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A mosque is the building where Muslims worship. There are very strict building requirements for a place of worship to be called a mosque.
A mosque, or masjid as it is known in Arabic, is a place of worship where Muslims, the followers of the religion of Islam, perform their prayers (salah). A mosque is the centre of a Muslim's mind and is very important in the religion of Islam. Prayers are offered five times at different intervals in…
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Non Muslims in mosques Why not, Going to the masjid will give them knowledge about Islam provided that they respect the masjid and wear as should be. In general most imaams will allow non-Muslims to enter the mosque provided they adhere to the rules and etiquettes set out for such occasions.
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The spiral minaret on the Mosque of Samarra has approximately 650 steps. -stanggirl258
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Muslim men are required to pray at the mosque 5 times a day, including the Friday prayer. But for Muslim women its not a requirement to pray at the mosque, they may pray at home if they want.
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Plenty of them; google them
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They don't. Next time you go, look around the edges and the back and you will find chairs for the elderly and sick to sit in. The lack of pews, benches, etc is because Muslim prayer dictates prostration, which would be difficult if everyone had to leave the sitting area, walk to the prayer area, and…
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is there any mosque in paderborn
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sunni and shia in the UKNo, they tend to use different mosques. Sunni and Wahabi sometimes share though. Wahabi mosques are commonly funded by Saudi Arabia as a way of spreading the wahabi way. Sunni's are far more common in the UK than wahabis, hence te push to promote wahabis.
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A Ahmadi Mosque is open to any person who wishes to pray.so any person can pray in a Ahmadi Mosque. A full answer is available in audio format at the following URL:http://www.askislam.org/practices/praying/question_34.htmlTo those who do not know, a Ahmadi belongs to a group called Ahmadiyyat that i…
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Several Rules include: Don't run.Don't talk during the lectures.Don't talk during prayers.Wear loose clothing.Wear long clothing.Women: wear head scarves.Offer to help out as much as possible.Respect everyone.clean up after the services.
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There is no specific mosque that Muslims go to for worshiping Allah; however, Muslims perform pilgrim to Mecca, Every year (for those who are capable of doing so), and they usually visit the mosque of the prophet Mohammad, peace and blessings be upon him, and his grave in the city of Almadinah Almon…
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God worshiping by Muslims include: ritual worshiping, and all good deeds done in obedience to God and prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and following Islam religion teachings and g Ritual worships include: Prayers, paying zakat (Alms giving), sawm (fasting), and hajj (pilgrimage). Regarding pray…
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Turkish Muslims, as all Muslims, go to worship in mosques or any other clean place.
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because women must not be attractive for other men using her body or her face
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Answer - Well, that depends. Who are you praying to? What are you doing in a Mosgue? If you are praying to GOD (Jesus Christ you know) than that's fine. The second question I just wanted to know. Answer - no it is still considered a house of GOD Answer No, Prayer can be done anywhere anytime…
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The leader of a mosque is called the Imam.
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Muhammad built a mosque to set up a place for prayer. He used the mosque as the seat of government and as an army training centre. He used the mosque as a community centre and as a school. He also resided inside the mosque of Madinah.
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The largest mosque in the world is the Masjid al-Haram, also known as the Grand Mosque. The current structure covers an area of 4,008,020 square metres (990.40 acres) including the outdoor and indoor praying spaces and can accommodate up to four million Muslim worshippers during the Hajj period, on…
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There are no portraits of anyone or paintings of animals, as this may cause the Muslim to worship the painting instead of God. There are no statues or 'idols' for the same reason. To decorate the mosque there is patterns and often photo's/paintings of the great mosque's such as the Kabbah in Mecca. …
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Al Aqsa and the Mosque of Omar are situated in the Old City of Jerusalem.
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The correct answer, from a Muslim, is that we pray separately for reasons of modesty and it is totally possible to get attracted as GOD has created attraction Between Men and Women). In the time of the Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) women would pray in rows behind the rows of men. If they prayed in front o…
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Mosques "better to say Masjid(s)" are houses of Allah the almighty. They should be respected and taken care of by cleaning ... etc. Decoration is not even encouraged in mosques. They only must be clean, nicely furnished and respected while in the Masjid by speaking with law voice. Masjids should be…
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men should wear clothes covering the knee and up to their arms like their under arms also. Women wear clothes to cover their chest and their hair arms and legs. down to their ankles. and for men no tight shirts no sagging
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You see loads of Muslims giving respect to there god with washed hands and feet, but all the men and women are split up so they dont get distracted
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All religions have different places that they go to for praying - Christians go to a church, Hindus go to a temple - and a mosque is used by Muslims for praying and worshiping Allah (god). most Muslims go to mosques to pray just like Christians go to churches to prayThis is true, but a Mosque is so …
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There are four categories of Muslim worship. Salat is the formal prayer offered at intervals during the day and night. There are five required salat prayers per day: fajr (between dawn and sunrise) zhur (between noon and midafternoon) asr (between midafternoon and sunset) maghreb (between sunset an…
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They are called Namari in Urdu. In other languages different names are given to them.
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According to a Hadith related in Sahih Muslim our Prophet (PBUH) said; "Don't prevent your women from going to the mosque when they seek your permission." Henceforth women can go to mosque. One of the living example is Masjid-ul-Haraam (the most Holiest mosque for Muslims) where you can see h…
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Answer Yes they are
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Muslims go to a mosque to pray. There may also be Islamic courses, reading of the Quran and Hadith, and tours of the mosque for non-Muslims.
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Followers of Islam praying
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a Mosque is a large room but usually the place of men and women is separated.
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Answer Shajalal Masjid 145 Walthall Street, Crewe, CW2 Tel: Mosque Capacity Male 200 Female 0 Mosque Services Arabic/Quran Classes Hadeeth & Tafseer Classes Advice & Counselling Shajalal Masjid 145 Walthall Street, Crewe, CW2 Tel: Mosque Capacity Male 200 Female 0 Mosqu…
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They have different name in various languages. In Urdu they are called Minars.
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To pray collectively at one place. As every religion has its own house dedicated for prayers.
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Muslims go to mosques primarily for ritual praying (the daily five praying, Friday praying, the feast or eid praying, Ramadan after-breakfast or Taraweeh praying, etc.). In addition to this primary objective of going to mosques, Muslims may receive in mosques religious studies, Quran recitation tea…
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the same as any church
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its happy !!! :) mosques are happy
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1. The mosque is a place for congregational prayer. Islam teaches that congregational prayer reaps greater rewards than solitary prayer.2. The mosque is free of idols (pictures or statues of "gods" or created beings.) Muslims worship God alone, and may not place in a room where ther are idols.3. The…
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People reading their prayer in the prayer hall, maybe an imaam giving a sermon on the minbar, people making ablution in the wudhu facilities, classrooms where children are reading the Holy Quran and learning about Islam.
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Muslims pray five times a day. The Jumaa prayer, similar to church on Sundays, is held on Fridays; it begins with a sermon and ends with a prayer.
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AlMasjid Alharam (or the Grand mosque) in Mecca (or Makkah) in Saudi Arabia. It can hold 4 million Muslims during praying.
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It is the Grand Mosques (or AlMasjid Alharam) that Surrounds Kaaba in Mecca (or Makkah) in Saudi Arabia.
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Masjids and Islamic Centers in Florence, Italy MUSLIM CULTURAL CENTER, FLORENCEPhone: 055-2381411 Comunita Islamica Di Firenze E Toscana, Florence, ToscanaPhone: 3382567770
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Depending on what country you find yourself you will find some Mosques are very ornate and some are very simple. The blue Mosque in Turkey is a great example of the history that Mosques can represent, The blue Mosque was designed by a Muslim architect and the first structure to bear a domed roof. Ov…
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the bannana mosque is on Toru Rso Island Co. Kangaroo Ed Drive, Yard On Unicorn.
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because Islam says there is only one deity pictures/statues are forbidden
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A mosque is any type building which is used for Islamic worshiping. The mosque is used for mostly praying but it also holds Islamic classes where people can go to and learn more about their religion. and meet other believers A mosque is the Centre point of the community for the Muslims living in tha…
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The tower of a mosque is called a minaret.
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Anyone Muslim can lead, who ever leads is called the Imam ( The Leader) There is a system for choosing the imam amongst a group of prayers:-The most Quran-reciting.. if they are equal, then-The most Sunnah-knowledged.. if equal,-The married.. if equal,-The oldest.Nowadays, the Ministry of Islamic Af…
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It is in the nature of men to be attracted to women, to stare when they see a female and to think immorally about her. While some women are happy to have lots of men oggling them, most feel uncomfortable. Therefore in a joint Muslim gathering, in order to make women feel more comfortable and do what…
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Another function of mosques is to bond two people. Men, from the bride's family, have a nikkah, where they ask the groom a few questions.(the grooms father and uncles attend as well)2. Events and Lectures 3. Quran classes4. Community Issues and problems5. Q & A6. Marriage & Divorce Services7…
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it is to have loads of fun and do whatever you want
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mosques can be seen every five to ten mile in Saudi Arabia. since it is a Muslim rule to pray five times a day regulary. mosques are eaxy to find.
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The largest mosque in the world is Al-Masjid al-Ḥarām (المسجد الحرام) or "The Sacred Mosque") or the "Grand Mosque". This mosque is Located in the city of Mecca (or Makkah) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It surrounds the Kaaba, the place where Muslims turn around while offering dail…
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Masjid is the Home of Allah...a place of worship for muslims...and everyone must respect it...it belongs to none except Allah..
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Believed to be the first mosque in India, Cheraman Juma Masjid where the Juma prayers were started is situated in Methala Village of Kodungalloor taluk in the state of Kerala. Built around 629 AD, the mosque is unique in its appearance as it is based on a mixture of Arab and traditional Kerala art a…
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a morden size house with Arabic on the doors
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It is an Islamic mosque built on the destroyed temple of Lord Rama.
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Generally, the Muslims have at least one mosque (place of worship) in which ever locality they live.
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He is called Imam
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Muslims start their prayers in a standing position and will perform full body prostrations called "haraka" (حركة) - meaning "movement". After each haraka, the Muslim will resume a standing position.
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It is recommended that Muslims pray at a mosque for greater reward and strengthening brotherhood, but it is permissible to pray at home as well. Muslim men are required to attend weekly Friday prayers. Some people would say that you do have to visit the mosque, as it is Sunnah or following Mohamm…
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Mosques are the House of Allah. They are the places where Muslims congregate five times a day to offer their daily prayers. Apart from that, in earlier times, they were also used as community centres and as the seat of government.Mosques are just like churches of christains, synagogues of Jews, and …
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There are thousands. In Mecca alone there are 20,000 plus mosques but I doubt that there is any precise count for the whole of Saudi Arabia.
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Masjid-e-Zarraar was ordered to be demolished. Read Quran Surah at with translation copy and paste the URL http://www.quranexplorer.com/Quran/?Sura=9&FromVerse=107&ToVerse=110&Reciter=Abdul-Baasit&Translation=Urdu-Ahmed%20Ali&Zoom=5.2&TajweedRules=0
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Because They believe that instead of staring at a picture of Allah there god they want to comunicate with the real god instead of looking at a picture., we got taught this today in R.E :-)
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The word "Mosque" originated from the word of which can not be spoken or typed for this matter... VOLTEMORT!
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One example is: a Wudu Room, Prayer Room and Shoe Hall, but there can be many different ways depending on the mosque. Some mosques have only the Prayer Room.
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it is their prayer hall. Each person is separated with columns for privacy.
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I found out that it is called a dome.However you need to explain the answer your self
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The tower of a mosque is called a minaret.
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Imam Ibn Hajar says about this hadith in Fath al-Bari: His saying (40 years) Ibn al-Jawzi said: It raises a problem since Abraham built the Ka`bah and Solomon built Bayt al-Maqdis [another name of al-Masjid al-Aqsa cf. Hebrew Bet ha-Miqdash] and there are 1,000 years between them. His evidenc…
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grand mosque
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The Mihrab, prayer hall, minaret, dome, minbar
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Muslims go to mosque every day .
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the biggest and the largest mosque in the world is MASJID-UL-HARAM it means KAABA-TULL AH
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Inside the mosque, a maulana (which is a highly educated scholar, and is related to the prophets) speaks to us about Islam. He tells us stories from the Quran and he tells us about the rules of Islam. We also eat inside the mosque. That is when the prayer and the speech is over. Its not like that in…
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They pray, listen to sermons and religious courses, read Quran, ... etc.
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The great mosque is masjed al aqsa in damascus were jesus i believed to reappear
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Sermons are also held there by the Imam.
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There are generally prayer mats, qurans and Muslim version of rosary beads. There are two sections a Mens side and a Women's side, if you go during prayer times you will find people praying together. However in Islam people pray as an individual because prayer is the link between Muslims and God. E…
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In English you call him: leader of the mosque. But in Arabic you call him: Imam ul-masjid. However, most people just call him : Imam.
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Faisal Mosque in Islamabad, Pakistan is the biggest mosque in the world, by its size and no of people who can perform prayer at one time, 300,000.
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It is called minaret. In Arabic, it is Me'ezana
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The person who leads the prayer in a mosque is called an Imam.
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It comes from the Arabic word of masjid
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Muslimsuse them to pray in.by jomanabananahope my answer helped you
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A mosque is the centre of Muslim activities and so is a very important place in the religion. Mosque is the central place for learning about Islam. Also, the mosque helps bind the community together. Some argue that If you do not attend the mosque you are not a Muslim. Many people have different vie…
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Muslims pray in it.
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Muslim prayer is a process of standing, bowing, and kneeling. Chairs would become a hindrance in such a case. However, elderly that find it hard to sit on the floor or perform any of the above actions use a chair. Most mosques have chairs available upon request. These are usually the standard folda…
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it is the place where Muslim do the five prayers a day and this pray is done in a group with on leader in front of them called Imam
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Usually the leader is the Imam sometimes the owner who bought the masjid is the leader.
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a minbar and a qur'an init blud
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The mosque minaret is not different than the church towers or minarets.
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well it is a pulpit next to the mihrab The minbar is a seat at the front of the mosque. The imam sits on the minbar while delivering the khutbah (sermon) at salat-al-Jumah (Friday prayer.)It is a a place, that is a bit higher than where the rest of the praying Muslims are, where the Imaam or preach…
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