They are called the "Imam" of the mosque.
An Imam preaches Islam.
Before answering the question it should be borne in mind that keeping a beard is a symbol of a Muslim.The Holy Prophet (Saw) has said:"Oppose the Mushrikeens (poytheists), lengthen your beards and cut your moustache." (Bukhari p875 v2)Furthermore all the four Imams, Imam Shafee, Imam Ahmed, Imam Malik and Imam Abu Hanifah agree that the shaving of the beard is impermissible. (Wujub-Ifah-Liyah P19, 20)Therefore one should keep a beard and abstain from shaving the beard. Regarding your question if one does shave during the fast his fast will remain intact.- Darul Ifta Birmingham
rabbi, priest, Imam, mudarris, Ustaadh, Guru, Acharya
Rabbi, mohel, imam, and shaman.
Do you mean during a prayer? The man leading the prayer and reciting the Quran is the imam. He is the leader of the mosque, just as a rabbi leads a synagogue or a priest leads a church. If the imam is not present, the most knowledgeable of the Quran, chosen by the congregation, leads the prayer in his place.
Ignore them and do what is right. Make sure you know the difference between right and wrong. Also, when people are pressuring you, it is usually because they want you to do things their way. But their way may not be what is best for you. Talk to a neutral person (a priest, a rabbi, an imam, a counselor) and ask for an objective opinion. Consider what other people say, but in the end, the decision must be yours.
An Imam meaning " leader"
They figure out that reality goes best with a reality TV show so they talk to the atheists
Speak to someone at child protective services. Another option would be to speak with your priest, minister, imam or rabbi, or even a medical professional whom you trust.
A Muslim priest is known as an Imam. He is a religious leader who, unlike the Catholic priest, does not have to remain unmarried.ImamThe word "Imam" in Arabic means "leader". In common parlance in Arabia, an Imam is referred as any person who holds a leadership position. Thus an Imam could be anybody who leads the congregational prayers, or one who is the leader of a mosque or any other Islamic institution.
I listen to NPR quite regularly, and I have never heard a lesson, sermon, drosh, d'var, maimar, or homily from any pastor, priest, imam, or rabbi. So I guess you'd have to say that NPR is un-all-of-them.
both are basically one family there is no difference between hashmis or syeds