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Jerusalemite Concepts

– Linguistically, a “mosque” is a place of Sujood (kneeling to Allah); i.e. a place of worship. It is claimed that prophet Mohammed, PBUH, has said: “the earth has been made a place of prostration and a means of purification”. – This doesn’t include all the places were Muslims pray, rather the buildings that are designated for the 5 prayers. – Any mosque in Islam must have 3 fundamentals:  1 . a land 2 . borders 3 . Qibla If these 3 requirements exist, the building is considered a mosque.

The Law of the Property of the Absentees

The Occupation State has implemented an unjust law against Jerusalemites called the Absentees’ Law, which dates back to 1950, when the Knesset approved it. Under […]

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144 acres

Al-Aqsa Mosque is all what is inside the fence in an area of ​​144 thousand square meters (144 acres) and quadrangle irregular shape, the building […]

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Jerusalemite Milestones

Jerusalemite milestones are up to 200 ones, including niches, terraces, and many other milestones.

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It’s not a Sanctuary

Al-Aqsa Mosque is not a sanctuary like the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah and the Sacred Mosque in Mecca, since Al-Haram ( the Sacred ) mosque, […]

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One Whole: There is No Such Thing As Eastern or Western Jerusalem

These terms are applied to the territories occupied in 1948 and 1967, which is a misnomer that the occupation seeks to spread among the people. […]

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The Moriah Plateau

The Al Aqsa Mosque was built on a plateau called the Moriah Plateau, a Canaanite word meaning Mukhtar. The highest place in this plateau is […]

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The Spirits Cave

The spirits cave: It is a cavity within the Supervised Rock. The existence of this cavity led people to believe that the rock is suspended […]

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The Old Town

The center of the city of Jerusalem, the place inside the fence renewed by Suleiman al-Qanuni,  ​​871 thousand square meters and more than 37 thousand […]

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The Holy Rock

The rock is a natural rock that did not move from its place and did not fly and all that is reported is superstition, and […]

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Al-Isra’a and Al-Mi’raj Night Journey

Al-Isra’a means the journey from Al-Haram Mosque in Mecca to Al- Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, which is the first Islamic opening of the Holy City. […]

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500 prayers

One prayer in Al-Aqsa Mosque equals in reward 500 prayers in other mosques as stated in the Hadith about Al-Aqsa Mosque virtues.

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The Relationship between Al-Aqsa and Al-Kaaba / the Builder

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) tells us that the time gap between the building of Al-Kaaba and the building of […]

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