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Bab Al-Amoud will always remain the spectacular gate for Al-Aqsa Mosque

        The large wall, where the gate of Bab Al-Amoud merged its shoulders within it, combined of two large towers. Like ‘Mashrabiyat’ in Khan Al-Khalili, small stone orients were projected from the towers and supported by short thick beautiful braids. 78 more words


Snow covers the Dome of the Rock

Snow covers the Dome of the Rock in the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount, in Jerusalem’s Old City, as seen from the Mount of Olives. 20 more words


Islamic Leader Urges Muslims to Visit Jerusalem Holy Site

The Associated Press

JERUSALEM — The head of the world’s largest Islamic organization on Monday paid a rare visit to Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque, urging Muslims to follow suit and come to the city in a bid to strengthen… 310 more words

Minbar of Saladin (Salhuddin Ayyubi) in Al Aqsa Mosque Part 1

For continuation please watch the rest of the parts on you tube. I was fortunate to be a student of Keith Critchlow and was also briefly taught by Sir Christopher Frayling.

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