Gooch, Brad
April 1995
New Republic;4/17/95, Vol. 212 Issue 16, p12
Describes the author's experience while attending a Jumu'ah, the weekly prayer service of the Muslim sabbath, at the New York Mosque of the Islamic Cultural Center. Design of the mosque; Description of the interior; Worshipers' removal of their shoes which they placed in racks at the rear of the building; Clothes worn by the worshipers; Rakatin or choreographed cycles of prayer; Khutbah or Friday address given by Muhammad Salem Agwa.


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