Islam

Nabi Musa

Nabi Musa

Nabi Musa meaning “The Prophet Moses” is the name of a site in the Judaean Desert believed to be the tomb of Moses (according to

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Hisham’s Palace

Just outside of Jericho lies most of the most important early Islamic archaeological sites of the Umayyad dynasty, Hisham’s Palace. Dating back to the 8th

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Hamam al-Basha

Hamam al-Basha

Hamam al-Basha was established in 1795 by the governor of the north of the country; Ahmad al-Jazar and is named after him. It is said

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El-Jazzar Mosque

El-Jazzar Mosque

The el-Jazzar Mosque which is also known as the White Mosque is located on el-Jazzar Street inside the walls of the old city of Acre;

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Al-Aqsa Mosque

For Muslims, The Nobel Sanctuary, which houses the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock; is the home of the third holiest site for

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Al-Buraq

Al-Buraq

The mythological creature al-Buraq is the creature that carried Muhammad from Mecca to Jerusalem. The Buraq which means in Arabic lightning.

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