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Indonesia’s Oldest Mosques

Indonesia’s Oldest Mosques

Indonesia’s Oldest Mosques

SEAToday.com, Jakarta - As a country with the largest Muslim population, Indonesia has hundreds of years of history of Islamic development. One of the historical e...

Jakarta Islamic Center: A Symbol of Successful Transformation fro...

SEAToday.com, Jakarta - In North Jakarta, there is a magnificent mosque building known as the Jakarta Islamic Center (JIC) Mosque. Located on Kramat Jaya Raya Street, K...

The Story of Nabawi Mosque, The Prophet’s Mosque

SEAToday.com, Medina - Nabawi Mosque located in Medina, Saudi Arabia, was built by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) himself in 622 AD, after his hijra from Mecca. As of now,...

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The Story of Nabawi Mosque, The Prophet’s Mosque

SEAToday.com, Medina - Nabawi Mosque located in Medina, Saudi Arabia, was built by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) himself in 622 AD, after his hijra from Mecca. As of now,...

Cut Meutia Mosque, Dutch Building Functioning as Mosque

SEAToday.com, Jakarta - One of the historical mosques in Jakarta is the Cut Meutia Mosque. Located at Cut Meutia Street, Central Jakarta, this mosque is a historical he...

Unique Ramadan Traditions from Around the World

SEAToday.com, Jakarta-Marhaban ya Ramadan, the holy month of forgiveness. During the holy month of Ramadan, all Muslims around the world are fasting, and competing to d...

Cities with Longest Fasting Hours

SEAToday.com, Jakarta - SEAtizens, we will soon begin the preparation for the holy month of Ramadan. This year, Ramadan is expected to begin around the middle of M...

Iftar Rules in Public Transportation

SEAToday.com, Jakarta - During Ramadan, public transportation users sometimes have to break their fast (Iftar) while still on the move.