salaat


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Noun1.salaat - 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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That is not the purpose of this salaat. The results of an istikharaah can take many forms.
The Arabic word 'salaat' is normally translated as prayer in English.
Sohail Salaat in the Neonatal Resuscitation Workshop said that in order to control the neonatal mortality rate, the staff should be trained and perform proactively.
It's 1.15pm and time for pupils at Cardiff Muslim Primary to gather for the salaat, one of the five daily obligatory prayers for Muslims and the only one to take place during school time.
It's 1.15pm and time for pupils atCardiff Muslim Primary to gather for the salaat, one of the five daily obligatory prayers for Muslims and the only one to take place during school time.
Ahmadis cannot employ the terms masjid (mosque) to describe their place of worship, namaz or salaat to describe their prayer, or even the word "Quran" to describe their holy book.
But a majority of Sunni scholars regard the Tarawih prayers as Sunnat al-Mu'akkadah, a salaat that was performed by the Islamic prophet Muhammad very consistently.
Salaat in the Chief Commissioner's Office which was also attended by
After a sumptuous breakfast, they gather in outdoor locations or mosques to recite the Eid prayer (salaat), listen to sermon (Khutba), and give zakat (charity).
At Masjid al-Haram people spend their time reading Quran, performing salaat and praying throughout the day.
The content involved in Salaat Quranic verses and prayers and their reiteration also plays a vital role in determining man's behavior and conduct.
Dubai -- Their Highnesses Supreme Council Members and Rulers Shaikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi of Ajman, Shaikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi of Fujairah and Shaikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi of Ras Al Khaimah joined thousands of people in offering prayers for rain, known as Salaat Al Istisqaa, in mosques and musallas across the country on Thursday.