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Team Islam

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Islam by Anna Burton,
Kristyn Helmick,
and Zane Schulberg Data Central Beliefs Profession of Faith There is no god other than Allah and the prophet who delivered the message of Allah is Muhammad. Proclaimed Prayer: Allah is most great.
I testify that there is no God but Allah.
I testify that Muhammad is the prophet of Allah.
Come to prayer.
Come to salvation.
Allah is most great.
There is no God but Allah. Diffusion Cultural Interaction Islamic Ecology Diffusion of Islam. N.d. An Introduction to Human Geography - A Cultural Landscape.Web. 7 Feb 2013. Prayer Muslims must pray five times a day: prior to sunrise, just after noon, later in the afternoon, directly before sunset, and after dark. They must be facing Mecca in prayer. Tithing Every muslim must pay an annual tax known as a zakat to the state government. Fasting During the month of Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn till dusk as an act of self-purification. Children, pregnant women, and the sick are exempt from Ramadan due to their special circumstances. Pilgrimage If physically and financially able, Muslims should make the sacred pilgrimage to the city of Mecca known as the Hajj. It is believed that this pilgrimage will cleanse a Muslim of all of their sins. 1.3 billion people 20% of the world's population Islam is rapidly. How to Become a follower of Islam A ceremony can be held in private or in the presence of others. You must say the “Shahada” - the testimony of faith. I testify “La ilah illa Allah, Muhammad rasoolu Allah.” Translation: “I testify that there is no true god but God (Allah), and that Muhammad is a Messenger (Prophet) of God.” practice Islam practices Islam It is the 2nd largest world religion. or GROWING Modern Distribution of World Religions. 2012. Map CollectionWeb. 11 Feb 2013. World Religions by percentage (2007 est.). N.d. Age of the SageWeb. 11 Feb 2013. Thokder, Arindam. Inside the Mosque. 2006. TrekEarthWeb. 11 Feb 2013. -Allah is the only god. -Muslims must worship Allah and live a moral lifestyle that will lead to Paradise. -It is a universalizing religion. Muslims believe that all of Allah's children should worship him and one day return to him if they live righteously. FIVE PILLARS OF ISLAM Night Prayer During Ramadan. 2010. Islam 360Web. 11 Feb 2013. Islamic pupil wins case to pray at German school. 2009. TopNews.inWeb. 11 Feb 2013. A Muslim should give generously to charity in order to purify themselves and grow. Saudi Arabian Currency. N.d. Dagger John's Coin & CurrencyWeb. 12 Feb 2013. Adil, Shakil. Ramadan 2012 Pictures and Images from All Over World. 2012. Associated Press, Karachi. Web. 12 Feb 2013. Mochammad, Irzan. Mecca. 2006. Flickr, Mecca. Web. 12 Feb 2013. Arabian Peninsula Islam originated in the in the 6th century. hierarchal expansion diffusion Islam spread by from the Prophet Muhammad & Muslim armies. Palestine, the Persian Empire, & India N Africa, SW Europe, and SW Asia, subsaharan Africa, SE Asia relocation diffusion It spread by from missionaries and Muslim armies. contagious diffusion Islam then spread by through Arab traders. Indonesia Middle East Now it is dominant in the and prevalent in SE Asia & S Asia. growing Islam is in Muslim countries due to high birth rates. Islamic Landscape Saudi Arabia modestly Women must dress by wearing a hajib or burqa to cover themselves. 5 Most Beautiful Red Hijab Styles for Muslim Girls/Women. 2012. Muslim PhotosWeb. 12 Feb 2013. In many places businesses close for prayer five times a day. Men and women are separated and placed into gender roles even though they are "equal". Islamic Prayer: Maghrib. 2012. Loveshav.comWeb. 12 Feb 2013. humans to be thecaretakers Muslims believe that Allah created of the world. necessary for survival. Humans can explore the resources They should not abuse the land though. 2011. Back to ShoreWeb. 12 Feb 2013. mosques Muslims build for prayer and community gatherings. minaret area for prayer community areas Al-Azhar Mosque Omalley, David W. Al-Azhar Mosque from above. 2009. Panoramio, Cairo. Web. 12 Feb 2013. cemeteries & tombs Muslims bury their dead in that are specifically Islamic. Muslim cemetery in Bohoniki, Poland. 2009. Flickr, Bohoniki. Web. 12 Feb 2013. Ka'ba in Mecca The holiest Islamic site is the and thousands of Muslims make a pilgrimage to it each year. Brown, Robert W. Islamic Pilgrims Circle the Ka'ba. 2009. The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Bohoniki. Web. 12 Feb 2013.
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