like him etc
you even kiss their pictures right. Lol

That’s the same we do with out beloved prophet Muhammad peace be upon him.

Nutshell: Allah meant it to be

so as non Muslims won’t say we worship a black box or kiss it

When they dig more they will ward off their allegations

It is a following of the steps of the prophet, he kissed it because it is a piece of Paradise.

When you kiss your son, do you worship him?

Kissing it, is in order to show the disbelievers how much we love Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him

we love him and he is beloved to Allah

Muslims believe the Rukn Yamani or black stone do not harm nor be6nefit.

We follow the Prophet because Allah commanded us this in the Qur’an.

💥💥So when we kiss the Black Stone

💥💥do we obey God or not?

Muslims do not seek baraka or omens from anything nor any person..but we do kiss the Black Stone only because it is an action that the Messenger of Allah did.

He actually kissed It out of love for paradise and because doing so expiates sins as we will see in this hadeeth

And so we take Prophet as our model.


Omar Ibn El khattab kissed the Black Stone and said, ‘I know that you are a stone and can neither benefit anyone nor harm anyone. Had I not seen Allah’s Messenger(ﷺ) kissing you, I would not have kissed you.’ Agreed upon.

[Bukhari and Muslim]


Black Stone came down from paradise. It came down white  then got blackened because of thr sins of the sons of Adam

⚫ If any Muslim believes that any rock, stone an animal, a dead person, a tree, a statue etc will fulfill his needs, save him from calamities, heal him, or resurrect him…

this person is automatically a pagan; (mushrik) and non Muslim except if he repents because the only Bestower of such divine powers is Allah alone.

Also, prophet jogged between Saffa and Marwa mountains in hajj in Mekka to show pagans the muscles and strength of Muslims as some Mushrikin (pagans) had mocked some of Sahaba (Companions of Prophet)

Therefore, just this action became a Sunnah.

We don’t just run near the green flags between Safa and Marwa mountains but we run to show a Muslim is strong both physically such as (♡Jihad♡) and spirituality too.

So is running too a pagan worship????

🚩kissing Black Stone- thus, became a Sunnah that we are rewarded for.

⭕Yet, Even if Muhammad peace be upon him rubbed the Rukn Yemeni (Yemeni Corner),

we do follow Him in all what He ordered us to do because He took the orders from the All-Wise.

The wisdom maybe clear to us and may be not.

Allah ordered him to rub Rukn Yemeni and kiss the Black Stone as they are Hajj rituals.

It was narrated that Ibn ‘Umar said: I heard the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) say:

“Touching them both [the Black Stone and al-Rukn al-Yamani] is an expiation for sins.”

🏴 (Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 959.


Add to this, 🕋 Kaaba is the the center of universe and cosmologists have seen a light that attaches Kabba with the heavens above

And the Hajji Muslims discharge the positive rays; Electrostatic magnetic rays which cause tension. Thus they feel so happy floating..

Sorry those who haven’t visited Al Haram A Makki can’t get this

The Scientists Hussin Kamaludin has proved Makka city is the center of our globe

Then if you argue about bowing and prostrating in Salat, the same said above applies to prostration as you will get rid of the extra electrostatic charges from your brain and the central nervous system by performing the daily Salah. Through Salah, you are to prostrate by putting your forehead to the floor; and as such are grounding yourself, and you are discharging these extra charges into the ground. As a result of this act, you will get rid of many of the neurological diseases from your body

See what astronaut say about Mekka from space

⇒https://www.instagram.com/p/BYoaTFsgNKp /


A response to those who say why you touch Kaaba isn’t that idol worshipping etc…

First of all it’s not permissible at all to touch or cling to or kiss any part of the Kaaba

Those who do use weak hadeeths

Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him never clung or touched the walls of Kaaba a sheikh says

which is only the part between Door of kaaba and the Black Stone i.e

Some scholars said

Clinging is out of invoking Allah to forgive us

Multazam may be also an act to show love of the Masjid as farwell only as some Sahaba did

We don’t do it as worship as you will see below.

Plus it’s a sign of farwell to the best place in the world.

Add to this the Hadeeths narrated on Multazam are all weak

Yet, what some Muslims do today clinging to the clothing of Kaaba is mere innovation.

What is meant by iltizaam (clinging) is when the supplicant (person making du’aa’) places his chest, face, forearms and palms against it and calls upon Allaah saying whatever du’aa’ he wishes because dua is more accepted in this place.

→And he narrated that Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: “The Multazam is between the Corner and the door.”

Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:

It was not narrated from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him)

(i.e. that was not narrated in a saheeh hadeeth, as the ahaadeeth that were narrated concerning this were deemed to be da’eef or weak).

Rather it was narrated from some of the Sahaabah (may Allaah be pleased with them).

So is iltizaam (clinging) Sunnah? When should it be done – upon arrival or when about to leave, or at any time?

Kissing or rubbing the Multazam is NOT narrated in the Sunnah of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), rather the Sahaabah (may Allaah be pleased with them) used to do that when they arrived in Makkah and when they left it.

So as for those who did Clinging it’s an of farwell

→ Based on this, there is nothing wrong with iltizaam (clinging to the Ka’bah in this area) so long as that does not involve annoying others.

▪︎Al-Sharh al-Mumti’, 7/402, 403.

Both Multazam and Black Stone are part of what Islam allowed us to touch and stand near or point to ..not as worship to them because they are mere stones they don’t benefit us anything but because we do that out of love to such places that prophet Muhammad salla Allahu alayhi wa sallam loved and because duaa is accepted there.

It is narrated too that doing such acts expiates sins