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I enjoyed visiting the Masjid as I always did when I was a young child !! The Masjid is divided now between the Muslim and Jews and there’s no way you can visit as whole beside all the check points by the Israeli soldiers you...More
We visited this mosque as it is the resting place of our prophets. Shame that we had to go through numerous very heavy security gates & searched passports checked etc before being allowed to enter. Only part of the mosque is now for the muslim...More
If you’re coming in from Hebron, you must walk by Al-Shuhada Street to get to the Mosque. You must go through an Israeli checkpoint to enter the now occupied area of Hebron to get to the Mosque.
There are no words to describe the feeling...More
This is a historical place for Judaism and Islamism. Due to the tense situation that Palestine and israel is undergoing, this area is divided into two - for muslims and for jews.
No matter whether the visitor believes this a historical place which houses this...More
Part of a complex divided by confession (the site is sacred to both Muslims and Jews) the Masjid-e-Khalil Mosque forms one half of the entire site, the Muslim half. Commonly known as the Ibrahimi Mosque, an important holy site to Muslims given it is the...More
First the drive to Hebron City from Jerusalem was an amazing trip, the views the fruit gardens on both sides of the road and people where ever you stop are very genuine hospitable Palestinians.
Arrived in Hebron walked down the old city to the mosque...More
Visiting the Masjid-e-Khalil is an amazing experience. I was spending a month volunteering and learning Arabic in Hebron and I had the chance to visit the mosque on one occasion. The only real hassle are the Israeli occupational forces checkpoints which are no fun for...More
After walking the streets of Hebron we visited the mosque. To get in we had to pass 2 checkpoints and stood in line for a while. Inside the mosque we had to dress in capes that they loan you by the entrance, then we took...More
Masjid-e-Khalil is a place where Prophet Ibrahim AS is buried with his wife and son Ismail AS its been divided in two the other side is a synagog with Yacoob AS tomb. Must visit if your in Hebron area.