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Where do Muslims worship?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 14 Mar '13 05:01 am
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God worshiping by Muslims include:
ritual worshiping, and
all good deeds done in obedience to God and prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and following Islam religion teachings and g
They also pray in what they call : Mosques
Ritual worships include:
Prayers,
paying zakat (Alms giving),
sawm (fasting), and
hajj (pilgrimage).
Regarding prayers, Muslims go for ritual prayers to mosque (or called Masjid). However, ritual prayers can be done at home, office, open air, during flying, on a ship, or any dry clean place on the ground. Ritual prayers are to be performed as a gathering with one leading the prayer. However, if praying in a gathering is not available then it can be done individually. In addition, Muslim are required to attend Friday prayers and holiday (Eid) prayers at the mosque; they theoretically can do the rest at home. A dedicated mosque is not even required to do those prayers. Other large facilities, such as convention centers, are often rented out for the purpose of ho ...more
Answered by vedprakash sharma, 14 Mar '13 05:14 am

 
  
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The Muslim building for communal worship is called a mosque. Muslims often refer to the mosque by its Arabic name, masjid. The word comes from the Arabic for "place of prostration".

Very often Mosques have a domed roof and a tall tower called a minaret. Muslims are called to prayer from the minaret. The man who who enters the minaret and calls them to prayer is called a muezzin
Answered by rajan, 14 Mar '13 07:16 am

 
  
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The Muslim building for communal worship is called a mosque. Muslims often refer to the mosque by its Arabic name, masjid. The word comes from the Arabic for "place of prostration".

Very often Mosques have a domed roof and a tall tower called a minaret. Muslims are called to prayer from the minaret. The man who who enters the minaret and calls them to prayer is called a muezzin
Answered by iqbal seth, 14 Mar '13 05:20 am

 
  
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Very often Mosques have a domed roof and a tall tower called a minaret. Muslims are called to prayer from the minaret.
Answered by Quest, 14 Mar '13 12:15 pm

 
  
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