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2010-09-26 09:48:34
2010-09-26 09:48:34

The structure of Islam is:

  • five pillars
  • six articles of faith
  • Quran
  • prophet Muhammad Sunnah (sayings and practices)
  • montheism
  • doing good deeds
  • morals per Islam religion

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