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Noun1.salah - the second pillar of Islam is prayer; a prescribed liturgy performed five times a day (preferably in a mosque) and oriented toward Mecca
worship - the activity of worshipping
pillar of Islam - (Islam) one of the five religious obligations accepted by all Muslims
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The Modern Prayer Rug Design competition, inspired by the creative vision of Her Highness, challenged students from across Qatar to submit concept designs that reimagined the Islamic prayer rug using traditional or unconventional materials while honouring the richness and the values of Islamic culture and heritage.
There will also be a hub, with an events hall, gym, music practice rooms, a launderette, Islamic prayer facilities and administrative space.
A view of the hub that will include an events hall, gym, music practice rooms, a launderette, Islamic prayer facilities and administrative space
His website also displayed an Arabic message from the group and played a call to Islamic prayer.
Former Talayan mayor Datu Ali Midtimbang and his son, Nathaniel-who was also Talayan vice mayor - were on their way home along with the other victims after attending Friday's Islamic prayer at the Golden Mosque in Talayan when the attack took place.
My interest in the same phenomenon started three years ago when, under the auspices of the Social Science Research Council's (SSRC's) New Directions in the Study of Prayer (NDSP) research initiative, I began researching new forms of Islamic prayer whose modalities--such as all-night prayer sessions, Sunday services, personal testimonies and a new emphasis on good and evil--bear a striking resemblance to those of Pentecostal Christians in south-western Nigeria.
Islamic prayer rooms have been made available at Taoyuan International Airport, the high speed Taichung Station (rail station) and along some highways.
The building has been used as a place for Islamic prayer for more than 40 years, and the applicant says it is "well known in Middlesbrough for being the oldest still serving Masjid".
The four Coptic teenagers were charged with "mocking Islamic prayer rituals" and publishing a video that "disrupts public order", according to the Egyptian Commission for Rights and Freedoms (ECRF).
Islamic prayer in mosques consists of verses, expressions said silently during the worship and steps of movements and their repetitions to make prayers complete.
An imam then led the family in Islamic prayer as the heart monitorrecorded the final blips.
She said family members were hugging and kissing him, holding his hands and chanting an Islamic prayer while his heart kept beating and called it a "true testament to the strength of his spirit and will".

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