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  1. Islam A Mosque as a Place of worship for Muslims 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  2. Being a Muslim 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  3. 5 Pillars of Islam 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  4. Mosques in Wales 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  5. Mosques in Wales 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  6. Purpose Built Mosques 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  7. Recognising a mosque Muslims come to the mosque to worship and pray. The purpose built mosque has a dome and a minaret. Purpose built mosques are rare in Wales. 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  8. Dome The main feature of a purpose built mosque is the dome. The dome is placed above the prayer hall. The dome keeps the inside of the mosque cool in hot countries. It also helps to carry the voice of the Imam, religious teacher. 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  9. Minaret The minaret is a tower that is a part of the purpose built mosque. From this tower the call to prayer is made by the Muezzin. The Muezzin will walk around the balcony, calling people to come and pray. 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  10. Calligraphy & Islamic Art 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  11. Calligraphy This is the word Allah in Arabic calligraphy. 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  12. Crescent and Star • This is the symbol for Islam. • This symbol is often used on the flags of many Muslim countries 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  13. Flags Pakistan Algeria Iraq 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  14. Morocco Malaysia Jordan 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  15. Wrapping Paper / Cards 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

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  19. Visiting A Mosque 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  20. How you should dress in a mosque 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  21. Things you might see when entering a mosque 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  22. The Prayer Hall The most important room in the mosque is the Prayer Hall. The most important wall in the prayer hall is the Qiblah wall. Muslims face towards this wall when they worship and pray. They face towards the Ka’ba in Makkah. This is where they believe Allah was worshipped for the first time. 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  23. WHAT IS HAJJ What is Hajj? The annual pilgrimage to Makkah- the Hajj- is an obligation only for those who are physically and financially able to perform it. Nevertheless, about two million people go to Makkah each year from every corner of the globe providing a unique opportunity for those of different nations to meet one another. Although Makkah is always filled with visitors, the annual Hajj begins in the twelfth month of the Islamic year (which is lunar, not solar, so the Hajj and Ramadan fall sometimes in summer, sometimes in winter). Pilgrims wear special clothes: simple garments which strip away distinctions of class and culture, so that all stand equal before God. 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  24. Praying 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  25. Clocks In this country every mosque has a set of clocks, or a timetable, that shows the times of the five daily prayers 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  26. Prayer Times 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  27. Wudu Room • Every mosque has a Wudu Room. • Before their five daily prayers Muslims wash different parts of their bodies in preparation for worshipping Allah. 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  28. Wudu / Washing • Wash hands up to the wrists. • Wash mouth • Wash nostrils • Wash the face • Wash arms up to the elbow • Wipe head with wet fingers • Repeat from the back of the head to the forehead • Wash ears with fingers • Wash feet up to the ankles • Raise head upwards 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  29. Salah – PrayingThe purpose of Salah is :- *bring people closer to God / Allah *that the body and spirit worship Allah / God *to prevent them from doing wrong *to feel peace and tranquillity *to show that everyone is the same *to live in hope, faith and strength *to be thankful *to obey *to learn to be clean and to be on time *to discipline oneself *to remind them of Allah / God *to forget the problems of daily life and concentrate on Allah / God 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  30. Du’aPersonal Prayer Dear God. Help us all to be kind to the poor and homeless. Also help us to raise money for them. Please stop cruelty in this world. We can put a roof over their heads, and give them food, and clean water to drink if we are willing to share. Help us to be more caring. Amen. 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  31. Prayer Mat When a Muslim is not praying in a mosque he might use a prayer mat to pray on. This ensures the Muslim that he has a clean and special place to pray. He will pray facing towards the Ka’ba in Makkah 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  32. Islamic /Arabic Patterns Symmetry 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  33. Islamic / Arabic PatternsSymmetry 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

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  35. People who work in a Mosque 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  36. Imam Muezzin Teacher Caretaker Every Friday I lead the prayers in the mosque I call the Muslims to come and pray I teach the children in the school at the mosque I clean the mosque The People Who Work In the Mosque 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  37. Job Vacancy 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  38. The Mosque as a Community Centre 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  39. Meeting Place / Community Centre 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  40. During the 29/30 days of Ramadan all adult Muslims give up food or drink of any sort during the hours of daylight. When daylight is over the fast is broken with dates or water. If an adult can't fast for any reason, such as pregnancy, fasting can take place at a later date, or money can be given to the poor instead. Celebrations 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  41. Muslims do not just abstain from physical things during Ramadan, according to the religion, Muslims should try their best to avoid evil thoughts and deeds as well. The month of Ramadan ends by the festival of Eid ul-Fitr with visits to family and friends for celebratory meals. 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  42. Ramadan Cards 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth

  43. Eid Card 5T Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth