Hissha stands for Hearty, Intelligent, Scrupulous, Sophisticated, Hilarious, and Art-minded. Hissha is from Japanese means writer. Paragraph Writing Class - English Learning and Teaching 2012 - State University of Malang

Kaaba is the only one direction to face for Moslems during prayers no matter where they are. Masjid al-Haram is built around the Kaaba. Kaaba’s around is always crowded because Moslems are doing Tawaf which only can be performed by walking seven times around the Kaaba in a counter-clockwise direction. Kaaba is such a cuboid building which made of granite. It is approximately 13.1 m high, with sides measuring 11.03 m by 12.86 m. When you enter the Masjid al - Haram to do Tawaf, you directly see the Kaaba. Make sure your left shoulder always faces to the Kaaba when you walk around. You will start Tawaf in Hajar Aswad, in the Kaaba’s eastern corner. On your left, there is a green light to sign Moslems where the start line. After walking for about ten steps you will see an entrance door which is on the northeastern wall of the Kaaba. It is called Multazam and in the front of it there is The Station of Ibrahim, a glass and metal enclosure with what is said to be an imprint of Ibrahim's foot. After you pass another corner, which is called Rukun Iraqi in the northern corner, you will see a low wall originally part of the Kaaba. It is a semi-circular wall opposite, but not connected to, the north-west wall of the Kaaba known as the Hijr Ismail. It is 90 cm (35 in) in height and 1.5 m (4.9 ft) in width, and is composed of white marble Then you will arrive at the next corner which is called Rukun ash-Shami in the western. On your right, there is a Zamzam well which is near King Abdul Aziz gate. Finally, in the fourth corner of the Kaaba which is called Rukun Yamani in the southern. The four corners of the Kaaba roughly point toward the four cardinal directions of the compass. Kaaba will never be quiet of being turned around and faced by Moslems. Prepare your self before doing thawaf because you will face such a crowded spot. Treating others well is much more important than forcing yourself to be near with or to touch Kaaba.

By : Mirzatus Solikhah (120221414998) 


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