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Eid al Fitr

Did you know that today is the Muslim holiday of Eid al fitr? Eid al-Fitr is the “Festival of Breaking the Fast“, is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that concludes the ...

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Muharram – מוחרם

The Islamic Calendar The Hijri year of 1441 (AH -Anno Hegirae) has begun with the sighting of the moon of Muharram-ul-Haram. It coincides with the Prophet’s journey from Mecca to Medina ...

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Where is the real Mecca?

Eid Mubarak First of all I want to wish all my Muslim friends in Israel and around the world. “Eid Mubarak“!! Let’s learn more about Eid al-Adha, Hajj, and Mecca. ...

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Nabi Musa by Air Drone *

Nabi Musa – نبي موسى‎ Israeli and Palestinian Sunni Muslims celebrated at Nabi Musa an annual seven-day long religious festival beginning on the Friday before Good Friday in the old Greek Orthodox calendar. The festival centered on a ...

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Rimal, Gaza Synagogue *

This post is wishful thinking that some day Gaza can become a tourist attraction. Rimal is the upper end higher socio-economic neighborhood where surprisingly enough there was once a Jewish ...

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Horvat Minya – Horvat Minnim*

Horvat Minya – Horvat Minnim in the Umayyad Period Horvat Minya – Horvat Minnim is the only Umayyad Arabic archaeological site in Israel with remains above the ground. Horvat Minya ...

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Al Omari Mosque Tiberias *

Al Omari Mosque Tiberias Daher al-Omar (1689/90 – 21 August 1775) built “The Great Mosque Tiberias” in 1743 in Khan square in the heart of the old city of Tiberias. ...

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Minarets

http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/beautiful-mosque/

What is a Minaret? Minarets are a tall spire standing on or next to mosques and is usually taller. This is where the muezzin call out the Adhan – Call ...

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Nabi Musa

  Maqam El-Nabi Musa Nabi Musa lies 11 km south of Jericho and 20 km east of Jerusalem in the Judaean wilderness. It is considered by popular Muslim tradition to be the grave of the ...

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Happy Birthday Muhammed – Happy Mawlid

http://www.prayerandpolitiks.org/signs-of-the-times/2015/12/24/news-views-notes-and-quotes.1807901

Just by coincidence, this year 2015,  Mohammed’s “nativity” celebration, called “Mawlid”, happens to fall on Christmas Eve. Doesn’t it make you wonder why different monotheistic religions have similar traditions? The ...

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