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minbar

The pulpit in a mosque.
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The mihrab, minbar, walls, pillars, arches, doors and minaret were richly decorated with stuccos and glazed tiles, some from the famous Kashan Kilns in Iran as noted by Ibn Battuta," Dr Axelle Rougeulle informed.
The main sections of a mosque's interior are the Mihrab and Minbar. The Mihrab is a niche or recess that falls at the midpoint of the wall facing the Qibla.
(15) Ayman al-Zawahiri, al-Tabri'a, Minbar al-Tawhid waal-Jihad, available at www.tawhed.ws/a?a=3i806qpo.
Narrated by Kenneth Branagh, the film traces the history of the minbar of Saladin, a priceless work of Islamic art created over 800 years ago.
The first film directed by Ali Vazirian will be showcased at the 5th edition of Russian 2009 Golden Minbar International Muslim Film Festival in the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan to be held from Sep.
In the later 15th century, Ottoman woodworkers covered a 25-foot-tall wooden pulpit, known as a "minbar," with starbursts of geometric inlay that easily out-shout the few inscriptions carved in it.
A proximitUu[c] du mihrab (utilisUu[c] par l`imam pour diriger les priUuA res) se trouve le minbar, une sorte d`escabeau en bois de cUuA dre, d`une splendide sculpture, utilisUu[c] par l`imam pour les prUuo"ches.
It also reported that Israeli forces forced their way into the southern building, known as al-Qibli mosque, until they reached the Saladins Minbar (pulpit).
They then set the library and minbar on fire and fled the scene.
Manama, July 25th (BNA) --Interior Minister, Lieutenant General Shaikh Rashid Bin Abdullah Al Khalifa received in his Court at the ministry this morning, the Secretary General of Al Minbar National Islamic Society, MP Dr.
They include Minbar, mentioned above, which is an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood, and Al Asala, which is a harder-line "Salafist" political society.
His treatise can be accessed on Minbar al-Tawhid wa-al-Jihad at www.tawhed.ws/c?i=166.