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Ethics in Islam are mainly focused on your relationship with God.
Ethics and morality are able to be applied to a very large amount of things, from social, to international, to more.
The basic belief of Islam is oneness, that there is only one creator and divine ruler.
The reward and main goal of Islam is to reach paradise, and everlasting life in death
The penalty for not following Islam is death
To qualify for Islam you must say prayers proclaiming Allah as the only god, and Muhammad, Allah's prophet. You must also take a shower to cleanse yourself of your past life
There is lastly the five pillars of islam, Sawm, Zakat, Hajj, Salat, Shahadah. Which will be described more in Worship.
*Political Impact: Islam changed the religious beliefs of the Arabian Peninsula. It was predominantly polytheistic prior to Islam's. Islam united the tribes under one religious banner. When Mohammed died in 632 AD, there was a dispute among who should be chosen as the new caliph.
*These two divisions of Islam were called Shia and Sunni Muslims. Sunni Muslims believed that the next caliph and political leader did not need to be related to Mohammed. Shia Muslims believe that the caliph should be related to Mohammed by blood
*Today's political impacts: The religion of Islam has often been given negative attention due to recent religious fanatics and jihads who claim they are warriors of Allah. Islam is a religion of peace that as simply been misunderstood.
The Religion of Islam
By: Dominic, Cooper, Monty, and Steven
All Moral Beliefs are based off the teachings of the prophet Muhammad and the holy book, the Qur'an.
10 Moral Commandments: Worship only God, Be kind, honorable, and humble to one’s parents, Don’t be small and frugal or wasteful with spending, Do not engage in Mercy Killing because someone is suffering from starvation, Do not commit adultery, Do not kill unjustly, Care for orphaned children, Keep one’s promises, Be honest and fair in one’s interactions, Do not be arrogant in one’s claims or beliefs. These commandments are found in the holy book the Qur’an
Beliefs and Ethics
*The Islamic symbol is a crescent moon with a star to its right.
*It was taken from the flag of the Ottoman empire. Many muslims reject this flag because of its violent history. (Crusades, Siege of Byzantium).
*The Crescent Moon and Star goes back to before the founding of Islam and Christianity. It was the symbol of the city of Byzantium
*Islamic Calligraphy or Arabesque Calligraphy is often found in mosques and Islamic writings
*There are five obligatory prayers in a day. Call to prayer is done by a muezzin from a tower called a minaret.
*Muslims always face Mecca during prayer
*Important season of Ramadan. A time of worship fasting and prayer.
*Five Pillars of Islam 1) Pilgrimage to holy city of Mecca
2) Fasting during holy time of Ramadan 3) Charity to the poor 4) Ritual prayer 5) Witnessing of the Faith
*"Allahu Akbar" and "I bear witness that there is no god but God and Muhammad is his prophet."
*The Holy Qur'an and mosque is the center of Islamic Religious Life.
Symbols of Islam
Publisher: The Economist Newspaper
Date Published: May 28, 2013
Article Title: Morality and Ethics in Islam
Website Title: 877 WHYISLAM RSS
Date Accessed: October 5, 2014
Electronically Published No Author
Foundation of Islam
Muhammad was a young orphaned boy from Mecca and when he grew older was visited by the angel Gabriel and received a revelation from God.
Muhammad was said to have been the last and greatest prophet of Allah. The other included Abraham, Moses, and *JESUS.
Muhammad after receiving his orders from God set out to spread the word
He ran into lots of hostility from regional Arabian tribes who did not want to convert or listen to him. He gained more sympathy when he and his followers moved to Mecca.