Islam's believe that Allah is the son of god and Muhammad is his messenger. Their Holy Book is the Koran or Quran and they pray five times a daily facing Mecca and Friday prayers are at mosque. Their leader can be called a Mullah and Imam. Their basic acts of worship for Muslims is called The Five Pillars of Islam which are: declaration of faith, prayer, charity, fasting, and making a pilgrimage to Mecca (in Saudi Arabia) aka Makkah. Ramadan is the month Allah (God) revealed his message to Muhammad. At the end of Ramadan Eid al-Fitr and Eid al Adha takes place where they wear new clothes, decorate their homes, and prepare special foods. They visit friends and family and exchange gifts. Eid al- Adha is a festival at the end of the hajj in Makkah where Muslims honor Abraham and some families sacrifice sheep and goats share the meat with family, friends, and the poor.
Where Islam's go to Pray.
Mullah or Iman
Muezzin leads a call to prayer, traditionally from high atop minaret. Loudspeakers are often used today.
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