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1 Museum Entrance Muslim Kids Muslim Women Prayer; Religion Islam Museum Erin’s Office Muslim 9 9

2 Curator’s Office Contact me at Hello! My name is Erin and I created this museum on the Islam religion for school. I am 12 years old and I love to play soccer, basketball, lacrosse, swim and hang out with my friends. Erin B. Place your picture here. Return to Entry

3 Room 1 Return to Entry Artifact 1 Muslim Baby Muslim Kids Artifact 3

4 Room 2 Return to Entry Muslim Women Artifact 7

5 Room 3 Return to Entry Muslim Religion Artifact 11

6 Room 4 Return to Entry Artifact 14Religion Artifact 15 Artifact 14

7 Room 5 Return to Entry Artifact 18 [Room 5] Room Artifact 19

8 Here are some Muslim kids. As you tour this museum you will see many things on you know MUSLIMS! In this picture it may be hard to see, but there are four children praying to Allah, the Muslim god. Return to Exhibit Muslims

9 Linked citation goes here In this picture you see a baby this is a Muslim baby. Muslims start their children in religion while they are very young. Return to Exhibit Baby Muslims

10 Linked citation goes here Mosques are the houses of worship of the Muslim people. The pointy spires are called minarets. There are many items that are symmetrical in a mosque. Return to Exhibit Mosques

11 Linked citation goes here The kids in this picture are Muslims. They are praying. Muslims are called to pray 5 times a day. In this picture they are praying one time of the five times they have to pray. Return to Exhibit Children Praying

12 Linked citation goes here Muslim women cover them self with a type of clothes that barely shows them at all. This is a sign of respect to their God, Allah. Return to Exhibit Muslim Lady

13 Linked citation goes here A Muslim baby girl. This little girl is dressed in Muslim clothes. I am not really sure, but I think it also could be a boy. Either way this picture shows a baby praying. Or modeling the Muslim clothes style. Return to Exhibit Another Muslim Baby

14 Linked citation goes here Mecca is a place where the Islam people worship. When people visit Mecca, they spend the whole day circling it. Every Muslim if possible, is required to make at least one pilgramage or hajj to Mecca. Return to Exhibit Mecca

15 Linked citation goes here Return to Exhibit Hijab Hijabs are what Muslim women wear. As you can see in this picture, they can be many colors. But the traditional is black.

16 Linked citation goes here The Quran is the Islamic bible. It is like the Torah or the Bible to them. It is where they keep the rules and stories of Allah. Return to Exhibit Quran

17 Linked citation goes here Text goes here. Return to Exhibit Artifact 10

18 Linked citation goes here Allah means God. Allah is the Muslim God. He teaches them what is right and wrong. He is the center of there religion. Return to Exhibit Allah

19 Linked citation goes here The 5 pillars of Islam are a way of life for Muslims. They are called to pray five times a day, fast during the month of Ramadan, give 2.5% of their salary to the poor as charity, pledge to their faith and as it said in artifact 11 make at least one Hajj to Mecca during their life time. Return to Exhibit The Five Pillars of Islam

20 Linked citation goes here The prayer caps are what Muslims wear on their heads while praying. Most are crochet. They can come in many colors as this one. The traditional is white though. Return to Exhibit Prayer caps

21 Linked citation goes here This is a Muslim prayer rug. Muslims when praying, use these. They don’t wear shoes while on a prayer rug. Return to Exhibit Prayer Rugs

22 Linked citation goes here This is Muhammad. He is said to have seen Allah while in a cave one day looking for something. He is the founder of Islam. He is Allah’s prophet. Return to Exhibit Muhammad

23 Linked citation goes here Allah means God. Allah is the Muslim God.He teaches them what is right and wrong. He is the center of there religion Return to Exhibit Allah

24 Linked citation goes here This picture shows a Muslim form of prayer. Here are some Muslim kids praying one of the five times a day they must pray. Notice they are not wearing shoes and are on a prayer rug. Return to Exhibit Artifact 17

25 Linked citation goes here In this picture muslims are praying. These people may be at Mecca or maybe just praying as they are called to do. Return to Exhibit Muslims Praying

26 Linked citation goes here Salah is how the Muslims pray. It is a form of prayer. It mainly consists of bowing down or laying down bowing. Return to Exhibit Salah

27 Linked citation goes here These are Muslim prayer beads. They are like rosary beads to the catholic faith, sort of. They also look like rosary beads. They come in a variety of colors. Return to Exhibit Muslim Prayer Beads

28 Linked citation goes here In this picture they show a card that has times on it. These are times are when they need to pray. It also features where and when to pray. I can imagine these can be very helpful. Return to Exhibit Prayer Times

29 Linked citation goes here These are Muslim prayer beads. In this image a man is show with a ton of them on his arms. Return to Entrance Prayer Beads

30 Linked citation goes here. Return to Entrance

31 Linked citation goes here This is a picture of the word Allah written in their language. As you may have read earlier Allah is God in the Muslim faith. Return to Exhibit Back Wall Artifact


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