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A '''mosque''' is a [[Muslim]] house of worship, analogous to a Christian [[church]] or Jewish [[temple]], and will be found in any Muslim community around the world.
 
A '''mosque''' is a [[Muslim]] house of worship, analogous to a Christian [[church]] or Jewish [[temple]], and will be found in any Muslim community around the world.
  

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A mosque is a Muslim house of worship, analogous to a Christian church or Jewish temple, and will be found in any Muslim community around the world.

Almost all mosques include a minaret from which the imam, or priest, issues calls to worship. All mosques have markers inside them indicating the direction to Mecca, as Muslims pray facing Mecca.

Famous mosques

References

  1. Miller, Pamela. "Journey of a lifetime", Star Tribune, 2006-01-07, p. 12E. 
  2. Abu-Nasr, Donna. "Many Saudis criticize attack", Ventura County Star, 2004-12-09, p. 16. 
  3. "Arafat to be buried in soil from Islam's third holiest site", Associated Press, 2004-11-11.