Greenery came in the desert of Mecca-Medina, the holiest cities of Muslims, Prophet’s prediction on doomsday coming true!


Riyadh: A very rare incident has happened around Mecca and Medina, the two holiest cities of millions of Muslims around the world. In the mountainous areas of these two important cities of Saudi Arabia, there is a lot of greenery inside the desert. The video of this area is now being widely shared on social media. It is being told that this greenery in this area has happened due to the heavy rains last year. At the same time, many people are also seeing this miraculous event by connecting it with the prophecy of Prophet Muhammad which has been going on for thousands of years.

In the month of December last year, it rained heavily around the cities of Mecca and Medina. Due to this, grass has now grown in the hilly and desert areas around both the cities. In its viral video, it is seen that camels and other animals are eating these grasses. Saudi Arabia is known for its desert and very hot weather. In such a situation, the appearance of rain and greenery here is considered to be a very unique phenomenon in itself. Not only this, these grassy areas can also be seen from NASA’s satellite.

According to the report of the British newspaper The Sun, the local people are saying that this is a sign of the coming of doomsday, when the world will end. Prophet Muhammad is said to have said 1400 years ago, ‘The end time will not come until the land of Arabia will be covered with meadows and rivers.’ At the same time, many people are seeing it linked to the recent move to promote the greenery of Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, climate change experts say that excessive rains and flash floods are probably caused by climate change.

Leo Meyer, director of the Climate Connect organization, said, ‘You can’t necessarily say that the reason for the heavy rains in Saudi Arabia is climate change. Weather has always been changing but this type of very bad weather is increasing all over the world. Mecca is considered the holiest city in Islam. The average summer temperature here is 41°C. During this time only 2 to 3 mm of rain falls.

In the month of December last, the rains reached their record level and there was a stir due to floods in the entire city. Muslims coming to Mecca to visit the Kaaba had to pass through flood waters. The Sun’s report states that whether the world will end or not cannot be said, but this greenery is a welcome event for Mecca and Medina.