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Describe and explain the 5 pillar of Islam?


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The most important Muslim practices are the 5 pillers of Islam.

The 5 Pillers of Islam are the 5 obligations that every Muslim must satisfy in order to live a good life according to Islam.

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Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam. It is obligatory on all Muslims once in lifetime.

First pillar of Islam Al-Shahaadatayn the testimony of faith (there is no god but Allah (swt) and Mohammed (pbuh) is his messenger.Second pillar of Islam Salaah the obligatory 5 prayers a dayThird pillar of Islam Zakaah (poor due, charity tax)Fourth pillar of Islam Sawm (fasting in Ramadaan)Fifth pillar of Islam Hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca) These are the 5 pillars of Islam. These 5 pillars of Islam teach is firstly that none is worthy of worship accept Allah and Muhammad is the last and final Messenger and Prophet of Allah. And secoundly these 5 pillars of Islam teach us obedience to Allah.

Yes, in particular fasting of Ramadan Islamic month. It is the 3rd pillar of Islam.Yes , it is one of 5 pillars of Islam .

The five pillars represent the basic Islam principles. Refer to related question below.

I haven't really heard about the sectors of Islam. There are actually five pillar of Islam, pillar means the basic 5 obligations of every Muslim if he had the capacity. The 5 pillars are;Shahada (God in one)Salat ( Namaz)Fasting in RamazanZakatHajj (pilgrimage)If you are refering to sects of Islam, there are three main ones: Sunni (about 85%), Shiite (about 15%), and Ibadi (

Shahada is the first pillar of IslamShahada means "he observed, witnessed, or testified"It is also means you have to pray 5 times a day in certain times.

Muslim are obligated to pray 5 times EVERY DAY. It is a pillar in Islam! there holy day is Friday

That is pillar 5 named Hajj which state the pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in a lifetime if one is able.

The first pillar is shahadah, "creed" "faith". The second pillar is salat, the five prayers daily prayers. The third is zakat, the tax to the poor. The fourth is sawm, fasting on Ramadan. The fifth pillar is the Hajj pilgrimage for those who are able.

shahadha is one of the 5 pillars of islam. It is also the first pillar. It consists of professing your loyalty to God and the fact that he is the only God.

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they are thought to be like pillars because they are the basic principle of islam. These pillar are seen as the foundation to your iman (faith).

It is disliked ..(makrooh) ...Prayers (Salaat) is extremely important and it is a pillar of Islam (islam is based on 5 pillars). Prayer is the first matter muslims will be asked about on Judgment Day. It pleases Allah (God) that we pray on time.

Megan Pillar is 5' 2".

The importance is to teach Muslims morals and principles of Islam. First Pillar- Statement of Faith Said when a baby is born, said throughout the day, etc. Second Pillar- Praying Set for 5 times a day, to teach responsibility and the worshipping of Allah. Third Pillar- Fasting During the month of Ramadan, to feel the pain of those in Islamic countries with no food or water. Fourth Pillar- Charity To send money to Islamic countries teaching sharing. Meant to be given to the poor and disabled. Fifth Pillar- Pilgrimage to Mecca With halal money, fulfilling Allah's main duty. If the Muslim is poor, it is not required to go because then they might go with haraam (forbidden) money. Worshipping Allah and cleansing themselves is the main point of pilgrimage.

Pilgrimage (or Hajj) is the fifth pillar of the Islam 5 pillars. It is mandatory for any Muslim to do Hajj unless prevented by health, financial, or security reason.

Jessica Livia Pillar is 5' 4".

Islam is based on 5 pillars . They are equally important in order to be called a muslim but the base of it all is the first pillar; where you acknowledge that there is only one God to this world and that prophet Mohammed is one of his messengers.

Spell check: Pillar, not puillarIslam has 5 Pillars, known as the Five Pillars of Islam.Shahada: Statement of FaithSal'at: 5 times a day PrayersFasting: Fast during the Holy Month of RamadanCharity: Giving Zakat to the poorPilgrimage: If financially stable to go pilgrimage to Kaaba in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.

The first pillar is witness that no God except one God and that prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is His messenger and prophet. Refer to question below.

There are just 5 Pillars of Islam. Most of the religious scholars don't recognise the any sixth pillar of Islam. Here are five Pillars of Islam. 1. Acceptance of Allah and his Prophet Muhammad. 2. Salat (prayer) each Muslim must say five prayers a day. 3. Zakat ( wealthy Muslims give 2.5% of their total wealth to oors and needy. 4. Fasting: Muslims observer fasting duroing the month of Ramadan. 5. Haj, All those who can afford they must perofrm Haj in Makkah , Saudi Arabia. Thanks

for example Resurrection is one of 5 pillars this pillar is very effective because we work for god not for vale and believe that the god see human and will punish or encourage in Resurrection

It is pilgrimage (or Hajj in Arabic. It is the 5th pillar of the Islam 5 pillars. See the related question below for more information.

well when we say 5 pillar of Islam we rae speaking Figuratively :) the 5 pillars of Islam are : 1. to believe that there is Only one God who is Allah and that Mohammad is his Prophet 2. Praying 3. A zaka " to give money ti the poor on specific amount" 4. Fasting in the holy month of Ramadan 5. Hajj for only who can afford it phsicaly and money wise those are the 5 things that one has to believe in and do to be a Muslim ofcourse plus many other things but those are the PILLARS taht Islam stand on

Shahadah is an Arabic word that means witnessing or testimony. It is the first pillar of the 5 Islam pillars. Shahadah is witnessing that No god except one and only one God (Allah), the Creator, and that Muhammad is His messenger. Refer to the related question below for more information.

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