Umra extension Jerusalem

Al Aqsa Jerusalem

UMRA extension Jerusalem

 The Prophet Muhammad (May Allah bless and greet him) is riding a horse at the horse’s body and woman’s head, Buraq split the space at the speed of light and leading from Mecca to Jerusalem.

the Prophet Muhammad, (May Allah bless and greet him) Arrived to the El Aqsa in Jerusalem, he prayed in the company of Ibrahim, Musa and Issa.

The prophet Mohammed (May Allah bless and greet him) leaves his footprint on the rock of the Dome of the Rock and the seven heavens where he met the prophets of the Bible, Adam, Nuh, Yusuf, Musa, Ibrahim.

Allah gives him the ultimate key to its revelation and the five prescribed daily prayers of Islam.

After being dropped back to Jerusalem through a ladder of light, the Prophet Muhammad (May Allah bless and greet him) gets on Buraq and returned to Mecca, transformed by the ecstasy

Glory to Him who was travelling at night the servant of the Al-Haram Mosque in the distant which We have blessed the precincts, and this to show him some of Our Signs. « 

- The Koran, Sura XVII, 1.

Day 1: Amman

Upon arrival at Amman Airport our representative will welcome and assist you through immigration procedures and match with your tour leader. Transfer to your hotel where the rest of the day is free. Dinner and overnight in Amman.

Day 2: Amman – Al Quds

Transfer to Allenby Bridge, crossings with Jordan, accompany by our representative by crossing the border controlled by the Israeli army. Reception and transfer to Jerusalem. The day will be spent visiting Jerusalem, a city holy to the three great monotheistic religions. The ancient city has experienced great bloodshed over the centuries, twenty times destroyed and yet still standing. Visit the Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa mosque, prayer in both of them. Then there’ll be a guided tour of numerous sites dated the pre-Islamic period. Walking by the old city Souqs which bring you to the great sites such as Cardo ‘the ancient Roman city’, mosque of Salf Al-Din and Church of Saint Sepulcre ‘one of emblems of Christianity’. Dinner and overnight in Al Quds.

Day 3: Al Quds – Bethlehem – Hebron «Al Khalil» – Bethlehem

After breakfast, you will continue visiting Al Quds by going to the The Mount of Olives. The highest peak, at-Tur, rises to 818 meters and offers not only a splendid view on the old city, but also an important place in the history of three monotheist religions. Visit of Raba’a Adwieh tomb. She was a dancer and signer during the Abbasside period. Once she left the world of spectacle and devoted her life to Islam. Today she is one of the most famous women in Islam. Visit of Salman Al Farisi tomb, companion of Khalif Omar Ben Al Khtab. All together they reached Al Quds in 638. Then you’ll go to Hebron, «Khalil alrahman», the city built by the Canaanites around 4000 BC. You will be taken around the Old City, visit to the Tomb of the Patriarchs which contains the tombs of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and their wives. Prayer in the Al Khalil mosque. Then a Bethlehem you will visit place of birth of Prophet Issa. Back to Al Quds to pray in the mosque Al Aqsa. Dinner and overnight in Al Quds.

Day 4: Al Quds – Jericho – Dead Sea – Amman

After breakfast, you’ll have the last possibility to pray in Al Aqsa. Then departure for Jericho Ariha, oasis in the heart of desert, the lowest and the most ancient city in the world! Stop to Ibmoussa mosque: according to the Quran, the prohet Moussa -Moïse- is buried here, prayer. Then you’ll take a direction of the Dead Sea, the lowest point on the Earth, 392 metres below the sea level. It’s one of the greatest miracles in the world with its richness in minerals and salt. crossing to Jordan via Allenby Bridge.  Meet with our representative,  transfer  to Amman for diner,  then transfer to Queen Alia airport for  the departure flight

 

 

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