Masjid Al Jinn is a mosque located in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. It is also known as the Mosque of the Jinn, as it is believed that it was built on the spot where a group of jinn (supernatural beings in Islamic mythology) once gathered to hear the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) recite the Quran.
The mosque is located in the Al-Naseem district of Makkah, near the Mina neighborhood, and is open to visitors throughout the year. It is a small mosque with a simple design, and can accommodate up to around 400 worshippers at a time.
According to Islamic tradition, the story of Masjid Al Jinn goes back to the time when the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was traveling to Makkah from Madinah, and a group of jinn heard him reciting the Quran. They were so moved by the recitation that they embraced Islam, and the Prophet (peace be upon him) is said to have led them in prayer at this very spot.
Today, Masjid Al Jinn serves as a reminder of this historic event, and is a popular destination for Muslims visiting Makkah. Many people come here to pray and seek blessings, and it is also a place of great significance for those who believe in the existence of jinn in Islamic theology.