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Absolutely amazing place. It was a deeply spiritual experience. Real sense of history. I had no idea it was so visually beautiful. I was apprehensive about the security situation but it was very low key and we gained access without problem. Able to attend prayers,...More
Not accessible to non-Muslims, I could only walk around the outside and catch a glimpse inside Al Aqsa through an open door. It's a pity really, as I would love to go inside both the mosque and Dome of the Rock, but was content to...More
I went in August with my family for the first time. Was very apprehensive due to the situation of the country, the occupation, civil unrest and all the negativity that you see in the media. But once we got there, it was quite to the...More
The Aqsa Mosque, one of the top holiest sites in Islam is built on top of Temple Mount. It is forbidden for non moslems to enter however since I spoke Arabic, I was able to persuade the kind gentleman to let me in and have...More
the dome of the rock is in the same complex. the al aqsa mosque itself is magnificent and sprawling with gardens and fountains. entry is restricted to muslims so know your prayers if you hope to enter and women need to wear a long skirt...More
I have always wanted to visit Al Masjid Al Aqsa, The third holiest place in Islam. The only issue was the long interrogations/entry denial at the border I have heard of. While I had to wait with the group for approx. 6 hours at the...More
As we travelled to Jerusalem via Egypt and enduring a 5 hour question and wait in the Israeli border and making against all odds it was an highly emotional moment.
All the negativity was wiped away in a simple moment, the min we stepped within...More
Third holiest place in Islam, and the only place we know that ALL the prophets of Islam stood and prayed. It's an honor to be able to walk upon the same land. Unfortunately we didn't go with a tour group so we may have missed...More
You may be able to apply for an Israeli visa via another country near Bangladesh that have diplomatic relations with Israel, but you need to go there in person as far as I know. If you get the visa then fly via... More
You may be able to apply for an Israeli visa via another country near Bangladesh that have diplomatic relations with Israel, but you need to go there in person as far as I know. If you get the visa then fly via another country not direct to Israel. Also ask Israeli Immigration not to stamp you passport when you arrive there.
If you feel that this may cause trouble for you in your country, then i strongly suggest that you do not go. Also please note that you may face trouble at the Israeli airport/border too. Please refer to the 2 following discussions in Israel Forum in Tripadvisor where this was discussed and I shared my experience at the border:
Solo muslim traveller from Allenby bridge to Jerusalem
British Pakistani Muslim Travelling to Israel