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1 Five Pillars of Islam HUM130 June 4, 2011 Deborah George Five Pillars of Islam
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The five pillars of Islam are the foundation of the Muslim life. The Central beliefs of Islam are complete faith in the power of God. God and people are one and unified. An Islamic belief is that Islam includes all religions and honors all prophets. Muslims believe that God is all knowing and to know what God knows is to live in peace and happiness. Islamic people also believe in angels and saints. One Islamic belief is the last judgment, which is when all the people of the world will be judged and the world will end. These beliefs of Islam are reflected in the Five Pillars. The first pillar Shahada, is the practice of professing faith in the unity of one god and the prophet Muhammad which directly reflects the beliefs of Islam. The second pillar Salat, is a continual prayer session that happens daily. These prayer sessions illustrate the desire to learn the ways of God. The fourth pillar Saum, reflects the central beliefs of Islam because the
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2011 for the course HUM 130 taught by Professor Georgegreaves during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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