Tomb of Prophet Yusha (upon him be peace) This is the tomb of Yusha (upon him be peace), a Prophet who was very close to Musa (upon him be peace) and took his place as the leader of the Bani Israil after his death. He is known as Joshua in the Bible.

Tomb of Prophet Yusha (upon him be peace) This is the tomb of Yusha (upon him be peace), a Prophet who was very close to Musa (upon him be peace) and took his place as the leader of the Bani Israil after his death. He is known as Joshua in the Bible.

Resting place of the Ark of Prophet Nuh (upon him be peace) Mount Judi is the resting place of the Ark built by Nuh (upon him be peace) by the command of Allah. It is situated in south-east Turkey, close to the Syrian and Iraqi borders. The Quranic account of the Flood and Noah’s Ark agrees with that given in the Bible, with a few variations.

Resting place of the Ark of Prophet Nuh (upon him be peace) Mount Judi is the resting place of the Ark built by Nuh (upon him be peace) by the command of Allah. It is situated in south-east Turkey, close to the Syrian and Iraqi borders. The Quranic account of the Flood and Noah’s Ark agrees with that given in the Bible, with a few variations.

Tomb of Prophet Harun (upon him be peace) The white building on top of this mountain is believed to house the tomb of Harun (upon him be peace) who was the brother of Musa (upon him be peace). It is situated on top of Mount Hor, close to the valley of Petra. It was built in the 13th century, by the Mameluk Sultan Al Nasir Mohammad.

Tomb of Prophet Harun (upon him be peace) The white building on top of this mountain is believed to house the tomb of Harun (upon him be peace) who was the brother of Musa (upon him be peace). It is situated on top of Mount Hor, close to the valley of Petra. It was built in the 13th century, by the Mameluk Sultan Al Nasir Mohammad.

Well of Prophet Yusuf (upon him be peace) This structure is regarded as being the well in which the brothers of Yusuf (upon him be peace) [Joseph], out of jealousy, threw him inside and from which he was found by a passing caravan and sold as a slave in Egypt. It is known locally as ‘Jubb Yussef’ and is located near Kibbutz Amiad in the Galilee.

Well of Prophet Yusuf (upon him be peace) This structure is regarded as being the well in which the brothers of Yusuf (upon him be peace) [Joseph], out of jealousy, threw him inside and from which he was found by a passing caravan and sold as a slave in Egypt. It is known locally as ‘Jubb Yussef’ and is located near Kibbutz Amiad in the Galilee.

The Makaami Ibrahim in 1947 # Mecca

The Makaami Ibrahim in 1947 # Mecca

Tomb of Prophet Uzair (upon him be peace) This is believed to be the location of the grave of Prophet Uzair [Ezra] (upon him be peace). It is in the Amarah province in Iraq.  (more to follow)

Tomb of Prophet Uzair (upon him be peace) This is believed to be the location of the grave of Prophet Uzair [Ezra] (upon him be peace). It is in the Amarah province in Iraq. (more to follow)

Tomb of Prophet Ebrahim (upon him be peace) This is the tomb of Ebrahim (upon him be peace) which is built directly above his actual grave which is below ground. On the left side is the window from the Jewish synagogue which is built right next to the mosque. This place is a source of great friction between Muslims and Jews and is heavily guarded.

Tomb of Prophet Ebrahim (upon him be peace) This is the tomb of Ebrahim (upon him be peace) which is built directly above his actual grave which is below ground. On the left side is the window from the Jewish synagogue which is built right next to the mosque. This place is a source of great friction between Muslims and Jews and is heavily guarded.

Tomb of Prophet Hud (upon him be peace) This tomb, in Hadhramaut, Yemen belongs to Hud (upon him be peace) who was sent as a Prophet to the people of ‘Aad. The people of ‘Aad were known uniquely for their mighty strength and size. The majority however, rejected the invitation of Hud (upon him be peace) and were destroyed by a powerful wind. The eleventh Surah of the Holy Quran is named after Hud (upon him be peace).

Tomb of Prophet Hud (upon him be peace) This tomb, in Hadhramaut, Yemen belongs to Hud (upon him be peace) who was sent as a Prophet to the people of ‘Aad. The people of ‘Aad were known uniquely for their mighty strength and size. The majority however, rejected the invitation of Hud (upon him be peace) and were destroyed by a powerful wind. The eleventh Surah of the Holy Quran is named after Hud (upon him be peace).

Maqam of Prophet Musa (upon him be peace) The exact place where Musa (upon him be peace) is buried is unknown but tradition holds that Salahuddin Ayyubi once had a dream where he was shown this spot. He had a mosque built on the site which was further expanded by Sultan Baybars in 1269 CE. The Maqam is located 11km south of Jericho and 20km east of Jerusalem.

Maqam of Prophet Musa (upon him be peace) The exact place where Musa (upon him be peace) is buried is unknown but tradition holds that Salahuddin Ayyubi once had a dream where he was shown this spot. He had a mosque built on the site which was further expanded by Sultan Baybars in 1269 CE. The Maqam is located 11km south of Jericho and 20km east of Jerusalem.

Tomb of Prophet Lut (upon him be peace) This building houses the tomb of Lut (upon him be peace) [Lot] and is situated in the town of Bani Na’im near the Dead Sea.

Tomb of Prophet Lut (upon him be peace) This building houses the tomb of Lut (upon him be peace) [Lot] and is situated in the town of Bani Na’im near the Dead Sea.

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