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Business Listing   Islamic Center of Rialto - Rialto, CA - Phone: (909) 875-7456


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Helpful Definition for: Mosques

The place of worship of the followers of the Islamic religion is known as a 'mosque'. The Muslims gather in mosques to pray and participate in events of their community. Mosques in Rialto also serve as a place to exchange information among the people. The Imam leads the prayer in the mosques.

Mosques in Rialto have mihrab, which faces Mecca, and it is used to point the people towards Mecca while praying. Majority of the mosques in Rialto have detailed domes, towers known as minarets and prayer halls. The area for prayer for men and women are separate in the mosques. Mosques in Rialto can also be used for festivals and other social events.

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