The Seven Mosques

These seven mosques are located on the western side of Jabal al-Masar, at a fraction of the site of the trench that was dug by Muslims in the reign of Prophethood to defend the medina when the armies of Quraish and the Allied tribes crawled into the fifth year of emigration, The invasions of the trench, also known as the invasion of the parties, were then signed.
These sites were stationed and controlled in that conquest, Each mosque was named after a link in it except the Fatah mosque built in the site of a dome that was hit by the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) These mosques, respectively, are from north to south: Al Fath Mosque, And Salman Al Farsi mosque, And the Abi Bakr Siddiq mosque, In addition to Omar bin Al Khattab Mosque, And the mosque of Ali ibn Abi Talib, and Fatima Mosque. The largest of the seven mosques is known as the Mosque of the parties or the higher mosque, It is built above a Rabieh in the western foothills of the mountain of goods, This name was named because during the conquest of the Parties the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was praying And because Surat al-Fath was held in his position, The result of the invasion was a conquest of the Muslims.