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Salat al-Tarawih

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    Salat al-Tarawih

    Recommended (but not obligatory) prayers performed in the month of fasting, Ramadan. Usually twenty or more cycles (rakah), done preferably in a group setting. Done anytime after the night prayer (salat al-isha) and before dawn. Performing these prayers is often taken as an indication of piety.

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