Salah

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Sa·lah

(sah'lah),
M., 20th-century Egyptian surgeon. See: Salah sternal puncture needle.
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Santamaguluru PS sub-inspector, Sivanagaraju said, "This happened when the children were returning home after offering morning namaz. On their way back, they started playing around a flag pole of a political party and there was an electric pole next to it which they had hit with an iron rod.
After Jumma Namaz, special prayers of the integrity, solidarity, progress and prosperity as well as peace and tranquility were also offered by the worshipers.
"It is often seen that Muslim employees of your companies gather in large number in the park despite being advised against doing so and despite the city magistrate denying their request for permission to use it for offering namaz." It went on to say that "Therefore, it is expected of you to inform your Muslim employees at your level and if they still assemble at the park, then it would be considered that you have not informed them and held as the responsibility of the individual company,"
In the case, a Supreme Court bench held that a mosque was not an "essential part of the practice of the religion of Islam" and that namaz could be offered anywhere..."
Permission to perform namaz at Agra s Taj Mahal should be withdrawn.'
On June 13, a group of 20- 25 unidentified persons arrived at the Khirki Masjid and on the pretext of seeing it started offering namaz .
The media is requested to use mosque, if it is referred to as the place for Namaz, regardless of namizis (Shia or Sunni).
"Otherwise wazu (ablution before offering namaz) shall not be valid and when wazu is not right then namaz shall also not be valid," the seminary said.
Kamran Lankarani of Namaz University and the accompanying delegation the required steps to launch the project of liver transplant in Syria such as the medical equipment, surgery rooms and medical cadres.
The namaz [prayer] will be performed on the old square outside Bishkek tomorrow from 8.00 to 11.00 am on occasion of Eid al-Adha, Mufti of Kyrgyzstan Chubak ajy Jalilov told AKIpress.Eid al-Adha is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide to commemorate the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son Isma'il as an act of obedience to God, before God intervened to provide him with a ram to sacrifice instead.
"I think, God willing, the sales of burqas will decrease, then I will sell chador namaz and even maybe mantau chalvar," Yusefy said, standing behind the counter of his small outlet on a strip of burqa shops in the main market of Herat city.