One Day In The Haram - Official Trailer

One Day in the Haram is the extraordinary story of the Haram in Makkah, a place so revered that non-Muslims are forbidden from even setting foot in it.

For the 1st time in history, witness the inner workings of the Haram, as seen through the eyes of the workers, over a one day period.

Packed with knowledge and never before seen footage, this is a film that anyone with even a passing interest in Islam must see.

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Reasah Alharmain and Arabia Pictures presents in association with al Rajhi Endowments: One Day in the Haram
Edited by Abdullah Al-Harazy
Production Manager Mohamed al-Yafai

Location Sound Mohsen Hamady
Soundtrack by Abdullah Rolle

Haram Consultant Maher Al-Zahrani
Executive Producer Abduleleh Al Ahmary

Produced by Abrar Hussain and Abdullatif alshehri
Written and Directed by Abrar Hussain

  Category: Featured, Highlights, Life & Society, Middle East, Videos
  Topics: Makkah (Mecca), Masjid Al Haram, Media  Channel: Documentaries
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