The Islam ClipArt gallery offers 23 illustrations related to the Islamic faith.

In Cairo, the Mosque of Mohammed Ali is located on the Mokattam Hills.

Mosque Mohammed Ali

In Cairo, the Mosque of Mohammed Ali is located on the Mokattam Hills.

The Mosque of Cordoba was a former mosque and today is a Roman Catholic Cathedral located in the Andalusian city of Cordoba, Spain. It was built into a mosque by the Umayyad Dynasty. The structure is most notable for its interior large arches, and over 1,000 columns that are made out of jasper, onyx, marble and granite.

Mosque of Cordoba

The Mosque of Cordoba was a former mosque and today is a Roman Catholic Cathedral located in the Andalusian…

The mosque of Cordova.

The Mosque of Cordova

The mosque of Cordova.

"A Dervish is a Mohammedan monk or religious fanatic, who makes a vow of poverty and austerity of life. There are several orders, some living in monasteries, some as hermits, and some as wandering mendicants. Some, called dancing dervishes, are accustomed to spin or whirl themselves round for hours at a time, till they work themselves into a state of frenzy, when they are believed to be inspired."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Dervish

"A Dervish is a Mohammedan monk or religious fanatic, who makes a vow of poverty and austerity of life.…

The tower of Giralda is a mosque in Seville.

Giralda

The tower of Giralda is a mosque in Seville.

The Grand Mosque in the city of Delhi.

Grand Mosque

The Grand Mosque in the city of Delhi.

Hebron, one of the oldest cities in Palestine.  Pictured is the mosque and part of the town.

Hebron

Hebron, one of the oldest cities in Palestine. Pictured is the mosque and part of the town.

Also known as the Flight of Mahomet. It is the migration of Muhammad and his followers to the city of Medina in 622.

Hegira

Also known as the Flight of Mahomet. It is the migration of Muhammad and his followers to the city of…

A cube-shaped building that is considered the most sacred site in Islam.

The Kaaba at Mecca

A cube-shaped building that is considered the most sacred site in Islam.

"Exterior view of Kaid Bey Mosque, Cairo." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Kaid Bey Mosque

"Exterior view of Kaid Bey Mosque, Cairo." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

"Interior view of Kaid Bey Mosque, Cairo." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Kaid Bey Mosque

"Interior view of Kaid Bey Mosque, Cairo." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

"Interior of Kait Bey Mosque." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Kait Bey Mosque

"Interior of Kait Bey Mosque." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

The Saudi Arabian city Mecca, the place Islamic worship.

Mecca

The Saudi Arabian city Mecca, the place Islamic worship.

Temple of Mecca.

Temple of Mecca

Temple of Mecca.

The signature of the prophet, Mohammed.

Mohammed's Signature

The signature of the prophet, Mohammed.

An illustration of the Mohammedan emblems.

Mohammedan Emblem

An illustration of the Mohammedan emblems.

"Mecca—the Great Mosque." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Mosque

"Mecca—the Great Mosque." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

"Court of the Mosque of Tulun, Cairo." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Mosque of Tulun

"Court of the Mosque of Tulun, Cairo." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

"Semi-dome, exterior. Apse of Suleimanié Mosque, Constantinople (A.D. 1550)." -Whitney, 1911

Suleimanié Mosque

"Semi-dome, exterior. Apse of Suleimanié Mosque, Constantinople (A.D. 1550)." -Whitney, 1911

"Semi-dome, interior. Apse of Suleimanié Mosque, Constantinople (A.D. 1550)." -Whitney, 1911

Suleimanié Mosque

"Semi-dome, interior. Apse of Suleimanié Mosque, Constantinople (A.D. 1550)." -Whitney, 1911

The muezzin leading the Islamic call to prayer.

Muezzin

The muezzin leading the Islamic call to prayer.

Mosque of Omar, kept by the Mohammedans during the Crusades.

Mosque of Omar

Mosque of Omar, kept by the Mohammedans during the Crusades.

The ruins of the ancient mosque in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.

Ruins of the Mosque at Samarkand

The ruins of the ancient mosque in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.