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The Qibla (Arabic: قبلة , "direction"), also transliterated as Qiblah, Qibleh, Kiblah, Kıble or Kibla, is the direction that should be faced when a Muslim ...

A Muslim must pray facing Mecca, and to pray with their back to ...

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A Muslim must pray facing Mecca, and to pray with their back to Mecca would ... When Muslims face toward Mecca to pray, how accurate does the direction need  ...

One Direction, One people, One God - The Religion of Islam

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Dec 14, 2009 ... Why do Muslims face the direction of Mecca when they pray? ... The first Muslims prayed towards the al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. Around sixteen ... Your comment will be reviewed and should be published within 24 hours.

How do Muslims know which way to face when praying?

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Oct 13, 2000 ... Since I live in Alabama and don't come in contact with that many Muslims, I thought I'd just ask you. When Muslims must face Mecca and pray, ...

How many times a day do Muslims face Mecca to pray to Allah ...

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Muslims face Mecca to pray five times a day. ... of the Five Pillars of Islam, a list of commandments that observant Muslims must perform during their lifetimes.

Dwindling In Unbelief: Surah 2:139-158 -- Changing holy directions ...

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Aug 16, 2010 ... It is also the direction that the faces of dead Muslims point towards, and ... the Kaaba is the direction that all Muslims pray toward five times day, and .... partially the point of the hajj istelf---that it does not matter the color of your ...

Why Must The Muslims Pray Towards The East? - Islam for Muslims ...

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Make your Qibla (prayer direction) face the direction of the Ka'bah ... There must be logical reason why muslims must pray towards the east.

Question 7: Why To Face The Qibla In Prayers? | Philosophy of ...

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Question: Why it is necessary to stand towards Qibla while praying, while Allah ... that for the perfection of this worship, he should take as much benefit as possible. ... The turning of the Muslims of the world towards this holy center five times a ...

Why do Muslims face east in their prayers? - Muslim Debate Initiative

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Feb 3, 2014 ... So why do Muslims pray east and towards the kaaba? ... So why does God command the Muslims to all face towards the kaaba when praying?

Is the qiblah of the Muslims when they pray always towards the East ...

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May 21, 2008 ... Please why do Muslims face the east in prayers.please your answer with ... and He does not forbid them to do anything but that which is harmful ...

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Why do Muslims pray facing west? Wouldn't they circle the earth and ...

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Muslims don't pray facing west, Muslim prayer rugs are pointed towards ... When Muslims face toward Mecca to pray, how accurate does the direction need to be ...

Muslims must face to pray - Answers.com

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mecca ... What direction do Muslims in Australia face when they pray? They face towards ... In Islamic prayers Muslim must face Al- ka'aba in the city of Mecca.

Qiblah Old and New - Quran-Islam.org - True Islam

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QIBLAH : OLD & NEW. The word Qiblah is understood by Muslims to mean the direction one should face when observing the prayer. And in a more general ...