Five Pillars of Islam

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University OF Phoenix Axia College HUM130 Week 6 1 University of Phoenix Axia College Five Pillars of Islam HUM130 Week Six Assignment Reba Moran 03/18/11
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Reba Moran 3/18/2011
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University OF Phoenix Axia College HUM130 Week 6 3 Islam is a religion or way of life that believes in only one God. Islamic’s worship Allah and only him. This God they worship and believe in, in return supposed to help them construct a healthy and moral lifestyle. They feel there are four fundamentals of their religion: creation, judgment, guidance, and sustenance. These fundamentals of the Islam religion reflected on what they call the Five Pillars which includes: Shahadah, Salat, Zakat, Sawm, and Hajj. In order to fulfill Shahadah, Islamic’s only worship one God Allah. They Allah are the source of all things, and are where you are no matter what the situation is. This pillar of faith came from the “testimony of faith.” Faith is a powerful thing. Salat has to do with the prayer of this religion. Where you pray needs to be clean at all times. Salat is the pillar where you would pray five fixed times a day. Those fixed
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