Namaz timetable for Cairo
If you want to perform prayers at the right time, this page will help you with that. You will find out when it is the appropriate Salah time in Cairo , Egypt — you can check prayer times for your coordinates (30.0444202423096, 31.2357120513916) while on the go. The exact times are calculated basing in the position of the Sun in the sky. You can easily change your location using the search bar above.
Prayer Times in Cairo, Egypt for June 2023
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|02||3:10 am||4:54 am||11:53 am||3:29 pm||6:52 pm||8:24 pm|
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|04||3:10 am||4:54 am||11:53 am||3:29 pm||6:53 pm||8:25 pm|
|05||3:09 am||4:54 am||11:54 am||3:29 pm||6:53 pm||8:26 pm|
|06||3:09 am||4:54 am||11:54 am||3:30 pm||6:54 pm||8:26 pm|
|07||3:09 am||4:53 am||11:54 am||3:30 pm||6:54 pm||8:27 pm|
|08||3:08 am||4:53 am||11:54 am||3:30 pm||6:55 pm||8:28 pm|
|09||3:08 am||4:53 am||11:54 am||3:30 pm||6:55 pm||8:28 pm|
|10||3:08 am||4:53 am||11:54 am||3:30 pm||6:56 pm||8:29 pm|
|11||3:08 am||4:53 am||11:55 am||3:30 pm||6:56 pm||8:29 pm|
|12||3:08 am||4:53 am||11:55 am||3:31 pm||6:57 pm||8:30 pm|
|13||3:08 am||4:53 am||11:55 am||3:31 pm||6:57 pm||8:30 pm|
|14||3:08 am||4:53 am||11:55 am||3:31 pm||6:57 pm||8:31 pm|
|15||3:08 am||4:53 am||11:55 am||3:31 pm||6:58 pm||8:31 pm|
|16||3:08 am||4:54 am||11:56 am||3:31 pm||6:58 pm||8:31 pm|
|17||3:08 am||4:54 am||11:56 am||3:31 pm||6:58 pm||8:32 pm|
|18||3:08 am||4:54 am||11:56 am||3:32 pm||6:59 pm||8:32 pm|
|19||3:08 am||4:54 am||11:56 am||3:32 pm||6:59 pm||8:32 pm|
|20||3:08 am||4:54 am||11:57 am||3:32 pm||6:59 pm||8:33 pm|
|21||3:08 am||4:54 am||11:57 am||3:32 pm||6:59 pm||8:33 pm|
|22||3:08 am||4:55 am||11:57 am||3:33 pm||6:59 pm||8:33 pm|
|23||3:09 am||4:55 am||11:57 am||3:33 pm||7:00 pm||8:33 pm|
|24||3:09 am||4:55 am||11:57 am||3:33 pm||7:00 pm||8:33 pm|
|25||3:09 am||4:55 am||11:58 am||3:33 pm||7:00 pm||8:33 pm|
|26||3:10 am||4:56 am||11:58 am||3:33 pm||7:00 pm||8:34 pm|
|27||3:10 am||4:56 am||11:58 am||3:34 pm||7:00 pm||8:34 pm|
|28||3:10 am||4:56 am||11:58 am||3:34 pm||7:00 pm||8:34 pm|
|29||3:11 am||4:57 am||11:58 am||3:34 pm||7:00 pm||8:34 pm|
|30||3:11 am||4:57 am||11:59 am||3:34 pm||7:00 pm||8:34 pm|
Prayer Times, Namaz, and Muslims in Cairo, Egypt
Islam is the predominant religion in Egypt and is practiced by the majority of the population. Cairo, being the capital city of Egypt, has a large and diverse Muslim community. Islamic prayer times, also known as Salah or Namaz, play a significant role in the daily life of Muslims in Cairo.
The five daily prayers, Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha, are mandatory for all Muslims. The timings of these prayers vary throughout the year and are based on the position of the sun. In Cairo, prayer times are announced through the call to prayer, also known as Adhan. It is a melodious call that is heard from the mosques five times a day. The Adhan is usually performed by a muezzin who climbs to the top of the mosque’s minaret to recite the call.
Muslims in Cairo follow the Sunni and Shia schools of thought, and their prayer rituals may differ slightly. However, the basic structure of the prayer remains the same. It involves standing, bowing, prostrating, and sitting in a specified order while reciting verses from the Holy Quran.
Apart from the five daily prayers, Muslims in Cairo also observe Jummah or Friday prayer. This is a congregational prayer that is mandatory for all adult males. The Friday prayer is held in the afternoon and is led by an Imam. It is an important day for Muslims as it provides an opportunity to connect with the community and strengthen their faith.
Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is another significant period for Muslims in Cairo. It is a month of fasting, prayer, and reflection. Muslims are required to abstain from food, drink, and other worldly pleasures from dawn to dusk. The fast is broken at sunset with an iftar, which is a meal shared with family and friends. The month of Ramadan culminates with Eid al-Fitr, a festival that marks the end of the fast.
In Cairo, there are numerous mosques that cater to the needs of the Muslim community. The most famous of these is the Al-Azhar Mosque, which is also one of the oldest universities in the world. It is a center of Islamic learning and attracts students from all over the world.
Overall, Islamic prayer times, Namaz, and Muslims in Cairo play a significant role in shaping the city’s cultural and social fabric. The daily prayers bring a sense of discipline and structure to the lives of Muslims, while the community gatherings provide an opportunity for social interaction and spiritual growth.