Ali ibn abi Talib Mosque (Seven Mosque)

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The Mosque of Ali ibn Abi Talib is one of the "Seven Mosques" situated at the site of Battle of the Battle of the Trench, where according to tradition the fourth Caliph Ali ibn abi Talib pitched his command post.

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circa 627 CE

The mosque of Ali is located atop a small peak, providing an elevated point of view to the surrounding landscape. It is a small mosque, situated where according to tradition the command post of Ali ibn abi Talib was pitched during the Battle of the Trench.

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