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The fifth pillar of Islam requires that Muslims complete the hajj. Which of the following best describes the Islamic significance of this specific pilgrimage? The hajj is a personal tribute to
Muhammad's pilgrimage. The hajj gives Muslims a deeper understanding of Abraham and Ishmael's journey. The hajj precedes a mystical revelation. The hajj is considered a Sacrament.
The hajj gives Muslims a deeper understanding of Abraham and Ishmael's journey best describes the Islamic significance of this specific pilgrimage
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