Monday, December 31, 2018

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Masjid Zahir, Malaysia


Built in 1912 in the city of Alor Setar, capital of the Malaysian state, Kedah, the Zahir mosque has been voted among the top ten most beautiful mosques in the world. We just don’t know by who. Apparently, Kedah has a Quran reading competition every year, which is held in the mosque.

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Thursday, December 27, 2018

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Masjid Nusrat Djahan, Copenhagen


Muslims comprise about four percent of the Danish population, and numbers are on the rise. Built in 1967, The Nusrat Djahan, located on the outskirts of Copenhagen, is Denmark’s first mosque. This mosque is used by members of the Ahmadiyya faith, a branch of Islam, which perhaps accounts for why Denmark’s first real mosque was reported to have opened only earlier this year.

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Wednesday, December 19, 2018

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Masjid Sheikh Zayed Grand, Abu Dhabi


It’s not every day you find out where the world’s largest carpet is located. It’s here, in one of the largest mosques in the world that can accommodate more than 40,000 people. Unique lighting on the outside walls projects clouds and gets lighter and darker in relation to the phases of the moons. Why? Because the Islamic calendar is the lunar calendar.

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Thursday, December 13, 2018

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Masjid Suleymaniye, Istanbul


One of the perks of being the longest-reigning sultan in the Ottoman Empire is that you get to build mosques with your name on them. Suleiman The Magnificent, as he became known, must have skipped over the parts of the Quran that call for loving thy neighbor, as he spent the majority of the forty four years of his sultancy trying to wipe them off the map.

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Publisher: masjid kita - 6:41:00 PM