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Cultores homiliae ante preces ab hatib Murtaza Alidina in mescita urbis Dar es Salaam habitae auscultant (2008).

Hatib vel khatib (Arabice خطيب jaṭīb) in Islam est homo qui homiliam (juṭba) per preces diei Veneris (yumu‘a) et ullius eid habet,[1] precesque rituales ducere potest. Hatib generatim est imam loci, sed aliquando ambo munera a variis hominibus sustineri possunt. Ut homo hatib eligatur, non sunt exceptiones, praeter marem post pubertatem esse, et statum castitatis ritualis habere.

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NotaeRecensere

  1. Akhter 2009:19.

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