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Transcript: and his story His wife is called hannah. She made a vow to dedicate her unborn child to serve God, unfortunately for her, only men could serve in the temples and she had a daughter. Later on God inspired her to fulfill her vow rather than agree to the customs. when the angel appeared to her she was in the temple, he brought her news that she will be blessed with a son (with no father), that son is Jesus Christ Imran is a priest for children of israel who served God in the temple. He lived in Bayt ul maqdis. He was patient, loving, righteous The wife of imran he prayed to Allah for a righteous offspring even though his wife was old and barren, the angel told him that he will be blessed with a son. He was confused as to how he would be able to have a son even though him and his wife are too old. sign that hes going to have a son 1) wont be able to talk for 3 days 2)he will have to use sign language 3) He will praise Allah Yahiya's character is described as chaste, noble, wise, obedient, kind. Prophet Yahiya Jesus and his Miracles the temple's guardians all wanted to have the honor of taking care of imrans daughter, (Mariam) they had a draw with pens to decide who would have this honor. Prophet Zakkariya won, every time he visited or went to check on mariam he found fruits that were out of the season, this inspired him to ask God for a son that can continue to pass messages from Allah . Prophet Zakkariya SURAT IMRAN jesus' miracles as mentioned in surat al imran: -created birds out of clay -cured people with serious diseases -talked as an infant -gives life to dead -tells people about what they hide - His birth it self was a miracle. IMRAN In The Temple Mariams Son


Transcript: Agenda Islamic faith is mostly practiced in Central Asia Before they Pray Mini Quiz Eid al-fitr prayers are known as Salat Prayer's are performed in open areas like fields Eid prayers consists of only two units of prayer including six incantations followed by the sermon and the asking God for forgiveness, mercy, peace, and blessings for all living beings around the world It is a celebration of the accomplishment of Ramadan In Ramadan they fast, pray and increase taqwe Eid is the Arabic word for celebration Fitr is the Arabic word for feast From Anas, When the Prophet arrived in Madinah, he found people celebrating two specific days in which they used to entertain themselves with recreation and merriment. He asked them about the nature of these festivities at which they replied that these days were occasions of fun and recreation. At this, the Prophet remarked that the Almighty has fixed two days of festivity instead of these for you which are better than these: Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha Eid al-Fitr – They pray to their God, Allah. – They clean their teeth. – They take a shower. – They put on new, or their best, clothes, and perfume. – They say a special Eid prayer. – They have a small breakfast, often with date fruit. – They go to the mosque for special morning prayers. – They greet family and friends, and share a meal together Why What 1. Eid Ul-Fitr lasts... a) 1-3 days b) 4-6 days c) 7-9 days d) 1-5 days 2. The Eid ul-fitr was originated by ? a) Abu Baker b) Anas c) Mohammed d) Ahadith 3. Where are Muslim prayers performed? a) In offices b) Open areas c) Dome of the rock d) None of the above History It is forbidden to fast They're encouraged to forgive and forget any differences As a act of charity, money is paid to the poor and the needy before performing the ‘Eid prayer Before prayer,Muslims perform a ritual, called “Wudu” After prayer you are to go celebrate with family Gifts known as Eidi, are given to children and close relatives held on the first day of the 10th month of the Islamic year lasts 1-3 day 4. Marks the end of Ramadan? a) True b) False 5. The date of Eid Al-Fitr is known long in advance, as the position of the moon is charted? a) False b) True 6. Muslims fast on the Eid al Fitr? a) True b) False marks a period of spiritual and moral renewal for Muslims (similar to our reconciliation) celebrated with great joy through family gatherings, giving gifts, and in giving donations to the poor. Who & Where All around the world Musilum practice this celebration History Religious significance Prayer and Rituals The 5 W's Video Note Mini Quiz Carly Seltzer ,Sarah Schell, Cole Bergeron, Xavier Regimbald One of two main Islamic celebration are: Eid al-a and Eid al-fitr A.K.A celebration of feasts originated after "flight of Muhammad from Mecca" celebration of the accomplishment of Ramadan, peace and forgiveness a period of spiritual and moral enlightenment Eid prayers are called Salats and done in open areas Pray to Allah asking for forgiveness, peace, mercy and a blessing for all It's forbidden to fast as a act of charity Pillar 3 "Zalat" is very important usually celebrated for 1 to 3 days When Ramadan ends Class Note Prayers & Rituals August 2012 19 Religious Significance Video One of two main Islamic celebrations In the past, Muslims knew when to celebrate by the lunar calendar originated after the "flight of Muhammad from Mecca"

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Dalton's Islamic Powerpoint

Transcript: The fifth pillar of Islam is The pillar of Haji you must make a pilgrimage to Mecca if you economically can't but if you can't it is acceptible. The Sunnah is the book of Muhammad's quotes and way of life. The mosque is a place where muslims pray to Allah. Allah is there one and only god. The Qur'an is the holy book of Islam. It is the teachings of Muhammad and the Message of Gabriel. It is only "real" if it is in Arabic. The Hijara was the time when Muhammad fled to Medina because he was kicked out of Mecca. The Kaaba is a large square in front of the Great Mosque and is believed to ne made during the time of Adam and Eve. Dalton's Islam Powerpoint Muhammad and his followers were later kicked out of Mecca when the guards could no longer stand his preaching but Muhammad was welcomed in Medina where he would gather an army and take back Mecca. He turned the Kaaba, a rock believed to be built during the time of Adam and Eve was then used for worshipping Allah and no other god. Muhammad was praying in the mountains when he encountered the Angel Gabriel in a vision. He was told to read the first lines of chapter 96 in the Qur'an and recite it. Muhammad recited this message to anyone who would listen. Muhammad did this because his wife said it was a message from god. The second Pillar of Islam Is the pillar of Salat which is the ritual of praying five times a day. The Five Pillars of Islam The life of Muhammad was a filled with death while he was young. When he was 4, he watched his mother die. He was later adopted by his uncle a trader was wealthy and died two years after adopting Muhammad. The first pillar of Islam is the Shadaha. This pillar says that there is only one god and Mohammed is god's messenger. One of the main reasons Islam spread so quickly was that they allowed you to keep your religion as long as you pay a special tax which also helped with Islam's funding. They also were very strong fighters and had that advantage. The Islamic religion has many relations to the Jewish religion and the Christian religion like coming from Abraham and their one holy book. There are two main types of Muslims in the nowaday world that origin from shortly after Muhammad's death. The Sunni clan believed in Elected Leaders, but the Shi'ite clan believe in Hereditary leaders. Muhammad died 2 years after the claiming of Mecca. The month of Ramadan is the Ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is the month where the Qu'ran was revealed. Muhammad was adopted by another man who luckily didn't die while being Muhammad's family. Muhammad became a trader and went to marry his cousin in-law and was rejected but Muhammad later was doing an errand for a woman. He came back and she proposed to him, they were married and had children. The fourth pillar of Islam is the pillar of Sawm which is where fasting and self-control are prioritised during the month of Ramadan The third pillar of Islam is the pillar of Sakat giving 2.5% of your money to the poor and needy.

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