sajdah

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Secde, Müslümanların kıbleleri olan Kabeye (Mekke) yönelerek, genellikle günlük 5 defa kılmakta oldukları namaz içerisinde, ayak parmak uçları, diz, avuç içi ve alınlarını yere koyarak Allah'a karşısında saygı ve tazim ifade eden fiilleri
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The sujud or sajdah is an Arabic word given to mean a prostration to God in the direction of the Ka'aba at Makkah which is usually done during the daily prayers (Salah). While in sujud, a Muslim is to praise Allah and glorify him. The position involves having the forehead, nose, hands, knees and toes all touching the sajada (prayer mat) or floor
The Sajdah or sujud is an Arabic word given to mean a prostration to God in the direction of the Ka'aba at Makkah which is usually done during the daily prayers (Salah). While in sujud, a Muslim is to praise Allah and glorify him. The position involves having the forehead, nose, hands, knees and toes all touching the sajada (prayer mat) or floor
sajdah