Non-Muslims Allowed to Visit These Four Mosques in Jeddah

Sources from Okaz and Saudi Gazette stated that these four mosques were open for non-muslim visitors to get aware with the Islamic Civilization. These mosques posses the beauty of Islam which always welcome their visitors. Non Muslims Visitors must respect the divinity of these mosques and not to violate the holiness of these mosques. All of these Holy Mosques located in city of Jeddah. These Mosques includes King Fahd Mosque, King Saud Mosque, Al Rahmah Mosque, Al Taqwa Mosque.Non-Muslims allowed in four Saudi mosques

Imam of Quba mosque in Madinah, Sheikh Saleh Al-Mighmasi said on Friday that the entry of non-Muslims to Madinah is not against Islam and does not include any violation of Shariah.

Al Rahmah Mosque on the Corniche which is a major site of Tourist Attraction, Its beauty and unique way of construction attract huge amount of visitors the construction is blend of traditional and Arabic styles. The popular mosque used to be known as Fatimah Mosque but the name is changed for several reasons. This mosque is also known as floating mosque among locals as its pillars were totally sunk in shore of Red Sea.


The King Saud mosque is Jeddah’s largest mosque, covering an area of 9700 square meters. The largest dome has a diameter of 20 meters and reaches a height of 42 meters. It is said to designed by celebrated Egyptian  architect Abdel Wahed El-Wakil.

Built in 2005 Al Taqwa Mosque is located north of jeddah. Al Taqwa woulf accomadate 400 namazi having area of 750 square miles.

King Fahd mosque has amazing resembles with Moroccan architecture due to tile work,  Its Moorish arches triangular domes.