Mashar al-Haram Mosque

Situated in Muzdalifah, Mashar al-Haram Mosque marks the area where the Prophet ﷺ supplicated during his Farewell Pilgrimage

Mecca Sharif, Saudi Arabia

Coordinates: 21.386248, 39.912452

Al MASHAR AL HARAM Mosque is the Valley between Muzdalifa and Mina, where pilgrims should make a Du’a after they have slept in Muzdalifah while they are going to Mecca to throw Jamrat al-Aqabah on the morning of the 10th of Dhul-Hijjah.

Mentioned in Quran:

Allah mentions in the Quran: “Then when you pour down from (Mount) Arafat, celebrate the praises of Allah at the Sacred Monument, and celebrate His praises as He has directed you, even though, before this, you went astray.” [2:198]

Prayer of the Prophet ﷺ

The Mashar al-Haram is regarded as being a part of Muzdalifah but not all of it.

Hz. Jabir (رضي الله عنه) reported that the Prophet ﷺ stayed in Muzdalifah overnight.

He then performed Fajr salah, mounted his she-camel until he came to Mashar al-Haram. After dismounting and facing the Qibla, the Prophet ﷺ made du’a, proclaiming the Greatness and Oneness of Allah.


The Masjid from east to west is 90m with a width of 56m. More than 12,000 worshippers can be accommodated inside at one time.

It is located midway between Masjid al-Khayf in Mina and Masjid al-Namirah in Arafat.

Hajis on their return from Arafah have to halt in Muzdalifa. This is the place where Magrib & Ishaa prayers are prayed together. And, hajis spend their night in Muzdalifa.