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Motlitba (Czech)

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Qibla Je povinností pro kohokoliv, kdo nabízí motlitbu - ať již Mustahab či povinnou - nabídnout ji směrem Qibly, což je čelem k Holy Ka'bah.Adhan Je doporučeno, pro muže i ženy, vyslovit Adhan před nabídnutím denní motlitby. Adhan se sestává z 18ti vět:Allahu Akbar (Allah je větší než lze popsat) čtyřikrát; Ash hadu an la ilaha illal lah dvakrát; Ash hadu anna Muhammadan Rasu lul lah dvakrát; Hayya'alas Salah dvakrát; Hayya'alal Falah dvakrát; Hayya'ala Khayril 'Amal dvakrát; Allahu Akbar dvakrát; La ilaha illal lah dvakrát.Iqamah Je doporučeno pro muže i ženu pronést Adhan před nabídnutím povinných motliteb. Iqamah se sestává ze 17ti vět:Allahu Akbar (Allah je větší než lze popsat) dvakrát; Ash hadu an la ilaha illal lah dvakrát; Ash hadu anna Muhammadan Rasu lul lah dvakrát; Hayya'alas Salah dvakrát; Hayya'alal Falah dvakrát; Hayya'ala Khayril 'Amal dvakrát; Qadqa matis Salah dvakrát; Allahu Akbar dvakrát;

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Prayer

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Qibla It is obligatory for one who is offering a prayer - be it Mustahab or obligatory - to offer in the direction of Qibla which is the Holy Ka'bah.Adhan It is highly recommended for a man and a woman to say Adhan before offering daily prayers. Adhan consists of the following 18 sentences:Allahu Akbar (Allah is greater than any description) four times; Ash hadu an la ilaha illal lah two times; Ash hadu anna Muhammadan Rasu lul lah two times; Hayya'alas Salah two times; Hayya'alal Falah two times; Hayya'ala Khayril 'Amal two times; Allahu Akbar two times; La ilaha illal lah two times.Iqamah It is highly recommended for a man and a woman to say Adhan before offering daily obligatory prayers. Iqamah consists of the following 17 sentences:Allahu Akbar (Allah is greater than any description) two times; Ash hadu an la ilaha illal lah two times; Ash hadu anna Muhammadan Rasu lul lah two times; Hayya'alas Salah two times;

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Imam Muhammad (al-Mahdi)

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Son of Imam Hassan (eleventh imam) The Twelfth ImamThe promised Mahdi, who is usually mentioned by his title of Imam-I 'Asr (the Imam of the "Period") and Sahib al-Zaman (the Lord of the Age), is the son of the eleventh Imam. His name is the same as that of the Holy Prophet (sawas). He was born in Samarrah in 256/868 and until 260/872 when his father was martyred, lived under his father's care and tutelage. He was hidden from public view and only a few of the elite among the Shia were able to meet him. After the martyrdom of his father he became Imam and by Divine Command went into occultation (ghaybat). Thereafter he appeared only to his deputies (na'ib) and even then only in exceptional circumstances.

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Imam Hasan (Askari)

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Son of Imam Ali (tenth imam) The Eleventh ImamImam Hasan ibn Ali 'Askari, the son of the tenth Imam, was born in 232/845 and according to some Shi'ite sources was poisoned and killed in 260/872 through the instigation of the Abbasid caliph Mu'tamid. The eleventh Imam gained the Imamate, after the death of his noble father, through Divine Command and through the decree of the previous Imams.During the seven years of his Imamate, due to untold restrictions placed upon him by the caliphate, he lived in hiding and dissimulation (taqiyah). He did not have any social contact with even the common people among the Shi'ite population. Only the elite of the Shia were able to see him. Even so, he spent most of his time in prison.

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Imam Ali (Naqi)

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Son of Imam Muhammad (ninth imam) The Tenth ImamImam Ali ibn Muhammad Naqi (sometimes referred to by the title of Hadi), was the son of the ninth Imam. He was born in 212/ 827 in Medina and according to Shi'ite accounts was martyred through poisoning by Mu'tazz the Abbasid caliph, in 254/868.

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Imam Muhammad (Taqi)

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Son of Imam Ali (eighth Imam) The Ninth ImamImam Muhammad (ibn Ali) Taqi (sometimes called Jawad and Ibn al-Rida) was the son of the eighth Imam. He was born in 196/809 in Medina and according to Shi'ite traditions was martyred in 220/835, poisoned by his wife, the daughter of Ma'mun, at the instigation of the Abbasid caliph Mu'tasim. He was buried next to his grandfather, the seventh Imam, in Kazimayn. He became Imam after the death of his father through Divine Command and by the decree of his forefathers.

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