According to Islamaqa magazine, different religions have different practices around the world. With most places of worship, worshippers are always provided with benches or chairs, however, this is not the case in Mosques. Muslims, like other religions, has numerous rituals that they perform throughout a worship service.
The deputy president William Ruto has once again earned himself, more support and favour from many Kenyans. This is after he shared a post on Facebook distributing gifts to Muslim leaders for the vulnerable community in various Mosques in preparation for the celebration of the end of the holy month. In a post followed by series of Photos, the DP thanked the Muslim brothers and sisters for remarkable spiritual sacrifice they made by praying for Kenya amid this global pandemic. "On this last day in this year�
Christianity and Islam are two of the biggest religions in the world, even though they worship the same God, they have different beliefs about him.In some countries, there is a rivalry between this two religions, people like Pope Francis have been seen trying to breech that gap.
Photo: Courtesy Different religions have different practices around the world. In most places of worship, you always find benches or chairs for the worshippers but this is different for Mosques. Just like different religions, Muslims have different things that they carry out during a worship session.
"Do not come any closer. Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy ground." An image of Moses hiding his face from God's manifestation Photo courtesy: Bible Study Tools The above was a command given by God to Moses when He appeared to him in form of a burning bush as he grazed Jethro's flock in the wilderness near Mount Sinai in Exodus Chapter 3 verse 5. God was commanding Moses to take off his shoes while in His presence because to Him shoes are unclean and wouldn't be allowed any
Deputy President William Ruto has distributed gifts to muslim leaders for the vulnerable community in various Mosques in preparation for the celebration of the end of the fasting period at his karen office, Nairobi county. He thanked Muslim for praying for the Kenyans as the Covid-19 pandemic ravaged the country. Since the first case of corona virus was confirmed on Friday, May 20, many families have been left without food after their daily incomes were affected due to the curfew and partial lockdown. This
Idd-ul-fitr is the time for Muslims to celebrate their dedication throughout the 29-30 days of fasting during their holy month of Ramadhan and give thanks to God. On this special day, Muslims start their day of celebration eating dates and various kinds of foods before leaving their homes to take part in Idd prayers in Mosques. As announced by Chief Kadhi Ahmed Muhdhari, Muslims in Kenya Will celebrate Idd-ul-fitr on Sunday May 24th. In delivering the message, Sheik Muhdhar urged Muslims to mark Idd prayers
Dr. Ruto unrelenting Humanity far felt! William Ruto is well know for his philanthropic personality. He's ranked the top Government official in Africa in giving a helping hand to the society. He is a role model brand to other leaders. William Ruto has so far sent food relief to over 200,000 families in Kenya through his distribution partners; Churches, Mosques and his political friends with 40,000 of whom are the disables Community. The reach has been as near as Kibra in Nairobi and as far as Bondo in Kisu