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Minarets are symbols of Monotheism:

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    As Orientalists didn’t recognize domes to be symbols of Monotheism they claimed that minarets are; they thought that this high tower expanding toward heaven is an attempt to reach God up there. Beside all in souks mosques didn’t have minarets but only balconies for rising Azan.

    So minaret was the architectural solution for the acoustic problem of sound reaching all the attached houses in eastern cities where it used to get lost in the narrow roads, so the only solution was to reach them from up through the courtyards. All this explanations can’t stand against the basic knowledge of Islam where being proud toward God is forbidden, also not all mosques have one minaret and major mosques have many, so how could multi Minarets represent Monotheism in these cases? And finally minarets have been used in the Cathedral of Johan the Baptist (the same site of the Omayyad Mosque) before building the Mosque and they are the lower parts of the Mosque’s minarets also the bases of those towers were even more ancient and part of the Aramaic Temple of Hudod (as there is no Monotheism here)
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