Dome of al-Khalili

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Dome of al-Khalili

The Dome of al-Khalili (Arabic: قبة الخليلي, romanizedQubbat al-Khalili; Turkish: El-Halili Kubbesi) or the Hebronite is a small domed-building located in the central platform of the Temple Mount (Haram ash-Sharif), north of the Dome of the Rock in the Old City of Jerusalem. The building is made of bricks which are currently tarnished. The Dome of al-Khalili was built in the early 18th century during Ottoman rule of Palestine in dedication to Shaykh Muhammad al-Khalili, a scholar of fiqh who died in 1734.[1][2]


  1. ^ Al-Aqsa Guide Archived October 6, 2008, at the Wayback Machine Al-Aqsa Friends 2007.
  2. ^ "Cloak belonging to Sheikh Muhammad al-Khalili". Discover Islamic Art. Museum With No Frontiers. Retrieved 2017-11-28.

Coordinates: 31°46′42.07″N 35°14′05.63″E / 31.7783528°N 35.2348972°E / 31.7783528; 35.2348972