The person who makes the call to prayer is called the mu'azzin.
The "muezzin" gives the "azan"..the call for prayer.
Muslims are called to prayer from a mosque's minaret (tower) above the mosque itself.
Muslims are obligated to pray five specific times of the day. The "Call of Prayer" Usually offered by a male, known as "Mu'azan" in Arabic. The prayer call recalls Muslims to offer prayer for the remembrance of their creator "ALLAH TALA" and be thankful to his grants.
Make wudu,-washing before prayer,Call the Adhan,-call to payer,and Iqamat,-last call to prayer and make intention for prayer Mat Allah accept this answer
A muezzin is the person at the mosque who leads the call (adhan) to Friday service and the five daily prayers (salat) from one of a mosque's minarets.
the one who calls Muslims to prayer is called " Moazzen " or " Moathen "as in the standard Aabic. p.s. the 2 letters " th" are spelt as in " the ".
He is called the muathin, also pronounced muadhinor muezzin. He recites the azan, or call to prayer, 5 times a day for Fajr, Duhr, Asr, Maghrib & Ishaa prayers.
It is important because Muslims need the muezzin from the tower to call them to prayer.
More commonly spelled "muezzin" in English.
as soon as we here the call to prayer the "azan" we wash or this washing before praying is called "wuzu"
Muslims call God "Allah." Jews have many names for God but in daily conversation, the most used title is "HaShem," while in prayer, we call Him by the title of Adonai (my Lord).