One Day in the Haram
Documentaries • 1h 22m
Masjid Al-Haram is the most revered Islamic holy site in the world - spanning millennia of prophetic history, millions of Muslims visit annually for Umrah and Hajj pilgrimages. For the first time, experience the power of this sacred space through the eyes of the people who live and work there.
From the award winning director of One Day in Al-Aqsa and the Oscar nominated executive producer of The Look of Silence comes a unique angle to the history, architecture, and modern day workings in the maintenance of the holiest site to billions of people around the world.
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