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Book-Let's Solat-The Second Pillar


The He-Ping Chinese Muslim Society publishes.

It is a book that instructs new Muslims on how to properly pray (solat).
The second pillar of Islam is solat.
It is intended that this book will satisfy the demands of individuals who wish to learn more about Islam, as well as those who wish to learn or memorize certain prayers.

This book has a number of features, including: 

1. Bright illustrations 

2. For ease of reading, the various languages are presented in black, red, and green fonts. 

3. For convenience, each rakaat has coloured tags. 

4. The 13 pillars of prayer are used to number the Solat pillars. 

5. Arabic script with a romanized spelling transliteration 

6. Texts in Chinese and English.


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