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The frequency by which Muslims attend mosque services in The World

The frequency by which Muslims attend mosque services The frequency by which Muslims attend mosque services vary greatly around the world. In some countries, weekly attendance at religious services are common among Muslims while in others, attendance is rare. Percentage of Muslims who attend mosque at least once a week, 2009–2012[37] Country Percentage Ghana   100% Liberia   94% Ethiopia

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13 Features abd Architecture of Kaaba Mecca of Saudi Arabia

13 Features of Kaaba Mecca of Saudi Arabia Edit The Kaaba is a stone cube structure made of granite. The Kaaba is approximately 13.1 m (43 ft) high (some claim 12.03 m (39.5 ft)), with sides measuring 11.03 m (36.2 ft) by 12.86 m (42.2 ft). Inside the Kaaba, the floor is made of marble and limestone. The interior walls, measuring 13 m (43 ft) by 9 m (30 ft), are clad with tiled,

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History of Kaabah Muhammad’s era and After

History of Kaaba Muhammad’s era and After An illustration from the early 14th-century Persian Jami al-Tawarikh, inspired by the story of Muhammad and the Meccan clan elders lifting the Black Stone into place when the Kaaba was rebuilt in the early 600s During Muhammad’s time (570–632 CE), the Kaaba was considered a holy and sacred site by the local Arabs and later Islam recognized

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Live Video: “Misconception of Kaabah Among Non Muslims” on YouTube

Misconsception of Kaaba among The Non-MuslimWatch this video on YouTube.DOKTER INDONESIA ONLINE VIDEO The Kaaba is the holiest site in Islam, and is often called by names such as the House of God. The Qibla is the direction faced during prayer.[Quran 2:143–144] It is the focal point for prayer. The direction faced during prayer is the direction of where the Kaaba is.

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