Sultan Ibrahim Ibn Adham Mosque
The Sultan Ibrahim Ibn Adham Mosque (Arabic: مسجد السلطان إبراهيم بن أدهم) is the largest mosque in the Palestinian town of Beit Hanina, located northeast of Jerusalem. It is named after a Muslim who lived in the town and worked as collector of olive products. An engraving in a stone in front of the mosque reads, "this mosque was built by Suwaid Abul Hamayel in the year 336 after Hijrah". The area of the mosque was expanded in 1938 by the residents of Beit Hanina. In 1993, a boys primary school was built alongside the mosque.
- Sharon, Moshe (1997): Corpus Inscriptionum Arabicarum Palaestinae (Sultan Ibrahim Ibn Adham Mosque: 94 ff.)
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