November 1, 2013

MY PALESTINE TRAVELOGUE (cont)

And today I present to you, the final part of my travelogue journey to Palestine..

Part V
As is our morning ritual, we complete our fajr prayers at Al-Aqsa Mosque. This morning, we visit the shrine of Rabiatul ‘Adawiya* in the Mount of Olives. Rabiatul ‘Adawiya was a spiritual woman who introduced the concept of Divine Love for the Almighty. Read more here..

Part VI
It’s the final day of our trip and after checking out of the hotel we still have a couple of places to visit in Jordan. We first visit a site believed to be that of Prophet Yusha’s tomb, on a hill overlooking the Jordan Valley. Read more here.. 


Outfit:
Clarice Color block maxi dress: The Poplook


Hihi.. I look so farnyyyy floating my way happily in the Dead Sea, Jordan. But I guess that uncle behind me lagi feeling, kan? :D

If you wanna read the complete travelogue from the beginning, click here!
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geek by nerdy said...

wow.bestnya..hehehe.jelly.hahaha.
dalam air pom nmpk gojes gitu.hehehe :)

Azimah Shukor said...

Haha agak lah. Uncle tu rehat gile

ADAMAISY said...

Hi love, just sharing....

Dead Sea is known as a place of healing. It is visited by thousands each year seeking spa treatments, therapies, and relaxation. According to Islamic tradition, however, it also stands as a sign of God's punishment.

Visiting the Dead Sea:

The Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, reportedly tried to dissuade people from visiting the sites of God's punishment: "Do not enter the place of those who were unjust to themselves, unless you are weeping, lest you should suffer the same punishment as was inflicted upon them."
The Quran describes that the site of this punishment has been left as a sign for those who follow: "Surely! In this are signs for those who understand. And verily, they (the cities) are right on the highroad. Surely! Therein is indeed a sign for the believers." (Quran 15:75-77).If one does visit the Dead Sea, it is recommended to spend time recalling the story of Lut, and how he stood for righteousness among his people. The Quran says, "And to Lut, too, We gave wisdom and knowledge; We saved him from the town which practiced abominations. Truly they were a people given to evil, a rebellious people. And We admitted him to Our mercy; for he was one of the righteous" (Qur'an 21:74-75).

"Quoted from Internet"

ADAMAISY said...

Hi love, just sharing :)

Dead Sea is known as a place of healing. It is visited by thousands each year seeking spa treatments, therapies, and relaxation. According to Islamic tradition, however, it also stands as a sign of God's punishment.

Visiting the Dead Sea:

The Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, reportedly tried to dissuade people from visiting the sites of God's punishment: "Do not enter the place of those who were unjust to themselves, unless you are weeping, lest you should suffer the same punishment as was inflicted upon them."
The Quran describes that the site of this punishment has been left as a sign for those who follow: "Surely! In this are signs for those who understand. And verily, they (the cities) are right on the highroad. Surely! Therein is indeed a sign for the believers." (Quran 15:75-77).

If one does visit the Dead Sea, it is recommended to spend time recalling the story of Lut, and how he stood for righteousness among his people. The Quran says, "And to Lut, too, We gave wisdom and knowledge; We saved him from the town which practiced abominations. Truly they were a people given to evil, a rebellious people. And We admitted him to Our mercy; for he was one of the righteous" (Qur'an 21:74-75).

'Quoted from Web"