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AS-SAKHRA mosque ("The Dome Of The Rock"). AL-OMAR mosque. Sebagian orang mengatakan ini adalah Masjid Khalifah Umar Bin Khattab ra yang dibangun setelah penaklukan Baitul Maqdis yang pertama kali.

AS-SAKHRA mosque ("The Dome Of The Rock"). AL-OMAR mosque. Sebagian orang mengatakan ini adalah Masjid Khalifah Umar Bin Khattab ra yang dibangun setelah penaklukan Baitul Maqdis yang pertama kali.

Interior of The Dome of the Rock This rock is believed to be the place from where the Prophet Muhammed (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) ascended to heaven (mi’raj) during his night journey to Jerusalem. It is the opinion of some scholars that the angel Israfeel (upon him be peace) will blow the soor (trumpet) from this place to herald the Day of Judgement.

Interior of The Dome of the Rock This rock is believed to be the place from where the Prophet Muhammed (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) ascended to heaven (mi’raj) during his night journey to Jerusalem. It is the opinion of some scholars that the angel Israfeel (upon him be peace) will blow the soor (trumpet) from this place to herald the Day of Judgement.

To Kaaba by ~raeid on deviantART

Dijo el Mensajero de Allâh (swas): Deja aquello que te hace dudar de su licitud y encamínate a lo que no te hace dudar. Pues la verdad realmente es tranquili­dad, sosiego y paz interna; y la mentira, duda.

#183. The Kaaba. Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Islamic, Pre-Islamic monument; rededicated by Muhammad in 631-632 CE; multiple renovations. Granite masonry, covered with silk curtain and calligraphy and silver-wrapped threat. Archnet

#183. The Kaaba. Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Islamic, Pre-Islamic monument; rededicated by Muhammad in 631-632 CE; multiple renovations. Granite masonry, covered with silk curtain and calligraphy and silver-wrapped threat. Archnet

185. Dome of the Rock. Jerusalem, Palestine. Islamic, Umayyad. 691–692 C.E., with multiple renovations. Stone masonry and wooden roof decorated with glazed ceramic tile, mosaics, and gilt aluminum and bronze dome.

185. Dome of the Rock. Jerusalem, Palestine. Islamic, Umayyad. 691–692 C.E., with multiple renovations. Stone masonry and wooden roof decorated with glazed ceramic tile, mosaics, and gilt aluminum and bronze dome.

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