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Islamic Tools and Libraries (ITL)

Shared library/tools for hijri calendar, prayer times, and qibla.

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The Islamic Tools and Libraries (ITL) is a project to provide a plethora of useful Islamic tools and applications as well as a comprehensive feature-full Islam-centric library. The ITL project currently includes Hijri date, Muslim prayer times, and Qibla.

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Religion

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2011-11-09

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