The house of the mosque dutch het huis van de moskee is a dutch language novel by iranian writer kader abdolah published in 2005the english language translation of the house of the mosque was published in january 2010. The extraordinary characters belong to the family who owns the house of the mosque ie the building where this small town people meet for their prayers and where the family itself lives together with the imam of the mosque. In the house of the mosque the family of aqa jaan has lived for eight centuries now it is occupied by three cousins aqa jaan a merchant and head of the citys bazaar alsaberi the imam of the mosque and aqa shoja the mosques muezzin. The house of the mosque unfolds in senejan a traditional carpet weaving town that has affinities with abdolahs home town sultanabad or arak the hereditary owners of the towns congregational . The house of the mosque is a very large house with 35 rooms and a wealthy and influential extended family live there 3 cousins and their families they are the family who serve the mosque as imams and religious leaders
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