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Every year, millions of Muslims from around the world make the journey to Makkah, Saudi Arabia, for the annual pilgrimage (or Hajj). Dressed in the same simple ...
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Learn about the Pilgrims and how they were saved by cod, one of the most important fish in the Atlantic.
Hajj By the Numbers - Islamic Pilgrimage Statistics - About.com
Over 2 million pilgrims arrive in Makkah for the Hajj pilgrimage each year. The responsibility for organizing this massive gathering falls on the government of ...
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The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point - Elizabeth Barrett Browning ...
Read The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point, by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806 -1861).