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    Religion and Beliefs All Saudis are Muslim. Islam based on five fundamentals: 1- The Tow Testimonies: I confess that there is just Allah and confess that MUHAMMAD is his prophet. 2- prayers: five prayers per day, tow prayers during day before sunrise and after, tow prayers after sunset, and one prayer in the middle day in limited time. All Muslims: men, women, kids at age 7to 10 start praying. There are terms and basis for prayer. The most important is Muslim should clean hand face and feet…

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    Muhammad believed himself to be god’s final prophet,There was only one god that people believed he was called Allah.The religion Muhammad created was called Islam but the people who followed were called Muslims.All Muslims were expected to pray on a yearly tax, That is mostly to help the needy and poor. These graceful act were called The Five Pillars of Islam, A sort of law that all Muslims must follow.During the month of Ramadan, Muslims must not eat , smoke or drink alcohol and cannot have any…

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    past grievance and aggression on both sides. The 1920 treaty of Sevres is a possible starting point and should be leveraged to justify the premise of a Kurdish State. Another area of compromise and common ground to negotiate from is the religion of Islam that is shared amongst all parties. The U.S. should also demand that the KRG denounce all acts of violence committed by extreme elements of their nationalist movement against our NATO ally Turkey. Of all the countries opposed to the Kurdish…

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    The development and practices of Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity and Islam have one purpose, and that Is, to find the God within oneself. They all believe in 'good people' and 'bad people' and that being 'good' will benefit either oneself and/or the outer community Islam and Christianity, were both formed from Judaism. This research paper will explain how each of these religions have teachings common to the earliest of the group such as Hinduism, as well as other comparisons that they…

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    Islam is considered a way of life. It is the guidance for all mankind from Allah., the Creator of the Universe. It also cover all the things people behave and does in their lifetime. Islam tells the people the purpose of the people creation , final destiny and place among the society. Islam creature. It shows the best way to conduct the people private and public affairs in terms of political, economic, social, spiritual activities. Islam is an Arab word meaning the submission and obedience. The…

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    In the mosque I attended, after prayer time, the Imam spoke about Prophet Mohammed’s journey during Miraj. Tina Sherwell explains Lailat al Miraj as “the night that Allah took Muhammad on a journey from Mecca to Jerusalem, where he ascended to heaven” (12). This story the Imam spoke about, which is also written in the Quran, reveals the mythic dimension of Islam through literature. Moreover, Ninian Smart explained that myths do not only communicate sacred stories…

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    A Muslim, sometimes spelled Moslem, relates to a person who follows the religion of Islam, a monotheistic Abrahamic religion based on the Quran. Muslims consider the Quran to be the verbatim word of God as revealed to the Islamic prophet Muhammad. Like Christianity, Islam teaches that there is one God in the universe, giving Muslims a monotheistic worldview. And Muslims believe that Muhammad was a prophet and Christians don't. Both faiths also believe in an afterlife, although the makeup of…

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    Islam is a monotheistic religion practiced by Muslims. Islam is similar to Christianity in that they both believe in a God except in Islam He is referred to as Allah. One difference between the two religions is that both Christians and Muslims both believe in Jesus, but Christians see him as the Son of God and therefore worship him as if he was a god. Christians also believe God has three different personas; “God, who exists in three distinct persons (The Trinity): Father, Son and Holy Spirit…

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    The Islamic religion began in 610 AD. It is one of the first religions to believe in one god, also known as a monotheistic religion. This religion teaches that prophet Muhammad was called upon by God. The Angel Gabriel came to him bearing a message from Allah; the message read was, “There is one God Allah, and Muhammad is his prophet.” In Mecca, where Muhammad was born, this was not a popular idea because people living there believed in multiple gods, also known as a polytheistic religion.…

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    Hajj literally means ‘heading to a place’. In Islamic terminology, however, it refers to the annual obligatory pilgrimage that Muslims make to Mecca with the intention of performing certain religious rites in accordance with the method prescribed by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) [1]. In essence, Hajj is man's evolution toward Allah. It is a social worship which creates a relation between God and His creatures and has different effects on the Islamic society. The performance of Hajj simultaneously…

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