[ tˈazɪjˌe͡ɪ], [ tˈazɪjˌeɪ], [ t_ˈa_z_ɪ_j_ˌeɪ]
How to use "Ta'ziyeh" in context?
In Islam, the Ta'ziyeh (Arabic: Ã˜ÂªÃ˜Â¹Ã˜Â¸Ã™Å Ã™â€¦Ã¢â‚¬Å½) is a ritual ablution or cleansing before prayer. Ta'ziyehs are also performed on various other occasions as part of Islamic ceremonies. The ritual, called taharah in Arabic, is outlined in the Quran and supplemented by Hadith teachings.
A ta'ziyeh is the most important of the five Fundamental Prayers and each person must perform it at least once in their lifetime.
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