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Julia, Ally, Zack, and Max: Islam Project
Transcript of Julia, Ally, Zack, and Max: Islam Project
According to the religion of Islam, Allah is the only god and Muhammad is his messenger. It all started in 622 C.E.
5 prayers must be done at these times of day:
Must Bathe before praying and use a prayer rug.
Every Friday, Muslims head to a Mosque that can look sort of like this one in Medina, Saudi Arabia.
This is the Ka'aba in Mecca, Saudi Arabia which Muslims have to visit at least once in their lifetime.
During the holy month of Ramadan, It is not allowed to eat or drink from dawn to dusk.
The end of the Ramadan holiday is called as Eid Mubarak.
This pillar represents the pilgrimage to Mecca. They must visit the Ka'aba, as shown above.
As you see, there is no picture or painting of Allah or Muhammad because the muslims believe that it is disgraceful to their religion to have one.
Fun Fact: Zakat means both "purification" and "growth."
Muslims give thanks in the way of Almsgiving.
During Almsgiving, Muslims donate donations.
At the end of Almsgiving it turns out to be that 2.5% of the Muslims income is given away for charitable donations.
Ever heard of Thanksgiving? Muslims have a sort of similar way of it.
Muslims in the World
Muslims are mainly found in South Asia, North Africa, and Indonesia.
There are about 1.57 billion Muslims in the world's population.
With 1.57 billion followers it makes Islam the 2nd largest religion in the world.
(Written in all Arabic)
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December 11, 2013