Question by  momak42yahoocom (17)

What are the central beliefs of Islam?

I'm wondering about the actual religious beliefs of Islam, not the extremist political stuff.


Answer by  Simsim (69)

Islam believes in "Live and let live". It emphasizes on equality for all, importance of brotherhood and Peace. Main beliefs: Haj, Piligrimage to show Love to (Allah) God, fasting as a means of feeling what the needy in the world feels, Zakat (charity) a major pillar of Islam, Prayer 5 times a day to remember God and kindness towards all.

posted by Anonymous
To 1st "answer"? You are in darkness my friend. You need to look behind the veil that is drawn over the truth concerning Islam. The Quoran defines what Islam is, thats why its been corrupted/watered down from original Arabic - to promote the lie you stated!  add a comment

Answer by  jennyv8 (133)

The central theme of Islam is that there is only one God, whose name is Allah. You must believe and recite "There is no God but God, and Muhammad is his Prophet." Though many Muslims believe that one must also follow the Six Articles of Faith, this is not necessarily required.

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