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  1. page Teachings of Islam Sunnah, Shariah, Quran, Jihad edited Sunnah ... of Islam, as we have seen, is the ... legislation and instruction instruction. …
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  2. page Teachings of Islam Sunnah, Shariah, Quran, Jihad edited Jerusalem is considered Islam's third holiest city after Mecca and Medina. Among Muslims Sunnah …
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    The prophetic teachings outside the Qur'an are called the Sunnah, the Traditions.The base
    of an earlier era it was referred toIslam, as al-Bayt al-Muqaddas; later it became known as al-Quds al-Sharif. In 638we have seen, is the Islamic Caliphate extended its dominion to Jerusalem. With the Arab conquest, Jews were allowed back into the city. The Rashidun caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab signed a treaty with Monophysite Christian Patriarch Sophronius, assuring him that Jerusalem's Christian holy placesQur'an, and population would be protected under Muslim rule.[55] Umar was led to the Foundation Stone on the Temple Mount,nothing is believed or commanded which he cleared of refuse in preparation for building a mosque. Accordingis contrary to the Gaullic bishop Arculf, who livedany revelation in Jerusalem from 679 to 688, the MosqueHoly Book. The Sunnah is the derived law of Umar was a rectangular wooden structure built over ruinsIslam which could accommodate 3,000 worshipers.every Muslim is obliged to obey. The Umayyad caliph Abd al-Malik commissionedProphet taught in three ways: by oral instructions; by the constructionexample of the Domehis personal behavior; and by his silence, his tacit approval of other people's actions, by letting others do as they pleased without comment or reproach. These three aspects of the Rock inProphet's teaching, speaking, acting, and approving , are the late 7th century. The 10th century historian al-Muqaddasi writes that Abd al-Malik builtbasis for the shrine in orderMuslim tradition called the Sunnah, and are considered to compete in grandeur with Jerusalem's monumental churches. Overbe the next four hundred years Jerusalem's prominence diminished as Arab powers in the region jockeyed for control.second source of Islamic legislation and instruction
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Wednesday, February 8

  1. page Islam and the World edited WORK ON. Currently, Islam is the fastest growing religion and takes up about 20% of the world's p…
    WORK ON.Currently, Islam is the fastest growing religion and takes up about 20% of the world's population. In January, 2011, there was about 1.62 billion Muslims around the world, about 1 in 4 people. Islam is still growing and will continue to grow for a very long time.
    Just last year (2011), bombs were placed in many Muslim countries such as Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. This caused many people to die, so many that it can't be calculated. Many countries are attacking Islam because of terrorists (like in 9/11). People have stereotyped that, because of the terrorist attack on 9/11, that all Muslims are bad and want to hurt other people.
    On the contrary, many Muslims live peaceful lives and simply following their religion. I think it's unfair because a whole group of people can be disliked because of a few untrustworthy people. People are going to war (both in America and Islamic countries included) because of hate and distrust.
    Current events in Islam is like many other countries. War, peace, financial problems, religious problems. In a way, Islam isn't that different from us and America.

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  3. page Teachings of Islam Sunnah, Shariah, Quran, Jihad edited Jerusalem is considered Islam's third holiest city after Mecca and Medina. Among Muslims of an earl…
    Jerusalem is considered Islam's third holiest city after Mecca and Medina. Among Muslims of an earlier era it was referred to as al-Bayt al-Muqaddas; later it became known as al-Quds al-Sharif. In 638 the Islamic Caliphate extended its dominion to Jerusalem. With the Arab conquest, Jews were allowed back into the city. The Rashidun caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab signed a treaty with Monophysite Christian Patriarch Sophronius, assuring him that Jerusalem's Christian holy places and population would be protected under Muslim rule.[55] Umar was led to the Foundation Stone on the Temple Mount, which he cleared of refuse in preparation for building a mosque. According to the Gaullic bishop Arculf, who lived in Jerusalem from 679 to 688, the Mosque of Umar was a rectangular wooden structure built over ruins which could accommodate 3,000 worshipers. The Umayyad caliph Abd al-Malik commissioned the construction of the Dome of the Rock in the late 7th century. The 10th century historian al-Muqaddasi writes that Abd al-Malik built the shrine in order to compete in grandeur with Jerusalem's monumental churches. Over the next four hundred years Jerusalem's prominence diminished as Arab powers in the region jockeyed for control.
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  4. page Virtual Trip (Google Earth) To Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem edited ... Jerusalem is considered Islam's third holiest city after Mecca and Medina. Among Muslims of an…
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    Jerusalem is considered Islam's third holiest city after Mecca and Medina. Among Muslims of an earlier era it was referred to as al-Bayt al-Muqaddas; later it became known as al-Quds al-Sharif. In 638 the Islamic Caliphate extended its dominion to Jerusalem. With the Arab conquest, Jews were allowed back into the city. The Rashidun caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab signed a treaty with Monophysite Christian Patriarch Sophronius, assuring him that Jerusalem's Christian holy places and population would be protected under Muslim rule.[55] Umar was led to the Foundation Stone on the Temple Mount, which he cleared of refuse in preparation for building a mosque. According to the Gaullic bishop Arculf, who lived in Jerusalem from 679 to 688, the Mosque of Umar was a rectangular wooden structure built over ruins which could accommodate 3,000 worshipers. The Umayyad caliph Abd al-Malik commissioned the construction of the Dome of the Rock in the late 7th century. The 10th century historian al-Muqaddasi writes that Abd al-Malik built the shrine in order to compete in grandeur with Jerusalem's monumental churches. Over the next four hundred years Jerusalem's prominence diminished as Arab powers in the region jockeyed for control.
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  6. page Virtual Trip (Google Earth) To Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem edited ... Medina is also an Important place because, for one thing, it is where Muhammad left to when he…
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    Medina is also an Important place because, for one thing, it is where Muhammad left to when he got kicked out of Mecca. Medina is also the place where Muhammad was buried underneath the green dome of a mosque.when Muhammad was alive, the first mosque built in Medina. it's called Masjid Quba'. The mosque was eventually destroyed by lightning in 850 CE.
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    Jerusalem is considered Islam's third holiest city after Mecca and Medina. Among Muslims of an earlier era it was referred to as al-Bayt al-Muqaddas; later it became known as al-Quds al-Sharif. In 638 the Islamic Caliphate extended its dominion to Jerusalem. With the Arab conquest, Jews were allowed back into the city. The Rashidun caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab signed a treaty with Monophysite Christian Patriarch Sophronius, assuring him that Jerusalem's Christian holy places and population would be protected under Muslim rule.[55] Umar was led to the Foundation Stone on the Temple Mount, which he cleared of refuse in preparation for building a mosque. According to the Gaullic bishop Arculf, who lived in Jerusalem from 679 to 688, the Mosque of Umar was a rectangular wooden structure built over ruins which could accommodate 3,000 worshipers. The Umayyad caliph Abd al-Malik commissioned the construction of the Dome of the Rock in the late 7th century. The 10th century historian al-Muqaddasi writes that Abd al-Malik built the shrine in order to compete in grandeur with Jerusalem's monumental churches. Over the next four hundred years Jerusalem's prominence diminished as Arab powers in the region jockeyed for control.
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    Jerusalem is considered Islam's third holiest city after Mecca and Medina. Among Muslims of an earlier era it was referred to as al-Bayt al-Muqaddas; later it became known as al-Quds al-Sharif. In 638 the Islamic Caliphate extended its dominion to Jerusalem. With the Arab conquest, Jews were allowed back into the city. The Rashidun caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab signed a treaty with Monophysite Christian Patriarch Sophronius, assuring him that Jerusalem's Christian holy places and population would be protected under Muslim rule.[55] Umar was led to the Foundation Stone on the Temple Mount, which he cleared of refuse in preparation for building a mosque. According to the Gaullic bishop Arculf, who lived in Jerusalem from 679 to 688, the Mosque of Umar was a rectangular wooden structure built over ruins which could accommodate 3,000 worshipers. The Umayyad caliph Abd al-Malik commissioned the construction of the Dome of the Rock in the late 7th century. The 10th century historian al-Muqaddasi writes that Abd al-Malik built the shrine in order to compete in grandeur with Jerusalem's monumental churches. Over the next four hundred years Jerusalem's prominence diminished as Arab powers in the region jockeyed for control.
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  8. page Virtual Trip (Google Earth) To Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem edited Mecca is an important place because it is the center of the Islamic religion,it also has the great…
    Mecca is an important place because it is the center of the Islamic religion,it also has the great mosque- also called the Ka'ba.
    It is also important because Muslims pray always toward Mecca. Mecca is the birth place of Islam.
    It is also where Muhammad was born, and where he was kicked out of.
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    Medina is also an Important place because, for one thing, it is where Muhammad left to when he got kicked out of Mecca. Medina is also the place where Muhammad was buried underneath the green dome of a mosque.when Muhammad was alive, the first mosque built in Medina. it's called Masjid Quba'. The mosque was eventually destroyed by lightning in 850 CE.
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