How Do Muslims Worship God?

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Muslims worship their God (Allah) in a number of different ways. They offer Salat, which is the formal prayer offered at intervals during the day and night and attend the mosque for such though women have the option of praying at the masjid or at home. They also recite the Fatihah, which is the first chapter of the Holy Qur'an, and any other verses in the Qur'an, chosen by the worshipper.
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