Sidna Ali Mosque
Basic information
Location Israel Herzliya, Israel
Affiliation Islam
District Tel Aviv
Architectural description
Architect(s) Mahamid Jamal
Architectural style Mamluk
Year completed 13th Century
Minaret(s) 1

The Sidna Ali Mosque (Arabic: مسجد سيدنا علي‎, Masjid Sidna Ali; Hebrew: מסגד סידנא עלי‎, Misgad Sidna Ali) is a Muslim place of worship located in the depopulated village of Al-Haram on the beach in the northern part of Herzliya in Israel.


The mosque was originally a 13th century Mamluk construction built in honour of one of Saladins lieutenants who fought bravely against the Crusaders and died in a battle on the hill on which the mosque now stands. His shrine is now housed within the building.

It now serves both at as a mosque and as a religious school.[1]


During the turn of the century it was rebuilt as a caravanserai and went through restorations in 1992.[1][2]



  1. 1.0 1.1 Jacobs, Daniel; Shirley Eber, Francesca Silvani, Rough Guides (Firm) (1998). "Herzliya". Israel and the Palestinian Territories: The Rough Guide. Rough Guides. pp. 531. ISBN 1858282489. Retrieved 2009-01-13. 
  2. "Sidna Ali Mosque Restoration". Retrieved 2009-01-13. 


Coordinates: 32°11′16.22″N 34°48′20.47″E / 32.1878389°N 34.8056861°E / 32.1878389; 34.8056861ar:مسجد سيدنا علي

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