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The Green Mosque dates back to 12th century AD, and is distinguished for its beautiful dome and elaborately wrought mihrab. On 26 February 2015 the mosque was destroyed by explosives by ISIL.
The Mosque of Jerjis is believed by Muslims to be the burial place of Jerjis (known in Christianity as Saint George).
Situated on the right bank of the Tigris, it is known for its conical dome, decorative brickwork and calligraphy engraved in Mosul blue marble of the 13th century.
On July 23, 2014, the Mausoleum of Yahya Abu al-Qasim was destroyed by Islamic State.
The Imam Al-Bahir Mosque was a historic mosque in the city of Mosul, Iraq. The mosque was commissioned by the Zangid ruler Badr al-Din Lu'lu' in the same year of his death.
It contained the tomb of Imam al-Baher, which was situated next to the prayer hall.
He turned one of the rooms into a shrine and mausoleum of Imam Muhsin, and added a musholla (prayer space) and a minbar.
The mausoleum was destroyed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant in 2015 after an attempt to loot the mosque.
Reportedly the United Arab Emirates offered to finance the completion of the mosque on condition of the mosque being renamed Zayed Mosque in the name of the UAE Emir Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan but the offer was refused.
In the middle of the mosque stood a sepulcher, covered with a Persian carpet of silk and silver, and at the four corners, great copper candlesticks with wax tapers, besides several lamps and ostrich eggshells that hung down from the roof.
A whale's tooth, appropriate to Jonah's well-known adventure at sea, was said to be preserved there.
The prayer hall was topped by a green 17 meters dome.
In 2014, the mosque was destroyed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant by explosives.