Ruins of ancient city of Samaria

Mention many times in the New Testaments, Samaria witnessed events related to many Prophets including Hz. Isa عليه اسلام

Nablus, Israel occupies Palestine

Coordinates: 32.276389, 35.195000

The New Testament mentions Samaria in Luke 17:11–20, in the miraculous healing of the ten lepers, which took place on the border of Samaria and Galilee.

John 4:1–26 records Hz. Isa عليه اسلام encounter at Jacob’s Well with the woman of Sychar, in which he declares himself to be the Messiah.

In Acts 8:2 it is recorded that the early community of disciples of Hz. Isa عليه اسلام began to be persecuted in Jerusalem and were ‘scattered throughout the regions of Judea and Samaria’.

Philip went down to the city of Samaria and preached and healed the sick there.

In the Bible, Samaria was condemned by the Hebrew prophets for its “ivory houses” and luxury palaces displaying pagan riches.

Over time, the region has been controlled by numerous different civilizations, including Israelites, Babylonians, the classical Persian Empire, Ancient Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Crusaders, and Ottoman Turks.