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no, fasting is the fourth pillar. The fifth pillar is hajj (or pilgrimage)

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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 fourth pillar of Islam is Fasting. It teaches patience, tolerance, and obedience to Almighty Allah. Fasting helps develop habit of charity, honesty and chastity.



It is the 4th pillar of Islam that is fasting the month of Ramadan ( the 9th month in the Islamic Lunar Calendar).


The compulsory fasting is through all the days of Ramadan month. Ramadan fasting is the fourth pillar of the five Islam pillars.


Because fasting Ramadan is a pillar of the five pillars of Islam, fast ( sawm).


Fasting in the month of Ramazan is the fourth pillar of Islam. Fasting in this moth is obligatory on each adult Muslim who is not otherwise ill, or a traveler. Thus this month is very important for the Muslims.


The compulsory fasting; as the third pillar of Islam five pillars; is throughout the month of Ramadan (the 9th month in the Islamic Lunar calendar).


Islamic pillar are the basis of Islam.


Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam


Fasting the month of Ramadan is the fourth pillar of Islam. It's a duty commanded by the Almighty Allah. It teaches many good things like patience,feeling with poor & hungry people & helping them,solidarity in the Islamic community.The Almighty Allah promised to reward those who fast to obey Him & bessech His favors.Fasting is third pillar of Islam out of 5 pillars . It is why it is important for Muslim .


the rules that the Muslim must obey are the five pillars of Islam 1st pillar: saying there is no god but god and Muhammad is his profit 2nd pillar: praying five times a day 3rd pillar: giving to the poor and needy 4th pillar: fasting during the holy month of the Ramadan 5th pillar: traveling at least once to mecca on a hajj


"Shahadah" is the pillar of Islam, prayer


Hajj {pilgrimage} is the least important pillar of islam ___________________________________________________________ No pillar of Islam is less important than another. Denying any pillar of Islam five pillars intentionally by anyone expels him/her from Islam.


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.


Islams is based on tawheed and is the main pillar if you don't belive in one god how can you preform the obligatory actions in Islam such as prayer,shahada,zakat,fasting,hajj


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.




Muslims can perform Ramadan anywhere, Ramadan is just the name of the month in which Siyam (fasting during Ramadan, and the fourth Pillar of Islam) is practiced.


No way, In Islam manstrubating in not allowed at all not only during fasting


Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam obligatory once in lifetime if one can afford.


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 (


hajj,zakat,fasting,salat,shahada Because they are the actions we Muslims must perform. Also because intentionally not believing in any one of them takes a person outside of Islam.


Fasting in Islam is a sign of obedience to the highest degree. They use this time for spiritual and moral improvement.



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