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Nebi Samuel

Nebi Samuel is the traditional tomb of the biblical prophet Samuel

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Located near the Shufat neighborhood, on the north-western outskirts of Jerusalem, this is the traditional tomb of the biblical prophet Samuel. Following a familiar pattern, the Jewish shrine was taken over by Christians who built a church that subsequently became a mosque.

 

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