Islam a monotheistic faith regarded as revealed through Muhammad as the Prophet of Allah.

Tatyana Galarza and Eli Ekkert

Islam History

  • This religion started in the early seventh C.E. in the settled desert in the community of Mecca when Allah (the Hebrew word for god) sent the Quran to Mohammed.
  • Many Indonesians convert to Islam between the 15th and 17th centuries.
  • Mid-eighth century Islam expanded into the West( North Africa, Europe, and Central Asia.)
  • Continued to grow in Sub Saharan Africa and south and southeast Asia.
  • It expanded into areas controlled by the Byzantine Empire and Sassanian Empire
  • The Islam religion view Christianity and Judaism as earlier versions of Islam
Islam took this idea from the religion Christianity (Mary)
  1. The Islam religion view Christianity and Judaism as earlier versions of Islam.
  2. Many element of Islamic society's became integral parts of medieval and renaissance European cultural like the notion of chivalry and certain forms of music.
These are the 5 pillars of Islam. Every pillar means something different the pillars represents what people who follow this religion believe in and do to show that they believe like swam they wont eat for a whole month. and will explain in the video down below.
  • They believe in a Day of Judgement when righteous souls will go to heaven.
  • In this religion they believe that Muhammad is the equivalent of Jesus to the Muslims, a prophet.
  • Islam recognizes many Jewish and Christian prophets like Mosses and Abraham.
  • They believe that Allah sent his revelation to the prophet Muhammad.
  • According to the Quran Allah "created man from a clot of blood" but he had created man from fire.


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