Please click on the link above for the next part of the fasting series for young children. It covers what should and shouldn’t be done during the fast as well as the times for starting and ending the fast. An updated version of this document will be uploaded when it is ready in 3shaa Allaah.
Normally, we have an Islamic Studies every Friday. We talked about the five Pillars of Islam last Friday. I hope this article will inspire you to discuss about the five Pillars of Islam with your children.
The Five Pillars of Islam.
There are five pillars in Islam. The five pillars of Islam are duties which are obligatory on all Muslims. These duties are Shahadah, Salaah, Zakaat, Saum and Hajj.
The 1st pillar is Shahadah. The Shahadah is the Muslim declaration of Faith. In Arabic [ʾašhadu ʾan] lā ilāha illā-llāh, wa [ʾašhadu ʾanna] muḥammadan rasūlu-llāh. In English, “[I testify that] there is no god (ilah) but God (Allah), and [I testify that] Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.”
The 2nd pillar is Salaah. Salaah is prayers, that are performed five times a day. Continue reading →
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