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The 5 Pillars Life and Times DynastiesGeography The Good, The Bad, and the Sects
Charity – all Muslims must give what they can afford to those less fortunate
Fasting during the holy month from Sunrise to Sunset
5 times a day facing Mecca
Pilgrimage - If physically/financially able, all Muslims must travel to Mecca once in their life
“There is no God but God, and Muhammad is his prophet”
Muhammad's profession before he became a prophet
When he was forced out of Mecca Muhammad fled to this city
The collect teachings of Mohammed
The Koran or Qur'an
The Angel who appeared to Muhammad
He was Muhammad’s close friend and early follower who became the first Caliph
The first 4 Caliphs are known as:
The rightly guided Caliphs
Muhammad’s cousin who wanted to be named Caliph, and eventually became the 4 th Caliph
Dynasty that originated as Muhammed’s enemies
Dynasty that oversaw “The Translation”
The 2 groups that emerged as a result of Ali being assassinated
Sunni and Shi’ite
Sect of Islam that holds the majority of Muslims
Group that justified murder in the name of Islam and tended to kill other Muslims
Sect of Islam loyal to Ali
The Whirling Dervishes are part of this 3 rd Sect of Islam
The group that continued the Abbasid Dynasty in Egypt
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