Followers are called Muslims
Islamic Teachings and Believings
Islam focuses on the fact that there is only one God, called Allah. Islam first began when it was discovered by the Prophet Muhammad in Arabia. The Islam religion is mostly practiced in the Middle East, Asia, and to the north of Africa.
Muslims believe in a line of prophets, starting with Adam. Prophet Muhammad was the last Prophet sent by Allah. The first prophet was Adam. Muslims believe in angels, in their holy books (such as Koran, also spelled Qur'an), and in Prophets. They also believe the Day of Judgement, a day where everyone decides whether they want to go to heaven or hell. Another Muslim belief is in the Predestination. This means that Allah has decided what will happen, and that it doesn't stop people from making free choices. They also believe that there are Five Pillars of Faith that every Muslim must perform.
The first is Declaration of Faith, or a statement saying you believe that the only God is Allah. The second is prayer, which means praying five times a day. The five times are dawn, early morning, midday, afternoon, dusk, and at night. The third pillar is charity, or donations. It also involves listening to your peers. The fourth pillar is pilgrimage, which means visting Hajj at least once in your life. The last pillar is fasting, which means fasting during Ramadan.
View of God
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