ムソラとマスジド         ~Musholla/Masjid~


[صحيح] – [رواه ابن ماجه] とあります。












The Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, said: “Whoever builds a mosque sincerely for the sake of Allah, even if it is as small as a bird’s nest, Allah will build a house for him in Paradise as a reward for his actions.

‎[صحيح] – [رواه ابن ماجه]

The Hadith emphasizes the immense reward and virtue of constructing, supporting, donating and helping in all means that are halal to construct a masjid with sincerity and solely for the sake of pleasing Allah. It highlights that even a small and humble like bird’s nest, Allah will reward you with a magnificent palace in Paradise as a recompense for the believer’s noble deed.

A Muslim said to the masjid administrator, “This is not a Masjid, This is a Mushora, because there is no imam resident here.

There is no Imam resident here and it is not recognized as a Masjid.

The reason is that the Imam is not stationed here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In that masjid, there are also daily prayers: jumu’ah, iftar, Tarawih and Eid.

the specific meaning for masjid is a place purposely built for prayers to be held at all times. A masjid is a place specifically built for prayer. It can be built by stone, mud, or cement. Even if the place is designated to be a masjid and it isn’t complete, but intended to be a masjid then it’s a masjid.

The musalla on the other hand is a place that a person conducts his prayers at sometimes. This place isn’t considered a masjid. He only prays there when the prayer comes in (and he can’t make it to the masjid).

For example, if you are traveling and there is no masjid nearby and you pray in a corner of a restaurant.

If you performed Fajir prayer in your bedroom at home.

It does not matter whether there is an imam resident in the masjid at all times, or whether the building is magnificent or not.

Let’s go back to the starting point.
Let’s share the joy of having a place of prayer for Allah.

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