Islamic Holiness

Al-Aqsa is one of the holiest sites in Islam, often mentioned in the Quran.

Interfaith Connection: Al-Aqsa Mosque shares its compound with the Western Wall, one of the holiest sites in Judaism.

Ongoing controversies: The historical importance of the Al-Aqsa Mosque has also made it a focal point of geopolitical tensions and disputes between various religious and political groups.

The historical significance of the  Mosque has also made it a focal point of geopolitical disputes between different religious and political groups.

On-going Controversies

The Al-Aqsa Mosque welcomes visitors from all over the world. Its historical significance, combined with its tranquil atmosphere and panoramic views of Jerusalem, make it a must-visit for tourists and pilgrims

Tourist Attraction

Historical Conquests

Al-Aqsa has been a focal point of various historical events. It has been conquered, recaptured, and rebuilt by different rulers and empires

UNESCO World Heritage Site: In 1981, Al-Aqsa Mosque was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in recognition of its universal cultural and historical value.

Cultural heritage conservation: Constant efforts are made to conserve and preserve the historical and architectural integrity of the mosque complex