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What Is The 5 Pillars Of Islam?

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5 Pillars Of Islam
5 Pillars Of Islam

5 Pillars Of Islam

There are five pillars of Islam which are given below.

The profession of Faith (shahada).

 The belief that “There is no god but God, and Muhammad is the Messenger of God” is central to Islam. This phrase, written in Arabic, is often prominently featured in architecture and a range of objects, including the Qur’an, Islam’s holy book of divine revelations. One becomes a Muslim by reciting this phrase with conviction.

Prayer (salah)

prayer includes first of all recitation of the opening chapter called sura of the Quran, and in sometimes performed on a small rug used expressly for this purpose. Muslims pray namaz in mosques together and also can pray individually at any place. Where a leader in a prayer called (imam) guides the congregation.

Also, once a week, men together in a mosque for the noonday prayer on Friday called Jumma prayer: women are welcome but not obliged to participate in this prayer. After the prayer,  sermon focuses on a passage from the Quran, followed by prayers by imam and discussion of the particular religious topic.

Alms (Zakat). 

 By Islamic law and regulations, Muslims donate a fixed portion of their income amount to those community members who need it. Many rulers and financially wealthy Muslims build mosques, drinking fountains, hospitals, the different schools for education, and other institutions both as a religious duty and to secure the blessings associated with a charity.

Fasting (Sawn). 

There are twelve months in our Islamic calendar in which one of them in Ramadan.This month is considered a holy month in Islam. During the daylight hours of this month of Ramadan the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, all healthy adult Muslims are required to abstain from drink and food during a specific period.

Through this temporary deprivation, they renew their awareness of and gratitude for everything ALLAH has provided in their lives. Including the Quran, which was the first revealed during this holy month of Ramadan. During this month, Muslims share the hunger and thirst of needy as a reminder of religious duty to help those less fortunate.

.Pilgrimage (Hajj). 

Every whose health and finances permit it must make at least one visit to the holy city of Mecca. in the present day situated in Saudi Arabia.the shape of the Ka’ba, a cubical structure with covered in black color embroidered hangings, is at the center of the masjid e haram in Mecca city.

Muslims believe that it is the house of Abraham (prophet of ALLAH) built for ALLAH, and face in its direction (Qibla) when they pray. Since the time of Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAW), believers from all over the world have gathered around the Ka’ba ( House of ALLAH) in mecca between the eight and twelfth days of the final month called Zilhajj of the Islamic calendar.

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