Mosque Name: Jāmiʿ al-Sittīn

Country: Israel

City: Tell Shiloh

Year of construction (AH): Early Umayyad

GPS: 32.054689 35.290035

Gibson Classification: Petra

Rebuilt facing Mecca: Never


**Description:**

Jāmiʿ al-Sittīn is an early Umayyad mosque complex at Tell Shiloh in Samaria in the West Bank. In a 2021 report by Israeli historians and archaeologists Amichay Schwartz, Reut Livyatan Ben-Arie and Peretz Reuvan, they claim there are two miḥrābs in two adjacent rooms of different sizes inside the same outer wall.



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