A study conducted by Dr. Haitham Al-Rattrout confirms that the shape of Al-Aqsa Mosque and the original building of Al-Kabah are identical, and this indicates […]View Info
Jews celebrate the Hanukkah to commemorate the reconstruction of Al-Aqsa Mosque that happened in 164 B.C. Greeks took over Jerusalem, and persecuted Jews who were […]View Info
The 9th of August is a fateful day for Jews. It marks the destruction of their alleged Temple, twice. On that day, they practice mourning […]View Info
Ashura is the 10th day of the Hijri month Muharram, where very important historic events have happened. This was the day that Prophet Moses was […]View Info
A corner is a place for worship. One of the religious ascetics a group of followers for worship and remembrance of Allah. During the Mamluk […]View Info
Named after the Mujahid Sheikh Makki. It is a small mosque with an Ottoman style. It is in As-Sa’diya Quarter. The mosque has recently been […]View Info
It was built in the Crusader era. The mosque is located near Al-Mi’thanah Al-Hamra’a Mosque. It was turned into a mosque during the Ottoman era. […]View Info
Located in the southern side of the fence and Al-Aqsa Mosque, overlooking the Caliphate House, and the Umayyad palaces; that were located in the southern […]View Info
Because we believe that culture is the first step to get Jerusalem back, we seek to raise self –awareness and Jerusalemite-oriented intellect in the Muslim Arab society with all its’ sects, support Jerusalemite citizens by spreading words about their plight, and adopt new ideas that are concerned in the Jerusalemite matter; all through preparation of youth committees capable of supporting the cause, with high efficiency and good skill.
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The American President, Donald Trump, has announced his administration’s official recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Also, he moved the American Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, in a move that was preceded by Arab, Islamic, and international criticism and condemnation.