This religion arose in Arabia in the seventh century. They say that God revealed himself to Muhammad and inspired him to begin a new religion. His followers are called Muslims, that is to say "those who are obedient to God". Islam is also a community of believers who have tapped into this religion and have adapted this as the rules of their life and civilization for fourteen centuries.
[...] Particulars of Morocco Islam is the official religion and the most practiced religion in Morocco of the Moroccan population follows Islam. Brief history Islam was introduced to Morocco for the first time in 670 by the General Arab Oqba Ibn Nafaa , who was sent by the Umayyads . The Idrissid were the first Muslim dynasty to rule over Morocco in the year 788. After adopting Islam, several Berber dynasties formed their own Islamic reign over the country. Most Berbers converted to Islam after the Arabs brought more Muslims and their culture and customs into Morocco. [...]
[...] Conclusion Especially another important fact that is asserted is that "On the choice of society and issues of modernization, many Moroccans do not know what to think”. The perspective of elites is therefore crucial. We need leaders to take risks. The reluctance of power over religious matters does not help the Moroccans and makes the bed of extremism. A question not asked in Morocco is: "Do you believe in God? But the weekly magazine Tel Quel praised "the skill of the pollster" in relation to taboos like the fasting during the month of Ramadan. It shows that 60% considered someone who does not [...]
[...] Survey of the values and the religious practices in Morocco On this occasion, twenty researchers were deployed on the ground in the 16 regions of the kingdom to meet 1156 people, a sample of the population provided by the High Commission for Planning (HCP. So far outweighed a certain "political timidity, says Mohamed Tozy. The Moroccans did not want to live with him, for fear of some answers coming out or confirming certain political tendencies. The study tested the hypothesis of an ongoing secularization of the Moroccan society. [...]
[...] He felt that Morocco lived in ignorance and paganism. He considered that a state based on human laws and not on the divine laws from the Quran, is a godless state. He feels that an alternative state based on Sharia and a return to fundamentalist Islam and the Caliphate is the ultimate means of governance. Contrary to the ruling Justice and Development Party which remains legalistic, Al Adl Wal Ihsan opposes the section of the Moroccan constitution that stipulates the King as the Commander of the Faithful. [...]
[...] The practice of Islam The five pillars or beliefs of Islam that a believer must adhere to are: Faith, Ritual prayer, five times a day, Fasting in the month of Ramadan, The Hajj pilgrimage to the Mecca and The alms. Muslims reject the images of Allah. His Prophet and believers believe that because man was created in the image of God, there should be no pictorial representation of God. There is no sacrament in Islam. The Islamic tradition defines a series of recommendations and prohibitions, particularly in food. [...]
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