Religious Sites in Islam
- Overview of Islamic Pilgrimage Sites This website provides information about various pilgrimage sites for Muslims based on location
- The Kaaba in Mecca This website provides the Islamic history of the Kaaba in Mecca, the holiest place of worship in Islam
- Medina Medina is the second holiest site in Islam. It is known as the "City of the Prophet" and is in the Hejaz region of western Saudi Arabia.
- Karbala Karbala is a city holy to Shiite Muslims as the location of the "Battle of Karbala" in which Husayn ibn Ali was martyred
- Jerusalem At the heart of Jerusalem lies the Al-Haram al-Sharif, which houses both the Al-Aqsa mosque and the Dome of the Rock
- "To Pray in Jerusalem," Written and photographed by William Tracy, Saudi Aramco World, pp 24-31, July/August 1974. This article outlines the religious and historical significance of Jerusalem to Muslims
- Al-Hussein Mosque, Cairo Built in 1154 in Cairo, this mosque is one of the holiest sites in Egypt