Read Chapters 9 and 10
Five Pillars of Islam
All religions and cultures have things that they live by and morals that they find sacred to their religion. For the Islamic faith the Five Pillars are there’s, the Five Pillars are known to be the core beliefs. When it comes to the Islamic faith the Five Pillars are something that they take very seriously and it is a very important part of being on in this religion and the primary way they should leads their lives as an Islam follower. Even though all of these pillars are of some importance they are taught and sorted by which one is top priority in this faith.
According to those who follow the religion of Islam the Five Pillars is somewhat the foundation, what Islam is all about and what they stand for as a strong sect. Shahadah is the first of the Five Pillars, it is somewhat the declaration of their faith, what and who they believe in and serve. What this means is that there is no other God but God himself, and Muhammad is the appointed messenger of God however God is who they praise. Salah, the second pillar, is what the Islamic faith considers to be not only mandatory but obligated prayers. Usually Islamic followers are to perform the Salah five times a day. The third on this list of pillars is Zakat. Zakat describes the financial and social service or responsibility to God. Another word for this is almsgiving; Zakat tells followers they should give fixed portions of a Muslim's personal items or money for the sake of the whole Islamic or Muslim communities if needed, particularly for its neediest Islamic or Muslim brothers or sisters. It is summed up to be about 2 percent of a followers financial worth, and this does not include the other priorities, obligations and expenses for just their immediate family . Sawm, which is...