Muslims are 'obliged' to carry out several actions or practices as part of their religious commitment, namely Shahadah, which is reciting a statement of faith, Zakat which is the paying of a religious tax, and Sawm, which is the act of fasting.
What is the Shahadah?
The name of a mosque
The Muslim statement of faith
A Muslim prophet
The Shahahdah is which pillar of faith?
Who is the prophet named in the Shahadah?
The prophet Adam
The prophet Moses
The prophet Muhammad
What fraction of a Muslim’s income and savings is donated as Zakat?
The optional Muslim practice of additional giving to charity is known as?
When do Muslims fast during Ramadan?
Between noon and sunset
Between dawn and sunset
Between sunset and dawn
What does the word halal mean?
Muslims fast during Ramadan for a period of?
During Ramadan Muslims must not only fast but refrain from?
Going to school
The birth ceremony when the Shahadah is recited in known as what?