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When did Israel occupy Al Aqsa Mosque?

Israel took control of East Jerusalem (where the Al-Aqsa Mosque is) in 1967, during the Six Day War. However, the Israeli administration chose to allow the mosque to remain under the administration of the Palestinian-led Islamic Waqf or Landtrust. The… Full Answer

What is the largest mosque in Israel?

The Al-Aqsa Mosque is the largest mosque in Israel according to the Israeli position on Jerusalem. However, if Al-Aqsa is not considered to be within Israel (which is the International view), there are two mosques worth mentioning. Currently, next largest… Full Answer

Why is masjid Al-Aqsa named Al-Aqsa?

masjid Al-Aqsa means the farthest Mousqe. Allah named it with this name as He says in the Holy Quran: "Glory to ((Allah)) Who did take His servant for a Journey by night from the Sacred Mosque to the farthest Mosque… Full Answer

What charges did Fritz Sauckel have?

At the Nuremberg trials Fritz Sauckel was accused of the following: Conspiracy to commit crimes against peace Planning, initiating and waging wars of aggression War crimes Crimes against humanity He was convicted of War crimes and crimes against humanity, and… Full Answer