Understanding Islam

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Understanding Islam
Darren Crowe
February 2, 2016
Sarah Mueller

Understanding Islam

Islam
Islam dates back into the 6th century AD, the religion of the Muslims and a monotheistic faith regarded as revealed through Muhammad as the Prophet of Allah. The word Islam means submission or surrender and Muslim means one who surrenders themselves to God. The Arabic word for god is "Allah" which has become a kind of name of God in Islam. The Mosque is most known place to worship in the Muslim community, the mosque always points toward Mecca at a sacred stone, but if Muslim is in Mecca they would face the sacred stoned named Ka’aba. This stone was believed to been built by Abraham. The five pillars, Quran, and the Ramadan will also be
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We found out to be Islamic and only worship one god. Muslims base their lives off of the Quran which is an Arabic bible, and the five basic Pillars of Islam. Muslims and all other genuine monotheists, in the event that they confer indecencies and transgressions and sell out the pragmatic part of the Divine project, are meriting long disciplines in barzakh and the Day of Judgment, and at times as a result of a few sins, as purposefully killing a blameless devotee, might stay in interminable discipline.
References
Ramadan. (2014). Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/islam/practices/ramadan_1.shtml
What is Islam? (n.d.). Retrieved from https://carm.org/what-is-islam
(2016). What is Ramadan? Retrieved from http://islam.about.com/od/ramadan/f/ramadanintro.htm

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