Within Islam, there are compulsory duties that Muslims must try to carry out. Sunni Muslims refer to their duties as the Five Pillars of Islam, and Shi’a Muslims refer to theirs as the Ten Obligatory Acts.
What is Khums?
A stage of the Hajj pilgrimage
A 20 per cent annual tax
One of the five daily prayers
What does Amr-bil-Maroof mean?
Encouraging people to do what is good
Discouraging people from doing what is wrong
Showing love for God
What completes the following phrase from the Shahadah? "There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is…”
The seal of the Prophets
The Prophet of Allah (or “His Messenger”)
What are the cycles Muslims perform during prayer called?
In a mosque, what marks the direction of Makkah (Mecca)?
On what night do Muslims believe Allah will forgive sins?
Night of Power
Night of Glory
Night of Forgiveness
What is significant about Mount Arafat?
Hajira found water there
Muhammad received his revelation there
Muhammad gave his final sermon there
What is greater jihad?
The personal struggle to be a good Muslim
The defence of Islam
A holy war
When is Id-ul-Fitr celebrated?
At the end of Hajj
At the end of Ramadan
On the day that Husayn was killed
What forms the foundation for the other four pillars of Islam?