The History of Al-Quds

Al-Quds city is the capital of Palestine and the biggest and largest historical cities in Palestine with total area 19.331 km square. Al-Quds city is considered a holy city in three Abrahamic religions religious: Islam, Christianity and Judaism. The city had been attacked several times through history and had been destroyed twice, whereby it also had been besieged for approximately 23 times, attached for 52 times, and invaded for 44 times. Al-Quds city had been established by the Canaanites 3.000 B.C.

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