Globalization is an inevitable phenomenon, one that seems to have become a generic and standard teleological equation to be followed by all who aim for international recognition and prosperity. Yet first, one must ask what Globalization as a term means? Is it truly a post-colonial, modern and western phenomenon that the world has predefined and only refers to Western cosmopolitan regions like London, New York, Paris? Saudi Arabia, a prominent politically active geographical region, is considered to be the epitome of an Islamic Country. A mythicized powerful place which till this day is regarded by many as being an extremist Islamically driven state that runs on an oil driven economy. Mecca, the most populous and the holy province of Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam that ties each and every Muslim around the world to its center, the Ka’ba, where every year millions of pilgrims come together for Hajj and Umrah.