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Religion Project

Tea Heister

on 3 October 2012

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Transcript of Islam

“Do not laugh too much, for excessive laughter deadens the heart.” ISLAM Customs Every Muslim has to pray
daily in direction to the Mecca. Quran - this to them is like the bible to us. This is their great prophet of beliefs and everything that they should believe in - exact word of God "There is no god but God, Muhammad is the messenger of God." Muslims were not allowed to believe in any other god but their God. Giving to the people in need. During the month of Ramadan,
fast for self-purification. Go to the Mecca at least once in their life. Traditions Using the Right Hand for Eating & Drinking
--muslims left hand for dirty- right hand clean Pronouncing God's name
before eating or drinking Reciting 'Adhan' in the
Right Ear of a Newly Born Blessing After Sneezing Rituals After seven days the baby's head is shaved:
This is to show that the child is the servant of Allah pray several times a day attend mosque at least once a week give alms annually fast during Ramadan rubbing date juice
on a baby's gum Major Beliefs they believe in unseen immortal
creatures such as angels only believe in
one god, Allah, who
transmitted knowledge to Muhammad God created everything Muslims believe in Noah, Abraham,
Isaac, Ishmael, Jacob, Moses, David,
Jesus, and Muhammad Satan was also created to test mankind humans are responsible
to God for their actions. people are born free of sin Followers Arabian Peninsula in the year 622 CE Middle East, including Southwest Asia and North Africa Major groups of this religion Second fastest growing religion Leaders Founder:
Muhammad Moses Jesus Today in Society people distrust Islamic people People consider them threats F A C T S 9-11 attacks Osama Bin Laden The following English words are borrowed from Arabic: Algebra, Zero, Cotton, Sofa, Rice, Candy, Safron, Balcony. And even 'alchohol' derives from Arabic : al-kuhl meaning powder. These are just a few mentioned here. The Holy Quran has no flaws or contradictions. The original Arabic scriptures have never been changed or tampered with.(**obviously**) Islam is not a "race", it is a religion. Islam began with the first man,
Adam, when he submitted himself
to God Finding of Islam Islam was found on the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad as an expression of surrender to the will of Allah, the creator and sustainer of the world. Islam means Submission to
God or peace Muhammad Ali (born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr.; January 17, 1942) Original name. Changed it when he changed his religion. Important to Islam is the belief that Allah is the one and true God with no equal or partner. They are allowed one meal
before dawn call the Suhoor
and then they were not able
to eat again until sunset. That
meal was called Iftar. Quran By: Tea Heister and Kelly Parker شاي According to Muslims, the Angel Jibrail spoke with him in the cave of the Hira. Went back home and told his wife that he would start to preach what God has sent him to preach. He moved from the city Makkah to Medina. This move was called the Hijrah. Muhammad continued to preach in Makkah. Since his uncle Abu Lahab did not like this, he trained seven men to kill Muhammad in his sleep. الشاي هايستر THE END Did not succeed. Muhammad continued to preach his beliefs until he died because of a sickness. http://www.yursil.com/blog/2007/12/traditional-islamic-music-veysel-karani-ilahi-upstate-new-york-dergah/
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