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The five pillars of Islam:
Islam has five pillars that are truly the pillars, foundations and rules on which the right Islamic method is based. Al-Mustafa – peace and blessings be upon him – mentioned it in the noble prophetic hadith narrated by the great companion Abdullah bin Omar – may God be pleased with them – where he said:
I heard the Messenger of God say: (Islam was built On the fifth: a testimony that there is no god but God and that Muhammad is the Messenger of God, the establishment of prayer, the payment of Zakat, the Hajj, and the fast of Ramadan).
1. The Profession of Faith—The Shahada
The meaning of the two testimonies (for a Muslim to testify two testimonies of Islam saying: “I bear witness that there is no god but God and I testify that Muhammad is the Messenger of God)”
God Almighty said: “Muhammad is the Messenger of God, and those with him are strong against the disbelievers, there is no mercy among them: God doesn’t exist.” Almighty- and h Dah, and that he has no partner, but he is one in his divinity, deism, names and attributes.
2. Every day Prayers—Salat
Prayers are the pillar of Islamic religion, and the first thing that a Muslim slave is held accountable for on the Day of Resurrection is prayer. Five obligatory prayers in the day and night, and a Muslim must perform the five obligatory prayers according to their time.
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3. Contributions Giving—Zakat
Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam, and it is a right that is obligatory in the money in special cases at a specific time, and zakat is the amount that must be paid from the money of Muslims to those who deserve it.
That is in the money that reached the legal quorum of a limited amount in Islamic law with a precise system and with certain conditions, and it is released to On the amount that is extracted from the total amount of money recommended.
4. Fasting amid Ramadan—Saum
Fasting is defined as abstaining from all things that break the fast from true dawn to sunset, with the intent to draw closer to God and obey Him, and to abide by His glory be to Him. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam, and it has special provisions and legal legitimacy, and must be adhered to as it came without increasing or decreasing
5. Journey to Mecca—Hajj
Among the five pillars of Islam is also the pilgrimage that God Almighty has imposed on Muslims once in a person’s life, on the condition of a healthy and financial ability, and that the path to the pilgrimage be safe so that if he leaves his country and travels to the pilgrimage, he secures the path and his evils are mostly
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