The Haram esh-Sharif (aka “Temple Mount”) is much in the news these days. Last summer when visiting the site I saw, for the first time, a person actually praying in the “Dome of the Prophet” (Qubbat al–Nabi).
The “Dome of the Prophet” is located about 20 yards northwest of the Dome of the Rock. This is a single person prayer area built in 1539 “to mark the site where Muhammad led the prophets in prayer before his ascension into Heaven.”
The large umbrellas in the background shaded worshipers during Friday Prayers during the month of Ramadan.
The capitals on these eight columns look very much like a capital that was on the debris pile east of the Dome of the Rock platform.
Photo: June 17, 2015.
Quote from Leen and Kathleen Ritmeyer. Jerusalem — the Temple Mount — a Carta Guide Book. Jerusalem: Carta, 2015, p. 130.