RMEC85BB–The Al-Aqsa Mosque; the third holiest site in Islam; located in the Old City of Jerusalem.
RMCEEW5P–The Kaaba in Mecca, the most sacred site in Islam. Saudi Arabia. Engraving. 19th century.
RMGBECTB–geography / travel, India, Delhi, mosque Quwwat-al-Islam, built: since 1199 under Qutb ad Din Aibak, interior view, exterior view, detail with columns, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMW952YT–Frieze elements 11th - 12th century Iran, Ahvaz cemetery Sandstone, carved decoration Iran, 1000 - 1200,The Ahvaz cemetery Ahvaz, near Susa, was the capital of Khuzistan (southwestern Iran) in the first centuries of Islam. It was then an important commercial center, connected to the port of Basra (south of Iraq) The text contains a funeral formula and Koranic passages.
RM2AE1RKA–Antique sandstone calligraphy from Quwwat ul Islam mosque, CSMVS Museum, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Asia
RMHGGR1M–Sancaklar Mosque:Architect creates a place of worship that connects the essence of Islam with contemporary life
RMBNMK95–Sheikh Zayed mosque tower rook Islam mosque religion columns Abu Dhabi UAE United Arab Emirates Middle East traveling place of
RFEYKYGA–Islam Concept Book with Star and Crescent. Quran Religious Text of Islam Concept Photo.
RMDEXR6P–The Quran. Muslims Holy Book. Islam.
RMC680N2–Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan
RFDRD4CJ–Mosque Minaret with Crescent Moon Symbol of Islam
RMAKXE54–Tall domed minaret tower projecting high above Sana s rooftops Islam Sana Yemen
RMA1C725–Zakat or giving alms is one of the major tenets of Islam, here in Morocco
RMAKPTA5–TY - ISTANBUL: The Blue Mosque
RMAE4PPM–Iron pillar in the Quwwat ul Islam mosque, Delhi, India, Asia
RMB3CBPB–HH Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin leader of the Shia Fatimad Tayyibi branch of Islam opens new mosque in Manchester
RME1H40X–Uzbekistan, Khiva, Unesco World Heritage, city and Islam Hoja minar
RMA4Y2TF–religion islam mosque
RMA0ET5N–Friday prayers at the Tayyabah Mosque in the Ward End area of Birmingham UK
RMEC7M7C–Grand Mosque at Mecca, Saudi Arabia. birthplace of Muhammad and a site of Muhammad's first revelation of the Quran, Mecca is regarded as the holiest city in the religion of Islam
RMCY484X–The Kaaba in Mecca, the most sacred site in Islam. Saudi Arabia. Colored engraving. 19th century.
RMGBECT9–geography / travel, India, Delhi, mosque Quwwat-ul-Islam - Mashid (mosque of the power of the Islam), built: since 1199 under Qutb ad-Din Aibak, exterior view, minaret, circa 1980, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMHYCGE0–This tile shows the Haram al-Sharif at Makka ( Mecca ) , with the Kaaba at the center ( It also gives the name of the owner, Shehab al-Din Effendi ) file depicting the Ka'aba from Iznik. Dated 17th / 18th Century ( The Kaaba, also referred as Al Kaaba Al Musharrafah, is a building at the center of Islam's most sacred mosque, Al-Masjid al-Haram, in Mecca, al-Hejaz, Saudi Arabia. It is the most sacred site in Islam )
RFA54T62–Islamic muslim crescent on top of mosque dome in Java Indonesia Southeast Asia
RMHGGR1E–Sancaklar Mosque:Architect creates a place of worship that connects the essence of Islam with contemporary life
RMBNMK7J–Sheikh Zayed mosque tower rook Islam mosque religion columns Abu Dhabi UAE United Arab Emirates Middle East curve traveling
RFFD5MYG–Open Koran book and the prayer beads on a carpet
RMAH6H91–A Muslim argues the pros of Islam to a non believer at a Rally for Islam in Trafalgar Square, London ,August 93
RMA58D4C–The Dome Of The Rock
RMB1B872–detail of the Minbar in the Blue Mosque in Istanbul
RMABW4FE–EG - CAIRO: Sultan Hassan Mosque at sunset
RM2B026RG–According to the Shia tradition, Muhammad formally designated his son-in-law, Ali ibn Abi Talib (the Caliph Ali) as his successor at the oasis of Gadir Khum, located mid-way between the holy cities of Mecca / Makkah and Medina, in the Arabian Hijaz. The Sunni tradition disputes this event ever took place. Representations of the Prophet Muhammad are controversial, and generally forbidden in Sunni Islam (especially Hanafiyya, Wahabi, Salafiyya). Shia Islam and some other branches of Sunni Islam (Hanbali, Maliki, Shafi'i) are generally more tolerant of such representational images, but even so t
RMB3CDR5–HH Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin leader of the Shia Fatimad Tayyibi branch of Islam opens new mosque in Manchester
RMDE2JDM–Crescent moon symbol on top of the East London Mosque, Whitechapel Road, East London.
RMAYNXPN–Jama Masjid, Delhi, India
RMB83BRG–Pages of text in a Koran
RMB68KJ2–Veiled woman, Marrakesh, Morocco
RMAF16FW–Portrait of A Mauritanian woman wearing the traditional Malafa
RMB6HC69–2008 American Muslim Day Parade and festival on Madison Avenue in New York City
RFD38TE6–Facade of a mosque, Jama Masjid, Delhi, India
RFA54T8C–Islamic muslim crescent on top of mosque dome in Java Indonesia Southeast Asia
RMAN50RX–Kaaba painting on a wall, old Cairo Egypt .
RMB0T63X–muslim men washing their feet before entering the Blue mosque for prayer in Istanbul
RMA60X3R–The Mosque of Al-Hakim, Cairo, Egypt 2007
RMARWF3F–Northern Cyprus, Lefkosa, Arab Ahmet Mosque. Tap outside the mosque used for ritual washing of wudu.
RMBC142J–Mosque at the village of Birkat Al Mawz Sultanate of Oman
RFAWBJX4–Minaret of the great mosque in Kairouan, Islam's fourth holiest worship place, Tunisia.
RMAYEEHF–Abu Dhabi UAE Mosque Minaret with Crescent Moon Symbol of Islam
RMAWC3CX–UK Aspect of the Aziziye mosque in Stoke Newington east London
RMA8B65A–King Abdullah Mosque, Amman, Jordan.
RMABX6A5–Wusu ceremonial washing before prayer
RMAFBN8B–Malaysia,Malaysian,Southeast,South East,Asia,Asian Asians ethnic immigrant immigrants minority,Muslim,Islam,Islamic,Borneo,Sarawak,Kuching,Cultural Vi
RM2BDY54N–Figure Symbolizing Religion of Islam
RMMKN4CH–Tenet of Islam
RMA3AB80–Faisal Mosque in Islamabad Pakistan
RFAKT5N5–Roof of Mosque Sheffield
RMA0AG88–Domes and Minarets Cairo
RMCWB2CE–Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam (ca. 570-632 A.D.), engraving from 'Life of the Prophet' by Sieur de Reyr, 1812
RMMP1CXW–Selim III, 28th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire and 107th Caliph of Islam - Joseph Warnia-Zarzecki 1850
RMD89KMT–ISLAM - SANTON
RMB8EC0E–The Hegira: Muhammad traveling to Medina to establish Islam 622 AD. Hand-colored woodcut
RMMC85W6–ISLAM The Blue Mosque, Istanbul
RMEC8459–Mecca with the holy sites; including the Dutch Islam scholar Dozy himself.
RMERFTBD–The spread of Islam, c. 1350 - map. The progress into Europe of Islam bringing its influence on religion and culture
RF2H6E732–Religions of Europe. Protestant Catholic Orthodox Islam Buddhist. TIMES 1895 map
RMC8A71G–ELIJAH MUHAMMAD (1897-1975) African American leader of the Nation of Islam. Photo Robert Lucas
RMDJ78B8–Taiz Yemen First Mosque Of Islam
RMBWJDXG–architecture East oriental Islam door gate entrance main entrance portal Fez King palace El Makhzen Marrok
RMA6EM32–AZIZIYE MOSQUE DETAIL LONDON UK
RME5MBCE–THE CLAY BIRD, (aka MATIR MOINA), Lameesa R. Reemjheem, Nurul Islam Bablu, 2002, (c) Milestone/courtesy Everett Collection
RM2BE0HFK–A figure symbolizing the religion of Islam from a wood engraving, made in 1834 by Charles A. Goodrich (1790-1862). Cropped version of BZ0254.
RMHYCGGJ–Iranian Glass Bottle Iran Kashan 17th Century Islam Islamic.
RMT1A48N–religion, Islam, dervishes during prayers, circa 1900, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RFAKT5N0–Roof of Mosque Sheffield
RMARN98C–Cairo Skyline Egypt
RMF2B0HK–Prince Sayf Al-Islam Abdullah condemned for revolt against, King Sayf al-Islam Ahmad. March 11, 1955. The Prince, son of the Yemeni King, and former Foreign Minister, was sentenced to death in Taez, Southern Yemen. (CSU 2015 9 1104)
RME725RC–History. Islam. Celebrations to commemorate the birth of Muhammad. Morocco. Engraving by Biseo. El Universo Ilustrado, 1881.
RMG6ATM9–Englan's Jack Robinson (leftt) and Scotland's Islam Feruz battle for the ball during the International Friendly match at Bramall Lane, Sheffield.
RMMC85W2–ISLAM Mosque at Ras Salmiya, Kuwait
RMEC85BP–The Al-Aqsa Mosque; the third holiest site in Islam; located in the Old City of Jerusalem.
RMERHR2H–The Revolt of Islam - Paragraph 13 from the dedication to 'The Revolt of Islam' written by Percy Bysshe Shelley: English
RMMDJ68M–Pakistani Dr Mazhar-ul-Islam meets PM Alec Douglas-Home, Earl of Home at the Commonwealth Relations Office, London, UK 1958
RF2H6E72W–Religions of the world. Christian Islam Buddhist Heathen Hindu. TIMES 1895 map
RMP652AN–Grand Mosque at Mecca, Saudi Arabia. birthplace of Muhammad and a site of Muhammad's first revelation of the Quran, Mecca is regarded as the holiest city in the religion of Islam
RF2JH8GD2–Muhammad, Mohammed, Muhammad siege of castle, arab miniature, royal Asiatic society, Fountain of Paradise, Islam, Ali, Hassan, Hussein, Muslim, Islamic religion, al-Hariri, Islamic
RM2JHY3AE–JERUSALEM Vintage Travel Food 1900s of Street Bread sellers of Arab Jerusalem, Holy Land Palestine Date between 1890 and 1900 Victorian photochrom image of street food bread seller color. One of the oldest cities in the world, and is considered holy for the three major Abrahamic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
RFHAD0YR–Victims of Islam, Opfer des Islam, death in the arabian desert, by A. von Meckel, illustration published in 1880
RM2A5M4Y1–1937 photograph taken during the coronation of King George VI of Britain. Royal guest Seif Al Islam Hussein of Yemen disembarking at Croydon airport from an Air France plane
RM2BE106Y–A figure symbolizing the religion of Islam from a wood engraving, made in 1834 by Charles A. Goodrich (1790-1862). Cropped version of BZ0254.
RMG3WR63–Berlin German Turkey Turkish city Islam muslim Eastern Kreuzberg ( surrounding district Kottbusser Tor and Schlesisches Tor ) Berlin Germany
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