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Mazar Mubarak of HazratYahya (John) (Peace be upon him) within the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus . Some scholars report that it is only the head of Yahya (Alaihissalam) that was found when the mosque was being refurbished during the Umayyad period. Others claim that the head of Yahya (John) Peace be upon him, is housed in the crypt below a mosque in the old city of Sebastiya near Nablus, and still others claim the head was buried at Muwakir, site near the Jordan river.
This black and white photograph was taken by W.H. Ingrams in the early twentieth century and published in the account of his travels to visit the tombs (Qabr) of HazratSalih (peace be upon him) and HazratHud (peace be upon him) in the Hadhramawt. Ingrams reports that this tomb (Qabr) is 64 feet long. See: W.H. Ingrams, "Hadhramaut: A Journey to the Sei'ar Country and Through the WadiMaseila," Geographic Journal 88 (1936): 524-51, esp. p. 535.
According to some traditions, these are the Mazarat of brothers of HazratYousuf (Joseph) (Peace be upon him). Only the main dome is now intact. Beneath it is a triple mihrab surrounded with Fatimid-style calligraphy and decoration. Some evidence of a burial site is extant just to the west of the dome. The site is located in the Southern Cemetery in Cairo just north of the Lu'lu' Mosque.
Mazar of HazratNooh (Noah) in Baqa'a Valley in Lebanon . Some other scholars say that the Mazar of HazratNooh can be in Jordan OR Lebanon OR Iraq. Allah knows the best
The story of HazratNooh (Noah) and the flood is found in a number of different passages in the Quran. Muslim scholars say that the Ark came to rest on Mount Judi and that Noah was buried nearby. Some claim that HazratNooh founded a city called al-Thamanin ( i.e. "the Eighty) because there were 80 people on the Ark. Many scholars say that the first city founded by HazratNooh, and where he was buried, was called "Karak."
The Mazar of HazratYousuf (Joseph) is located in the city of Nablus or Shechem. The older, Ottoman-era tomb was replaced by Israeli authorities, and the Israeli site was attacked by Palestinians during the Intifada
This sign marks the Maqam (where he prayed) OR the Qabr-e-Anwar of the prophet Hud (Peace be upon him) in Damascus . It is located in the Qiblah wall of the Umayyad mosque in the center of the old city. Some older traditions claim that this is actually the Mazar of HazratHud, that he was buried inside this wall when the mosque was constructed in the early Umayyad period. The mosque also contains a well which is called the "Well of Hud." (Peace be upon him)
The Mazar of HazratSalih (peace be upon him) is said to be located in Mada'inSalih, in Hijaz, or in the Hadhramawt. According to the local people in the Hadhramawt, Salih was the father of the prophet Hud, corresponding to the biblical Shelah father of Eber. Both Hud and Salih are said to have been giants, thus accounting for the extraordinary length of their tombs. According some scholars this is the Mazar of HazratSalih at Hasik.
The cave of Hazrat Loot (Lot) (Peace be upon him) is located just above the eastern edge of the Dead Sea . Some traditions refer to this cave as the burial place of Hazrat Loot ( Lot ). The prophet Lot (Lut) is mentioned by name 27 times in the Quran in several long passages that relate how he was sent to the people of Sodom . The cities destroyed by God include Sodom , Zeboiyim [Sab'ah], Zoar [Sa'rah], Gomorrah [Amarah], and Admah [Duma]. Q 51:33-34 mentions stones of clay marked by God which were caused to rain down upon the people of Lot (Peace be upon him) as punishment for their sins.
The Mount Nebo (Jabal Nebo) in the mountains on the east side of the Jordan Valley opposite the city of Jericho . The site is also revered by Muslims as one of the possible places for the Mazar of Hazrat Musa (Moses) (Peace be upon him) also known as the "Red Mound" [Ar. al-kathib al-ahmar].
MazarHazratYusha' bin Noon (Joshua b. Nun) (Peace be upon him) in the town of Zayy near the city of al-Salt in Jordan . The tomb itself is roughly 10 meters in length. Some scholars and travelers claim that this is actually the Mazar of the prophet Hosea [Ar. Hoshu'a] (Peace be upon him). Hazrat Prophet Joshua (Peace be upon him) is not mentioned by name in the Quran but Muslim scholars say that he is the "companion" of Hazrat Musa (peace be upon him) mentioned in the holy Qur'an (18:60-65) and he became prophet after Hazrat Musa (Peace be upon him). Scholars on the narratives in the Quran referring to the Israelites' conquest of the Holy Land detail the stories associated with Joshua b. Nun. IbnKathir reports that Joshua was a great warrior and lived for 127 years.
MaqamHazratSalih in Sinai. According to some scholars, HazratSalih (Peace be upon him) stayed and prayed here.