Muslim Holy Places
Temple Mount - Haram ash-Sharif (Jerusalem)
Holy to both Muslims and Jews, the Temple Mount (or Haram ash-Sharif in Arabic) is the most remarkable well-known symbol of Jerusalem and the most controversial either.
Mosque Al Jazzar (Acco)
According to the text in Arabic engraved over the doorway, the mosque was consecrated in the year 1196 of the Hegira, which corresponds to the year 1781/82 CE, i.e. in the early years of the rule of Al Jazzar Pasha in Acre.
Sidna Ali Mosque (Herzliya)
South of Arsuf-Apollonia, on the western edge of Herzlya, at the top of a limestone hill overlooking the sea, stands a rectangular fortress-like building, commonly known as Mashad Sayyidna Ali.
Mausoleum of Abu Hurayrah (Yavne)
Great Mosque of Ramla
also known as Al-Omari Mosque
White Mosque (Ramla)
Remnants of the White Mosque (al-Masjid al-Abyad)
Mahmoudiya Mosque (Jaffa)
The largest and most significant mosque in Jaffa.
Hassan Bek Mosque (Jaffa)
also known as the Hasan Bey Mosque
The Maritime Mosque (Jaffa)
also known as Al-Bahr Mosque
The Great El Omri Mosque (Tiberias)
Built in 1743 by Daher el-Omar