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Mom: Son, we are 200 miles from Mecca. Son: Really? I can't wait. Narrator: If they are able Sunni Muslims have to travel to Mecca once in their lifetime.
Son: Mom, do we have to travel like this for the rest of our lives. Mom: Yes, we are traveling like our ancestors did thousands of years ago. Narrator: The Medes traveled like this thousands of years ago.
Mom: Son, we going to work on your Kurdish. Say I love you. Son: Ez hejte dikim. Mom: Good job. Narrator: Kurdish is good to learn, because not every Kurd speaks English.
Mom: Son, we have to say our five prayers. Son: Ok. Narrator: Sunni Muslims say five prayers a day and say them facing toward Mecca.
Mom: Son, we are 10 miles away from Mecca. Son: Yay. Narrator: The son should be happy, because he gets to see his uncles, aunts, and cousins. He also gets to have some water and food.
Mom: Son, we are here, and we will be staying here for 29-30 days. Son: I know, I have done this before Mom. Narrator: Sunni Muslims pray in Mecca from sun rise to sun fall. They don't eat during the day. They only eat after the sun falls. They don't leave until they can see the moon.
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