Philly’s Muslim cabbies’ ingenuity and community build a mosque at the airport 

The words of the adhan, the Islamic call to prayer, are identical wherever it is sung, in every country where Muslims worship. “Hayya ‘alas salah” is sung around the globe five times a day, including outside a construction trailer parked in a remote lot at Philadelphia International Airport by a city taxi driver, Sylla Salif. “Hayya ‘alas salah.” “Come to prayer. Come to prayer.” As Salif sang recently, men washed their hands in streams of water from spigots, as is the Muslim custom to prepare for prayer

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