Why is the mosque special?
If you are Christian, why is your church special, if you are Jewish, why is you synagogue special? Answer those questions to find out why a mosque is special.
A mosque is a place of worship of the Muslims. It has a mimber and prayer rugs in it. There is nothing special inside a mosque. It may be decorated or very simple.
the special place for Muslims is the prophet mosque (in Medina), Kaaba (in Makkah or Mecca), AlAqsa Mosque (in East Jerusalem)
No, Praying in a mosque is the same way praying elsewhere outside mosques.
The geatest blessings are for praying in the mosque in Mecca. That is where the house built by Abraham is. The next greatest mosque is the mosque of Muhammad, in Medinah. The third greatest mosque is in Jerusalem - where many of the other Prophets were. After that, there is no special distinction given to any mosque.
In a mosque or a special room at home!
when hazrat Prophet Muhammad died
no when any muslim enters in the mosque he has to remove his shoe outside only
al-aqsa mosque as it is known as a special place for muslims. Why? Because the Allahs messenger went to mee'raj from that mosque.
As much as I know, it is the mosque that Isa ( alahissalam) will descend ( on the roof of) before Day of judgement!!!
The Muslims pray five times each day in a mosque. Friday is the special day of the week when the Muslims gather in large number to offer Friday Prayer in a big mosque.
If you mean can you eat in the mosque? Then the answer is yes but in special occasions as breaking the fasting in Ramadan at sunset and before praying for Salat Al-Magrib.
Because it the place where Muslims perform prayers and worship.
The Mihrab, prayer hall, minaret, dome, minbar
there is a heater which explodes in to food for the worshipers to eat.
There are sinks toilets and special wudu cleaning places.
at the back of a mosque in a special cupboard
Children go to mosue at the time of the prayer ( five times ). They may also go at other time when there are some special classes arranged for them in the mosque.
Ghazi Izzeddin Bisheh has written: 'The mosque of the Prophet at Madinah throughout the first century A.H. with special emphasis on the Umayyad Mosque' -- subject(s): Mosques
Nothing special is need for Muslims to pray. All what needed is a clean surface Things usually inside a mosque: carpet, Quran shelves, microphone and speakers for the Imam
The Badshahi Mosque in Lahore, was built by the sixth Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb between 1673- 74. It is the eighth largest mosque in the world. The Mosque was completed under the superintendence of Fidai Khan Koka, Aurangzeb's foster brother. Made up of red sand-stone, this Mosque is situated opposite to the Alamgiri gate of Lahore Fort. The prayer room can accommodate upto 100,000 worshipers.
Muslim women are encouraged to go to mosques for praying such as Muslim men. However, if walking to the nearest mosque is not secured or if the mosque is usually crowded and not well suited for women praying, then they are exempted from going to the mosque for praying. Many mosques in many countries have special partition to allow women attendance for praying and for participation in religious sermons and studies.
Muslims pray on Friday in the mosque or they have a special room at home to pray in
Mainly: praying reciting Qur'an listening to sermons and religious teachings
some Muslims worship at home because they do not live close enough to a Mosque so they have somewhere to pray at home instead. on special occasions they may try their best to worship at a Mosque though.
Friday is a special day for the Muslims as Sunday is for the Christians and Satureday for the Jews. The Muslims offer a special Friday Prayer and listen to the Friday sermon.
We go to mosque and pray a special prayer for that person who died. And they visit the person who died's family .
FRIDAY. This is the day Adam was created, granted permission in Paradise, thrown out of Paradise and so men do special prayer called Jummah in their mosque.
If you mean by worship praying or Salat, then the answer is that Muslims perform salat or praying in a mosque (or Masjid). However, they allowed to perform it anywhere on condition to be clean, dry, and free from distractions. Muslims goto the Mosque, for Friday prayer
It is a famous mpsque called AL AQSA MOSQUE which was used by the prophet Muhammed in his visit to God
MOSQUE ______________________________________________ If you mean praying (or Salah) by worship, then it is almasjid (or the mosque). However, Muslims are allowed to pray in any clean dry place on earth as open land areas, office, home, halls, or even in ships or airplanes.
there is no grand mosque...many large towns have a grand mosque that heads the smaller ones and some countrys have a grand mosgue to head all mosque in the country..there is no grand mosgue ..most people think the grand mosque is the mosque in mecca but it isn't not...even to is in mecca it don't control all mosque worldwide so there is no grand mosque as in control of all mosque but many mosque called… Read More
In mosques or at their houses. there is a special women places in mosques for women, because it is forbidden to pray next to men. and it is not a must for women to pray the 5 prays at mosque, they can do that at home. for example Friday Prayer it is a must for men to pray it at mosque, on the contrary of women.
There is no mosque in Dubai called the F Mosque.
Friday is a special day to Muslims because that is the day when they pray for forgiveness and all their sins from the previous week are forgiven. i hope that helped.
Madinah was the first city in which the proper Islamic state was developed. It was the city where Prophet Muhammad was able to demonstrate the laws of Islam in full. Moreover, Madinah today contains the tomb of Prophet Muhammad and also the third most sacred mosque in Islam. Correction - the SECOND most sacred. First is the Kaaba in Mecca, second the prophet's mosque in Madinah, and third the Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.
Muslims do not go to church. They go to the mosque or 'masjid' for prayers, which are done 5 times a day, every day. Muslims can either go to the masjid or pray at home or anywhere else. Friday is a special day of prayer on which many Muslims go to their mosque.
The lagest mosque in nigeria is kwara state mosque
Badshahi Mosque is the largest mosque in Pakistan
There is no adjective to mosque. Mosque is the building where Muslims go for praying.
There is nothing called Islamic church. If it is meant what is for Muslims is corresponding to the church for Christian then the answer is Masjid (in Arabic) and Mosque (in English). The mosque structure is characterized by one; or more; long minaret and a dome (some structure models) besides special Islamic window and gate designs.
The fourth biggest mosque is Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia
Al Badiyah Mosque
Friday. ______________________________ If you mean praying by worship, then it is daily. Friday praying is a special praying to be practiced in a mosque as it includes also listening to a religious sermon.
Badshahi mosque is the second largest mosque in pakistan
The Badshahi Mosque in Lahore was built by Aurangzeb and not Akbar. Completed in 1673, Badshahi Mosque is the second largest mosque in Pakistan.
The first mosque in Islam is Mosque Qiba, built in July 622. The mosque is in the country Saudi Arabia, in the city of Medinah.
Mosque For the Muslims religion, It is important to go to the mosque The mosque in Istanbul was very beautiful as it have patterns that could attract people
No, the word mosque is a common noun, a word for any mosque. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example: Mosque Street, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Mosque Street, Singapore The Blue Mosque (The Shrine of Hazrat Ali), Afghanistan "The Mosque at Medina" a novel by Gary Osborn
Updated Answer The Arabic meaning of Friday is "Gathering or Jumaa day". Although Muslims pray daily, particularly on Fridays, they are called for a special gathering prayer at noon in the mosque, called Jumaa prayer, or Gathering prayer. During this mosque gathering, Muslims listen to a religious sermon from the mosque leader (called Imam in Arabic) followed by a special Friday noon prayer. Friday is considered as a weekly feast for Muslims when they dress… Read More
The first Mosque on earth is the Masjid al-Haram in Makkah(Mecca) And the next oldest mosque is al-Aqsa Mosque in Palestine.