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Published by Brill in Leiden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mosques.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [ix]-x.

    SeriesIconography of religions., Section 22: Islam. Fasc. 2., His Muslim religious architecture, pt. 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA4610 .K83 pt. 1, NA4670 .K83 pt. 1
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 31, 44 p.
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5230289M
    ISBN 109004038132
    LC Control Number75300255


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A mosque (/ m ɒ s k /; from Arabic: مَسْجِد ‎, romanized: masjid, pronounced ; literally "glorious") is a place of worship for Muslims. Any act of worship that follows the Islamic rules of prayer can be said to create a mosque, whether or not it takes place in a special building.

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The Church in the Shadow of the Mosque is the first book-length discussion in English of the cultural and intellectual life of such Christians indigenous to the Islamic world.

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History. The Great Mosque of Samarra was, for a time, the largest mosque in the world; its minaret, the Malwiya Tower, is a spiralling cone 52 metres ( ft) high and 33 metres ( ft) wide with a spiral ramp.

The reign of al-Mutawakkil had a great effect on the appearance of the city, for he seemed to have been a lover of architecture, and the one responsible for building the great Mosque Affiliation: Islam.

Read this book on Questia. Amid so much twenty-first-century talk of a "Christian-Muslim divide"--and the attendant controversy in some Western countries over policies toward minority Muslim communities--a historical fact has gone unnoticed: for more than four hundred years beginning in the mid-seventh century, some 50 percent of the world's Christians lived mosque and its early development.

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A scholarly milestone. Women in the Mosque is a comprehensive, categorical treatment of the question of women's mosque access in Islamic law and history.

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The Church in the Shadow of the Mosque is the first book-length discussion in English of the cultural and intellectual life of such Christians indigenous to the Islamic world.

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The capacity of the Al Haram Mosque is said to be increased to up to 4, people during the Hajj. The Al Nabawi Mosque is also called the "Prophet's Mosque." The Prophet Muhammad actually worked on the construction of the original mosque. The word "mosque" is the English translation of the Arabic "al-masjid", which means "place for.

The question regarding whether mosque is integral to Islam had come up as part of the long-pending Ayodhya land title case and dates back to when the Supreme Court had stated that “a mosque is not an essential part of the practice of the religion of Islam and namaz (prayer) by Muslims can be offered anywhere, even in open”.

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by D. Kuban (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Author: D. Kuban. mosque for a sustainable reform effort. Keywords: Mosque, khutba, imam, congregation, socio-economic developments.

Introduction Despite the significant role of mosques around the world in the development of Islamic civilization, there has been limited studies focusing on the mosque’s impact on socio-economic context.

After the September Two classic examples of early mosques in the western Islamic world of interest are preserved in Tunisia and Spain. In Kairouan the Great Mosque was built in stages between and Its most striking feature is the formal emphasis on the building’s T-like axis punctuated by two domes, one of which hovers over the earliest preserved ensemble of mihrab, minbar, and maqṣūrah.

InJafar founded Kudus Mosque and fastened the rock in its mihrab, a niche in the mosque wall facing Mecca. The mosque contains, in its eastern wall, the mihrab, an ornamented niche that points toward Mecca and toward Allah.

According to the book, the area of this mosque is 30x15 feet and its mihrab and musalla are still intact.This article is an excerpt from the author's recent book "Islamic Architecture: Its Philosophy, Spiritual Significance and Some Early Developments" Dr.

Spahic Omer, a Bosnian currently residing in Malaysia, is an Associate Professor at the Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design, International Islamic University Malaysia.The data used in this study consists of plan layouts derived from a book titled ‘The Mosque in Early Ottoman Architecture’ by Aptullah Kuran ().

This book records the inventory of plans, sections and photos about Turkish mosques built during Early Ottoman period. This study is to elicit an argument with reference from the.