So travel through
the land and see what was the end of those who denied (the truth).
While I was at the Damascus
University, Syria (2001), I had an opportunity to travel to many of
the Middle Eastern countries. My main aim was to visit, many of the
historic places that are located there. I traveled to;
(know as the longest inhabitant city in the world), Hal’lab (Aleppo),
Hims, Hama, Lad’zaqia, Tartus, Tadmur (Palmyra, where Prophet Sulaman
السلام once lived),
Busra As-Sham (where the foot pints of the she camel that Prophet
الله عليه و
سلم was riding lay), Malula, Qunatura
and many other small towns.
Beirut, Bal’bak (where Prophet Ibrahim عليه
السلام once lived.
Amman, Aqqaba, The Dead Sea, Petra (the land of Qu’me Thamood, the
tribe of Prophet Sal’lah عليه
السلام ), and
the cave of As’hab-e-Kahaf (the sleepers of the cave).
The pyramids, Cairo, Askandaria (where Prophet Danial عليه
السلام and Luqman
السلام are buried),
Luxor, Thebas, Karnak, Aswan, Abu Simbel and Nuweiba.
in England, in 2003 I have traveled by road to see the Muslim influence
In September 2003, 5 of us embarked on a journey of Islamic discoveries,
which took us through 10 historic cities with a round trip of over
5,000 km in 10 days includes: Madrid, Granada, Malaga, Merbella,
Algeciras, Tarifa, Seville, Cordoba, Toledo.
Paris, Poitires, Bordeaux
Click here to view our itinerary for travels to France, Spain and Gibraltar. (MS Word)
2004 i went to;
leading a group of eight.
Lahore, Islamabad, Taxila and Multan the city conquered my Muhammad