|Including showing that the Kaaba is great and has a terrifying sanctity in this universe and has protection from the greatest master of this universe, showing the plot of the polytheists in planning to destroy the Kaaba, showing that it is not Rky Arabs of the Quraysh glorify the Holy House of God the Kaaba||He said: So he ordered his camels and I returned to him|
|The Negus became angry with him and decided to take the ruling from him, but Abraha announced His surrender and loyalty to the Negus, so he pardoned him and kept him as ruler of Yemen||defeat the army He said: I am the owner of these camels, and the house has a Lord who will prevent him|
He said: You came to a house that is your religion and your debt.
|And when Abraha the Abyssinian saw him, he honored and glorified him, and sat next to him||He said: So he went out with him until he came to the camp|
|The most beautiful phrase in the history of humanity||Lessons and lessons The story of the owners of the elephant is one of the great stories of the Arabs in the Arabian Peninsula, which took a long way in the history of the Arabs, and they have been circulating it until today|
And he rode Abraha on the elephant to go to the Kaaba, so the elephant refused to walk, until he hit his head with the pickaxe and also refused to walk, and he entered the troughs in it, but he also refused, so he directed the elephant towards Yemen and started running, redirecting it to Mecca.
|He built a great church that has no equal on the face of the earth, for the people of the island to perform pilgrimages to it instead of the Kaaba, and Abraha sent delegations to the Arabian Peninsula to invite them to the pilgrimage in the church he built, but the people of the Arabian Peninsula refused to do so||So the Messenger came to Abd al-Muttalib ibn Hashim, the master of Mecca and Quraish, and Abd al-Muttalib said to him: We have no power over you, and the House has a Lord who protects it|
|Your forefathers and I forbade you, so I demolished it, so why did you speak to me about it, and you spoke to me about two hundred camels for you? After a while, Abraha turned against Aryat and became the ruler of Yemen||In ancient times in the Arabian Peninsula, Yemen had a king named Dhu Nawas, and this king burned the Christians of Najran|
I am not finished until I spend the Arab pilgrimage to it.28