Inside Mecca is a TV movie documentary by the National Geographic channel, directed by Anisa Mehdi and Taghi Amirani. It follows the story of three pilgrims from the United States, South Africa, and Malaysia as they travel to Mecca for the Hajj, the largest annual Islamic pilgrimage in the world. Released in 2003, this film shows the historical significance of Mecca (or Makkah) to the Muslim and non-Muslim community of the world.
In Inside Mecca, narrator Keith David journeys with Fidelma O'Leary, a collgege professor from the US; Khalil Mandhlazi, a religious radio commentator from South Africa; and Ismail Mahbob, a business executive from Malaysia, as they undertake a life-changing event on their lives: going to Mecca for the Islamic pilgrimage. This documentary focuses not only on the Hajj itself, but also on the three pilgrims' preparation and spiritual enlightening.
Inside Mecca has a 6.6/10 rating in IMDb and has received fair reviews from viewers.