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Islam by Ethan, Michael, Jesse, and Lauren
Transcript of Islam by Ethan, Michael, Jesse, and Lauren
started this religion
When did this religion start?
This religion started in 610 A.D.
There are over one billion followers in this religion.
Muslims,(the followers of Islam,) believe in God(Allah,) the Angels, holy books, the prophets sent by God(Allah), the day of judgment, and the divine decree.
He is the God worshiped by
Muslims, Jews, and Christians.
Islam is practiced almost everywhere in the world! But the top three places it is practiced are Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Indonesia.
The different shades of green represent where Islam is practiced.
The Holy Book
The Muslims call the book Qur'an. The Qur'an has chapters called surah.
The 5 pillars
The Shahadah (the declaration of faith)
The Salat (ritual prayer)
The Zakah (alms tax)
The Sawm (fasting)
The Hajj (pilgrimage)
Confession of faith.
The Shahada is the first pillar out of the 5 pillars of the Islam religion.
There is no true god (deity) but God (Allah), and Muhammad is the Messenger (Prophet) of God.
A prayer performed 5 times a day.
Times prayers are practiced
Dawn, noon, mid-afternoon, sunset, and nightfall or bedtime.
These prayers are an act of remembering their one and only God (Allah).
Muslims are required to donate money to charity and give 2.5% of their income.
If one does not have much money, they can donate in other acts; it does not have to be donating their money.
When muslims pray in a mosque, the imam (leader) tells them what postures to do, and recitations.
The swam is the 4th pillar of the islam culture.
The swam is the pillar of fasting. Muslims go the whole day without eating or drinking.
They can finally eat at sunset.
2-3 million people are able to make it to the Hajj each year. The Hajj is located in Saudi Arabia. Muslims circle the black stone (Kaaba) 7 times, and kiss it once.
Why do Muslims go to the Hajj?
Muslims go to the Hajj to feel like one with the community.
While and after Muslims visit the Hajj, they wear white.
This is a mosque. Muslims go here to pray. This is a mosque in Maple, Ontario in Canada.
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