CENNET-ÜL MUALLÂ

It has been the Mecca Cemetery since the Ignorance period and is approximately 2 km from the Harem-i Sharif. It is a cemetery in the north. This place, which is located near the Masjid-i Cin, is known as Hajun in pre-Islamic and early Islamic histories. The ramp of the road leading to the el-Atibiye neighborhood, dividing the Cennetü’l-Muallâ cemetery into two, is called Seniyyetü’l Hacûn. This place, located in the upper part of Mecca, began to be called Ma’lat over time; The cemetery has also become famous under the name of Makberetü’l-Ma’lât. Our Prophet, showing the Mecca cemetery; “How beautiful is this cemetery,” he said. 1 Because the Baki Cemetery in Medina was known as “Cennetu’l-Bakî” among the Turks, this cemetery in Mecca was also called “Cennetu’l-Mualla”. Here are the blessed graves of Hazrat Haticetü’l Kübra (r. Anhâ), the mother of the believers, the Companions-i Kiram, There are graves of many people of the righteous and righteous. Abdullah Ibn Zubayr (r.abhuma), Hz. Asma (r.anha), the eldest daughters of Abu Bakr, was also Hz. The graves of many of the elders of the Companions, such as Abu Bakr’s son Abdurrahman (ra), Abdullah Ibn-i Ömer (ra), Osman bin Talha (ra), are also here. Also, St. The graves of the Prophet’s sons Qasim and Abdullah are also here. Hz. Hatice (r.anhâ) died about three years before the hijra. Our Prophet himself sent it down to his grave and he was very sad about his death. Because Hz. Our Lady Hatice was the first to allude to the Prophet, was her greatest moral and material supporter, and six of the seven children of our Prophet were born to Hz. He was born from Hatice. Hz. It is narrated as the clear miracle of our mother Hatice; any woman, helpless in something, go to her tomb, If he asks for help from Allah by making him a means, he will always return by achieving his purpose. Suleiman the Magnificent had a high-domed tomb built on top of Hatice Validemiz’s grave in 950 (1543-1544) and appointed a mausoleum. Evliya Çelebi records that there are 75 domed tombs in Cennetü’l-Muallâ, and there are domed tombs in the graves of the Prophet’s grandfather Abdulmuttalib and his uncle Abu Talib. In 1926, all the tombs in Cennetü’l-Muallâ were demolished and the tombstones were removed. Today, there are no tombs and tombstones in Cennetü’l-Muallâ, which is Mecca’s Cemetery. The tombstones taken from here were taken to Riyadh and put in the museum, and in 2004, 591 tombstones were published together with their texts and pictures in a book published by the Ministry of Education. Suleiman the Magnificent had a high-domed tomb built on top of Hatice Validemiz’s grave in 950 (1543-1544) and appointed a mausoleum. Evliya Çelebi records that there are 75 domed tombs in Cennetü’l-Muallâ, and there are domed tombs in the graves of the Prophet’s grandfather Abdulmuttalib and his uncle Abu Talib. In 1926, all the tombs in Cennetü’l-Muallâ were demolished and the tombstones were removed. Today, there are no tombs and tombstones in Cennetü’l-Muallâ, which is Mecca’s Cemetery. The tombstones taken from here were taken to Riyadh and put in the museum, and in 2004, 591 tombstones were published together with their texts and pictures in a book published by the Ministry of Education. Suleiman the Magnificent had a high-domed tomb built on top of Hatice Validemiz’s grave in 950 (1543-1544) and appointed a mausoleum. Evliya Çelebi records that there are 75 domed tombs in Cennetü’l-Muallâ, and there are domed tombs in the graves of the Prophet’s grandfather Abdulmuttalib and his uncle Abu Talib. In 1926, all the tombs in Cennetü’l-Muallâ were demolished and the tombstones were removed. Today, there are no tombs and tombstones in Cennetü’l-Muallâ, which is Mecca’s Cemetery. The tombstones taken from here were taken to Riyadh and put in the museum, and in 2004, 591 tombstones were published together with their texts and pictures in a book published by the Ministry of Education.