About Application

Alakoutarassoul is an application operated without the need for an internet connection to download all the holy sites the beloved's foot treaded on, stated accurately on navigation maps, easy to arrive at and visit, and as mentioned in his biography (Seerah). It aims to help pilgrims or visitors of Al-Medinah Al- Munawrah or those striving to know these sites to rethink/learn lessons while visualizing the image of Mekka Al-Mukarramah or Al- Medinah Al- Munawrah at the times of the beloved (pbuh). It also precisely shows all sacred sites the beloved foot walked on either in Mekka or Al- Medinah or on his migration route or during his battles, particularly after most of these landmarks had obliterated due to the expansion of the Two Venerable Sanctuaries (Al-Haramein) or due to absolutism of modern construction on expense of these holy places or due to lack of interest to show them.


An index with seven main ports/sections, subdivided into more than 250 sites the foot of the beloved (pbuh) treaded on.

Background information/Synopsis of each of these sites

An accurate location on the map for the sites the foot of the beloved (pbuh) stepped on for praying or sites he passed such as mountains and valleys or places of water wells he drank from.

Possibilities of arriving at each of these sites by car or on foot without being connected to the internet.


Thar’a Well (Bani Khatma Well)

This is the well of Bani Khatma. Ibn Zabala narrated the Hadith: “The Prophet (PBUH) came to Bani Khatma, and prayed at the house of the elderly. Then came out of it and prayed in Bani Khatma Mosque. Then he headed for their well (Thar’a) and sat down in its edge, had ablution and...

Mount Tayaab

Mount Tayaab | This small mountain is located to the east of Mount Uhud, now cut by the Airport Road from Medina. A large part of this mountain was removed for the airport road. At this small mountain Ghatfan tribe stayed during the Trench incursion. Its side is considered raised as for Medina. Allah...

Al-Ihn (Al-Yasra) Well

Al-Yasra Well had its name derived from the Arabic word Yousr (Ease) opposite of U’sra (difficulty or hardship). Sa’eed bin Amro was quoted as saying: “The Prophet (PBUH) came to Bani Umayya bin Zaid, of Al-Aws tribe, stood by a well owned by them, and said: “What is its name?” They said: “U’sra.” He...

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