As I walked into my library this past Sunday, I noticed a peculiar glow faintly illuminating the room. It was quite eerie, Sci-fi-ish if you will.
May Allaah pardon and have mercy upon all of us, aameen.
In Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iran, and Jordan, they often reach hundreds of meters in height, and are referred to as “djin” (genies or devils). In the southwestern United States, a dust devil is sometimes called a “dancing devil” or a “sun devil.” The Navajo refer to them as (good or bad) ghosts/spirits of dead Navajos.
The summertime in Jeddah means at least two things: summer vacation and water shortages. And as the temperature rises, the lines at the city’s main water distribution centers grow.
Everything was covered with dust.