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History of Islam: Religion, Customs, and daily life
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The holy city of Islam, located in Saudi Arabia; in the West. Prophet Muhammad was conceived here. A great trading city.
The founder of the Islam religion; to Muslims, he is the ultimate and final prophet.
The holy book of islam. Contains all of Muhammad's teachings and encounters with God's holy people.
Belief in a single God. Judaism, Catholocism, and Islam all share this same belief, the belief in one God.
The example that Muhammad set for Muslims about how to live., (Islam) the way of life prescribed as normative for Muslims on the basis of the teachings and practices of Muhammad and interpretations of the Koran
Five Pillars of Faith
Shahadah (profession of faith), salat (daily worship), zakat (almsgiving), siyam (fasting), and hajj (the pilgrimage to Makkah).
Centers of worship for Muslims.
the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, during which Muslims are required to fast.
Third Pillar: giving to those in need (usually a percentage of their wealth)
the obligation of Muslims to struggle or exert themselves "in the way of God ; doesn't necessarily refer to an armed struggle
Islamic code of law that includes rules for all aspects of life.
A messenger of God.
Jewish Bible, Old Testament in the Christian Bible
a cube shaped shrine; pilgrims go the Makkah and circle it 7 times as directed in the Qur'an
people who believe in many gods
Body or collection of Islamic law. It is based on the Qur'an and Sunnah and covers Muslims' duties toward God.
God of Islam
First Pillar of Faith: declaration of faith; people not only believe in one God but submission to Him. God is the center of life.
Second Pillar: daily ritual to prayer. People are called to prayer 5 times per day.
Fourth Pillar: fasting for an entire month during Ramadan
Fifth Pillar: pilgrimage to Makkah in the Islamic year's 12th month.
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