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This Islamic landmark set is a homage to the glorious Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, situated in Abu Dhabi, the heart of the UAE.
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The Rukn ush-Shami ( Arabic: الركن الشامي, romanized: ar-Rukn ash-Shami, lit.'The Levantine Corner') , also known as Rukn-e-Shami, is the corner of the Kaaba facing very slightly northwest from the center of the Kaaba.  The Kaaba has been repaired and reconstructed many times. The structure was severely damaged by a fire on 3 Rabi' I 64 AH (Sunday 31 October 683CE), during the first siege of Mecca in 683 in the war between the Umayyads and 'Abdullah ibn al-Zubayr,  an early Muslim who ruled Mecca for many years between the death of ʿAli and the consolidation of power by the Umayyads. 'Abdullah rebuilt it to include the hatīm. He did so on the basis of a tradition (found in several hadith collections) that the hatīm was a remnant of the foundations of the Abrahamic Kaaba, and that Muhammad himself had wished to rebuild it so as to include it. [ citation needed]
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Inside the Kaaba, there were nine engraved marble stones, all written in the Thuluth script, except for one which is written in prominent Kufic script. In the eastern wall between the door and the Gate of Repentance another document was added by the custodian of the Two Holy Mosques at the time Fahd of Saudi Arabia, regarding his expansion of the mosque, thus bringing the number of documents to ten, all of which are inscribed on white marble.  The Kaaba was bombarded with stones in the second siege of Mecca in 692, in which the Umayyad army was led by al-Hajjaj ibn Yusuf. The fall of the city and the death of 'Abdullah ibn al-Zubayr allowed the Umayyads under 'Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan to finally reunite all the Islamic possessions and end the long civil war. In 693 CE, 'Abd al-Malik had the remnants of al-Zubayr's Kaaba razed, and rebuilt it on the foundations set by the Quraysh. The Kaaba returned to the cube shape it had taken during Muhammad's time. [ citation needed]Further information: Hajj and Umrah Pilgrims perform Tawaf around the Kaaba during Hajj (video) The Kaaba and the Masjid Al-Haram during Hajj, 2008 al-Bayt al-Ḥarām (Arabic: ٱلْبَيْت ٱلْحَرَام, lit.'The Sacred House') in 5:97 by Allah [ Quran 5:97] University of Southern California. "The Prophet of Islam – His Biography". Archived from the original on 21 July 2006 . Retrieved 12 August 2006.
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In 1916, after Hussein bin Ali had launched the Great Arab Revolt, during the Battle of Mecca between Arab and Ottoman forces, the Ottoman troops bombarded the city and hit the Kaaba, setting fire to the protective veil.  This incident was later exploited by the propaganda of the Great Arab Revolt to attempt to demonstrate the impiety of the Ottomans and the legitimacy of the revolt as a holy war.  The Rukn al-Yamani ( Arabic: الركن اليمني, romanized: ar-Rukn al-Yamani, lit.'The Yemeni Corner'), also known as Rukn-e-Yamani or Rukn-e-Yemeni, is the corner of the Kaaba facing slightly southwest from the center of the Kaaba.   Porter, Venetia (2012). "Textiles of Mecca and Medina". In Porter, Venetia (ed.). Hajj: journey to the heart of Islam. Cambridge, Mass.: The British Museum. pp.257–258. ISBN 978-0-674-06218-4. OCLC 709670348.Burton, Richard Francis (2009). Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El-Medinah and Meccah. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi: 10.1017/cbo9781139162302. hdl: 2027/coo.31924062544543. ISBN 978-1-139-16230-2.