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The Role of the Mosque in Islam

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AuthorYusuf Islam
BindingPaperback
Pages40
Size in Inches5.5x8
Size in Centimeters14x20
Edition1st - December 1996
Actual Weight0.12
The Mosque is the most important institution in Islam. After the home and working place, it is the most frequented place. The Muslim visits it at least twice, if not five times a day. There he rekindles his spirituality, strengths his relationship with his Creator, meets his fellow Muslim brothers and renews his sense of belonging.
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  • Description: The Mosque (place of worship in Islam) is the most important institution in Islam. After the home and working place, it is the most frequented place. There he rekindles his spirituality, meets his fellow Muslims and renews his sense of belonging.
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