CheckPoint Five Pillars of Islam

CheckPoint Five Pillars of Islam - The central belief of...

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The central belief of the Islam is the existence of one God, who is omnipotent. Creation, guidance, judgment and sustenance is the four functions of the Allah (God). Prophets was sent to teach both nations and individuals by that God correct spiritual and moral behaviors so humans can be safe and that all the followers do the same. Their goals should be for the good of human kind and not themselves. The Belief in Allah (God) is the first pillar. The unity of the messengers of Muhammad and God is the strict belief of which Islam upholds and is the heart of their faith. God is the sole creator and savior of the universe in Islam. In the Islam faith there is only one God that can be worship and to teach others the present of God. The belief in prayer and the performance of a continual round of prayers five times a day is the second pillar of Islam. During these prayers they are facing Mecca and are kneeling and bowing reciting passages from the Qur'an. Kneeling and bowing is showing that they are
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