Out to kill our sleep

Our hotel in Makkah was the best spot. You peeped out the window and could see the minaret of the Masjid al Haram. It was right behind the Makkah Hilton, and more importantly, right above the Hunain cassette store! That meant one wonderful thing, along with the bustle of the Makkah night we got to hear nasheeds and duas playing all night. And not just any nasheeds and duas. They chose the best of the best. Muhammad Nabeena and Sheikh Sudais’s Khatam, which I can promise you if it’s loud enough, you will not get sleep. Well, I managed to get sleep, but my siblings didn’t have the same good fortune, which was hard on them especially our first day in Makkah given the lack of sleep we’d already been going through. We tried convincing ourselves that the nasheed was the most annoying nasheed ever, and there is no way we’d buy it. Needless to say, the night before we left Makkah, we did buy it! After all, they are the cutest kid singers, mashaAllah. And I’m sure most of you’ll have heard it, because even now two years later it’s still popular, but since the whole album isn’t around much for download, here it is. 😉



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One Response to Out to kill our sleep

  1. Silver Pearl says:

    Asalamu alaykum warahmatullaah,

    Muhammaad Nabeena by Hamada Hilaali? Ooooh heard it few times in Misr and here on Iqra and Misr channel, Masha’Allaah its beautiful but its got music. Nice blog!

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