Not far from Ajloun is the tomb of the venerable companion Ikrimah ibn Abi Jahl marked by a collection of stones. He was one of Prophet Mohammad's bitterest enemies until he embraced Islam.
Later he distinguished himself by contributing to the spread of Islam. Martyred in the Battle of Yarmouk he also took part in the wars of Apostasy and the conquest of Greater Syria.
Also in Ajloun is a shrine for El-Khedr 'St. George' as well as in Salt, Mahes, Kerak and Bayt Ras (Irbid). St. George is not a prophet but one of Allah's righteous worshippers, servants and a favorite saint.
He has many shrines in Jordan as Allah revealed a number of miracles through him as a method of educating people on the merits of servitude to Allah . In the Holy Qur'an, his famous story with Prophet Moses is cited in Surat Al-Kahf (The Cave) (verses 64-82).