adhan

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a·dhan

 (ä-thän′)
n.
Variant of azan.

adhan

(ˌaˈðaːn)
n
(Islam) Islam a call to prayer
[changed from Arabic adhān, literally: announcement]
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Ali Gomaa, Yemeni Islamic scholar and spiritual educator Habib Ali Zain al-Abidin al-Jifri, and Ahmed Abo El-Azm, assistant advisor to Egypt's Grand Mufti, denouncing what the occupation forces did, saying, "Now it is time for Al-Asr prayer, and Al-Aqsa mosque did not raise the adhaan (Muslim call for prayer).
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In America an immigrant Muslim can go to the White House, say Salaam to the wife of the Greatest American [Muhammad Ali], call Adhaan [the call to prayer], & pray.
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You get invited to Mansaf (a Middle Eastern dish of lamb cooked in yoghurt and served with rice) at iftars, and the adhaan that heralds iftar .
The Schindler's List star told the Sun that, while filming in Istanbul recently, the Islamic call to prayer, Adhaan, "got into his spirit".
American Adhaan (October 2001): Watch night spilling on the western edge/of invisible, its cool surrender/to the peach-colored clouds (just water/that has lately collapsed/into form).