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We visited during the last 13 days of Ramadan. I was mezmorised by this beautiful masjid it is full of worshippers day & night the iftaar was a sight & prayu g tarawee here was an amazing experience. Although security is strict as they are...More
This whole compound with the two large mosques aswell as the land around it is called masjid aqsa , qibli masjid is the one with the silver dome on top, the main prayers are held here aswell as the gold dome of the rock, it...More
I booked a tour with a uk based group called Al Israa for a 6 day tour of the beautiful place that is steeped in SO much history.
The is a lot of walking around the old town to get to the main gates of...More
The Aqsa compound is a serene garden containing a number of mosques, a library, a school, an antiquities department, etc.
If you aren't Muslim, you can't go inside any of the buildings. This is a political issue that won't be solved anytime soon. But just...More
I wanted to visit this mosque for many years. I was so glad to be able to visit and spend a few days in the holy land. It's the third holiest mosque in Islam after Makkah and Madinah mosques. Very peaceful grounds especially in the...More
A guided tour will tell you about the sites history, its significance, what led to its creation and it impact on its communities.
Important to be a cultured tourist of what to wear, hours of visitation, and other restrictions.
Even without a guide, it is...More
We couldn't enter the mosque being a non-muslim. The grounds looked good and a visit to the third most religious place of the Muslims is worth . We went through the cobbled streets of the old city to the gate but the guards told us...More
This is a holy site that is worth visiting with a guide to pay respect, see the grounds and, with effort, see the beauty of the mosque interior. You cannot go inside the building as a non-Muslim without a guide. We were able to go...More
This site has changed hands between Christians and Muslims many times. Now is a mosque. There is nothing attractive, unless you are a Muslim. As a matter of fact you kind of feel push away by the attitude of the people, if you are not...More
Response from 145elite123145 | Reviewed this property |
At one time Mosque's were open to the public, but one would have to check to see if that is true in some cases. While we were in Israel most Mosque's were off limits and in some cases Muslim's were even questioned before... More
At one time Mosque's were open to the public, but one would have to check to see if that is true in some cases. While we were in Israel most Mosque's were off limits and in some cases Muslim's were even questioned before entering.
Response from VHIAJANTE | Reviewed this property |
To go to Al Aqsa is very simple as long as you are in Jerusalem and you are a muslim. If you want to visit another religious places you can go independently of your religion. Usually, only muslins establish this... More
To go to Al Aqsa is very simple as long as you are in Jerusalem and you are a muslim. If you want to visit another religious places you can go independently of your religion. Usually, only muslins establish this restrictions.
However, I didn´t understand your question very well. What do you want to do in 10 days? Could you more specific?