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Prophet's expansion progress

New design of the expansion
Some changes in the model



BEFORE ...




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Madinah hotel blaze kills 15 pilgrims


People are seen on the ledges of the hotel with eye witnesses say some people jumped.
9 February 2014

Fifteen pilgrims died and 130 others were injured in a fire that broke out at a hotel in Madinah on Saturday, the Madinah Governorate said in a statement.

The fire occurred at the Ishraq Al-Madina Hotel at 2:33 p.m.

Eyewitnesses said the victims were of different nationalities and included Egyptians and Turks.

Civil Defense firefighters were able to put out the blaze by 5 p.m., the governorate said.

Madinah Gov. Prince Faisal bin Salman has been following up on the incident.

An investigation to ascertain the cause of the fire has been launched, sources said. Preliminary reports indicate that the fire occurred as a result of a short circuit during maintenance work.

Thirty of the injured were treated on the spot, while others were sent to King Fahd Hospital and the Ansar Hospital. According to one report, Ansar received four bodies and 91 injured.

Most pilgrims died of suffocation, the statement said. There were about 700 guests in the hotel at the time the fire broke out. Authorities evacuated guests and closed off streets leading to the hotel on Sitteen Street.

Some pilgrims who were trapped inside the hotel climbed to the roof of the building for safety.

A large number of people had gathered in front of the hotel, obstructing rescue efforts.

Eighteen fire-fighting teams were dispatched to put out the blaze, while the Red Crescent deployed 14 first-aid teams and Madinah’s Health Department eight teams.

An Indian pilgrim staying at a nearby building said she saw a huge plume of dark smoke coming out of the hotel as she was returning from the Prophet’s Mosque at around 2:45 p.m.

“We saw some people waving through the windows for help. We also saw several firefighters engaged in rescue operations. A large number of people had gathered in front of the hotel. It was a frightening scene,” she said.

There were conflicting reports about the number of Egyptian casualties.

Ahmed Zaki, an official at the Egyptian Consulate in Jeddah, said they had received information about the death of four Egyptians. Another report said that as many as 12 of the 15 victims were Egyptians.

Egyptian Ambassador Afifi Abdel-Wahab was quoted as telling an Egyptian television channel that “15 Egyptians died in the fire.”
Prince Faisal has ordered hotel guests to be relocated.

http://www.arabnews.com/news/522796

Scores die in a Madinah hotel




People are rescued by the Civil Defence as they stand ledges and at windows.


People are rescued by the Civil Defence as they stand ledges and at windows.












People watch as fire rages on the ground floor of the hotel




The aftermath of the fire on the ground floor of the Hotel













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The Beautiful Names of Allah
Exhibition in Madinah

Expo depicting names of Allah a big draw


9 February 2014 - 09 Rabi Al-Thani 1435 H

MADINAH — An exhibition, titled The Beautiful Names of Allah, has been an attractive destination for pilgrims visiting Madinah since its opening last November.

Inaugurated by Madinah Emir Prince Faisal Bin Salman, the exhibition displays, on large posters, the names of Allah and their meanings. There are also several TV screens that show alternating scenes of nature along with relevant verses of the Holy Qur'an to indicate the power of Allah.

Khadija, an Algerian pilgrim who came to the Kingdom to perform Umrah with her family, said they visited the exhibition after they saw a poster near a building where the exhibition is taking place. “There is nothing that one can say about all these beautiful pictures and videos except Subhanallah,” said Khadija.

Echoing the same view, Iqbal, a Pakistani father of three, said although he has come to the Kingdom on three different occasions with his family to perform Umrah, this is the first time he has seen such an exhibition.

“We typically go to the Prophet’s Mosque, Mount Uhud and some historic mosques here, but this time we visited this exhibition as a group. We all enjoyed it as it was a new experience for all of us and it’s a nice place where children can learn and take photos.”

The exhibition, located close to the western side of the Prophet’s Mosque, was launched to celebrate Madinah as the cultural capital of the Islamic world.

Pilgrims of all nationalities can visit the exhibition and choose guides that speak Arabic, English, French, Turkish, Urdu or Indonesian. The manager of the exhibition, Raja Al-Jihani, said that the exhibition will remain open for another year and be expanded to accommodate additional sections.

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Abdullatif Al Fozan Award
for Mosque Architecture

Prophet's Mosque Umbrellas Awarded



First Cycle of the Abdullatif Al Fozan Award for Mosque Architecture 1435 H (2014)

We are delighted to announce the launch of the ‘Abdullatif Al Fozan Award for Mosque Architecture’ as a global platform to contribute to the development of contemporary mosque architecture. It is our hope that the award will highlight the distinctive designs and architecture of mosques around the world.

The first cycle of this award, in 1435 H, 2014 AD, will focus on mosques that were built in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia after 1389 H, 1970 AD

The Award was on 5 February 2014

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Honoring German designer umbrellas for a project in the backyards
of the Prophet's Mosque one of the winning projects are awarded


تكريم المصمم الألماني لمشروع المظلات في ساحات المسجد النبوي احد المشاريع الفائزة ب جائزة

Bodo Mahmoud Rasch receving the award



with his assistant (I don't know his name)



also Al Sudais




Prophet's Mosque Umbrellas

















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11 Madinah victims identified

Emir offers condolences to bereaved families; fire toll revised to 13


Prince Faisal Bin Salman, Emir of Madinah region, checks on the health of an
injured female pilgrim receiving medical care at King Fahd Hospital in Madinah.
She is the only injured person still at the hospital. All others have been
discharged from the hospital after treatment.
10 February 2014 - 10 Rabi Al-Thani 1435 H

JEDDAH – Prince Faisal Bin Salman, Emir of Madinah region, offered condolences on Sunday to the families of those killed in a fire at a hotel in Madinah on Saturday.

He was received at the condolences venue at Dar Al-Shakereen Hotel by Egyptian Deputy Consul General Muhammad Burhan, several Egyptian consulate staff, representative of the Egyptian community in Madinah and several relatives of the dead.

Prince Faisal conveyed the condolences of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah, Crown Prince Salman Bin Abdul Aziz, Deputy Premier and Minister of Defense, and Prince Muqrin Bin Abdul Aziz, Second Deputy Premier, adviser and special envoy of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.

The Emir also visited King Fahd Hospital in Madinah and checked on the health of one of the injured female pilgrims receiving medical care at the hospital. She is the only injured person still at the hospital. All others have been discharged from the hospital after treatment.

Egyptian foreign ministry spokesman Badr Abdel-Aty was quoted as saying by Ahram online on Sunday that nine Egyptians were among 13 pilgrims killed in the blaze.


Earlier, Saudi officials said the death toll from the hotel fire has fallen to 13. The governorate’s office had previously announced 15 deaths based on initial hospital reports.

At least 61 Egyptians, along with 136 others, were also injured when the fire broke out in Hotel Ishraq Al-Madinah where around 700 Umrah pilgrims were staying.

Media spokesman of the Directorate of Civil Defense in Madinah Colonel Khaled Mubarak Al-Juhani told Saudi Gazette that 11 of the dead pilgrims have been identified by their relatives.

One was Algerian, one a British citizen and nine were Egyptians, which included two children.

The remaining two are are still to be identified. All deaths were caused by asphyxiation.

Prince Faisal ordered accommodating all evacuated pilgrims in Al-Shakereen hotel near the Prophet’s Mosque.

The Commission of Inquiry began its work with the participation of forensic experts.

Recounting the horror, Jamal Abdul Latif, an Egyptian pilgrim, said he and his family were going down the stairs when the fire alarm started.

“There was smoke everywhere. Luckily, we were close to the first floor. That’s how we left unscathed,” he said.

Mahmoud Abdul Rahman, another Egyptian, said he and his group of 15 pilgrims had a narrow escape and no one sustained any major injuries.

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‘Words & Illuminations’ expo in Madinah

10 February 2014 - 10 Rabi Al-Thani 1435 H

MADINAH — On the occasion of Madinah being selected Capital of Islamic Culture 2013 by the Islamic Education Science and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), the city is holding an exhibition to celebrate this event under the ages of Madinah Emir Prince Faisal Bin Salman.

Each year ISESCO selects a city in the Islamic world to celebrate Islamic culture and those manifestations are usually celebrated through art and cultural exhibitions.

To coincide with this announcement of the next selected Islamic Cultural Capital and to celebrate the year of Al Madinah Al Munawwarah as the Capital of Islamic Culture 2013, a special world-class exhibition in association with the British Museum is being mounted here. The exhibition will be named ‘Words and Illuminations’ and encompassing art works of calligraphy and photography.

Prince Faisal Bin Salman has actively supported the effort and worked closely with both Venetia Porter of the British Museum and Mohamed Al Edrisi to curate the exhibition. A sneak preview of the exhibition took place in January for the Ministers of Culture from several countries of the Islamic world. The Grand Opening will take place on Feb. 9.

The two components of the exhibition are a selection of Art works from the collection of contemporary works in the British Museums on Arabic calligraphy, augmented by loans of important art works from private collection in Saudi Arabia, the Gulf and the wider Islamic world. This effort is organized in cooperation between two leading galleries, Athr Gallery in Jeddah and Agial in Beirut.

In parallel with the calligraphy component of the exhibition, a photography exhibition will be mounted using the first photographs ever taken in Madinah (The Sadeq Bey photographs from 1880 A.D. and Mirza images from 1881 A.D.) as part of a chronological photo essay up to 1920 A.D. These photographs are taken from the collection of Darat Al Malik Abdul Aziz (King Abdul Aziz Foundation), The King Fahd Public Library and the archives of noted International bodies like the Royal Geographic Society and the Barakat Trust.

The historical photography section of the photography exhibition will also coincide with the publication of the book “Al Madinah Al Munawwarah” by the noted photographer and photo researcher Humberto Da Siliviera and his work on these historical photographs is the core of these historical photographs.

In addition to the historic photography component a few important historical objects of Islamic art will also be displayed to complement the photographs.

The second part of the photography exhibition consists of commissioned works by noted Saudi artists with photography as their medium. The artists and photographers have undertaken works that are focused on Madinah and include unusual studies of Al Masjid Al Nabawi, people of Madinah, Madinah region archeology and landscape, as well as aerial photography of the region.

The exhibition will be hosted in a modern building part of the Meridian Hotel complex in the Al Aqeeq District, 7km from the Haram, in Madinah. It has been designed and transformed into a world-class art space by Tarik Alireza Consulting Engineers. This area falls out of the Haram zone thus enabling people of all faiths to visit the exhibition. The duration of the exhibition is 3 months and will be accompanied by two catalogs, one on the calligraphy exhibition and the second on the photography exhibition.

One of the significant precedence that this exhibition establishes is the need to provide in our cities spaces that can host exhibitions for local exhibitors and international partners. The reign of Madinah as capital of Islamic culture in 2013, was indeed a successful one that has taught us that with diligence, perseverance and enlightened leadership, a lot can be achieved and accomplished. This exhibition, as well as the many activities that took place in the last several months shows the intention that Madinah will reassert itself, again, as an Islamic center of learning and culture that it maintained in its first two centuries when the Prophet, peace be upon him, and his companions made it a beacon of piety and learning.

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Expat commits suicide at Prophet’s Mosque


Pilgrims pray at the courtyard of the Prophet's Mosque in Madinah in this file photo. An apparent
suicide by an foreigner at the holy mosque on Tuesday is being investigate by police.
12 February 2014

Police are investigating the suicide of an African expatriate at a washroom in the Prophet’s Mosque.

The body of the 47-year-old private driver was found hanging from a metal wire tied to a toilet door.

According to a coroner’s statement, there were no marks on the body to suggest any criminal involvement in the death, Col. Fahd Al-Ghannam, Madinah police spokesman, said in a statement on Tuesday. A medical report said that the death occurred at 1:30 a.m. The expat had kicked the garbage box on which he was standing from beneath him after securing a metal noose around his neck.

The body is kept at the King Fahd Hospital.

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British Mufti killed in Saudi hotel blaze

9th February 2014

A well-known mufti has been killed in a blaze in the holy city of Medina.

Yusuf Bismillah, aged 58, of Ripon Street, Blackburn, is understood to have suffocated when the hotel he was staying in in the Saudi Arabian province caught fire.

Tributes have poured in for the ‘pious’ and ‘humble’ teacher, who was associated with the Lambeth Street and Cumberland Street mosques.

Mufti Bismillah’s wife Fatimah was also taking to hospital suffering from the effects of smoke inhillation.

Two of their eight children have flown out to Saudi Arabia to be with her.

The blaze killed 12 people and injured at least 130 other pilgrims.

Medina is a major religious tourist destination for Muslims.

The city is the burial site of the Prophet Muhammad and is Islam's second holiest city after Mecca.

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The funeral of Mufti Britain
Last victim of the fire, "Central Hotel"


تشييع جثمان مفتي بريطانيا .. آخر ضحايا حريق "فندق المركزية"


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02-12-2014 03:41 PM

طيبة اليوم - أيمن الصيدلاني - المدينة المنورة :

شيعت جموع غفيرة بعد عصر أمس جثمان مفتي المسلمين في بريطانيا يوسف بسم الله، آخر ضحايا الحريق الذي اندلع في الفندق المنكوب شرق المنطقة المركزية في المدينة المنورة، حيث ووري جثمانه الثرى في بقيع الغرقد بعد الصلاة عليه في المسجد النبوي الشريف، حيث ظل جثمانه يقبع داخل ثلاجة الموتى في مستشفى الميقات في المدينة المنورة إلى أن استكملت كافة الإجراءات النظامية وأخذ موافقة أسرته.

وكان موقع (أسيان إيماج) البريطاني، أشار إلى وفاة يوسف بسم الله (58) عاما، مفتي المسلمين في بريطانيا، الذي يسكن في شارع ريبون ببلاكبيرن، وبحسب الموقع فإن يوسف مات مختنقا جراء الدخان المتصاعد من الحريق، كما أشار الموقع إلى أن زوجة المفتي وتدعى فاطمة، نقلت إلى المستشفى لتلقي العلاج والرعاية الطبية إثر استنشاقها للدخان الكثيف الذي نتج عن حادث الحريق.

حري بالذكر، فإن الفندق الذي اندلعت فيه النيران يقطنه نحو (700) من الزوار المعتمرين من جنسيات مختلفة نتج عنه 13 وفاة، فيما بلغ عدد المصابين نحو 130 مصابا، وعلى الفور تم نقل المصابين إلى المستشفيات لتلقي الإسعافات الأولية وبعد أن تحسنت حالتهم الصحية غادر جميعهم المستشفيات بعد أن تماثلت حالتهم الصحية للشفاء، وقد باشرت 18 فرقة من الدفاع المدني التعامل مع الحادث بكامل المعدات والتجهيزات اللازمة في مثل هذه الحالات وتم إخلاء الفندق المجاور احترازيا للحفاظ على سلامة ساكنيه، وجرى التنسيق على الفور مع الجهات المعنية ممثلة بالهلال الأحمر التي باشرت الحريق بـ 14 فرقة، إضافة إلى 8 فرق من الشؤون الصحية لنقل المصابين إلى المستشفيات وإسعافهم وتقديم الرعاية الطبية اللازمة لهم، وتمكنت فرق الإطفاء والإنقاذ من محاصرة الحريق وإخماد ألسنة النيران وفتحت تحقيقا بالحادثة.

http://www.taibanews.com/inf/news.ph...=show&id=23593

Google translation: His wife received treatment and she recovered
03:41 PM

Medina - 12 February 2014

Buried crowds After yesterday afternoon the body of the Mufti of Muslims in Britain Joseph the name of God , the latest victim of the fire, which broke out in the hotel -stricken east central area in Medina , where he was buried his body was buried in a Bakie Algrkd after prayers in the Prophet's Mosque , where under his body lies inside Hospital morgue in Miqat in Medina to be completed all legal procedures and the approval of his family .

The site ( ASEAN IMAG ) British , pointed to the death of Joseph the name of God (58) years , the Mufti of Muslims in Britain , who lives in the street Ripon Blackburn, and, according to the site , the Joseph died of asphyxiation due to smoke from the fire , as the site that the wife Mufti and named Fatima , was taken to hospital for treatment and medical care after inhaling the thick smoke caused by the fire incident .

It is noteworthy , the hotel, which broke out in which the fire is inhabited by about 700 visitors pilgrims of different nationalities, resulting in 13 deaths , while the total number of people with some 130 injured, and was immediately rushed to hospital for first aid and after that improved their health left all hospitals after they converged their health to heal, has initiated 18 band of civil defense deal with the incident in full equipment and supplies necessary in such cases was to evacuate the hotel next door precaution to maintain the safety of its occupants , and has been coordinating immediately with the concerned authorities represented by the Red Crescent , which started the fire b 14 squad , in addition to the 8 teams of health affairs to transport the injured to hospitals and first aid and to provide necessary medical care for them , and was able to fire and rescue teams from trapping the fire and extinguish the flames and opened an investigation into the incident .


Madinah common victims of the fire , " Central Hotel "

المدينة المنورة تشيّع ضحايا حريق " فندق المركزية "


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02-11-2014 05:37 PM
طيبة اليوم - أيمن الصيدلاني - المدينة المنورة :

شيع المصلون في المسجد النبوي الشريف بعد صلاة فجر أمس، ضحايا حريق الفندق المنكوب الواقع في المنطقة المركزية في المدينة المنورة، حيث ووريت جثامين 12 منهم ثرى بقيع الغرقد بعد الصلاة عليهم في المسجد النبوي الشريف، فيما تم تأجيل أربعة متوفين بناء على طلب ابنهم إلى جانب متوفى من الجنسية البريطانية.

وكان المتوفون تسنيم محمود علي (سنة واحدة) مصرية، عبدالرحمن محمود علي محمد (6 سنوات) مصري، طاهرة سيد عواد نصار (53 عاما) مصرية، توحيده عابد محمد أحمد (65 عاما) مصرية، المهندس أسامة محمد علي العبد (57 عاما) مصري، بالإضافة إلى المتوفين من عائلة واحدة تضمنت الأب أحمد علي محمد عبدالله (52 عاما) مصري، الأم إيمان إسماعيل عبدالرحمن علي (47 عاما) مصرية، وابنتيهما مريم أحمد علي محمد (14 عاما) مصرية، هدى أحمد علي محمد (22 عاما) مصرية، أما بقية المتوفين من جنسيات جزائرية وبريطانية هم خضرت عبدالقادر خالدي (75 عاما) جزائرية، فاطمة عبدالله بقدوني (59 عاما) جزائرية، يمنى محمد بالعالم (73 عاما) جزائرية، إلى جانب متوفى من الجنسية البريطانية، لفظوا أنفاسهم حرقا واختناقا في الحريق الذي اندلع في أحد الفنادق الواقعة شرق المنطقة المركزية جوار المسجد النبوي السبت الماضي.

وكان صاحب السمو الملكي الأمير فيصل بن سلمان بن عبدالعزيز أمير منطقة المدينة المنورة، قد تابع حادثة الحريق فور وقوعها، حيث زار المصابين في المستشفيات فيما زار أسر المتوفين في مكان إقامتهم في الفندق البديل مقدما لهم تعازيه وتعازي حكومة خادم الحرمين الشريفين لذوي المتوفين.
من جهته أوضح مدير عام الشئون الصحية بمنطقة المدينة المنورة الدكتور عبدالله علي الطائفي، أن جميع المصابين من جراء حادثة الحريق قد غادروا المستشفيات بعد أن تلقوا الرعاية الطبية اللازمة ولم يبق سوى حالة واحدة منومة في مستشفى الدار تحت الرعاية الطبية. فيما بين الناطق الإعلامي لمديرية الدفاع المدني بمنطقة المدينة المنورة العقيد خالد مبارك الجهني، أن اللجنة المشكلة للتحقيق في الواقعة لا زالت تواصل تحقيقاتها لمعرفة الأسباب الحقيقية التي أدت إلى اندلاع النيران.

وأوضح مسئول رعاية الجالية المصرية في منطقة المدينة المنورة أحمد زكي، أن الجهات الأمنية أجلت دفن أربعة متوفين من عائلة واحدة بناء على طلب من ابنهم الذي قدم من جمهورية مصر أمس، لإنهاء كافة الإجراءات وإلقاء النظرة الأخيرة عليهم بعد موافقته المسبقة على دفنهم في بقيع الغرقد.

http://www.taibanews.com/inf/news.ph...=show&id=23585

Google translation: Funeral worshipers at the Prophet's Mosque after prayers at dawn yesterday , fire victims Hotel stricken reality in the central region in Medina , where Laurette bodies of 12 of them Three Bakie Algrkd after the prayer for them in the Prophet's Mosque , as has been postponed four dead at the request of their son as well as British nationality of the deceased .

The deceased Tasneem Mahmoud Ali ( one year) Egyptian , Abdul Rahman Mahmoud Ali Mohamed ( 6 years ) Egyptian , Tahira Syed Awad Nassar , 53, an Egyptian , unification Abed Mohammed Ahmed , 65, an Egyptian engineer Osama Mohammed Ali al (57 years ) Egyptian , in addition to the dead from one family included a father , Ahmed Ali Mohammed Abdullah , 52, an Egyptian mother Iman Ismail Abdul Rahman Ali , 47, an Egyptian , and their two daughters Mariam Ahmed Ali Mohammed , 14, an Egyptian , Huda Ahmed Ali Mohammed (22 years) Egyptian , and the rest of the deceased from the nationalities of Algerian and British are Khaddrt Abdulkadir Khalidi , 75, an Algerian , Fatima Abdullah Bakdona , 59, an Algerian , starboard Mohammed world ( 73 years), an Algerian , along with the deceased from British citizenship , were pronounced dead of burns and suffocation in the blaze which broke out in a hotel in the east central area next to the Prophet's Mosque last Saturday .

His Royal Highness Prince Faisal bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Governor of Madinah region , has continued incidents of fire as it unfolds , where he visited the injured in hospitals as visited the families of the deceased in their place of residence in the hotel Alternative advance their condolences and the condolences of the Government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, for those with the deceased .

For his part, Director General of Health Affairs in Madinah Dr. Abdullah Ali sectarian , that all the injured as a result of the fire incident had left the hospital after receiving necessary medical care , leaving only one case the house sleeping in a hospital under medical care . Among media spokesman of the Directorate of Civil Defense in Madinah Colonel Khaled Mubarak al-Juhani , that the committee formed to investigate the incident are still continuing their investigations to find out the real reasons that led to the outbreak of the fire .

The official auspices of the Egyptian community in the area of ​​Medina Ahmad Zaki , the security authorities postponed the burial of four dead from the same family at the request of their son , who came from Egypt yesterday , to finish all the procedures and take a last look on them after approval prior to their burial in Bakie Algrkd .


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11 February 2014

"Three women from the wilaya of Oran, died asphyxiated in a fire at a hotel in Madinah, and an investigation was opened by the Consulate General in Jeddah, to determine the actual cause of the fire that claimed the lives of three Algerian nationals "reported yesterday, the Director General of the Office Hadj and Umrah Sheikh Barbara, broadcast on Channel 1, the national radio.

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Madinah’s history showcased in
‘Letters and Illumination’ expo



The exhibits include a painting from 1825 which depicts Madinah and the surrounding areas, such
as the dome, the five minarets, the surrounding mountains, the agricultural fields and key buildings.
14 February 2014

The history of Madinah has been illuminated in words and images at a major art exhibition that opened on Tuesday in the city.

Entitled “Letters and Illumination,” the exhibition includes displays of calligraphy and photographs dating back to the 19th century.

It is being held in Al-Aqeeq District, about 7 km from the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah. It falls outside the haram zone, which allows non-Muslims to visit.

Madinah Gov. Prince Faisal bin Salman opened the event and toured the various sections on Tuesday.

Ayman Hafez, director of the exhibition, told Arab News the exhibition is being held to celebrate Madinah’s selection as the capital city of Islamic Culture for 2013.


The art includes the first photographs taken in Madinah by Egyptian Sadeq Bey from 1880 and Indian photographer Mirza from 1881 as part of a chronological photographic essay up to 1920.

These photographs are from the King Abdul Aziz Foundation, the King Fahd Public Library and the archives of noted international bodies including the Royal Geographic Society and the Barakat Trust.

There are also pictures of some Western Orientalists and famous Saudi photographers and young artists.

The exhibition includes the work of various Saudi artists, including Ahmed Mater, Abdel Nasser Algarm, Arwi Naimi, Adel Qureshi, and Faisal Al-Maliki, focusing on the Prophet’s Mosque, pilgrims, antiques of the region, natural scenery, and aerial photographs of the city.

Hafez said there has been a significant number of visitors including students, artists and scientists. Prominent visitors included Princess Adela bint Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, Princess Fahda bint Saud, and Princess Haifa bint Faisal.


Several participants in the exhibition are from Jordan, Egypt, Japan, China, Syria, Morocco, United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Azerbaijan, Turkey and Kuwait.

All the paintings are original, said Hafez, including a painting from 1825, which includes the names of 18 sites in the Turkish language, and depicts Madinah and the surrounding areas, such as the dome, the five minarets, the surrounding mountains, the agricultural fields and key buildings.

Some of the pictures, shown in a three-dimensional display, portray the history of the area. A statement outlining its meaning accompanies each picture.

The exhibition also pays homage to leading Arab and Saudi calligraphers including Shakir Hassan Al-Said, Ahmad Mustafa, Nassir Al-Salim and the Kuwaiti Farah Bahbahai.

The exhibition showcases a special collection of calligraphers obtained from the British museum including Farhad Mushiri from Iran, Abd Al-Qadir Rayyis from Dubai, Hassan Masoudi from Iraq, and Fuad Kouichi Honda from Japan. This effort was organized in cooperation with two leading galleries, Athr Gallery in Jeddah and Agial in Beirut.


Pictures taken by the Lebanese photographer Carla Salem stand out because she displays a mixture of Japanese and Arabic calligraphy. She produced a picture of the words qamar and shams, Arabic for moon and sun, on the trunk of a tree.

The event will include the publication of “Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah,” a book that presents images from well-known world photographers and edited by the photographer Humberto da Silveira.

The Islamic Education Science and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) selected Madinah as the Capital of Islamic Culture.

— The exhibition is open to the public until March 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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Compensation for expansion of the Prophet's Mosque
turned 12 thousand poor families to " millionaires "


تعويضات توسعة الحرم النبوي تحول 12 ألف أسرة فقيرة إلى "مليونيرات"

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ينتظر أن تتحول 12 ألف أسرة فقيرة من مالكي المنازل الشعبية الملاصقة أو المجاورة للحرم النبوي من الفقر إلى الثراء، وذلك بفضل التعويضات التي ستُصرف لهم مقابل نزع ملكية مساكنهم الشعبية لصالح توسعة خادم الحرمين الشريفين للمسجد النبوي، وفقا لصحيفة الحياة.

يأتي هذا التحول بعد أن قدرت اللجان المعنية سعر المتر للمباني الملاصقة للمسجد النبوي بـ90 ألف ريال، وللمنازل المجاورة بـ65 ألف ريال، وذلك وبحسب صاحب مؤسسة عقارية تدير منازل يشملها التعويض، فإن أكثر من 12 ألف أسرة فقيرة ستتبدل حالهم من الضيق إلى الفرج، حيث إن التوسعة ستشمل أجزاءً كبيرة من 24 حياً ملاصقة للمسجد النبوي.

وقال سعودي من بين الذين ستُنزع عقاراتهم لصالح التوسعة، إن لجان التعويضات قدرت منزله المجاور للمسجد النبوي بـ8 ملايين ريال، مبيناً أنه يخطط لشراء منزل فخم وسيارة جديدة، وتغيير حياته وحياة أسرته.

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Google translation: Waiting to turn 12 thousand poor families of homeowners popular adjacent or near the campus of the Prophet from poverty to riches , thanks to the compensation that will be spent for them against the expropriation of their homes in favor of the expansion of the People's Monarch of the Prophet's Mosque , according to Al-Hayat newspaper .

This shift comes after assessment by the relevant committees price per square meter of buildings adjacent to the Mosque of the Prophet 90 thousand riyals , and the houses nearby 65 thousand riyals , and that , according to the owner of real estate enterprise manages houses covered compensation , more than 12 thousand poor families will change their situation from the narrow to the , where the expansion will include large parts of the 24 living adjacent to the Mosque of the Prophet .

He said a Saudi who Stnzaa between their properties in favor of the expansion , the compensation committees estimated the home next door to the Prophet's Mosque to 8 million riyals , noting that he plans to buy a luxury home and a new car, and change his life and the lives of his family .


Separate services for real estate demilitarized mid- June
and the other pay compensation and excretion during 62 days

In favor of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques for the expansion
of the Grand Mosque of the Prophet and the development of the surrounding areas


فصل الخدمات عن العقارات المنزوعة منتصف شهر جمادى الأخر وصرف تعويضات والإفراغ خلال 62 يومًا
لصالح مشروع خادم الحرمين الشريفين للتوسعة الكبرى للمسجد النبوي وتطوير المناطق المحيطة


الخميس 13/02/2014
فصل الخدمات عن العقارات المنزوعة منتصف شهر جمادى الأخر وصرف تعويضات والإفراغ خلال 62 يومًا
قررت اللجنة الإشرافية على أعمال نزع الملكيات وترحيل الخدمات بمشروع خادم الحرمين الشريفين الملك عبدالله بن عبدالعزيز للتوسعة الكبرى للمسجد النبوي وتطوير المناطق المحيطة به فصل الخدمات عن المنطقة الشرقية وهي المناطق المحاطة بطريق الملك فيصل، وطريق أبي ذر الغفاري، وطريق الملك فهد، وطريق ربعي بن عامر، وطريق ظهير بن رافع، وطريق المطار، وشارع الأعمدة، وطريق الملك عبدالعزيز، وطريق أحمد بن محمد الذهبي، وطريق علي بن أبي طالب، وشارع أربد بن حميرة. أما المنطقة الغربية والتي سيتم فصل الخدمات عنها وهي المناطق المحاطة بطريق أبي بكر الصديق رضي الله عنه، وطريق الملك فيصل، وجبل سلع، وشارع عمرو بن العاص رضي الله عنه، ونفق المناخة. وكذلك المنطقة الواقعة بالجهة الشرقية على تقاطع طريق الملك عبدالعزيز وطريق الملك خالد وطريق الجامعات بالجهة الغربية ومنطقة التوسعة لمحطة التكييف على تقاطع طريق السلام وطريق الجامعات وذلك بتاريخ 15-6-1435هــ. وقد نوهت اللجنة أصحاب العقارات الواقعة في المناطق المشار إليها سرعة التقدم بممتلكاتهم الشرعية إلى مكاتب البريد السعودي لاستكمال إجراءات تعويضاتهم من قبل لجان النزع المكلفة بالمشروع وإخلاء هذه المواقع قبل المدة المحددة لفصل الخدمات وسيتم الصرف والإفراغات قبل موعد فصل الخدمات عن المناطق المقرر إزالتها.

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Google translation: Thursday, 02/13/2014

I decided Supervisory Committee on the work of expropriation and deportation services project of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz to expand Grand Mosque of the Prophet and the development of the surrounding areas separate services for the eastern region , areas surrounded by way of King Faisal, and by Abu Dhar al-Ghafari , and King Fahd Road , and through quarterly Ben Amer , and back through the bin lifter , and the road to the airport , and street columns , and King Abdulaziz , and by Ahmed bin Mohammed golden, by Ali ibn Abi Talib , and Ben Street Irbid Humera . The western region , which will be separated by a service area surrounded by the path of Abu Bakr, may Allah be pleased with him , and King Faisal Road , Mount goods , and Amr Ibn Al -Aas may Allah be pleased with him , and the tunnel Almnachp . As well as procuring East area at the intersection of King Abdulaziz Road and King Khaled Road Steering Western universities and the expansion of the air-conditioning plant at the intersection of the road to peace , and by universities and so on 06/15/1435 AH . The Committee noted the property owners located in the areas referred to speed the progress of their property legitimacy to the offices of the Saudi Post to complete the procedures for compensation by committees sloughing in charge of the project and the evacuation of these sites before the period specified for the separation of services and will exchange Alafragat before the date of separation of services for the areas to be removed.
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Project for Historic Mosques in Madinah

Pictures showing the perspective of the project to maintain the same historic mosques
and the three towers investment in its surroundings


تظهر الصورة المنظورية للمشروع المحافظة على ذات المساجد التاريخية وقيام ثلاث ابراج استثمارية في محيطها





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A large number of visitors at Madinah Museum

إقبال كبير من زوار المدينة المنورة على متحف «السكة الحديد»



Madinah Museum visiting hours:

- Saturday to Thursday from 9:00am to 9:00pm
- Friday from 5:00pm to 9:00pm
2 March 2014

شهد متحف السكة الحديد بالمدينة المنورة والذي تم افتتاح المرحلة الأولى منه ضمن فعاليات ملتقى التراث العمراني الوطني الثالث بالمدينة المنورة في ديسمبر الماضي إقبالاً كبيراً من الزوار من المواطنين ومن زوار المدينة المنورة من مختلف أنحاء العالم، إلى جانب الزيارات المدرسية التي قام بها طلبة وطالبات المدارس، والكليات والجامعات، والوفود الرسمية، والمشاركين في البرامج والأنشطة المقامة بمنطقة المدينة المنورّة. وساهم في إقبال الزوار على المتحف أنه يفتح أبوابه على مدار الأسبوع، حيث تبدأ الزيارة من الساعة التاسعة صباحاً وحتى التاسعة مساءً من يوم السبت حتى الخميس، بينما تبدأ ومن الخامسة مساءً وحتى التاسعة مساءً في اليوم الجمعة، إضافة إلى قربه من المنطقة المركزية للمدينة المنورة من إقبالهم، علاوة على ما يحويه من كنوز أثرية تحكي تاريخ المدينة المنورة عبر آلاف السنين.

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Google translation: Saw the Railroad Museum in Medina , which was inaugurated the first phase of events within the Forum Architectural Heritage third national Medina last December a large turnout of visitors from the citizens and visitors to Medina from around the world , as well as school visits made ​​by the students of the schools , colleges and universities , and official delegations , and participants in the programs and activities undertaken in the Medina . And contributed to the turnout Visitors to the museum that is open throughout the week , which begins the visit from nine o'clock in the morning and until the ninth evening of Saturday through Thursday , while the start and fifth in the evening until nine pm on Friday , in addition to its proximity to the central area of the city of Medina from motivation , in addition to what is in the archaeological treasures tell the history of Medina over the millennia .

Madinah Museum

The museum of Al Madinah is located at the square of Bab Al Anbaryah at the building of the train station, and it is subsidiary to the Department of Museums and Antiquities in the Ministry of Culture and Information. It was founded in Rajab (1419 A.H./1999 A.D.).

The museum aims at: maintaining the heritage and monuments in the Region of Al Madinah Al Munawwarah and collecting the largest number of the heritage parts in one location, disseminating awareness of the importance of heritage, and urging maintaining it.

The museum contains a number of artistic and archeological artifacts representing the diverse ages that the region underwent such as: pottery, housewares , jewelry, and photographs.

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Replace the 183 mosques removed
in favor of the expansion of the Prophet's Mosque


استبدال 183 مسجدا أزيلت لصالح توسعة الحرم النبوي


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أوضح مدير فرع وزارة الشؤون الإسلامية والأوقاف بالمدينة المنورة الدكتور محمد الأمين الخطري أن فرع الوزارة سيعمل على استبدال 183 مسجدا تم هدمها لصالح توسعة المسجد النبوي الشريف في عدد من أحياء المدينة المنورة وهي: الإجابة وحي البحر والمغاربة والمشرفية، لدى صرف تعويضها حسب القواعد الشرعية المتبعة، لافتا إلى أن العمل جار على استكمال تقديم الوثائق الخاصة بها.

وأضاف الخطري أن المساجد الأثرية الواقعة في مخطط المشروع باقية، إذ تم تسليمها إلى هيئة السياحة والآثار وأمانة المدينة المنورة للمحافظة عليها وعدم تعرضها للإزالة أو الاندثار.
يذكر أن المساجد المعدة للهدم، تم ترقيمها لصالح مشروع توسعة المسجد النبوي الشريف استعدادا لإزالتها في القريب العاجل.

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Google translation: The director of a branch of the Ministry of Islamic Affairs and Endowments Medina Dr Mohamed Lamine Alkhatri that branch of the ministry will work to replace the 183 mosques have been demolished in favor of the expansion of the Prophet's Mosque in a number of districts of Medina : the answer is inspired by the sea and the Moroccans and Mishrefeh , in exchange compensated by the legal rules followed , He pointed out that work is underway to complete the submission of documents own.

He added that Alkhatri ancient mosques located in the scheme of the project remain, as it was delivered to the Commission of Tourism and Antiquities and the Secretariat of Medina to keep them and not exposed to the removal or extinction.

The mosques prepared for demolition , was renumbered in favor of the expansion of the Prophet's Mosque in preparation for removal in the near future.
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Traders turn Uhud into marketplace


MAKING A FAST BUCK: Dozens of traders are making a living from pilgrims at the site
of the famous Battle of Uhud in Madinah, selling dates, trinkets and taking photographs of pilgrims.
6 March 2014

Many informal traders continue to make a living from pilgrims at the site of the famous Battle of Uhud, despite a crackdown by the municipality.

The site is one of many in Madinah popular among pilgrims. It has several graves of martyrs including Hamza bin Abdul Muttaleb, uncle of the Prophet (peace be upon him).

Photographers walking around with instant cameras to take pictures of pilgrims, say this is their only source of income. They charge SR10 for one photograph and SR15 for two.

Ahmed Al-Marei, a photographer, told Arab News: “This is our livelihood. The municipal inspectors make life difficult for us. We often have to hide among the pilgrims when they arrive."

He said he earns about SR250 a day during the Umrah season and more during Haj.

Arab News saw dozens of other traders with carts and kiosks spread across the ancient battlefield between the Al-Rumat Mountain and the graveyard of the martyrs, in a haphazard and unpleasant manner. They sell trinkets, plants, dates and other goods.

Pilgrims keep these traders in business buying goods from them. Many Pakistanis, Indians, Indonesians and Turks buy exotic-looking plants from the traders.

Several young people, who appear no older than 15, also frequent the site offering their services as tourist guides for a fee. It is unclear what they charge the pilgrims.

Taxi drivers also make money from pilgrims by transporting them to these and other historical sites in Madinah.

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Brokers threaten Madinah date market


STILL ALIVE: Despite brokers diverting business to date farms, Madinah's central market hums with activity.
10 March 2014

Merchants at the central market in Madinah, who usually experience high demand for dates during the Umrah pilgrimage season, are suffering a lower turnout of customers thanks to the advent of market brokers.

“Market brokers encourage customers to buy dates directly from date producing farms and not through our stalls and stores,” said Ahmad Al-Saidi, a store owner. “Pilgrims from all walks of life used to rush to the market, but many have since been persuaded to visit date farms before coming our way.”

“These brokers approach hotels and pilgrim residences in an effort to promote visits to these farms. They even make agreements with hotel managers and the owners of furnished apartments to take pilgrims on a tour of these farms,” he said. “The dates they see there are actually frozen and not fresh off the land.”

Khaled Al-Mitairfi, another store owner at the central market, said that these brokers are mostly foreigners. “Some brokers offer truck drivers commission to bring pilgrims to the farms,” Al-Mitairfi said.

Store owners have warned that some stores might be forced to shut down because of these brokers. “There is a lack of control on these farms. Illegal expatriates work in this sector without proper licensing,” he said. “Not only do these brokers threaten market revenue, they also pose a threat to customer health. Frozen dates are usually low quality because they are usually stored in refrigerators after being transferred from other farms.”

Stall owners have called on authorities to introduce measures to curb this phenomenon and put an end to their low profit margin ordeal.

Arab News toured the market, situated close to the Prophet’s Mosque, and found variations in the price of dates.

The price of Ajwah, a high quality date, ranges between SR45 and SR50 a kilogram. Anbarah, another high quality date, costs between SR40 and SR50 a kilogram. The Al-Safwi type costs around SR15 per kilogram. Umrah pilgrims also prefer Al-Siqi, which costs SR15 per kilogram.

“Pakistanis, Indonesians, Egyptians and Gulf residents buy their dates from the central market,” one store owner said.

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Project launched for live translation of Madinah sermons


13 March 2014 - 12 Jumada Al-Awwal 1435

MADINAH – Foreigners from non-Arab countries attending Friday prayers at the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah can now listen to the sermons in English and other languages.

Emir of Madinah Prince Faisal Bin Salman on Wednesday formally launched a program for simultaneous translation of Friday sermons at the Prophet’s Mosque, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

Live English and Urdu translations of the Friday sermon began two weeks ago at the Grand Mosque in Makkah.

Speaking at the ceremony, Prince Faisal said the project was one of the noble initiatives of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah, who spares no effort to serve Islam and Muslims.

The prince cited the historic expansion of the two holy mosques currently under way in the two holy cities and the continuous upgrading of services as evidence of this.

Sheikh Abdulrahman Al-Sudais, head of the Presidency for the Two Holy Mosques Affairs, attended the ceremony at the governorate headquarters.

Prince Faisal also opened the Prophet’s Mosque Academy and the Ziyarah Affairs Administration at the mosque.

Earlier, Sheikh Al-Sudais briefed Prince Faisal on the interpretation project and its goals.

He said the project came in line with the directives of King Abdullah to help millions of worshippers who do not speak Arabic to understand the message of Friday sermons in the two holy mosques.

“This is a major accomplishment and a qualitative change in services provided to worshippers,” he said.

On the Prophet’s Mosque Academy, Sheikh Al-Sudais said the academy would work to improve the performance of employees and spotlight the services being provided by the Saudi government to visitors of the Prophet’s Mosque. He said a separate administration for Ziyarah affairs was established to further upgrade the services.

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