Berlin’s only mosque is in the midst of a renaissance.
A few hundred people attended Sunday’s event, where an array of Islamic and non-Islamic dignitaries were invited to speak about the “dear” history of Berlin’s al-Aqsa Mosque.
The event was part of a global push to get more people to come to the site of the holiest Muslim site in the world to pray for peace and reconciliation, and to “make it possible to see the holy places in their full glory and glory as we celebrate them,” said Alon Ben-Yosef, the mosque’s religious affairs officer.
Al-Aqaam is one of the most important Islamic shrines in the Middle East.
It is a complex of structures and structures of worship built in the sixth century B.C. and dates back to the time of the Prophet Muhammad, when the city of Mecca was ruled by Muslims and the area around it was under the caliphate.
Al Aqaam was one of Islam’s holiest sites.
The site, a former Ottoman and Byzantine-era mosque, sits on top of a hill overlooking the ancient city of Jerusalem.
It was the site for Muhammad’s dream journey and burial.
In the early 1900s, Jewish leaders began calling for the mosque to be demolished and replaced with a modern structure, the Kabbalah Mosque.
But this effort was not successful, and the site was later turned into a synagogue.
The Al Aqaams are a large complex of buildings, which has been under threat since the 1990s, with demolition plans that included destroying its original stone walls, according to Alon.
Al Aqsa was built to house the Prophet’s family and a few of the seven pillars of Islam.
The mosque is considered to be the holiest place in Islam, and it has been visited by millions of Muslims worldwide.
According to Al on Monday, the new Al Aaqsa Mosque, with its large plaza, will be the most modern, spacious mosque in the Islamic world.
“We hope to transform Al Aqsama into a city with its own unique and wonderful spirit and an extraordinary architecture,” Alon said.
In an effort to promote peace, Alon is leading a nationwide campaign to build a mosque in Berlin that would be open to everyone, not just Muslims.
The campaign is named Berlin’s Al Aqueem Mosque, and Alon’s organization is organizing a series of events, such as a “dawn prayer” on September 14.
The group is also hosting a “march of peace” on November 14 to commemorate the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr.
According in his news release, the Al Aqqaams are located at the heart of a “spiritual, historic, and contemporary environment” that is in need of a new mosque.
“The Al-Aaqsa Shrine, a place of reverence and spiritual renewal for all people, must become a vibrant and modern place that welcomes visitors, and that brings together different faiths and religions from all over the world,” Al on said.
The first mosque in Germany opened in the middle of the 20th century.
A mosque in New York City, for example, opened in 1996 and attracted thousands of people.
The building in Berlin was built in 1963.