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Running head: The Five Pillars of Islam 1 The Five Pillars of Islam Belinda Surratt HUM/130 July 22, 2011 Susan J. Johnson
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THE FIVE PILLARS OF ISLAM 2 The Five Pillars of Islam The Prophet Muhammad, who is also referred to as the “seal of prophets” shared his revelations in the form of the Quran, which is the Muslims Holy book. In the scriptures of the Quran is where you will find the central beliefs of Islam and the meanings behind them. It is within those meanings that the foundation of the Five Pillars can be revealed. “A Muslim must do his or her best to fulfill the Five Pillars because they are considered God’s commandments”. (Fisher, 2005) The first pillar in the Five Pillars is, “Belief and witness”. This pillar stresses the need to believe that “There is no god but God, and Muhammad is the Messenger of God.” (Fisher, 2005) The importance of having faith in and declaring these two things to be facts is the foundation of the first pillar. The second pillar is, “Daily prayers, which entails continued prayers throughout the day.
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