A holy war undertaken as a sacred duty by all Muslims?
Jihad. Although "holy war" is a mistranslation. It means "to struggle" with oneself. To become a better person, this is known as the Greater Struggle. The lesser struggle is to literally fight, to end opression (slavery, etc.) and encourage peace.
Jihad...a holy was undertaken as a sacred duty
The Holy Quran is the most sacred object for Muslims.
The holy Qur'an.
Makka (Mecca) is considered the most sacred city of the Muslims. Madina and Jerusalem are also considered sacred by the Muslims.
Arabic in which the holy Qur'an is written
The most sacred text of the Muslims is the holy Qur'an, that is the word of Almighty Allah revealed to the last Prophet of Islam (SAW). The collections of the sayings of the holy Prophet (SAW) are also sacred books of the Muslims.
Jerusalam is sacred to Muslims because of the Holy Mosque Al Aqsa, which was the 1st qibla, before the time of the last Prophet Muhammad(PBUH), which was then changed to the Holy Kaba in Makkah Saudi Arabia.
The holy building where the Muslims pray is called: mosque- Masjid. The Ka'aba is the most sacred place of the Muslims where they perform Hajj.
The Qur'an is the most sacred book of the Muslims.
Quran holy book. Refer to question below.
Jerusalem - Sacred to Muslims, Jews, and Christians.
Religions with a "sacred or holy book" usually regard that text as having been written or inspired by their deity. The Qur'an was given to mankind from Allah through Mohammad. This makes it a sacred or holy text to the Muslims.
The Holy Lands are important to both the Christians and Muslims. The crusades began when the Muslims began denying Christians access to the sacred sites.
The majority of Persians (Iranians) are Shi'ite Muslims and their holy book is the Qur'an a/k/a the Koran.
There are 2 main cities that are sacred. The first is Mecca which is where Muslims are supposed to take a pilgrimage to. Jerusalem is less sacred and shares some importance to Jews and Christians.
The Quran, Muslims holy book, was revealed in Arabic by God to prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
The Qura'n and the Hadith are the pre-eminent sacred texts. Muslims still, however believe in the holy books of the Jews and Christians; i.e, people of the book.
The holy land is Jerusalem and it is sacred because this is where Jesus died and was ressurected. also it has the weeping wall in Israel and lots of other religious thingimabobs. Do you know why Jews and Muslims fight over the Holy Land. I'm in an RS lesson and i dont know the answer :( :) i hope i helped.
Dual purpose wealth & power religion is power They believed it was a sacred place
Quran is very sacred to Muslims as it is the HOLY BOOK of Muslims.n d8s y Muslims take such go0d kare of it,mislims kan give their lifes 4 its kare.
Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem, built over the site of the Jewish Holy Temple.
sacred - holy
The Muslims find their god, Allah sacred. He is the one and only, the creater of heaven and earth. "He is God, one God, the Eternal. (...) No one is his equal" (Sura 112) Also the Quran is very sacred to the Muslims, which they see as the word of God, it's holy and it's the truth! Sent to the prophet Muhammed by the arch angel Gabriel from God.
The Holy Quran is the primary sacred text for Islam. It is revered by Muslims who daily recite sections from it and who spend many hours in childhood learning parts of it by heart.
Jerusalem is the Holy City. Its a city Sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims. It is the land where all the Holy Prophets had walked. Abraham,Issac,Jacob,Joeseph,Moses,Jesus and Muhamed (peace and blessings be upon them all).
Mecca and Jerusalem are holy cities for Muslims.
Muslims holy writings are called Quuran
A sacred writing is a writing considered as sacred, or special, by the followers of a religion. Some examples are the Bible (for the Christians; part of the Bible also for the Jews), the Torah (for the Jews), the QurÃ¡n (for Muslims), and the Most Holy Book (for BahÃ¡'Ãs).
To rescue the holy places of Palestine.
Muslims do not worship anything except Allah (or God in English and same God worshiped by Christians and Jews) as the one and only one God with no partner, no companion, no son, no father, no associate, and no equivalence. They believe in the Quran as God holy book as they believe also in other God holy books (the Bible and the Torah). The God holy House Kabba is the sacred building for Muslims.
Jerusalem is considered the Holy Land for Judaism and Catholicism I believe. Mecca for Muslims. Varanasi/Haridwar for Hindus.
If you're referring to the holy place of worship for Muslims, this building is called a mosque. If you are talking about the building around which Muslims travel around seven times on pilgrimage, this is called the Ka'abah, and was built by Ibrahim.
No. There is no holy book called "the Plus". Muslims have the Qur'an as their central holy book. They also accept the holiness of the Taurat, Zabur, and Injil, which roughly correspond with the Torah, Psalms, and Gospel (although there are slight differences between the Jewish and Christian versions of these texts).
There is no holy river for Muslims or for Islam religion.
Islam is a universal religion. Its followers use different languages. However, the holy Qur'an, most sacred book of the Muslims, was revealed in Arabic.
The sacred texts and holy scriptures of Zoroastrianism are called the Avesta.
The sacred texts and holy scriptures of Zoroastrianism are called the Avesta.
Roman Catholic Answer Nothing can make the Holy Eucharist sacred. The Most Holy Eucharist IS already Sacred because It IS the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ, Himself. The Most Holy Eucharist makes things that touch It sacred, not the other way around.
Mecca and Medina are two of the major holy cities of Muslims
Muslims do not have a direct equivalant to the Holy Bible. The closest is their Holy book the Quran
There is no such thing as "the dom". If the question intends to ask about the Dome of the Rock Shrine, the shrine itself is holy to Muslims, not Jews. However, the "Rock" it covers is the Temple Mount, which is the most sacred site in Judaism. The reason that this place is so sacred is because it is where the holy of holies was in the Great Temples of Ancient Israel.
The Crusades where fought between the Christians of medieval Europe and the Islamic people of the middle-east. At the time of the Crusades, the Muslims had control of the Holy Lands (middle-eastern countries like Jerusalem). These lands where sacred to Christians because they were where Jesus lived, taught, and was crucified, but they were also sacred to Muslims because they were where Muhammad lived, taught, and died, so the crusades were an ongoing battle for… Read More
Apart from the Q'rahn, the holy books of both Christianity and Judaism are holy to Islaam although they have different names and versions/translations within Islaam. Although not holy in the normal sense accepted in many other religions, Islaam also has the Hadith and Sunnah.
Muslims have to do Wudhu before reading or even touching the Holy Qur'an. Wudhu is the sacred wash that is required to do before doing anything holy. Muslims have to wash before touching the Qur'an because it purifies them- Muhammad washed before doing prayer too and we follow this Holy Prophet. Wudhu purifies our body which is full of dirt usually. It says in the Qur'an, if you do Wudhu, it makes you cleaner.
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The Qur'an is scared to the Islamic faith and those who practice Islamic teachings. The Holy Qur'an is also scared to Muslims as they use the teaching as a guideline on how to live.
They were setting foot on sacred, or holy, ground.
Mecca is the birthplace of the Prophet Mohammad. As such, it is the most holy city in Islam. It is located in western Saudi Arabia and is a city open only to Muslims. Most religious historians view Islam as having been founded in 622 CE by Mohammad the Prophet (circa 570 to 632 CE) in Mecca, when the angel Jibrael (Gabriel) read the first revelation to Muhammad. (Muhammad and Mohammad are alternate spellings for his… Read More
Jerusalem is considered holy by Muslims, Jews, and Christians.
The word "sacred" doesn't have a homophone. Sacred also means "holy," and its homophone is wholly.