Western Wall

Today we visited the Western Wall. Also known as the wailing wall. Its' the opposite side of the Buraq wall. Hence the sharing of access for the Buraq wall.


Hebron and Bethlehem

We visited al-Haram al-Ibrahimi, also known as The Cave of the Patriarchs (Christians), and the Cave of Machpelah (Jews). Located in al-Khalil, aka Hebron. Al-Ibrahimi Mosque aka al-Haram al-Ibrahimi aka Sanctuary of Abraham aka Cave of the Patriarchs aka Cave of Machpelah (double tombs). More information on Wikipedia.


We went out early for Fajr prayers at the Al-Aqsa mosque. A comical sight as we saw Ustaz in a black polo shirt and wearing bright red gloves. He had to borrow his wife's gloves. That walk along the Lions' Gate took us pass the Golden Dome first. What a sight. The shining golden dome. … Continue reading Al-Quds

There is only One

​﴾アッラーは子をもうけられない。またかれと一緒の外の神もない。そうであったら,それぞれの神は自分の創ったもので分裂しお互いに抜き出ようとして競い合う。アッラーに讃えあれ。(かれは)かれらの配するものを(超越され),幽玄界と現象界を知っておられ,かれらの配するものの上に高くおられる。 [Qur'an 23:  91-92]

Anthony Green

http://youtu.be/vVWShgimuro?t=5m14s Anthony Green shared his Catholic boarding school experience, and ultimately found Islam. Alhamdulillah. I had the experience of attending a Anglican missionary school during my teenage days. Being a young Muslim, it was challenging but interesting. Why interesting? It made me ponder why Christians do what they do. Some rituals felt almost pagan although the … Continue reading Anthony Green