Sabil Mutawada al-Kas (Al-Kas Fountain and Ablution Area)

Sabil Mutawada al-Kas is located inside al-Aqsa Mosque, between the Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa Mosque. It was established by Sultan al-Adil Abu-Bakr Ibn Ayyub in 589 Hijri / 1193 AD, and was later renovated by Sayf ad-Din Tankiz ibn an-Nasiri, the deputy of the Sultan in the Levant, in the year 728 Hijri / 1327 AD.

The Sabil is a large, open, circular water pool paved with marble from the outside, and in the middle of the pool is a water fountain. There are stone seats around the body of the pool. This Sabil has a distinctive structure, unseen in any other sabils around Jerusalem.

It is one of the well-known monuments of al-Aqsa Mosque around which prayers gather during feasts and group prayers.