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Islamic Tour

Harith bin Amir Azadi Mosque

The tomb of the companion Harith bin Amir Azadi , located in the District of Seer south of the city of Tafila in Jordan , on the main road towards the protected Dhana and Petra ,  It is a modern with a mosque there inside the tomb of construction of the companion Harith bin Amir Azdi Messenger Prophet Muhammad to the Emir of Bosra Sham, where intercepted in the way Sharhabil bin Amr Ghassani and killed, which led to the Battle of Muta . 

The shrine is a tourist movement by the tourist groups destined for Dana and Petra estimated at 50 thousand visitors per year, according to statistics of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, the area of ​​land is about 2300 square meters, while the area covered about 1000 square meters.

Harith bin Amir AThe Shrine of Zaid ibn Haritha

The shrine and mausoleum of the companion Zaid bin Haritha , located in the southern town of Mazar in Karak province , is a modern building topped by a stone dome inside which is a mausoleum attributed to the companions of Zaid bin Haritha, the first commander in the Battle of Mu'tah .The shrine was rebuilt in 1997 to become part of the Ja'far al-Tayyar mosque in the eastern side, adjacent to the eastern gate of the mosque, which also houses the tomb of Jaafar ibn Abi Talib .

The Shrine of Zaid ibn Haritha

The shrine and mausoleum of the companion Zaid bin Haritha , located in the southern town of Mazar in Karak province , is a modern building topped by a stone dome inside which is a mausoleum attributed to the companions of Zaid bin Haritha, the first commander in the Battle of Mu'tah .  The shrine was rebuilt in 1997 to become part of the Ja'far al-Tayyar mosque in the eastern side, adjacent to the eastern gate of the mosque, which also houses the tomb of Jaafar ibn Abi Talib .

The Tomb And Tomb Of The Great Companion Ja'far Ibn Abi Talib

Ja'far ibn Abi Talib died in the Battle of Mu'tah in the eighth year of migration and was buried on the land of Jordan in the southern town of Mazar . It is located in the administrative work of the municipality of Mu'tah and the shrine in Jordan south of the city ​​of Karak about 10 kilometers, and one kilometer to the east of the street leading to the town of Mazar on the campus of the mosque of Jaafar ibn Abi Talib. The site dates back to the era of the Ayyubids and the Mamluks , where they built the mausoleum and the dome, and after them the Ottomans who took care of this shrine, built the domes and covered the shrines with marble slabs, which was demolished once either by earthquakes or when the Crusaders occupied the Karak area.