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Islamic Culture



Culture Includes Attitudes Customs,And Beliefs that distinguish one group of People from another Culture is transmitted, through language, material objects, ritual, institutions, and art, from one generation to the next.

Islamic Culture There are over a billion Muslims throughout the world, and though they speak hundreds of different languages and live in Many of different countries, they still share a common Muslim culture. Muslim customs and traditions include Islamic/Muslim clothing, food, wedding traditions and other aspects of Islamic life that Muslims have adopted in their respective countries

Traditionally, Muslims observe two major festivals ('Id Al-Fitr and 'Id Al-Adha) and one month of daytime fasting (Ramadan).

Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan, the month of fasting. It is a time of celebration and thankfulness to God for the self-control practiced during Ramadan.

Eid Al-Adha begins on the 10th of Dhu'l-Hijja, the Last month of the Islamic calendar

In the religion of Islam, Eid ul-Azha or Eid ul-Azha "Festival of the Sacrifice" is a major festival that takes place at the end of the Hajj.

Islam Propagates the five laws that are fundamental Duties to unite Muslim in spirit.

These Are

1.Shahadah Or the Worship Of One God Only

2.Salah or Prayer Five Times In a day

3.Zakat or Donation of alms

4.Sawn Or fasting during Ramzan




5.Haj the pilgrimage to the Holy city Of  Macca

In Today’s trouble world,it is important to Differentiate between what is truly Islam and what is just as Muslim Culture covers a wide variety of subjects.many Islamic customs that are practiced today are not supported by the word of Allah in the Quran or the teachings of Prophet Muhammad in the Hadith But are simply local customs assumed to be Muslim culture.

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