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The Muslims of Aqsa: Their piety and love for the Qur’an

The efforts of Salah Ad-Din رحمة الله عليه to revive Islam in Aqsa lives on today, in the spirit of the Muslims there. Muslim presence in Aqsa continues to grow stronger as time elapses. When we visited 4 years ago, at Fajr there were 3 or 4 rows of Musallis in attendance. We went again only a few days ago but this time, we saw 10 rows of Musallis in attendance. We met with local citizens, Tableeghi Jamat brothers and Muslims from all over world; The atmosphere and spirit in Masjid Al Aqsa was truly remarkable. The locals are regular in Salah and they have a strong bond with the Qur’an, which undoubtedly attracts Allah’s mercy and divine assistance. Continue reading

Salah Ad-Din Ayyubi’s conquest of Palestine

Salah Ad-Din Ayyubi رحمة الله عليه conquered Palestine in 1187; a victory that we are still benefitting from today. Due to his efforts Allah has continued to protect Al Aqsa – the cream of the crop and the most prized city in the vicinity – for the Muslims to enter and pray.

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