Let’s first talk about Islam? The name of Islam was initiated by the Qur’an, the holy sacred book of Muhammad For believers, Islam is certifiably not another religion. Rather, it addresses the last emphasis of the early stage message of God’s Oneness, a topic found before monotheistic strict practices.
However Islam can be depicted as a religion, it is seen by its disciples – a fifth of the total populace – in a lot more extensive terms. Too much in unambiguous tenets and execution of significant ceremonial demonstrations, Islam is drilled like a total and regular lifestyle, intended to carry God into the focal point of one’s cognizance, and hence one’s life.
Basically, by definition, Islam is a perspective centered around faith in the One God and obligation to His decrees.
Who is HAZRAT MUHHAMAD (PBUH)?
THE PROPHET AND MESSANGER OF ISLAM
Muhammad was born in Mecca (in what is now Saudi Arabia) in 570
IN THE HOUSE OF BANNU HASHIM FAMILY WHO WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR maintaining the sacred space (haram) in Mecca.
The beginning of his prophetic mission did not occur until he was forty years old, in 610.
Gabriel appeared and ordered Muhammad to ‘Read!
PRIMARY BELIEFS OF MUSLIMS?
HAZRAT MUHAMMAD WAS THE LAST MESSENGER FROM GOD
QURAN AS THE LAST HOLY BOOK
MESSENGERS AND PROPHETS BEFORE HAZRAT MUHAMMAD DAY OF JUDGEMENT
THE WORD RAMADAN IS ONE OF THE PILLARS OF ISLAMIC PRACTICES
What are the five pillars of Islam?
The first ‘pillar’ is bearing witness (shahada).
This consists of speaking a two-sentence creedal formula that denotes belief in the unicity of God, and the messenger ship of Muhammad.
The second ‘pillar’ is prayer (salat).
Practicing Muslims observe five daily obligatory prayers, performed facing the direction of the Ka‘ba in Mecca
The third ‘pillar’ is the purification of wealth (zakat) with its name taken from the Arabic word zaka meaning both ‘to purify’ and also ‘to increase’.
That is, a percentage (usually 2.5%) of a Muslim’s lawfully-accumulated wealth held over a year is donated to charity.
The fourth ‘pillar’ is fasting (sawm), and concerns fasting during the lunar month of Ramadan each year. The Islamic lunar calendar has months of either 29 or 30 days, depending on the cycle of the moon. During Ramadan, every adult and able-bodied Muslim is required to abstain from food, drink, and sexual intercourse from before dawn until sunset.
The final ‘pillar’ is the pilgrimage (hajj) to Mecca.
It is to be performed at least once in their life by each adult and financially unencumbered Muslim.
The rites of the hajj include circumambulation of the Ka‘ba itself.
FASTING IN ISLAM AND MUSLIM BELIEVES
With a short of one month left until Ramadan, now is the ideal time to begin getting ready for this favored month!
Frequently, when Muslims discuss preparations for Ramadan, they consider ways to build great deeds, like perusing more Qur’an and performing more night prayers. Ramadan is tied in with expanding our endeavors all things considered!
Ramadan is known for fasting. In contrast to night petitions or presenting Qur’an, we should quickly consistently in Ramadan, and we probably won’t carve out the opportunity to see the value in exactly the way that uses this activity is to our spirits, brains, bodies, and eventually our relationship with Allah (swt). This is the most blissful month in which Muslims believe to ask forgiveness for their sins.
Fasting is such a special action that only Allah knows the reward for it.
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