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Kababir

Ahmadiyya Mosque

Israelandyou has already noted the unique pacifist brand of Islam held by the Ahmadiyya sect. Now you are invited to actually visit their Israeli center in Kababir, Haifa. The Ahmadiyya ...

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White Tower

White Tower

The White Tower is not white. It takes its name from the nearby White Mosque built in the 8th century city which was destroyed by a huge earthquake. Only the ...

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Lod’s Tourist Potential

St. George Church

Lod has all the potential to become a tourist center in Israel, however the future of tourism and pilgrimage in Lod is not optimistic. The municipal government and the Ministry ...

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The Great Mosque of Ramla

The Great Mosque of Ramla

The Great Mosque of Ramla is the largest original and complete crusader church in Israel. Masjid al Omari means that a previous building was transformed into this mosque. The cathedral of John ...

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Temple Mount Compound

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The purpose of this post is to present to three different monotheistic versions of a tour of the Temple Mount: Jewish, Christian and Muslim. (Actually five if you include the ...

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Al-Jazzar Mosque, Acre

Al Jazzar Mosque

Al-Jazzar Mosque in Acre, which is known in Arabic as Jama El-Basha (the Pasha’s Mosque), was also formerly known as Jama El-Anwar (the Mosque of Lights). The mosque which was inaugurated ...

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Zawiyat al-Shaziliyya

Zawayat El-Shadlia

Ali Nur al-Din al Yashruti el-Magrabi, a young Sufi sheikh left Tunis, North Africa on his way to Mecca. In Lebanon the Prophet Jona appeared to him in a dream ...

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Adventure on the Temple Mount

Dome of the Rock

Cops and Robbers Visiting the holiest site for Judaism in the Jewish state requires playing a game of “cops and robbers”. Moslems, of course can enter through any of the ...

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Kaukab Abu al-Hija

Kaukab Abu al-Hija

Kaukab Abu al-Hija  is an Arab Muslim village in Israel, in the Lower Galilee is  located on the rolling hills of the Segev area of Lower Galilee, 425 metres above sea level. The village, with its population ...

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