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Jaffa - يافا : JAFFA - late 19th, early 20thc. 8
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Jaffa - يافا : JAFFA - late 19th, early 20thc. 8

Posted by Rami Atwan Uploaded on February 8, 2011
 
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Posted by amina abu radwan on September 19, 2014 #155205

To the right of the picture you can see the tip of the Manarat of the Abu Radwan / Bahr / Mina mosque build by Mousa Pacha Abu Radwan, The Ottoman wali - Governor - around 1650.

Mousa Pacha was the great grand son of Prince Radwan ibn Moustafa the great military and politician in Sultan Suleiman around 1450.

Prince Radwan ibn Moustafa was the son of Kara Shahin Moustafa the first governor of Sanjak Gaza around 1440.

The great contribution to Palestine history and all middle east history was remarquable with the family of Radwan/Abu Radwan for 400 years.

The Radwan mosque was renovated by UNDP in 1990.
Very near is the Radwan street square.