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WORSHIP. The honor and homage rendered to the Creator.
     2. In the United States, this is free, every one being at liberty to worship God according to the dictates of his conscience. Vide Christianity; Religious test.

WORSHIP, Eng. law. A title or addition given to certain persons. 2 Inst. 666; Bac. Ab. Misnomer, A 2.

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She said the mystery worshippers had been non-churchgoers who normally worked as mystery shoppers in the commercial world, visiting shops, restaurants, football clubs and hairdressers to assess their services.
The Arg Mosque was filled with hundreds of worshippers, more crowded than usual because this is the Islamic month of Muharram, a holy period for Shiite Muslims.
Celebrity worshippers who monitor their idols' every move are harming their own mental health, research today reveals.
Ebrahim Abdul Baseer, another worshipper, said this is a big problem particularly in remote areas, where the imams feel they can get away with their laziness.
It is recalled that suspected hoodlums had attacked religious worshippers at Ibrahim Taiwo Isale area of the Ilorin metropolis on the eve of the New Year, where the property was destroyed and valuables were stolen.
Muslim worshippers perform the evening (Isha) prayers at the at the Grand Mosque in Makkah, Saudi Arabia.
About 400 worshippers were attending the Sunday service when two bombers stormed the church, triggering a gun-battle in which one assailant was killed by police and the other opened fire at worshippers and detonated his explosives' vest.
I rushed inside the mosque and saw all the worshippers covered in blood," Hussain Ali told AFP.
Abuja [Nigeria], August 6 ( ANI ):A gunman killed 12 worshippers and injured several in an early morning attack on Sunday at St.
ISRAEL'S prime minister has consulted with officials over security arrangements outside a major Jerusalem shrine that angered Muslim leaders, who have urged worshippers to gather there on Friday.
Jerusalem/PNN Dozens of Palestinians were injured late Tuesday night when Israeli police attacked Palestinian worshippers who were holding the night prayer outside Al-Aqsa Mosque at Lions' Gate (Bab al-Asbat) of Jerusalem's Old City, according toWAFA.
The complex was reopened gradually on Sunday afternoon for Muslim worshippers, visitors and tourists on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's orders.