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Today I bring you an interesting story of a Muslim man who was captured on a camera, performing sadat on a cow.
This man who was described as a fulani herdsman and an Islamic worshipper did not get any bare ground without grasses to be used for prayers when it was time for him to pray, as we know how they uses their heads on the floor and standing as prayers are performed.
He did not have any opinion that to use the back of his cow as the praying place. He climbed and used the back of the cow for prayers whiles the cow stands still facing the East.
He has shown a sign of seriousness in his worship of his creator. Don not let any situation block you from your planned decisions. I hope we learn something from this article.
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