Jawatha Mosque

It is believed that the second Friday congregation prayer (salah-t Juma) was offered here, after Masjid-i Nabavi. Originally built in c. 629 CE, seventh year of Hijra, it is considered to be the second mosque of Islam. According to a tradition, the Hajr-i al-Aswad was kept here for nearly 22 year when it was stolen by Qarmatians in 930 after they sacked Mecca and Medina.

Date Landscape Notes Reference
c. 900 CE This structure dates back to the 9th century. Wikipedia
c. 900 CE It was restored in 2007, the original building might have looked somewhat like this as well. N/A
Latest Update: February 17, 2015