What is the role of the muezzin?
MUEZZIN, noun. masc. Muslim civil servant attached to a mosque, whose principal function the call of the faithful to prayer, five times a day, from the top of the minaret.
On the other hand, despite a growing number of mosques being built in France, people of the Muslim faith are often faced with a lack of appropriate places of worship. Regularly, the possibility of transforming churches into mosques is mentioned.
It is at the center of Muslim life, serving as a place of reception, prayer, meeting and work for public writers. b. A place of education and reflection The mosque also serves as a place of education.
The mosque, a place of worship. The mosque is the place of worship for Muslims. The call of the muezzin invites the faithful to come and pray there five times a day.
The Fatih Camii mosque in Amsterdam was still called Saint Ignatius Church in 1997. A synagogue in The Hague has been transformed into an Al Aqsa mosque. St. Jacob’s Church, one of the oldest in Utrecht, has been transformed into a luxury residence. In Maastricht, a library has replaced the old Dominican church.