The researcher clarifies in the beginning of his study the historic importance of Mecca and its value to Muslims where the second Kiblah is located and being the destination of all Muslims who go for pilgrimage and the minor hajj every year. The researcher also exposes to the major problems that face Mecca visitors such as high rents specialty during the pilgrimage and minor hajj seasons proposing various solutions. Then clarifies the origin of dispute about selling and lease of Mecca's real estate in the Islamic jurisprudence identifying the two basis on which the dispute arouse. The researcher further moves in his study to point out the provisions of this sale and the lease, clarifying the scholar’s opinions, defining the source of dispute, discussing it and giving his opinion
In the final stage, the researcher lists his conclusions of this research
"Sale and Lease of Mecca Real Estate in the Islamic jurisprudence,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2001:
15, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2001/iss15/7