- ‘Their mosques are known as masjids and not by any other name like temple, church or synagogues.’
- ‘‘In this pilgrimage-based show, we feature old and historic temples, churches, gurdwaras and masjids,’ he says.’
- ‘I have grown up in a family that kneels in the church, bows its head at the masjid and folds its hands in prayer at the temple.’
- ‘They are allowed to eat also inside the masjid, but if it is not convenient, they may go outside and come back as soon as they finish.’
- ‘According to the Professor, there is no acceptable proof that the masjid had been built at the site of a Hindu temple.’
Arabic, place of worship or prostration in prayer, probably ultimately of Aramaic origin.
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