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Which of the following can you infer from the fifth pillar of Islam? a. Other religions do not require their believers to fast. b. Mecca is important to Muslims. c. Muhammad’s home was in Medina. d. There are no cities that are holy to Islam.
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You can infer from the fifth pillar of Islam that: b. Mecca is important to Muslims.

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The Taj Mahal was part of which empire? a. The Mughal Empire c. The Ottoman Empire b. The Safavid Empire d. None of the above User: Which of the following best summarizes the Five Pillars of Islam? a. They are stories about the life of Muhammad. b. They are the basis for law in Muslim countries. c. They are acts of worship required of all Muslims. d. They are rules about how Muslims should treat others.
Weegy: hich of the following best summarizes the five pillars of Islam? answer: C) they are acts of worship required of all Muslims source states: The five pillars of Islam have been mentioned in the holy Qur'an at different places in different [ verses. These are: 1. Tauheed - Belief in ONE Almighty God (Allah) having No Parents, No Off-Spring, NO Associate , No Partner. The sole Creator, Sustainer, Provider and Ruler of the Universe. 2. Offering prayer five times a day 3. Paying 2.5% zakat (Charrity0 on annual saving 4. Keeping fast during the month of Ramazan 5. Performing Hajj once in life. source: ] User: Which of the following is the central teaching of Islam? a. Allah will grant life in paradise to all who obey him. b. Allah is the only God and Muhammad is his prophet. c. On the final day Allah will judge all people. d. Muslims must wash before praying to be pure before Allah. Weegy: B) Allah is the only god and Muhammad is his prophet is the central teaching of Islam. User: Mecca’s rulers approved of Muhammad’s teachings and helped spread the Islamic message. Weegy: Is FALSE.Mecca's rulers immediately approved of Muhammad's teaching and helped spread the Islamic message. (More)
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The Taj Mahal was part of mughal empire.


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