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  1. Bakkah [chapter-3 verse-96]
    Baladul Ameen (the safe city) [chapter-95 verse-3]
    Ummul Qura (mother of cities) [chapter-42 verse-7]

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    These are Names of Makkah mentioned in the Quran:

    • Makkah (مكة): This is the most common name used for the city of Makkah.
    • Bakkah (بكة): The term “Bakkah” is used in Surah Al-Imran (3:96) to refer to the Makkah city. It is a synonym for Makkah and is often used poetically.
    • Umm al-Qura (أم القرى): This name is mentioned in Quran in Surah Al-An’am (6:92) and means “Mother of Cities.” It emphasizes the city importance in Islamic history.

    The time of arrival of Hajira and her son Ismail it was not a city as we see today Quran mention only about the ZamZam.

  3. In the Quran, the city of Makkah is referred to by several names, one of which is “Bakkah.” This name is mentioned in Surah Al-Imran (Chapter 3), verse 96:”Indeed, the first House [of worship] established for mankind was that at Bakkah – blessed and a guidance for the worlds.””Bakkah” is an ancient name for Makkah, and it is used in the Quran to emphasize the sacredness and significance of the city as the location of the Kaaba, the most revered sanctuary in Islam.

  4. قرآن کریم میں مکہ کے متعلق بہت سے نام ذکر ہوۓ



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