Does Muslim Prayer Come From Zoroastrianism?


A viewer asks, “Some people (among theme are some “Quranist” muslims) say that our 5 daily prayers are borrowed from zoroastrianism, because according to the claimants zoroastrians pray 5 daily “namaz” at the same time frames and according to them this is “too much coincidence”. How can we refute this strange theory?” Dr. Shabir Ally shares his answer.

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2 thoughts on “Does Muslim Prayer Come From Zoroastrianism?”

  1. In dire need of Allah’s (SWT) help, of course, one would put his head down on the ground. But there are no regular prayers mentioned in Quran.

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