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I am Muslim and wanted to come and visit the mosque. Take s taxi and get them to wait. Beautiful grounds. Dress respectfully. They were letting in non-Muslims as well. They do close it at times pending prayer times. There is an Arabic coffee shop...More
Waste of time, went there with a tour, the arrogant gate guys made us wait, then refused to let us in anyway as we were not Muslim. From outside looked very ordinary anyway, nothing special at all. Don't bother. There is a lovely Arab pastry...More
I went to see this but not when it was open to the public. I wasn’t sure if that meant I couldn’t go inside or into the grounds but it was still nice to see from outside the fence!! The arabic sweet shop down the...More
The women had to put on a head covering and be wearing trousers or an ankle length skirt before being allowed to enter but shoes did not have to be removed by either sex. Then we just stood around and looked into the mosque. It...More