2 thoughts on “Somewhere I would like to go one day……

  1. Subhanallah! What a beautiful story! Would you consider writing it as a historical post? Let me know and I will send you the email for sending the post.

    Have you been there?

    Thank you so much for sharing such a poignant past of this University.

  2. Yes. Masha Allah. This is a blessed place. One reason why it is so blessed may be because the woman who built it fasted all while it was being built and made sure that all the money used to build it was purely from halal sources.
    Also, if you look at the tower, you will see a sword buried in its top. She had that done to stop her two sons from fighting all the time.
    Two lessons: It is all about the spirit. Secondly, righteous people do not always have righteous children. We need to give them as much effort as our “righteous” projects.

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