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The Role of the Mosque in Islam


Islamic society attaches great value to the Mosque because this institution offers a smooth platform for the Muslim Ummah to be united in Allah's home, to stay to close to Allah, gain spiritual strength as well as to discuss and solve numerous social issues. This book highlights the role of Mosques in an Islamic society and creates awareness of its productive role in the lives of all Muslims.

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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Al-Latif (The Gentle, The Subtly Kind) - Allah's / Gods' Name

Al-Majid (The Illustrious, The Magnificent) - Allah's / Gods' Name

The Story of Dhul-Qarnain

Israel-Jordan Peace Treaty - Religious History