What is Qabbar in Islam?

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What is Qabbar in Islam?

I hear you shouldn't make fun of it. But what is a Qabbar?



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Hello.

In Arabic, "Qabbar" can be translated as the verb "he buried" or "they buried". It refers to the act of burying a person after their death, but based on the articles I'm guessing you meant the Kaaba.

The Kaaba is a sacred building in Islam and is located in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It is the central shrine of Islam and is revered by Muslims around the world.

The Kaaba is a cube-shaped building made of stone blocks. It stands in the courtyard of the Great Mosque of Mecca and is covered by a black cloth called Kiswa on which Arabic inscriptions can be found. The Kaaba has a special religious significance as it is considered the House of God (House of Allah).

Muslim pilgrims making the Hajj pilgrimageor performing Umrah, rotate clockwise around the Kaaba seven times, this is called Tawaf. The pilgrims also try to touch the "Hajar al-Aswad", a black stone embedded in a corner of the Kaaba. The Kaaba is also the direction in which Muslims face during daily prayer, Salah.

The Kaaba has a long history, dating back to the time of the Prophet Ibrahim عليه السلام (Abraham). It is a symbolic and spiritual center of Islam and a place where Muslims express their religious duties and devotion.

Lg



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You probably mean the Kabah or Qibla. This is the first house of worship on earth that was built by Abraham and his son Ishmael. The most important pilgrimage site for Muslims.



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The black magic Rubik's cube in Mecca.

Edit: I misread that. Qabr bededigs grave. What is actually meant is the fictitious non-existent punishment in the grave.



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Magic cube 😂



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You can apparently make derogatory jokes about Islam, but misreading a word twice is really bad :-)



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Apparently you can make derogatory jokes about Islam

How was it derogatory?

reading a word incorrectly twice is really bad

To what extent did I misread a word twice? The user asked for “Qabbar”. However, with a very high probability he meant “Qabr”. So my answer is basically correct.



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You probably mean the Kaaba - that is the most important place of worship for us Muslims, built by Adam later Ibrahim a.s.

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