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The Beliefs of Islam
Mnemonic Device I.S.L.A.M.I.C.
I. Islam’s Holy Book The Quran or Koran – contains the teachings revealed to Muhammad the prophet of Allah
Started in the Middle EastIslam began in Saudi Arabia, in the Middle East
Laws = The 5 Pillars of IslamFaith in Allah Prayer 5 times a day facing Mecca Giving alms to the poor (charity) Fasting during Ramadan Make a pilgrimage to Mecca once in their lifetime
llah Allah is the Islamic name for GODThose who follow Allah are called MUSLIMS
Muhammad Muhammad is the founder of IslamHis teachings are written in the Koran
I. Islam is MonotheisticName another religion we have studied that is monotheistic = Christianity
C. Cities that are holy Mecca – Muhammad was born here and is where the KAABA is located
ities that are holy Medina –C ities that are holy Medina – This is the city where Muhammad started Islam
C. Cities that are holy Jerusalem – This is where Muhammad left to heaven from
Dome of the Rock
Kaaba Is a large cube building It is the holiest place in IslamThis is the building Muslims face during prayer
Islam. A believer of Islam is a Muslim. The religion was founded by Mohammed. A believer of Islam is forbidden to eat pork, worship idols, drink alcohol,
A Study of Islam The Kaaba and the Al-Haram Mosque in Mecca.
Islam Islam is a monotheistic religion and is the world’s second biggest religion with over 1.5 billion followers worldwide. Monotheistic means a belief.
Islam The 2 nd largest religion in the world with about 1.5 billion followers (about 22% of the world’s population Based on the teachings of the prophet.
The Beliefs of Islam. Pneumonic Device I.S.L.A.M.I.C.
Aim: Understanding the 5 Pillars of Islam
Basic Islam Facts Over 1.6 billion followers 2 nd largest religion in the world behind Christianity
Birthplace of Three Religions
The Beliefs, Traditions and Customs of Islam What do the religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam have in common? They are monotheistic Abraham is.
Unit 1 Introduction to World Civilizations and New Ideas Sub Unit 2 Introduction to World Religions Lesson 7 Islam Studies the KORAN.
Islam (around600 AD) Founder Islam is based on the life and teachings of the prophet Mohammed, who they believe is the last messenger of God.
Islam Newest of the Major Western Religions. Symbol Crescent moon and star.
The Five Pillars Iman, or Faith – “There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.” Salah, or Prayer – Muslims pray five times a day,
E. Napp Islam In this lesson, students will be able to identify characteristics of Islam. Students will be able to identify and/or define the following.
What do Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have in common?
Judaism, Christianity, Islam Mr. Homburg. Judaism Judaism began in the middle east, in what is modern day Israel. Major locations: Israel and North America.
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