The Quest for Baraka – Pilgrimage to Jerusalem and Palestine
'It is within Palestine that perhaps the largest number of sites revered by Muslims can be found.'
Beyond Jerusalem, it is within Palestine that perhaps the largest number of sites revered by Muslims can be found. Many of these are related to prophets and personalities honoured not only by Muslims, but by Jews and Christians as well such as, most notably, the Haram al-Ibrahimi (Sanctuary of Abraham) who was patriarch of the prophets and the first Muslim, as well as places associated with Jesus Christ who is an important and highly respected prophet in Islamic belief.
Haram al-Ibrahimi

First century BC; AH 492 / AD 1099
From the Roman period to the end of the Ottoman period
Hebron (al-Khalil), Palestinian Territories
The fourth holiest shrine in Islam dedicated to the Prophet Abraham, it is revered by both Christians and Jews as well.