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Here is some information about the history of the pulpit ..
A mimbar (Arabic: منبر, also spelled pulpit or mimber) is a pulpit in a mosque
where the imam (prayer leader) stands to deliver sermons (khutbah خطبة) or Hussainia
in which the speakers sit and lecture the congregation.
mimbars usually more like pulpits in height and their structural function and
position more similar to the podium of one, stressed the relationship with the audience.
Mimbar usually shaped like a small tower with pointed roof and stairs leading to
it. Some believed that decorate it are part of the Sunnah, the Prophet Muhammad had
only opposite a platform with three steps. Mimbar is located on the right side of
the sanctuary, dedicated to showing the direction of prayer (ie towards Mecca). Mimbar
is also a symbol of authority.
In some mosques there platform (mahfili Adhan in Turkey) against the mimbar. That
is the place where the assistant imam, prayer, stood up during prayer. Azan read
the answer to the prayers the Imam.
Now the world's oldest Islamic pulpit to be maintained intact the Great Mosque
of Kairouan mimbar (the city of Kairouan in Tunisia). Dating from the 9th century
(about 862 AD), it is eleven step ladder, made of carved teak and carved. The assembly
consists of more than 300 parts finely chiselled, the Great Mosque of Kairouan minbar
considered a jewel of Islamic art of wood.