Why is Qom important to Muslims?
It should first be noted that Qom is really only important to Shiite Muslims. Sunnis are not interested in the city.
Qom is a holy site in Shiite Islam since it has the Shrine of Fatimah bint Musa al-Kadhim. She was the sister of one of the Twelve Shiite Infallible Imams, specifically Imam Reza who lived from 789-816 C.E. Since that time the city has become the largest center for Shiite scholarship in the world, and is a significant destination of pilgrimage. In more recent history, Ayatollah Khomeini, the leader of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, was educated and led his movement against the Shah (prior to exile) from the city of Qom.
the city of Qom nowadays counted as important religious center for scientific investigation and also there are many great Shia scholars who have courses there and educated many pupils.
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Mecca is the birth place of Muhammed, the founder of the religion islam. It is also the religious place where the kaabar is. Muslims make a pilgrimage (or Hajj) to Mecca at least once in their life.
because it is their holy book like the bible is to Christians, sentfrom Allah :) Quran is the only Holy text in the whole human history that haveremained unchanged after the prophet of Islam. we all know thatthere are several versions of the Torah ( The holy book of the jews) and Bible ( the holy bo…ok of the christians ) that they differ insome parts. please pay attention that by several versions I don'tmean translations because Quran is translated is many languages aswell; but if you purchase a new bible and compare it with an oldone published somewhere else you will find the context different tosome extend. but about Quran this fact has never happened. In Addition to that, Quran is filled with the rules and principlesthat a Muslim is ought to follow and obey. There fore this factmakes Quran very important to any muslim that tends to be a trueMuslim by submitting to the commands of the God. Since we Muslimsbelieve that Quran is the words of Allah himself, it extensivelyadd to it's importance. (MORE)
Safa and Marwa is important to Muslims because.... It is part of their religion, which they believe in, because its true and because it is where special people in the Islam history have been told to go to. Even today people still do because they have been told to follow the very important people in… the past but the Muslims always know the special people ( the prophets) are still there watching. (MORE)
Allah Almighty sent about 1,24,000 Prophets (May peace be upon themall) for the guidance of humans to the right path. The Muslimsbelieve in all these holy Prophets, Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) being thelast of them. Most of the Prophes were born, and are buried inPalestine. Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) started h…is heavenly journey fromMasjid-i-Aqsa situated in Jerusalem. The Muslims consider this landvery sacred, thought, it is also considered sacred by the Jews andthe Christians. (MORE)
Mecca to Muslims is a very impotant religious place. They think that the best thing in life is to reach Mecca and pray to there God. To them Mecca is the holiest place some one could be in the whole world. One thing a Muslim must try to complete once in there lifetime, is to go to Mecca!!!!!!!!!!!!!… (MORE)
Sawm or fasting is that Muslims are obliged to abstain from all food, drink, use of tobacco, and conjugal relations over the period from dawn through sunset. However, that is the physical component of the fasting; the spiritual aspects and importance of fasting (or Sawm) include: * Refraining from… gossiping, lying, slandering and all traits of bad character. * A fasting person's aim is to attain purity of thought and action. * The act of fasting redirects the hearts away from worldly mundane activities, towards Allah - the Lord of the Heavens and the Earth. * Sawm or fasting during the month of Ramadan is usually accompanied by prayer, recitation of the Qur'an, doing Zikr, endurance and self-discipline. * Sawm is a good occasion of training - training the soul and body- to be able to exercise self-restraint. * Fasting helps to overcome bad habits either gradually for some of us or immediately for those with a stronger will power. Fasting has the following benefits that: * Showing obedience to ALLAH (God) and tendency to be closer to Allah (God in English) mercy and forgiveness. * Gaining spiritual self purification and full submission to ALLAH (God). * Gaining motivation not to approach what is prohibited to be done by religion. If you are used, during fasting, to forbid yourself from eating food, drinking, doing sex with your partner of marriage (things that are allowed out of fasting) then you will be used to forbid yourself from doing what is prohibited to be done as drinking Alcohol, gambling, prostitution, cheating, etc... . (MORE)
Muslims are important because they Play important roles in the exspansion of the muslim empire
It was important to the Muslims because 732AD was the year of the battle of the tours.
Answer 1 Muslims believe Jesus was a messenger and prophet of God. Jesus plays no role whatsoever in Judaism. Answer 2 muslims believe that there is only one religion in the world fromAdam till last prophet(khatam). they called it the islam but in theduration of time the god or Allah send more …messenger to mankind.according to Quran some prophet i.e noah.ibrahim. moses.jesuschrist and the last mesenger muhammad have different shariahaccording to place and time. even though the jews believe that the messiah come to them asaccording prediction ot their messengers.but they do not recongnizethe jesus christ as the messiah they wait for him. (MORE)
Charity, Zakat is one of the 5 pillars of faith. Giving 2.5% of annual earnings to the needy purifies a Muslims wealth and protects him from greed.
Muhammad (Peace Be Upon him) is Important because he is the last Messenger of Allah (God). Muhammad (Peace Be Upon him) is termed as Allah's beloved in the Holy Quran. he is the last prophet and the seal of all the prophets. No prophet will come after him in this world. Muslims are termed as t…he Ummati (people/followers) of Muhammad (Peace Be Upon him) (MORE)
There are many things important too Muslims. All of them are listed in the Holy Quraan. Like Allah ( the only God ), Our " My " Prophet Muhammad ( pbuh ), The Holy Book Quraan ( most valuable book in the world ), and many more.
Year 622 AD is the year of prophet Muhammad (PBUH) immigration (or Hijra) from Mecca to Yathrib (later called Medina) per God command to him and upon God information to him that the Meccas unbelievers planned to assassinate him. This year marked the start of the Islamic Hijra Lunar Calendar year.
Because it shows the unity of Muslims. It is said in one of the hadiths that if one part of the body is in pain the whole body is in pain.. which is what the Muslim ummah is, so if Muslims are dieing then the whole of the Muslim community feels the pain. 'Treat your brother the way you would like …to be treated' . Ummah is important to Muslims because it shows unity regardless of your skin colour background etc.. (MORE)
Life after death should be important for everyone, because everyone will be accountable at Judgment Day. I his or her deeds are good, he or she will go to heaven otherwise hell. Moreover, it is also important because in Islam, life after death is the real life. This life is a test for the hereaft…er. Almighty Allah says many times in Qur'an that we should worry about the next life and prepare for it and keep doing good deeds. (MORE)
it goes back to when they were out in the desert riding camels and living in tents and thot about the stars in the heavens a lot; and wondering what was the reason for them being so poor
Without Risalah Muslims would not know how to act. Risalah is the idea that God reveals Divine Books to people through acts of prophecy. Without the idea of Risalah, the Torah, Psalms, Gospels, and the Qur'an could not have been revealed to mankind. This would make Islam impossible since nearly eve…ry major Islamic belief is derived from a revelation in one of these four books, especially the Qur'an. (MORE)
Almadina (or Medina) is important for Muslims mainly for: . Al-Madina (or Medina) is the second holiest Islamic city (after Makkah or Mecca). . It is the first city of the Islamic state. Islam spread allover the world started from Medina. . In addition, the second most important mosque is in Me…dina (AlMasjid AlNabawy) . prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and the next two Caliphs (AbouBakr and Omar) are buried there . it contains a lot of special cultural landmarks that are important to muslims. Mohammed (pbuh) is buried there. "Madina" is actually "Medinat al-Nabi," the City of the Prophet. (MORE)
Well its Hajj that's basically the center of Muslims where the Ka'ba is situated. All the mosques around the world is oriented to face the Ka'ba (:
its the knowledge needed for knowing and meeting God. its the most valuable knowledge 1. It is the pillar upon which Islam is built. The Prophet said "Islaam is built upon five : the tawheed of Allahâ¦..(Related by Muslim no. 19) 2. The greatest need for mankind, since there is no life fo…r the hearts nor delight nor tranquility except through knowing their Lord , the one to be worshipped, the creator. 3. It is the most noble branch of knowledge. As Imaam Abu Hanifa mentioned, when he called his book which he compiled concerning the Usool ud Deen (fundamentals of the religion) " fiqh al akbar" (the greatest fiqh) 4. It was the key and essence of the call of the messengers "Verily we have sent to every nation a messenger saying worship Allah and avoid the worship of false gods" (16:36) 5. Because Allah has created us to worship Him, "I have not created the jinn and mankind but to worship me" then how can we worship Allah, if we don't know who He is? It is only through knowledge of His names and attributes we can learn about Allah. 6. Firmness upon the Deen, excellence in this world and salvation in the Hereafter is built upon this. a) because when you know Allah, His names, attributes and Actions this necessitates loving Him, fearing Him, placing reliance upon Him etc. b) when you know what Allaah loves and is pleased with or angered and displeased with, you will rush to fulfill what He loves and avoid what He hates. 7. Its great emphasis in the Quran. The Quran begins with tawheed (al fatihah) and ends with Tawheed (al Ikhlas) likewise the greatest ayat in the Quran describes tawheed (of knowledge) 8. The prophet began his day with tawheed by reciting surah al kafiroon and ikhlas in the sunan of fajr and end with reciting these two surahs in the witr prayer. (related by Muslim) 9. The prophet mentioned it during his last illness (shows its importance) when he said "the curse of Allah be upon the Jews and the Christians for they took the graves of their prophets as places of worship." (Bukhari) 10. It's the first thing the prophet invited to and preached to for thirteen years. "say, none has the right to be worshipped and thus be successful." (Ahmad 4/63) 11. And he ordered his companions to preach Tawheed when sending them to various communities. He sent Muadh ibn jabal to Yemen saying "Indeed you are going to the people of the book so let the first thing that you invite them to be the tawheed of Allah" (Bukhari 1/13) 12. You have to compromise the three aspects together and not just believe in one, merely with the meaning "The one who has the power to create and originate" as the Arab Mushriks used to agree that Allah alone is the creator of everything, despite this they were still mushriks. Plus this was not the true reality which Allah sent the messengers with. But rather we must believe in his Ruboobiyyah, Uloohiyyah Asma was Sifaat together. 13. When you believe in the three aspects of tawheed. i.e. Ruboobiyah- you will negate any source of harm, blessing, power from any other than Allah. Uloohiyyah- this will stop you from committing shirk. Asma was sifaat - to have the correct knowledge of this will prevent you from distorting any of Allah's Names and Attributes, or explaining them, or denying them or asking how they are. 14. If a person dies upon this he will enter Paradise. When the Jewish boy accepted Islam, the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) said, "All praise is for Allah who saved this boy from the fire." Although this person had no good deeds. (Bukhari) 15. Tawheed is a condition for an action to be accepted, because for a deed to be accepted it requires two conditions. a) The intention is purely for Allah (tawheed al ibaadah) b) It must be in accordance with the sharee'ah of Muhammad (saws) 16. It strengthens ones heart and makes one firmer and well rooted. Then as a result ones deeds will multiply and likewise his worship of Allah will be greater. 17. It makes it easier to fulfill the commands of Allah and leave the prohibitions as A'aishah said: "had the first revelation been do not drink and fornicate or commit adultery etc they would have said we shall not give up adultery and fornication etc." (Bukhari from Yusuf ibn Maalik) For it was only after Tawheed was understood by the companions and had settled in their hearts that Allah began to order them with various commands. (MORE)
Muslims had written thousands of books covering all science fields including mathematics, astronomy, medicine, physics, optics, geography, philosophy, ... etc. However; from the religious point of view; the most important reference books are: . The holy book Quran that reflects real God word re…velations to prophet Muhammad; peace be upon him; through the angel Gabriel (or Jibril) . The Hadith (prophet Muhammad sayings and practices) books as AlBukhari and other Hadith collection books. Answer 2 According to both Shia and Sunni Muslims Quran is word of God and is the most Important book ever. about Hadith (sayings of prophet SAWW according to Sunni and sayings of any of the fourteen infallibles according to shia) there are different Hadith books. but for Shia the Nahj ul Balaghah (the collection of some of the sayings of Imam Ali a.s. along with the 6 main Hadith books are the most important Hadith books) (MORE)
it is their way of art since they can not draw pictures of humans or animals
There are lots of importance. They are all about peace and believing in 1 god and practicing their religion, and not to forget god because he is the one who created us. God created everyone on Earth so we cant forget him or he will forget us.
Well, Muslims all know that they're going to Heaven. It's stated in the Quran and I think even the other religions (that have read the Quran) know it too. It brings you love, happiness, joy, richness, riches,etc;
Answer Both Quran and Sunnah (Prophet Muhammad PBUH sayings and practices) are the reference that guide Muslims to the right path of God and lead Muslims to sound and peaceful life. Sharia that is extracted from Quran and Prophet Muhammad Sunnah guide Muslims: . to the right path to Allah (God i…n English), . to good morals, . to good deeds for the benefit of humanity and environment . to the way to perform ritual worships . to learn lessons from old nations . to the governing rules of marriage, divorce, contracting, borrowing & lending money, etc of social relationships. Refer to related questions below (MORE)
Jerusalem's Importance for Muslims: Answer 1 Islam; per Qur'an revelation by God to prophet Muhammad through the angel Gabriel; was started about 1400 years ago by Mohammed. However, Jerusalem is important to Muslims for two reasons: . Islam in its universal meaning of full submission to God …is the call of all prophets since Adam through Noah, Abraham; Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, David, Solomon,..., Jesus, and Mohammad (Peace be upon them). Many of those prophet who called for Islam (Submission to God) were raised up and started in Jerusalem vicinity. . Prophet Muhammad in the miracle of "Israa and Miiraj" ascended to the Heaven from Jerusalem (where there is the Mosque of "Masjid Al-Aqsa" or Al Aqsa mosque). Accordingly, It is the third holiest site to Muslims. The other two sites are Mecca (or Makkah) and Medina. Jews believe that "Al Aqsa mosque" had been built on the Jewish temple ruins. Jerusalem is of course important to Christians, too. Answer 2 For Muslims, there is the Dome of Rock, where Mohammed (PBUH), their prophet, made a nighttime journey to the heavens. It is the site where Muslims believe their prophet ascended into Heaven. Also there is Masjid Al Aqsa, the Qibla where Muslims used to pray to before they had the order to pray to Kaaba. Moreover, it is the place where most of the prophets existed and it is inhabited by Arabs long time ago, since the years of Prophet Moses. It is where Muhammad (PBUH) rose to Paradise. Answer 3 In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful Glorified be He who took His servant, (Muhammed), for a journey by night from Al-Masjid Al Haram, (at Mecca), to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, (in Jerusalem), the neighborhood whereof We have blessed, in order that We might show him some of Our signs. Verily, He is the All-Hearing, the All-Seeing. (The Holy Qur'an 17:1) Jerusalem is one of the three holiest cities for Muslims, next to Mecca and Al-Madinah. It is the city where many of the prophets of Islam including Abraham and Jesus, preached and respected Jerusalem, Palestine, was the first "Qibla", (direction to which Muslims faced when praying), during the entire Meccan period and the first 16 months of the Madeenah period. Muslims consider prayers in Jerusalem's Masjid Al-Aqsa to be equivalent to 500 prayers in any other ordinary mosque. With the eternal verses in the Holy Qur'an, God stated the never diminishing significance of Al-Aqsa Mosque, to where Prophet Muhammed, peace and blessings upon him, (pbuh), journeyed at night on the winged horse, Al-Buraq, from Mecca. At Al-Aqsa Mosque, Prophet Muhammed, (pbuh), led all of the prophets of God that came before him in the submission of prayer, then ascended to Heaven to receive God's command to the Muslims to pray 5 times a day. This miraculous journey is known as Al-Israa wal Mi'raaj. Another point in the importance of Jerusalem or the greater Palestine to Muslims is that it also contains the Dome of the Rock to which the ascension to Heaven began and ended. Prophet Muhammed, (pbuh), said: "travel for pilgrimage and worship are restricted to three mosques: Al-Haram al-Sharif, in Mecca, my Mosque in Al-Madeenah, and Al-Aqsa Mosque, Jerusalem. The person who starts procedure for pilgrimage or umra from Al-Aqsa Mosque shall have all his/her sins forgiven. Jerusalem is the land of the ingatheringâ¦go to it and worship in it, for one act of worship therein is equivalent to 1,000 acts of worship elsewhere." The teachings of the prophets of the three Abrahamic religions have branded Jerusalem in the hearts of the faithful. Jerusalem shall live forever in tangible existence and with love in the souls and minds of the followers of Islam. Answer 4 Because it is the city, which is the third purest city, after makkah and madinah. hazrat salman built the mosque of aqsa over here, which was the first qiblah. Answer 5 From Wikipedia: Jerusalem in Islam is considered a sacred city, and has played a significant role in the faith. The al-Aqsa mosque of Jerusalem is considered the third holiest site in Islam, after the mosques of al-Haram and al-Nabawi. Also in particular: . It is strongly associated with people regarded as Prophets of Islam - in particular, David, Solomon, and Jesus; . It was the first qibla (direction of prayer) in Islam, before the Kaaba in Mecca; . Muhammad is believed to have been taken by the miraculous steed Buraq to visit Jerusalem, where he prayed, and then to visit heaven, in a single night in the year 620. The Qur'anic verse (17:1) is interpreted by all widely used tafsirs (commentaries) as referring to this journey, with the term "the farthest Mosque" ( al-masjid al-Aqsa ) referring to the Noble Sanctuary in Jerusalem, where the mosque stands: Ø³ÙØ¨ÙØÙØ§ÙÙ Ø§ÙÙÙØ°ÙÙ Ø£ÙØ³ÙØ±ÙÙ Ø¨ÙØ¹ÙØ¨ÙØ¯ÙÙÙ ÙÙÙÙÙØ§Ù Ù ÙÙÙÙ Ø§ÙÙÙ ÙØ³ÙØ¬ÙØ¯Ù Ø§ÙÙØÙØ±ÙØ§Ù Ù Ø¥ÙÙÙÙ Ø§ÙÙÙ ÙØ³ÙØ¬ÙØ¯Ù Ø§ÙØ£ÙÙÙØµÙÙ Ø§ÙÙÙØ°ÙÙ Ø¨ÙØ§Ø±ÙÙÙÙÙØ§ ØÙÙÙÙÙÙÙ Subhana al-lazei asra b-abdihi laylan mmina al-masjidi al-haram ila al-masjidi al-aqsa al-lazei barakna haolah " Glory to He (God) Who did take His servant for a Journey by night from the Sacred Mosque to the farthest Mosque, whose precincts We did bless (Yusuf Ali's translation). " -Qur'an, [Qur'an 17:1] Answer 6 Jerusalem is important to Islam for two major reasons that are tied to each other. The first is that Muslims claim that Mohammed came to Jerusalem astride a Buraq (a mystical flying horse, slightly different from a Pegasus) and in Jerusalem he ascended to Heaven and conversed with the other major Prophets of Islam. The second reason is that Jerusalem was a center of such holiness that it was the first Qibla (direction in which a Muslim should pray). The Qibla was eventually moved to the Ka'aba in Mecca, but Jerusalem still retains that holiness. Answer 7 The Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) was sent from Mecca to Jerusalem on the night journey by God. Where the Dome of the Rock now stands Muhammad was, he then went to heaven from that rock. Answer 8 The Muslims believe in all the Prophets. Jerusalem has been a sacred place since the times of Hazrat Suleman (AS). Many of the prophets are buried here. The last prophet of Islam Hazrat Muhammad (May peace be upon him) ascended to his heavenly journey from here. This is the first Qibla of the Muslims. They had been offering their prayers facing Majid-i-Al Aqsa for many years. It is still a sacred city for the Muslims, the Jews and the Christians. Jerusalem contains the Holy Mosque of Aqsa which is the second most sacred mosque of Islam ( after Makkah but before Madinah ). It was the also the first Qibla of Islam. Before Makkah, Muslims used to face towards Aqsa mosque to offer their five daily prayers. Also, the ascension of Prophet Muhammad to the heavens took place from here. (MORE)
Quran is important to Muslims because it is their holy book that reflects Allah (God in English; same God worshiped by Jews and Christians) word revelations to prophet Muhammad (PBUH) through the angel Jibril (Gabriel). Muslims are taught from Quran all their ritual worships and what to do and what …should not do. Refer to questions below for more information. (MORE)
To avoid paying much respect to the picture and getting attracted to it by anyone. Then by time, one may request the picture as mediator when praying to God or may worship it as the case with other religions now.
the Muslims feel they need to know how the poor and homeless feel without food.
The weight of Pakistan as the 2nd biggest Muslim country. The biggest Islamic republic. And the single Muslim country officially in possesion of Nuclear weapon
Palestine is very important to Muslims. Palestine is the home to many Musims, including my own parents. I am Arab American and just as important my American pride is, so is my Palestine pride. Everyone has a natural love and respect for their homeland. It is also said that Day of Judgment will happe…n, once Musims are freed of this occupation, in regards of Isreal's hold on Paalestine. (MORE)
Considering that they compose >90% of the Middle Eastpopulation, and govern all but two of its dozen or so nations(Israel and Cyprus), they are very important to the functioning ofthe Middle East.
Its a form of worship.Muslims pray five times a day .Prayer is what distinguishes between a believer and a disbeliever.
It is the way of living, it is a path to win heart of our almighty one and only one Allah. It is our way of life. Also: Muslims are, by definition, followers of Islam. Islam is therefore very important to all Muslims.
Because Zakah it the 4th Pillar of Islam Zakah=Charity Charity is good helping people and helping the poor ____________________________________________________ . To build up solidarity of the society. . gets Allah blessing and satisfaction. Refer to question below.
The so called Umayyad King, Yazid came to power. With his evil intentions he wanted to destroy Islam. He began to turn right to false and false to right. Slowly he was turning the Islamic laws into false due to the fact he was in power. Yazid sent his messanger to Imam Hussain (grandson of prophet M…uhammed) in Medina to pay pledge/kneel to Yazid. But Imam Hussain refused. THEN, the grandson of Prophet Muhammed stood against him. And at dessert of Karbala with 3 days hunger and thirst Imam Hussain gave his life for the right path and did not surrender or kneel to Yazid. according ro shia Muslims Imam Hussain S.A. the pious grandson of prophet Muhammad PBUH is the 3th leader of Muslims selected by God to lead Muslims after prophet. by military of Yazid they could not drink water from the Forat river. Imam Husain S.A and all his supporters were killed, including Husain's six months old infant son, and the women and children were taken as prisoners. Imam Hussain S.A. said the version of Islam made by Yazid is a fake Islam and said "with Yazid bye to Islam" and I want to save the real Islam for future humans by my blood. the Battle of Karbala cause Iranians think and understand there are two different versions of Islam: Islam of Imam Hussain S.A. and Islam of Yazid and this caused majority of Iranians accept shia Islam and convert from sunni Islam to shia Islam after Battle of Karbala. he was aware of being killed if go to Karbala because he received many warnings from Caliph before. he said: I moved to save religion of my grandfather Muhamamd PBUH. Yazid was corrupted King and did many sin publicly and scholars justified him. he had pool of wine and raped women and many sins all in the name of Islam and real Islam was being destroyed. (MORE)
according to Islam disobeying God is sin and God will is described in Quran and are called Islamic laws. and according to Islam disobeying laws of Islam may lead entering Hell. God created this world, the Sun, Moon, Stars the Galaxy and other Planets, Humans, Plants and all Living creatures. Our s…tay in this world is for a short period as we will be called back after death to live again. Every thing belongs to the Almighty God and as such we have to follow His rules, regulations and laws. To guide the people on this Earth God sent numerous Prophets, and reveled many Scriptures like the Torah, Bible, Psalms, Gospel, but it was ignored and lost and corrupted. The Final book was revealed to the last Prophet, Prophet Mohammad and this was The Holy Quran outlining the laws, rules and regulations, code and ethics and the way of life. Each soul will be judged on the day of Judgement, and if we have disobeyed Him or committed sins we will be punished. The Righteous will be rewarded a place in Heaven, and the sinners will face the Hell fire. This is the reason that in Islam, Islamic Laws (Gods Laws) are important to Muslims as we are preparing not for the comforts and luxuries of the life in this world but the rewards in the hereafter. (MORE)
Assalamalikum All, Purdha is important for every girl of any century. Lets give an example: there are two sweets thrown in the mud ..one is with the wrapper and the other one without the wrapper. Which one will you prefer to eat.... Answer is obvious.... The one with the wrapper... The girl who is c…overed ( in purdha ) is the girl who is protected from the evil eye of the people....... I hope this answers the question.... (MORE)
The manner system of Islam based on family Family is the unit cell of the Islamic society not the individual as in the west. In addition, no sex (oral or intercourse sex) is allowed; per Islam religion; outside marriage. Hence, marriage is the only licit approach to practice sex.
One of the most important pillars of Islam, upon which it is built,is Zakat (charity). It is extremely important for Muslimsbecause, Islam emphasizes its need of equality within a society.Due to this, those well-off are expected to contribute and donatetowards the needy. Without such a principle, …a successful communitywould be impossible to foresee. (MORE)
Astronomy was significant in ancient civilizations. In Islam, it was recognized as having scientific principles, and helped them in determining where to face the qiblah and their praying times.
Allah the almighty (Glorious and Exalted is He), and all of His Messengers and Prophets (may peace be upon them)
because it gives them time to pay attribute the the poor and the people who can't afford food by muslims.com
Jerusalem itself is not important, the Masjid al Aqsa and access to it in Jerusalem is
I think it is important for Muslims to have a holy building because then they will have there own place to worship God and to read they're prayers. Even some people stay to listen to speeches from famous Muslims which they sleep in the Mosque for.
Because they say that it is Allah's house every Mosque( prayer room ) in the world is Allah's home , but the most important one is Makkah Mosque
They should be important to everybody, but Muslims specifically have required ablutions (ritual cleansings) associated with their times of prayer.
Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam. It is obligatory once inlifetime on all Muslims.
The holy Koran (Qur'an) is the last book of revelation. Old Testament, New Testament, Zaboor, Torah, Anajeel, The Bible and many others were also revealed to different holy Prop[hets (May peace be upon them all). The Muslims believe in all these heavenly Books. Unfortunately, they were tempered w…ith. The last holy book the Qur'an was revealed to The last Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (may peace be upon him). This is the only book which can claim to be the genuine word of Almighty God. It is extremely important to the Muslims because it provides them with the complete code of life. A Muslim must lead his life according to the teachings of the Qur'an and The last Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (may peace be upon him). (MORE)
Muslim is a follower of the Islamic faith - it is NOT a language,and there isn't a language exclusive to Islam. Countries with anIslamic population can be found all over the world, and thelanguages vary by country - Arabic, Urdu, and Farsi are commonlanguages. Albanian, variations of Chinese languag…es, Pashtun,Serbo-Croatian, Russian, Chechnyan, and other languages are alsocommon among Muslim populations. (MORE)