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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Qibla al-Qudsiyya is the name given to a small sect of the Jews of Medina who converted to Islam in 622/623. When the qibla (direction of prayer for Muslims) was changed from Jerusalem (known in Arabic as al-Quds) to Mecca, these Jews protested and finally declined the change. They remained Muslims, but did not accept any of the verses in the Qur''an written after the date of the split. Little is known of the existence of these Islamic Jews afterwards. The Qur''anic verses referring to the change of Qiblah are all within the second chapter, Al-Baqarah (meaning the Heifer). One verse reads thus: "The fools among the people will say: "What hath turned them from the Qibla to which they were used?" Say: To God belong both east and West: He guideth whom He will to a Way that is straight." (2:142 from Abdullah Y. Ali''s translation).
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