The Al-Sahlah Mosque or Masjid al-Sahlah (Arabic: مسجد السهلة) is one of the primary significant mosques in the city of Kufa, Iraq. The mosque is of great importance to Shia Muslims, and it is believed that the mosque was initially established in Kufa as a neighborhood mosque for the followers of Ali, the early members of the Shia. The mosque is also said to be the future home of the twelfth Shī‘ah Imām, Muhammad al-Māhdi.
Seventy thousand people will be resurrected here according to narrations, and enter paradise without questioning.
The first Shī‘ah Imām, ‘Alī ibn Abī Tālib has also stated that, "No anguished person goes to this mosque, prays in it, and supplicates to God, without God relieving him of his grief and granting him his request."