Muslims from all over the world gather at a particular point in time, in Makkah, where the history of the prophets is imprinted. Here the believers meet in an atmosphere of worship. They are introduced to one another in a special spiritual ambience.
These believers come from different countries. They speak different languages. They belong to different cultural traditions. Despite these differences, they perform the rites of Hajj worship in a united manner. They circumambulate the Kabah at the same time, all together.
Hajj affords the greatest opportunity for the creation of universal unity among the Muslim ummah. This annual worship of Hajj plays the greatest role in inculcating the feeling of oneness among Muslims. Believers scattered all over the world act in unison, and this boosts their conviction that they are a part of a universal religion.
Hajj is a great training course which, despite differences and disagreements, teaches us to live together as one community.