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Islam (2 ESO)
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Islam (2 ESO)
Islam (2 ESO)
Islam (2 ESO)
Islam (2 ESO)
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Islam (2 ESO)
Islam (2 ESO)
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2 ESO bilingual; Origin and Expansion of Islam. What is Islam? The five pillars of Islam

2 ESO bilingual; Origin and Expansion of Islam. What is Islam? The five pillars of Islam

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  • 1. Islam What is Islam?
  • 2. Islam • Islam is the second largest religion in the world with over 1 billion followers. • The word 'Islam' in Arabic means submission to the will of God. • Followers of Islam are called Muslims. • Muslims believe there is one true God Allah (the Arabic word for God)
  • 3. Islam • Muslims believe that Islam was revealed over 1400 years ago in Mecca, Arabia through a man called Muhammed. • Muhammed is believed by Muslims to be the last prophet sent by God (Allah).
  • 4. The Origin of Islam • Islam originated on the Arabian Peninsula, a land which is mostly a huge desert.
  • 5. At that time (the 6th century), the interior of the Arabian Peninsula was inhabited by tribes of polytheistic Arab nomads. Main tribes and settlements of Arabia in Muhammad's lifetime
  • 6. The main cities of Yathrib (Medina) and Mecca were in the western part and they were crossroads for the merchant caravans coming for the Far East.
  • 7. Muhammed • Muhammed, the Islamic prophet, was born in Mecca around the year 570. • Muhammed’s teachings were written down in the Koran, the Muslim’s sacred book, which contains Allah’s words to Muhammed. • The Koran has 114 chapters called suras, written in Arabic.
  • 8. A folio from an early Koran, written in Kufic script (Abbasid period, 8th– 9th century). Typical glass and enamel mosque lamp with the Ayat an- Nur or "Verse of Light” 11th-century North African Koran in the British Museum Koran inscriptions on Bara Gumbad mosque wall, Lodhi Gardens, Delhi, India.
  • 9. The five pillars of Islam • The Koran contains the five obligations of all Muslims believers, which are called the pillars of Islam. • They are as follows: – – – – – Belief (Shahada) Praying five times a day (Salat) Charity (Zakah) Fasting (Sawm) a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in a lifetime(Hajj)
  • 10. The five pillars of Islam • Belief (Shahada): the declaration of faith. Muslims believe that it’s only one God (Allah) and Muhammed is his prophet. • Praying five times a day (Salat). Muslims pray at dawn, mid-day, late afternoon, sunset and at night, just before bed.
  • 11. The Mosque • Muslims worship in a building called a Mosque. • On Friday at noon, the most important of the weekly services is held. • When Muslims pray, they must always face Mecca.
  • 12. The expansion of Islam Age of the Caliphs Expansion under the Prophet Muhammed, 622-632 Expansion during the Patriarchal Caliphate, 632-661 Expansion during the Umayyad Caliphate, 661-750

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