45 students from grades 6 – 12 got a chance to visit an exhibition conducted in Moza centre on 24th November, 2013. This exhibition proved to be educational as it helped the students to learn about one of the sacred places of worship for Muslims- Baithul Muqaddis, Palestine.
The students were first given a brief introduction about the importance of Al-Masjidul Aqsa in the life of Muslims. They were then taken on a tour to closely examine the exhibits. They were explained about the history of the palace and were given a clear idea about how the worship take place.
Baithul Muqaddis was built by the Caliph Abdul Malik Bin Marwan and was designed by Farwa Bin Hawayah. It is the second most sacred Mosque after Masjidul Haram in Makkah.
Towards the end of the informative session, a quiz was conducted to test the knowledge of students. They were divided in to two groups and both the groups actively participated.
At the end of the day, the students were handed gift bags with informative books about the sacred place.