|Tap Mode and then High accuracy||Qiyam The term Qiyam-ul-layl, in the most literal sense, means to stand during the night|
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The Ayyubid mosque has a 15 metres 49 ft high that was built sometime before 1465 during the , maybe after the 1458 earthquake, and was renovated by Ottoman sultan r.30
|In the standard method which is used by Imamas Shafii, Hanbali, and Maliki the Asr prayer time starts when the shadow of an object is equivalent to its height, whereas in the Hanafi method the Asr prayer time starts when the shadow of an object is twice its height||Under "Advanced", tap Site Settings• For more information, read our on qiyam|
|5 degrees Africa, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Malaysia, Parts of the USA University Of Islamic Sciences, Karachi 18 degrees 18 degrees Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Afghanistan, Parts of Europe Umm Al-Qura 18||The two minarets were obviously designed as a pair, and it is interesting to notice that a line connecting the two minarets would intersect the door of the inside the church, while the minarets are equidistant to that door and their tops reach exactly the same elevation, despite starting at different ground levels|
Instead he prayed outside, on the steps east of the church.
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|The current mosque is located at a different site than the one where Omar is believed to have prayed and where the earlier mosque was located, since it stands to the south of the church rather than to the east of it||The two mosques flanking the Holy Sepulchre [ ] The , located on the other northern side of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, has an almost identical minaret, erected in 1418|
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