Adhan

The adhān (أَذَان ʔaˈðaːn), (or azan as pronounced in Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, India, Iran, Malaysia, Pakistan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan, ezan in Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina), azon in Uzbekistan, and bang in Kurdistan , is the Islamic call to worship, recited by the muezzin at prescribed times of the day. The root of ...
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adhan

Muslim call to worship. It is broadcast by a muezzin (caller) from the minaret of a mosque at the five times of daily prayer, nowadays usually through a loudspeaker system. The adhan was given in a...
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adhan

Muslim call to worship. It is broadcast by a muezzin (caller) from the minaret of a mosque at the five times of daily prayer, nowadays usually through a loudspeaker system. The adhan was given in a dream to a companion of the prophet Muhammad. Muhammad asked that it be taught to a convert to Islam, an Abyssinian freed slave called Bilal, who was th...
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