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minbar

The pulpit in a mosque.
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On the later appropriation of small-deeds liberalism by Russian Muslim reformists, see Ross, "From the Minbar," 191, 234-40, 257.
L'Imam Mimoun Karray, qui avait ete designe par le ministere des Affaires religieuses, a ete encore une fois empechepar les partisans de l'Imam limoge Ridha Jaouadi de monter sur le minbar pour prononcer le preche du Vendredi .
Over the 16th and 17th centuries, mihrabs, minbar, and a preaching stand were added to the structure, and the Aya Sofya today is a mixture of Byzantine glittering mosaics and inscriptions from the Koran in Arabic.
The historic minbar (pulpit) Salahuddin was reduced to ashes; indeed, the whole mosque would have been destroyed if it wasn't for the Muslim and Christian Palestinians who went to Jerusalem from all over the
With qibla, mihrab, minbar and prayer carpet facing Mecca and with the active involvement of leaders of the Venice's Muslim population, which has been growing for many years, it breaks down barriers and compels visitors to question pre-conceptions.
Inside, the walls were made from glass, the mosaic tiles are also glass and gold in colour, and its minbar was made from the same marble as the mosque's external dome, with wooden decorations, mosaic tiles and a copper crescent.
And last night at the Friday Mosque the judge stood to deliver a lecture from the minbar (pulpit)" (Aufi, 1: 151).
Esta idea la podemos confirmar con lo que nos dice del minbar (65) de la Kutubiyya y su simil de Cordoba:
Some of the soldiers then proceeded to walk around into the mosque, in the area where the mihrab and minbar [pulpit] are located, in their army boots.
MIDDLE Eastern film Stairway to Heaven: Rebuilding the Minbar of Saladin will be screened later this month in the beautiful setting of La Fontaine Centre of Contemporary Arts.
The mosque was built with only one dome on its roof, which now lies above the Minbar and Mihrab (the north-western side of the mosque).
Two Sunni societies are considered Islamist: Minbar (Arabic for "platform"), which is an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood, and Al Asala, which is a harder-line "Salafist" political society.