Observe on history of Suleimani Mosques

A trained mullah will have studied Islamic traditions (Hadith), and Islamic law (Fiqh). Such figures often have memorized the Quran.
Tutors at Mosques had different level of knowledge

Shaho Othman Saeed Qadir

Each of teachers, religious men and Mullahs took essential roles in Mosques, which serves in different areas.

I can say that the roles of mosques during last century was not merely to Group prayer, Friday worships and worshiping purposes alone, lieu it, the Muslims were used Mosques for different aims such as used it for various types of social meetings and gatherings.

The Mosques despite place of worship has diverse roles like center of staying poor people, displaced and Immigrants inside. Those who were responsible in the mosques provided meals for them.

For those who stayed at mosques always help others and tried to solve their problem, meanwhile, they never became obstacle in front of others. That means this establishment has motivating characters in the history of our city in the eras of religions, intellectual, education, social and coexistence among city’s components for instance: Christians, Jews and Arminian.


Role of Mosques in education and learning

If we want to analysis the education and learning process, we cannot ignore significance of Mosques in spreading knowledge until fifty years ago. This is confirmed that Mosques were religious, educational, learning, and social establishment. Unfortunately compare to present, I can settle that the roles of Mosques due to conflicts among Islamic groups and Islamic political organizations has been decreased. Additionally, some religious men were taken crucial responsibility in the last century for behalf of increase significance of Mosques, but recently kinds of them are rare.

Tutors at Mosques had different level of knowledge, the Mullahs of Mosques were teaching others and had his Hujira (special room for teaching new comers by providing knowledge about Islamic rules and Sunnah). The Mullahs were absolutely aware of Islamic sciences and had ability to complete Faqe’s studying stages. The Mullah who has a ability to provide Mullah certification calls "Big Mullah”.

Moreover, a trained mullah will have studied Islamic traditions (Hadith), and Islamic law (Fiqh). Such figures often have memorized the Quran. Uneducated villagers may frequently classify a literate Muslim with a less than complete Islamic training as their "mullah" or religious cleric. Mullahs with varying levels of training lead prayers in mosques, deliver religious sermons, and perform religious ceremonies such as birth rites and funeral services. They also often teach in a type of Islamic school known as a Madrasah. Three kinds of knowledge are applied most frequently in interpreting Islamic texts (i.e. the Quran, Hadith,etc.) for matters of Shariah, i.e., Islamic law.

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