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SmartSolat – learn how to perform solat with Ustaz Don

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FSTM - KUISCELL - Creative Vault - MDEC

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  • SmartSolat is a multimedia guide book on how to perform Solat, the daily prayer for Muslims.
  • It has the pictures of how to perform each step of Solat.
  • The recitations Arabic are also provided for each of the steps.
  • Every page has the recitation in Arabic and the meanings in English, France and Malay.
  • SmartSolat also has the step-by-step guide to perform abulation (wudhu': method to cleanse ourselves before performing Solat).

Developers:
Developed with the funding from ICONDAP, MDeC by a team from Faculty of Information Science & Technology and KUISCELL Sdn Bhd.
  • Ustaz Don Daniyal Don Biyajid
  • Nur Muizz Mohamed Salleh
  • Hailrudin Jaafar
  • Khirulnizam Abd Rahman

 

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Guide to Perform Solat (Muslim Daily Prayer) performed by al-Ustaz Don Daniyal.
Our team in the Faculty of Information Science & Technology (FSTM, KUIS) has come-up with a multimedia apps on how to perform solat (Muslim daily prayer) – SmartSolat.
SmartSolat contains the step-by-step animated guide to perform Solat (the Muslim daily prayer). The Solat are performed five times a day including Subh (before sunrise), Zuhr (noon), Asr (afternoon before dawn), Maghrib (dawn) and Isha' (at night). Before performing Solat, Muslim will cleanse themselves by performing Wudhu'.
Language available: English, France & Malay
Label: Salah, Solat, Sembahyang, Wudhu

 

ANDROID VERSION

The Android version is available for download from the Google Play Store

bit.ly/smartsolat2



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