In the southern Iraqi province of Wasit, 23 kilometers to the northwest of Al-Numaniyah, is one of the historical sites. The Al-Najmi site or Al-Najmi Mosque are further names for it. It was constructed in the Seljuk fashion and houses Allama Al-Bajali and his wife’s grave.
It is still a large, lofty building that is surrounded in with walls containing recognizable inscriptions from the Abbasid era and is encircled by an inner courtyard that is the center of which is home to two tombs and a water well.
WEN team had a significant impact on popularizing this site and planning tourist tours there. This eventually brought it to the attention of government officials, and a successful rehabilitation effort followed.