ıslam

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Englisch - Türkisch

Definition von ıslam im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

Islam
İslamiyet
Islam
İslam

Hz. Meryem, İslam'da iffetin ve masumiyetin simgesidir. - St. Mary is the symbol of chastity and innocence in Islam.

Twitter İslâm'ın en büyük düşmanları arasındadır. - Twitter is among the biggest enemies of Islam.

Islam
{i} İslam alemi
Islam
{i} İslâm
canonical law of Islam
şeriat
islamic
islam'a ait
Fasting in the religion Islam
Oruç, oruç tutmak
Islam
molla
Islam
salavat
Islam
bismillah
Islam
Islam
Islam
Hanefi
Islam
evliya
Islam
zekât

İslam'ın beş şartı; şehadet etmek, namaz kılmak, oruç tutmak, zekat vermek ve hacca gitmektir. - The five pillars of Islam are belief, worship, fasting, almsgiving, and pilgrimage.

Islam
ıslam alemi
Islam
salat
Islam
Hanbeli
Islam
iftariye
Islam
Maliki
Islam
sevap
Islam
iftar
Islam
başimamlık
Islam
sünnet
islamic
islâmla ilgili
islamic
{s} İslam, İslami, Müslüman
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von ıslam im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

Islam
A monotheistic religion that originated with the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) having the same roots as Christianity and Judaism; its revelatory scripture is the Qur'an; its followers are Muslim
Islam
A monotheistic religion that originated with the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) having the same roots as Christianity and Judaism; its revelatory scripture is the Quran; its followers are Muslim
Islam
Islam is the religion of the Muslims, which was started by Mohammed
Islam
Some people use Islam to refer to all the countries where Islam is the main religion. relations between Islam and the West. Major world religion founded by Muhammad in Arabia in the early 7th century AD. The Arabic word islam means "submission" specifically, submission to the will of the one God, called Allah in Arabic. Islam is a strictly monotheistic religion, and its adherents, called Muslims, regard the Prophet Muhammad as the last and most perfect of God's messengers, who include Adam, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and others. The sacred scripture of Islam is the Qurn, which contains God's revelations to Muhammad. The sayings and deeds of the Prophet recounted in the sunna are also an important source of belief and practice in Islam. The religious obligations of all Muslims are summed up in the Five Pillars of Islam, which include belief in God and his Prophet and obligations of prayer, charity, pilgrimage, and fasting. The fundamental concept in Islam is the Sharh, or Law, which embraces the total way of life commanded by God. Observant Muslims pray five times a day and join in community worship on Fridays at the mosque, where worship is led by an imam. Every believer is required to make a pilgrimage to Mecca, the holiest city, at least once in a lifetime, barring poverty or physical incapacity. The month of Ramadan is set aside for fasting. Alcohol and pork are always forbidden, as are gambling, usury, fraud, slander, and the making of images. In addition to celebrating the breaking of the fast of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate Muhammad's birthday (see mawlid) and his ascension into heaven (see mirj). The d al-A festival inaugurates the season of pilgrimage to Mecca. Muslims are enjoined to defend Islam against unbelievers through jihad. Divisions occurred early in Islam, brought about by disputes over the succession to the caliphate (see caliph). About 90% of Muslims belong to the Sunnite branch. The Shites broke away in the 7th century and later gave rise to other sects, including the Ismls. Another significant element in Islam is the mysticism known as Sufism. Since the 19th century the concept of the Islamic community has inspired Muslim peoples to cast off Western colonial rule, and in the late 20th century fundamentalist movements (see Islamic fundamentalism) threatened or toppled a number of secular Middle Eastern governments. In the early 21st century, there were more than 1.2 billion Muslims in the world. Islam Pillars of Nation of Islam Sarekat Islam
Islam
{i} monotheistic religion based on the teachings of the prophet Mohammed which are written out in the Koran; body of Muslim believers, Muslims; Muslim world
Nation of Islam
A religious and political organization with the declared aim of "resurrecting" the spiritual, mental, social and economic condition of the black people of America and the world
Afrika Islam
(born 1962 as Charles Andre Glenn) American rap disc jockey and music producer
Five Pillars of Islam
{i} Pillars of Islam, five basic tenets of the Islamic faith (they are: belief in Allah and in Muhammad as his prophet, prayer, charity, fasting, making a pilgrimage to Mecca)
Islam
Muhammadanism
Nation of Islam
religious and cultural organization for blacks that was founded in 1913 (advocates separatism, economic independence, knowledge of black history, and a nonorthodox form of Islam)
Nation of Islam
A religious and cultural organization founded in 1931 in the United States, espousing Islamic principles and favoring political, social, and economic independence for African Americans. a US black rights organization, which was founded in 1930 by Farad Mohammad. For many years its leader was Elijah Muhammad until his death in 1975. Its members have included Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali. or Black Muslims African American religious movement that mingles elements of Islam and black nationalism. It was founded in 1931 by Wallace D. Fard, who established its first mosque in Detroit, Mich. Fard retired into obscurity and his assistant Elijah Muhammad, who founded a second temple in Chicago, took over in 1934. He asserted the moral and cultural superiority of Africans over whites and urged African Americans to renounce Christianity as a tool of the oppressors. His teachings also included the traditional Islamic tenets of monotheism, submission to God, and strong family life. The Nation of Islam grew quickly after World War II, and in the early 1960s it achieved national prominence through the work of Malcolm X. Leadership disputes led Malcolm to form a separate organization and finally to his assassination in 1965. In the 1970s Elijah Muhammad was succeeded by his son, Wallace D. Muhammad (b. 1933), who renamed the organization the American Muslim Mission. In 1985 he dissolved the Mission, urging its members to become orthodox Muslims. A splinter group headed by Louis Farrakhan retains the movement's original name and principles. In the early 21st century there were approximately 10,000 members of the Nation of Islam
Pan-Islam
movement which supports the political union of all Moslem countries
Pillars of Islam
{i} Five Pillars of Islam, 5 basic tenets of the Islamic faith (they are: belief in Allah and in Muhammad as his prophet, prayer, charity, fasting, making a pilgrimage to Mecca)
Pillars of Islam
Five duties incumbent on every Muslim. The first is the profession of faith in the one God and in Muhammad as his Prophet. The others are prayer five times a day, the giving of alms to the poor, fasting during the month of Ramadan, and the hajj, or pilgrimage to Mecca
Sarekat Islam
First nationalist political party in Indonesia to gain wide popular support. Founded in 1912 to promote the interests of Muslim merchants, it soon began working for the self-government of the Dutch East Indies. Its religious appeal helped it grow rapidly, and by 1916 it claimed 350,000 members. As it became increasingly involved in revolutionary activities, communist elements entered the organization. A struggle for power ensued between religious leaders and communists, which culminated in the party dividing in 1921. Sarekat Islam declined after the departure of its left wing
Shi'a Islam
{i} Shia Islam, Shi'ite Islam, branch of religion of Islam that believes that Ali (the cousin of Muhammad) and his descendants are the true successors of Muhammad
Shi'ite Islam
{i} Shi'a Islam, branch of religion of Islam that believes that Ali (the cousin of Muhammad) and his descendants are the true successors of Muhammad
Shia Islam
{i} Shi'a Islam, Shi'ite Islam, branch of religion of Islam that believes that Ali (the cousin of Muhammad) and his descendants are the true successors of Muhammad
Yusuf Islam
{i} Cat Stevens (born 1948), English singer songwriter and musician who converted to Islam
islamic
of or relating to or supporting Islamism; "Islamic art"
radical Islam
fundamental Islam
ıslam

    Silbentrennung

    Is·lam

    Türkische aussprache

    îsläm

    Aussprache

    /əˈsläm/ /ɪˈslɑːm/

    Etymologie

    [ is-'läm, iz-, -'lam, 'is- ] (noun.) 1817. Arabic إسْلام (‘islām, “submission (to the will of God)”). The root is the same as that of سَلام (salām).
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