Yalamlam

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Miqat Yalamlam

ميقات يلملم
Miqat for the people of Yemen, named Yalamlam, Alsaadiah or Saya
Miqat for the people of Yemen, named Yalamlam, Alsaadiah or Saya
Location of Yalamlam is ES.ofJeddah
Location of Yalamlam is ES.ofJeddah
Coordinates: 20°31′4.3″N 39°52′12.8″E / 20.517861°N 39.870222°E / 20.517861; 39.870222Coordinates: 20°31′4.3″N 39°52′12.8″E / 20.517861°N 39.870222°E / 20.517861; 39.870222
Country Saudi Arabia
ProvinceMakkah (Mecca)
Established590+ AD
Joint Saudi Arabia1925
Time zoneUTC+3 (EAT)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+3 (EAT)
Postal Code
(5 digits)
Area code(s)+966-

Miqat Yalamlam (Arabic: ميقات يلملم‎) is one of the five miqats assigned by Prophet Muhammed to enter the ihram state for muslim pilgrims ( aka Hujjaj) going to Mecca. It is the assigned Miqat for all pilgrims coming from all regions located to the south of Mecca.[1]

Miqat Yalamlam is nowadays a small souq with a mosque in the Mecca Province of Saudi Arabia. It is situated around 100 kilometres (62 mi) southwest of Mecca and 90 kilometres (56 mi) north of Al Lith.

Miqat Yalamlam is historically is the sole of Wadi Yalamlam. The current location is assigned by the Saudi government to be near the Red Sea coast road (National Road No. 5), at a location called Saya (سعيا).

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  1. ^ "Yalamlam | Hajj & Umrah Planner". hajjumrahplanner.com. Retrieved 2017-04-10.