MySQL Error!
MySQL error in file: /engine/modules/show.full.php at line 1128
Error Number: 1114
The Error returned was:
The table '(temporary)' is full
SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The Al-Aqsa Mosque The al-Aqsa mosque apparently was constructed by Abd al-Malik or his son, al-Walid (ruled 705—715). It sits at the southern end of the Temple Mount, in the&nbsp;area of Herod\'s Royal Stoa. Unlike the Dome of the Rock, the al-Aqsa mosque&nbsp;has been modified through repeated repairs and reconstructions. Much of&nbsp;the current mosque, including the facade, is the result of later modifications.&nbsp;The original building is thought to have been a broad hall consisting of a central&nbsp;nave flanked on each side by seven rows of columns, which created seven aisles&nbsp;(a hypostyle plan typical of early Islamic mosques). A niche called a qibla in&nbsp;the south wall at the end of the nave marks the direction of prayer (toward&nbsp;Mecca). The ceiling of the nave immediately in front of the qibla had a dome,&nbsp;but the rest of the building was covered with a flat ceiling carried on wooden&nbsp;beams.\n \nThe Dome of the Rock is a monument enshrining a central focal po') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The Al-Aqsa Mosque The al-Aqsa mosque apparently was constructed by Abd al-Malik or his son, al-Walid (ruled 705—715). It sits at the southern end of the Temple Mount, in the&nbsp;area of Herod\'s Royal Stoa. Unlike the Dome of the Rock, the al-Aqsa mosque&nbsp;has been modified through repeated repairs and reconstructions. Much of&nbsp;the current mosque, including the facade, is the result of later modifications.&nbsp;The original building is thought to have been a broad hall consisting of a central&nbsp;nave flanked on each side by seven rows of columns, which created seven aisles&nbsp;(a hypostyle plan typical of early Islamic mosques). A niche called a qibla in&nbsp;the south wall at the end of the nave marks the direction of prayer (toward&nbsp;Mecca). The ceiling of the nave immediately in front of the qibla had a dome,&nbsp;but the rest of the building was covered with a flat ceiling carried on wooden&nbsp;beams.\n \nThe Dome of the Rock is a monument enshrining a central focal po') AND id != 71490 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 01:24:06' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5