The center of the West Bank’s al-Aqsa mosque was constructed on the edge of the Old City, and today it houses the Dome of the Rock, a two-story dome that serves as the Muslim’s prayer room.
The mosque was completed in the seventh century AD and was built atop the Great Wall of Jerusalem.
The mosque is a remnant of a different time.
The original center was built as part of a wall in 686 CE, and was later completed in a stone-lined plaza.
The center was rebuilt in a rectangular form to create the Dome, which was the second-tallest building in Judaism.
The Dome of a Mosque is an iconic building in the West bank, and in its original form it was located near the entrance to the Old Temple and in the plaza of the Prophet Muhammad’s Mosque.
However, by the time the mosque was rebuilt, the plaza had become a center of worship for Jews, and it was not in use anymore.
In the early 1900s, a plan was hatched to reconstruct the plaza in stone.
It was completed during the Second Intifada and was the first in the world to be constructed using materials salvaged from the original site.
The original plan was a complete reconstruction of the plaza, and then in 1930, a team of engineers led by Moti Ben-Shimon, a professor at Tel Aviv University, began to dismantle the plaza.
They used scrap materials to reconstruct a new, larger plaza that was about 200 meters (820 feet) wide and 90 meters (290 feet) high.
This new plaza was dedicated to the Dome.
The dome is placed on the plaza at the site of the original plaza, which is now the Al-Aqtash Mosque, on January 25, 2020.
The plaza was inaugurated on July 7, 2020, by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who said, “It is a testament to the work of the brave engineers and their determination to construct a magnificent building, a monument to the prophet.”
(Photo credit: Amira Hass/AFP via Getty Images)The Dome is a symbolic structure that symbolizes the state of the Jewish people.
The plaza is dedicated to God, the Creator of the universe, the Supreme Being, and the King of Kings, the Almighty.
The al-Quds plaza was designed in the late 1980s by a team led by architect and architect Herzl Katz, and has since become known as the “Jerusalem plaza.”
It is the largest plaza in Israel.
It is home to the Western Wall, the Dome and the Temple Mount, and is the location of the holiest site in Judaism and Islam.
The area is considered the holiest in Judaism, Islam and Christianity.
Israel’s Supreme Court decided to honor the plaza with a memorial in the form of a giant stone tablet, the “Peskim,” which reads: “The Temple Mount and the Dome in Jerusalem.”
The plaza was built by the Israeli Authority of Antiquities (IAA), which oversees the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and is responsible for the status quo at the plaza and for maintaining the status of Jewish prayer and Jewish religious sites.
The Palestinian Authority, which runs the plaza’s construction, does not recognize the status that the plaza enjoys as the official center of Judaism, and instead claims it is a Muslim site.
In 2005, a delegation from the PA visited the plaza to show the importance of the Al Aqsa plaza to the people of Israel.
They presented a petition signed by over 400,000 people calling for recognition of the site as a religious site, and a declaration that the PLO’s claim of ownership of the al-Tawfiq Mosque and the site is illegitimate.
The PLO has also called for the demolition of the Dome’s mosque, saying it violates the 1967 Israeli-Egyptian war.
The Palestinians also want the plaza declared as part or the entire Islamic Temple in Jerusalem.
The PLO claims that this would allow the building of a third mosque in the city and that this mosque could serve as the site for a future Palestinian state.
The PA said in a statement that the PA would continue to resist any efforts to change the status at the Al Tawfiqa Mosque.
“We believe that the Dome should be in the status as the mosque of the entire Muslim nation,” the PA statement said.