What role does the mosque play in Islam's social structure?

Professor Haris did a good job of explaining the mosque's social significance in Islam. "The one who reached first stays in front, and the one who reached later stays behind," he added, "when we walk to the mosque during Namaz. Everyone stands together to offer Namaz. There are various tiny, large, and wealthy things in here. There's no difference in treatment between Black, White, and Poor. Shoulders and feet together, everyone forms a line. The namaz is conducted by an Imam. Everyone goes with him."

He went on, "Attempts have been undertaken at many levels to bring Islam's community together. First, in the nearby mosque, men were instructed to perform five Namazes. Then on Fridays of every week, everyone got together in a large location. people congregate and perform the Namaz. Then, during Eid and Bakrid, once or twice a year, everyone in the city gathers in one location to perform Namaz. people now congregate in Mecca-Medina from all over the world if they are wealthy. They unite. There is an exception for a patient who is unable to stand and move."

This has to do with equality. In addition, frequent attendance at the mosque facilitates social interaction. Thus, one learns about their state of wellbeing. people ask for someone's well-being and discuss about them when they are not present at the mosque.

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