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    What does the muezzin say from the minaret?

    What does the muezzin say from the minaret?

    The formula of adhān is in Sunnism: Allāhu Akbar (God is Supreme) (four times, two for Malikism) Ašhadu an lā ilāh illā Allāh (I testify that there is no god but God) (twice) ... Lā ilāh illā Allāh (There is no god but God) (once).

    Who is the muezzin in Islam?

    muezzin Person in charge of the mosque, who modulates according to a chant the formula established from the minaret to call the faithful to the five canonical prayers and to the solemn service on Friday. ... minaret A vertical construction from which the muezzin invites Muslim believers to pray.

    What is the call of the muezzin called?

    The adhān (Arabic: أَذَان) is the Islamic call to prayer, usually made by the muezzin. The muezzin recites the adhan from the minaret of the mosque five times a day, in order to call Muslims to obligatory prayers.

    How do you pray in the mosque?

    Lower yourself and rest your head, knees and hands on the floor. This is the position called "sajdah". As you do this, repeat: "Allah - Akbar". When fully in position, recite: "Subhanna - Rabbeyal - Alla - wal - Bi - haamdee" three or more odd times.

    What is the minaret used for?

    MINARETO (in Arabic manārah "lighthouse"). - Name used in the Islamic world for towers in general, particularly then for mosque towers, from the top of which the muezzin calls the faithful to prayer at the prescribed hours.

    How are mosques structured?

    The schematic plan of a mosque consists of two parts: a large rectangular open-air courtyard, with arcades and galleries along the sides, in which there is a fountain for the ablutions that the faithful must perform before turning to Allah; a covered room, intended for prayer.

    What is the name of this tower from which the muezzin invites to prayer?

    MINARETO (in Arabic manārah "lighthouse"). - Name used in the Islamic world for towers in general, particularly then for mosque towers, from the top of which the muezzin calls the faithful to prayer at the prescribed hours.

    Where are the minarets?

    Minareto Beach This small beach of clear sand and crystalline sea, whose shallow waters are rich in posidonia, is located within the Protected Area of ​​Plemmirio, in front of Ortigia, on the eastern coast of Sicily and a few kilometers from Syracuse.

    How do you pray in Mecca?

    The Qibla is the fixed direction to the Kaaba Islamic shrine in the great mosque of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. When they pray, all Muslims turn their faces in this direction, wherever they are in the world.
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