Day 1: Jordan / Holy land: Arrival from Allenby Bridge from Jordan, drive to Jerusalem Visit the Haram El-Sharif for prayer and Moslem quarter. Transfer to your hotel in Jerusalem for dinner and overnight.

Day 2: Visit the Old City of Jerusalem for prayer at Haram Al Sheriff.  Visit the Dome of the Rock, Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Mosque of Al Buraq. Visit all the Islamic domes and the buildings at the Al-Aqsa area (The Dome of Moses, the Dome of Al Khader, the Dome of Al Miaaraj, the Dome of Suleiman and the Dome of Yussef and other holy places, in addition to the gates of Mercy and Forgiveness).Continue on to the Islamic Museum. See the old books of the Holy Quran and old Islamic arms (swords and shields). In addition see the remains of Salah El-Din platform and parts of the tiles and the mosaics that was once used in the building of the Dome of the Rock, together with other Islamic artifacts that were discovered at sites throughout Jerusalem. From the Mosque proceed to visit the Wall of Al-Buraq, The Holy Sepulcher with the Tomb of Sayedna Issa and Omar Mosque. Proceed by bus to the city of Hebron to visit and pray at Al-Haram Al Ibrahimi (Sayidna Ibrahim Al-Khalil).  At the Mosque visit the site of his wife Sara. Also visit the sites of the prophet Ishaq and his wife Rifqa, the prophet Jacob and his wife Laeqa. Proceed to Bethlehem to visit the Church of the Nativity, the birthplace of Jesus Christ (Sayidna Issa). Return to Jerusalem. On the way back view the mosque and grave of Rachel, the wife of the prophet Jacob.  Then return to the hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Breakfast at hotel. Start the day with a visit to the Mount of Olives for a panoramic view of the beautiful Old City of Jerusalem (Al Quds Al Shariff). Visit the site of the Ascension of Jesus Christ, the memorandum and mosque of Rabiaah El Adawiah and the mosque of Al Sahabi Salman El Farisi. Leave the city of Jerusalem and proceed to the mosque of the prophet Moses (Nabi Mousa). Continue on to the city of Jericho, the oldest city on earth to visit the various important Islamic historical sites in this city and view the Dead Sea (sea of Lout), after that drive back to Jerusalem for dinner and overnight.

Day 4: Departure to Allenby Bridge for crossing back to Jordan.

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