Masjid Al-Dirar is a mosque that was built during the time of the Prophet Muhammad in the city of Medina, Saudi Arabia. It was initially presented as a mosque to the Prophet by a group of hypocrites, who had intended to use it as a center to spread dissension and division among the Muslims.
The Prophet Muhammad became suspicious of the motives of those who had built the mosque, and he ordered that it be destroyed. This decision was based on the fact that the mosque was intended to serve as a tool to spread disunity among the Muslims and to weaken the Muslim community.
The destruction of Masjid Al-Dirar is recorded in Islamic history and serves as a lesson to Muslims about the importance of unity and the dangers of disunity and division.