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Sunna
The guiding rules for Islam based on the way Muhammad lived his own life. Includes the 5 pillars of faith.Traditional Islamic law.
Koran
The sacred book of Islam belived to contain the revelations made to Muhammad by Allah.
Hajj
The "fifth Pillar of Faith"

The pilgrimage to Mecca: All muslims who can afford it must make the pilgrimage at least once. Before arriving, they must bathe, cut their hair and nails and take off any jewelry. White seamless garments are worn to symbolize a state of purity. It is a symbol of Muslim unity.
Shahada
The "first Pillar of Faith"

The profession of faith that expresses a Muslim's acceptance of Islam requires the repetition of the phrase:

"There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is his prophet."
Salat
The "second Pillar of Faith"

Muslims must pray five times a day following special rituals like: washing before praying, bowing and kneeling and facing Mecca during prayer. At noon on Fridays public prayer at a mosque is required.
Zakat
The "third Pillar of Faith"

Muslims are expected to show charity to the poor by giving alms and contributing to public charities.
Sawm
The "fourth Pillar of Faith"

A fast during Ramadan, the ninth month of the Muslim years is observed to bring muslims closer to Allah. No food or drink is allowed between sunrise and sunset during this time. Ramadan is belived to be the month in which Muhammad received his first message from Allah.