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One of the key Islamic preaching the importance of which no Muslim can deny is prayer. It is one of the fundamental elements of faith and without accepting the authority of prayer and its significance it is impossible for a Muslim to practice Islam in.

Women's right in Islam. http://www.islamic-web.com/islam/what-is-the-method-of-making-a-muslim/

This graphic is an example of religion and women's rights, specifically the right to education. It shows that both western and Islamic faiths have fought for the right for a women to get an education.

A Bosnian pilgrim who left last December on pilgrimage to Makkah by foot arrived in the holy city after passing through seven countries including war-torn Syria.  “I arrived Saturday in Makkah. I am not tired, these are the best days of my life,” Senad Hadzic, 47, told AFP when reached by phone. He said he had covered some 5,700 km in 314 days of walking through Bosnia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Syria and Jordan to Makkah, with a backpack weighing 20 kg.

A Bosnian pilgrim who left last December on pilgrimage to Makkah by foot arrived in the holy city after passing through seven countries including war-torn Syria. “I arrived Saturday in Makkah. I am not tired, these are the best days of my life,” Senad Hadzic, 47, told AFP when reached by phone. He said he had covered some 5,700 km in 314 days of walking through Bosnia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Syria and Jordan to Makkah, with a backpack weighing 20 kg.

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The Story of the Shahada of Thâbit Bin Qays - tajweedulquran

Muslim pray on a heap of crushed stones during Eid al-Adha outside Jamia Masjid, which is undergoing construction, in Jammu October 27, 2012. REUTERS-Mukesh Gupta

Celebrating Eid al-Adha

Muslim pray on a heap of crushed stones during Eid al-Adha outside Jamia Masjid, which is undergoing construction, in Jammu October REUTERS-Mukesh Gupta

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women praying in dome or rock alAqsa

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Hajar al-Aswad (The Black Stone) - which is set in the eastern corner of the Ka’bah. Throughout the ages, innumerable people including many of the Prophets (a.s.), the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) himself, the Sahabah (r.a.), pious personalities and millions of Muslims who have performed Hajj and Umrah have placed their blessed lips on it.   More information: http://www.islamiclandmarks.com/saudi/makkah/haram_sharief/hajar_al_aswad.html

The picture above shows the Hajar al-Aswad (The Black Stone), which is set in the eastern corner of the Ka’bah. Tawaf is started and ended by facing this sacred stone.

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