What are places of worship in the middle east?
1)Mecca(kaaba)2)madina(for muslims)3)bait-ul-mukaddis(blue mosque) at Jarusalem for muslims,Jews and christians4)Baithalahem(Jerusalem) for christians are the major semetic worship centres.
People pray both at centers of worship and at their homes. Since the majority of Middle Easterners are Muslims, they will pray at an Islamic center of worship or a MOSQUE. There are local neighborhood mosques called "masjid" (مسجدد) and large "cathedral-like" mosques called "jaame3" (جامع). Of course, there are other religious groups in the Middle East and they have their own centers of worship like Christians who have Churches and Cathedrals, Jews who have…
Most Christian religions do not consider their places of worship to be temples but instead use the widely popular term "church" for their house of worship. Middle Eastern religious persons such as Islams, Sikhs, Buddhists and Hindus call their places of worship temples and are considered to be sacred to their religion.