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Transcript
Founder
Muhammad
Isra: “Night
Journey”
Story of
“Muhammad’s
Night Journey”
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Sunni 83 %
Abu Bakr
Caliph why? Best
politically equipped
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Shia 16 %
Ali ibn Abu Bakr
Caliph why? Blood

SUFI FOLLOW BASIC TENANTS OF ISLAM; HOWEVER,
THEY ARE MORE MYSTICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL
Why?
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N. AFRICA TO CENTRAL ASIA, INDONESIA, PAKISTAN,
BANGLADESH
 Sincerely
makes
Declaration of Faith
 Shahadah: “There is no
God but God. Muhammad
is the messenger of god.”
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Mecca
Medina
Jerusalem (Dome of the Rock)

Burial: Wash Body/Face Mecca
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No depictions of humans

Caligraphy, geometric designs, Mosque
Depending on culture, people of faith are
conservatively clothed.
Burka, Niqub
Hijj


5 times daily

Leadership: Imam (Worship leader of Mosque)
Mosque: Muslim place of prayer
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(Photo: Malaysia)
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Judgment Day: Heaven v. Hell
Muhammad is messenger of God
Prophets: Jesus, Abraham, Moses
Quran is the sacred Text
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Holy Day: Friday
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In Afganistan and Iran, Friday is the first day of the
weekend.
Sharia Law: “Islamic Law”


Crime, Politics, Hygiene, Diet, Fasting, Prayer
Issue in today Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Iran
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Prohibited Food: Pork, Blood, Alcohol
Food Prepared according to Halal: meaning
“Permissible” in Arabic
Meat slaughtered by Christian or Jewish person
 Dhabihah
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
Both men and women are expected to dress with
dignity; clothing must be loose, cover entire body,
and not be see through.
THOBE
HIJAB
NIQUB
BURKA