Islam

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  • 610 A.D.
  • After Muhammad died, Islam split into two major parts.
  • Muhammad, you will recite the teachings of Allah to all your followers.
  • Gabriel, an angel, commands Muhammad to recite Allah's teachings.
  • The Hijra is the start of the Islamic Calendar.
  • 622 A.D.
  • The Quran is the Islam holy book. It is believed to be the words of Muhammad.
  • Muhammad travels from Mecca to Medina.
  • I know! Why don't we call this the Hijra?
  • 632 A.D.   After Muhammad's death, Abu Bakr become Caliph. Islam spread extremely quickly during this time, spreading to many parts of the world.
  • The Sunnis
  • The Shiites
  • The Quran
  • The two main Muslim holidays are: Eid al Adha: celebrating Prophet Abraham's choice to sacrifice his son for Allah. Eid al Fitr: celebrating the end of Ramadan.
  • There are five main pillars of islam: Shahada: to declare one’s faith in God and belief in Muhammad. Salat: to pray five times a day (at dawn, noon, afternoon, sunset, and evening). Zakat: to give to those in need. Sawm: to fast during Ramadan. Hajj: to make a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once during a person’s lifetime if the person is able.
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