S: Seasons of Change
BC: Lindsay and Jacquelyn are looking forward to seeing you in our extraordinary quest to achieve Allah's praise
1: Founder | The founder of the Islamic religion was Muhammad. He was said to be the last prophet sent from god to mankind. He was the leader of Mecca and unified Arabia under the Islamic faith. Born around 570 CE in Mecca, the Muslims cherished him. Muslims are the followers of the Islamic faith and it means "one who submits." | The Islamic god is Allah. The Islamic faith believes that this god is their one and only. | Muhammad | "Allah"
2: The Five Pillars | In the Islamic religion, Muslims must do the following five things: -They must pray everyday, five times a day, facing the holy city of Mecca. -Must recite a statement saying that Allah is the one and only God when joining (Shahada) -On certain months and holidays, they must fast
3: -Pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in their lifetime -Almsgiving
5: The Holy book of Muslims | The holy book of Muslims is the Quran. It holds the sacred text of Islam and Muslims believe it records the words revealed to Muhammad by God.
6: We would like to invite you to join us in this educational adventure as we explore the Islamic faith. | - Lindsay Martin & Jacquelyn Ferguson
10: You are | invited! | "Our religion allows you to enjoy life and relax. It makes you feel closer to Allah and the Holy City of Mecca. Our holidays bring each other closer and you are free to eat without silverware or napkins."
11: "If you follow us through spectacular journeys of the Islamic faith, you | will soon realize that our god, Allah, will love you for eternity and will bless you with freedom, love and good omens."
14: Holidays | -Muharram (New Year) -Eid al- Adha (Day of Sacrifice) -Eid l- Fitr (Day of breaking fast)
15: Books and Major Cities | Mecca and Medina are the holiest cities. | The four books: -Qur'an -Tawrat -Zabur -Injil | Mecca | Medina
16: Beliefs | A) Oneness of Lordship: To believe that Allah is The ONLY Creator, Provider, and The Commander. | B) Oneness of Worship: To believe that Allah is the ONLY God who should be worshiped, and obeyed as Allah prescribed.
17: C) Oneness of Allah's Names and Attributes: To believe that Allah Is Perfect and His Names and Attributes are Perfect according to what Allah tells us about Himself in the Quran, believing that those Names and Attributes, in their perfection, belong only to Allah.