Death of the creator of the gate of the Holy Kaaba in Germany

The Kaaba is the holiest place in the world by all Muslims because it is a place that Muslims face when they offer their five daily prayers. The story of the construction of the Kaaba gate began in 1976, when the late King Khalid prayed in a large mosque after ordering the entrance to the Kaaba and ordering it to be made of fine gold. The gate was developed by Al Jundi in the company of Sheikh Mahmoud Badr, one of the goldsmiths of Mecca at that time. Engineer Al Jundi also has a inscription inscribed on the door of the Kaaba as an designer. The door is 3 meters high, 2 meters wide and deep. It has two rudders at the base of the Maca Moong tree of Thailand, the most expensive tree in the world. Sheikh Abdul Rahim Bukhari is given in one way or another.

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