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Isra Wal Miraj Masjid Al Aqsa Package 2021

  • Date: 25-03-2020 Rtn 29-03-2020
  • Flights: From Only £170
  • Package Cost-  £450
  • No of Nights: 4

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5 days Masjid Al Aqsa Tour 2021

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Masjid Al Aqsa Tour Package

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  • Flights: Not Included
  • Package Cost- £425
  • No of Nights: 4

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Al Aqsa Tours Package

Different religions in the world have their own traditions, festivals, heritages, and rituals. Islam is one of the high esteemed religions which give importance to rituals and Visiting Al Aqsa is the wish of many people after Makkah and Madina. Although, the visit of Al Aqsa is not obligatory the people who wish to visit Masjid Al Aqsa can make use of the cheap Masjid Al Aqsa Packages offered by Haramayn Tours. We provide cheap flight tickets from the UK to let you visit Al Aqsa and perform the rituals. When you will opt for the Haramayn tours Al Aqsa tours, then you will get return tickets, luxury transportation, and hotel accommodation and our representatives will be in contact with you to provide any kind of assistance during the Al Aqsa tour from the UK.

Enjoy Full Guided Tours

A guided walking tour of Masjid Al-Aqsa as the local guide lectures you on the History of Palestine while walking through the blessed areas of this marvelous site. Book your trip and enjoy the discovery of the rich history of Masjid Al-Aqsa. Make the most of your time and benefit from our integrated solution with special packages that will meet your highest expectations and exact needs. Visit the temple mount on an organized tour. Our travel and Umrah packages are perfectly tailored for those wishing to visit Masjid  Al-Aqsa and the temple mount Including a hotel stay within close proximity of Masjid Al-Aqsa tours. You can explore the Old City while remaining close to the other breathtaking tourist attractions.

Experience an unforgettable trip to the first Qiblah for Muslims all around the world. We delightfully welcome you on an amazing trip to the site of al-Masjid al-Aqsa. We offer you the opportunity to discover around the site of Masjid al Aqsa tour where you get to see the mesmerizing history reflected through details of mastered architecture. 

Al Aqsa Mosque

Haramayn Tours offers plenty of travel packages to the most interesting destinations in the world. The inclusiveness of packages will guarantee a safe, enjoyable tour during your entire stay. Haramayn Tours offers tours to the most famous historical places in the world. One of these locations is Al Aqsa in Palestine. The mosque is a common destination for tourists around the world as it serves as an attraction where you can explore breathtaking beauty. This mosque is also called Bayt al-Muqaddas. Located in the historical city of Al Quds, the mosque is viewed as the third holiest mosque in Islam.
This famous mosque previously included the Dome of the Rock, the silver-domed mosque sits and the seventeen gates and four minarets, but nowadays this mosque is narrowly defined. The entire compound is called Al-haram Asharif which signifies “the Noble Sanctuary” which is also a holy site in the city of Al Quds.
According to Holy Qur’an, the prophet Mohammad was miraculously transported from the Sacred Mosque located in Makkah to al-Aqsa at night. Islamic history, Prophet Mohammad took this site as a destination when praying. In the seventeenth month after the emigration, Allah ordered the Prophet Mohammad SAW to lead prayer towards the Kaba.

History Of Al Aqsa Mosque

Previously, this mosque was a decent house for prayer established by Umar, the Rashidun caliph. It was then rebuilt by Caliph Abd al-Malik during the Umayyad era and also expanded to include more space. Afterward, His son Al-Walid finished its construction in 705 CE. In 746, the entire mosque was destroyed by 746. However, in 754, Al Mansur rebuilt it during the Abbasid era. The mosque experienced another reconstruction by another successor, Al-Mahdi, who rebuilt it in 780. In 1033, another earthquake stroke the mosque which led to its destruction, but it was rebuilt by the Fatimid caliph Ali Azzahir two years after the earthquake.
The mosque Azzahir built is the one visitor come to see every day up to this day. The mosque is a famous attraction in Palestine that gives tourists a wonderful opportunity to witness the breathtaking beauty of architecture. The mosque will give some visitors a nostalgic sensation as it usually symbolizes Islamic history and civilization thanks to the great events that once happened in or near the holy mosque. Our deal is specifically designed to make get the best of your visit to this beautiful place. We will assist your visit with our inclusive service and useful guidance.

The name of the mosque in Arabic means the farthest mosque and it is seen to every Muslim as the third holiest mosque in Islam. What gives this mosque its special place in the hearts of Muslims is the famous visit of Prophet Mohammad peace and blessing be upon him in 621 CE. The miraculous journey on the Burak is emblazoned in the minds of Muslims up to this day. The prophet Mohammad’s peace and blessing be upon him emphasized the special value of this mosque on many occasions. He addressed this special place of the mosque to his Companions several times.

Dome

The first mesmerizing part of the mosque is the dome. As a matter of fact, the dome of this mosque is one among few to have been built facing the mihrab during two eras, the Umayyad and the Abbasid as the other only include the Umayyad Mosque and the Great Mosque of Sousse. Decorations of the 14th century can be witnessed in the interior part of the dome. The strategic technique has been used to reconstitute the paintings as people once believed they were lost following the famous burning of 1969. This sophisticated technology helps distinguish original areas from reconstructed ones.

Facade and porch

Built-in 1065 CE, the facade is another outstanding part of the mosque. It was built during the Fatimid era on orders of Caliph Al Muntassir Billah. The façade was decorated with small columns and arcades. The facade was damaged by the Crusaders, but the Ayyubids reconstructed it right afterward. A major addition to the mosque was covering it with tiles. The beauty of this place is thanks to the hand material used to built and decorate it, which includes material taken from structures of the Crusaders in Al Quds.  The facade encompasses fourteen arches made of stone. Located at the top is the porch that was constructed by Al Mu’azzam Isa in 1217.

Interior

Upon your visit to the interior part of the mosque, you will be mesmerized by the seven aisles with the halls located in the west and east of the mosque. You can also enjoy the view of 121 glass windows inside the mosque that go back to the Fatimid and Abbasid era. Some of these incredibly-looking windows were restored back in 1924. You can also witness the beauty of the mosaic decoration that form a spectacular look with the inscription that go back to the Fatimid era. At the end part of the first inscription, you can clearly see the name of Fatimid Imam.

As long as you are in this place, you won’t certainly miss the mesmerizing look of the fountain of ablution.  It is famous under the name of al-Kas, which means “the cup”. You can see this fountain north of the mosque. Muslims come to this fountain to perform their ablution, or Wudu, preparing for prayer.  As a matter of fact, it was the Umayyads who built this famous fountain back in 709 and then expanded by Tankiz in the time between 1327 and 1328 to include more people. The water comes from pipes connected to supplies belonging to Al Quds. The gigantesque look of this fountain adds a touch of beauty to the entire location. People attending it to perform their daily ablution make for a special scene that also brightens the entire scene repeatedly during the day.

Built by the Ottomans in 1526, the fountain of Qasim Pasha I located north of the mosque. It was previously used for ablution for Muslims and also for drinking. Now, the fountain makes for an amazing monumental structure.

The mosque in particular is so special because Al-Quds has been considered a sacred location in Islam. Despite the fact that this place is not explicitly mentioned in the Qur’an, scholars hold the belief that it has been referred to implicitly in the Qur’an in several contexts. The place is also mentioned in Hadith. This place has remained nothing but inspiring throughout the years despite the numerous destructions and rebuilding attempts it has experienced. It is still a famous destination for visitors coming from all over the world.
Harmayn Tours is specialized in designing the most interesting services for your stay. If you are planning to visit the Masjid al Aqsa, Haramayn Tours is your perfect destination. We can offer all types of services you might need for your visit. Our experience and expertise that exceeds two decades will guarantee an unforgettable experience during your entire visit. Whether you are looking for accommodation, transfers, or excursions, Haramayn Tours can take care of these services for you. We promise suitable services at affordable prices to make the best of your visit.