Al-Aqsa in Islam

The Isra and Mi’raj journey

Al-Isra wa Al-Mi’raj (The Night Journey) was a milestone in the Prophetic biography and the history of Islam. The journey has taken place on the twenty-seventh of Rajab in the year before the Hijrah

Al-Aqsa Defenders

Al-Murabita Sahar al-Natsheh Charges: exclaiming Allah is great

Al-Murabita Sahar al-Natsheh was arrested by the Israeli occupation more than once on the charges of “ribat” in Masjid al-Aqsa and inducing others to follow her lead. In recent years, her permanent presence in the courtyards of the Masjid and her confrontations with the army and the fanatic settlers whenever they try to carry out their frequent incursions have frustrated the occupation to its final straw.

Our duty toward Al-Aqsa

Duties of Teachers towards Masjid Al-Aqsa

Our duties and responsibilities for saving and supporting the blessed al-Aqsa Mosque are growing as the Zionist plans recently intensify more and more, so everyone is responsible from his position whether they are teachers, media professionals, artists, doctors, engineers, or lawyers.

Al-Aqsa Architecture

Al-Buraq Wall

Al-Buraq Wall represents the southwestern section of Al-Aqsa Mosque’s wall, some 50 meters in length and approximately 20 meters in height. It is part of Al-Aqsa Mosque and considered an Islamic property.

Al-Aqsa Architecture

Introduction about Al-Aqsa Mosque

Masjid Al-Aqsa is located in the south-east part of the walled city of al-Quds (which is called today the old town). Al-Aqsa is a name to everything surrounded by the wall of Al-Aqsa and comprises of all mosques musalla inside such as Al-Qibli mosque (located on the south side) and the Dome of the Rock (located in the Masjid’s center) in addition to about 200 other sites and buildings located within its borders (walls)

Al-Aqsa Architecture

Corridors

It is the corridor between two rows of columns. Many studies indicate that al-Aqsa mosque had three corridors in the past, extended along the eastern, Northern and Western walls of

Al-Aqsa in Islam

The Blessings (Baraka) of Al-Aqsa Mosque

One can never talk about al-Aqsa Mosque without first pointing to, and stopping at the concept “blessed” that Allah always describes the mosque with. This term and some of its derivatives were repeated in many verses that mentioned al-Aqsa

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