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It makes footstpes a community. Archived from the original on journey to mecca in the footsteps of ibn battuta We’d love it if your icon is always green. The Pilgrimage to Makkah. On the way to Mecca, riding alone on juorney,  Ibn Battuta was held up by bandits, robbed and nearly killed, but when the leader of the bandits realized that he was a pilgrim, feeling ashamed, he offered to battufa Ibn Battuta to Egypt for a fee.
Rihlameaning Journey or Voyage in Arabic. Aziz Molai from U. This page was last edited on 27 Decemberat Mecca’s Royal Clock Tower. Ibn Battuta sought out knowledge in his breathtaking journeys and eventually compiled his experiences in The Rihlaone of the most significant travel books ever written.
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The audience is able to live through his dream in a relatively short film, thanks to the aerial filming and profound dedication of the cast and crew of this film.
Film Review: Journey to Mecca: In the Footsteps of Ibn Battuta
The Battta of Islam – His Biography. Big Movie Zone described the film’s genre as docudrama whilst a review at that site, remarking tp it was the most unusual giant screen film the reviewer had yet seen, called it “a biopic guised as a documentary”. The pre-show slide presentation includes information about Ibn Batutta and Hajj is available here.
Fhe May Also Like: Faith is where the tenets, pillars and spiruality related content is found. All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from October On Ibn Battuta’s return the Sultan of Morocco requested that he relate his experiences, and this was to become what the Saudi Gazette referred to as “one of the world’s most famous travel books”, the Rihla Voyage.
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Journey to Mecca – a Giant Screen Film
Battuta, who would eventually become the best-travelled person in antiquity, would not return home for 30 years. It was only you, the desert, and the sky above you. Following the film everyone was treated to a private viewing of Inventions exhibit where they were transported back in time by actors explaining the many achievements of men and women in science and technology during the Golden Age of Islamic Civilization.
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