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.

2 comments

  • this is like EGG CHICKEN QUIZ. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO GET OUT OF IT.

    IF ONE IS COWED , YOU SAY “I SEE THE MOON”

  • 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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