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musjid

(ˈmʌsdʒɪd)
n
(Islam) a variant spelling of masjid
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Noun1.musjid - (Islam) a Muslim place of worshipmusjid - (Islam) a Muslim place of worship  
house of God, house of prayer, house of worship, place of worship - any building where congregations gather for prayer
Mohammedanism, Muhammadanism, Muslimism, Islam, Islamism - the monotheistic religious system of Muslims founded in Arabia in the 7th century and based on the teachings of Muhammad as laid down in the Koran; "Islam is a complete way of life, not a Sunday religion"; "the term Muhammadanism is offensive to Muslims who believe that Allah, not Muhammad, founded their religion"
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By the middle of the month, Townshend received word from Indian Army headquarters that the Imam of Jamma Musjid and a "leading Pandit," both in Delhi, had no objections to the addition of horsemeat to the diet of Muslims and Hindus, respectively.
with the Musjid," and "One, two, where is the constitution of the
It is equally known that many recent attacks on Muslim religious places, including the Dehiwala Musjid attack on 25 May 2012, were led by the JHU monks, a constituent partner of the Rajapaksa administration.
Although the respondents categorically said that Tablighi Jammatd did not have this worldly objective, they admitted that this religious networking did help in spreading awareness about the distinctive religious identity of Muslim and their legal-constitutional rights (Open public discussion with local shopkeepers and residents at Jarna Musjid Chok, Nepalganj, Dec, 2009).
Though important mosques were quickly established in Durban--including the West Street Mosque and the Jumuah Musjid or Grey Street Mosque, said to be 'the largest in the southern hemisphere' (Vahed 2006: 3)--Islam in Durban and what is now KwaZulu-Natal came to be more closely linked to community groupings and less imam-centred than was the case in the Cape.