How do the Muslims know when to pray their five times a day?
Good question. they pray when they want to. lol jokes
Fajr: from dawn until sunrise.
Zhur: from noon until midafternoon.
Asr: from midafternoon until sunset.
Magreb: from sunset until full darkness.
Isha: from full darkness until fajr, although it should be offered before midnight.
Most people these days rely on timetables rather than celestial observation. There are a number or electronic devices and computer programs that alert people when it's time to pray. You can find one of the latter at islamicfinder.org.
No way Why we are Muslims why should we go to Hindus temples and specially on Saturday - Muslims go to the masjid, or mosque, as many times as they please. Muslims pray at least five times a day. They may pray these prayers at home or at the masjid. They pray every day of the week, including Saturday.
In Islam, Muslims (followers of islam) pray five times a day. They bow down to God and read prayers. This is called Namaz. During differernt times of the day, Muslims different amounts of prayers. It is one of the five pillars of Islam, this means that it is compulsory upon all Muslims after the age of puberty.
Muslims pray five times a day because it is an order from Allah (God). Praying is called in Arabic 'Salat' that means connection. So praying is a way of connection to God to thank Him and to ask for His forgiveness, guidance, and support. So they do not forget about god ( Allah) and it is a must for every muslim at the age of 10 or 11. The Islamic religion requires that Muslims should…
Answer 1 5 times a day. Answer 2 While the pious Muslim does pray five times a day, there is more to discuss than this. There are two major problems with implicit assumptions in this question. The first is that there is a set time for all Muslims in America to pray. Because Muslim prayer times are specifically based on the position of the Sun, Moon, or Stars in the sky, prayer times for Muslims…
Answer Muslims must pray five times a day. whether " most Muslims " apply this duty or not is a different questions!! It is not so much that Muslims pray 5 times a day, it is that they pray 5 different prayers. Sometimes they may not be able to make all the prayers at the exact time they are meant to but they are allowed to join some of the prayers together.
Muslims must be ina positions to pray, preferably in a mosque on a prayer mat, to pray five times a day facing Mecca. First they are not called Islams, they are called Muslims. In addition to the above answer; Muslims can pray anywhere. They are obligated to pray 5 times a day, facing the Qibla: Allah's (God's) House, in Mecca. Prayer times are usually based on the Islamic Calendar which is based on the moon…