The Golden Gate, as it is called in Christian literature, also the Hebrew name of the Golden Gate is Sha'ar HaRachamim, in Arabic, it is known as Bab al-Dhahabi (Bab al-Zahabi), is the only eastern gate of the Temple Mount and one of only two that used to offer access into the city from that side.
circa 1300 CE
In Arabic, it is known as Bab al-Dhahabi, also written Bab al-Zahabi, meaning "Golden Gate"; another Arabic name is the Gate of Eternal Life. Additionally, for Muslims each of the two doors of the double gate has its own name: Bab al-Rahma, "Gate of Mercy", for the southern one, and Bab al-Taubah, the "Gate of Repentance", for the northern one. Similar to Christians, Muslims generally believe this was the gate through which Jesus as Messiah, entered Jerusalem.