Features of an Islamic Mosque
What is this called?
The lovely lady lumps
What is the 'Mihrab'?
A semicircular niche in the wall where candles are placed.
A semicircular niche in the wall signifying Allah is all encompassing.
A semicircular niche in the wall that indicates the direction of Mecca.
A semicircular niche in the wall that houses the clock indicates whether it is time for prayer.
What is the Musallah?
The Muslim crier, or "muezzin" who calls people to praise Allah.
The individual prayer mat.
The women's gallery in the prayer hall.
The prayer hall, also known as the "musallah", is a large open space, where everyone sits on the floor.
Where do Muslim's practice Wudu?
Wudu is ritual washing which is practiced in the ablutions area.
Wudu is the formal actions of prayer practiced in the great hall.
Wudu is the ritual reading of the Quran, practiced at home.
Wudu is the ritual removal of shoes at the entrance of the compound.
What is the minaret?
The tallest part of the Mosque where the Muslim crier, or "muezzin", stands at the top of the minaret and calls the worshippers to prayer.
The tallest part of the Mosque where the signal bell stands and calls worshippers to prayer.
The smallest room in the Mosque where individuals can connect with Allah.
The musical instrument that calls individuals to prayer.
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