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Muslims do not worship the Ka’bah rather they worship the lord of the ka’bah who is none other than Allah. The Ka’bah is rich in history with regards to who built it and the stories of the Prophets around it. But the reality of the Ka’bah is that it is simply a central point where all prayers are directed in order for all believers to be harmonious and part of one big family.

The Ka’bah is the cube-shaped building covered with a black cloth in Mecca that is believed by Muslims to have been the first house of worship to God. Muslims throughout the world face towards the Ka’bah when they perform each of their daily prayers.