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What is kaaba key called rataj or ramaj?

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when his mother was pregnant and visiting Kaaba (the home of God at Mecca) she felt pain of birth and could not go to home. immediately the wall of Kaaba opened and she entered and wall closed people took the key of door of Kaaba but could not open the door. after 3 days she came our with the baby in his hands. and the baby recited some verses of Quran.


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