March 19, 2013
In the history of Islam secularism, which is the ideology of promoting social or political views before the ideas of Islam, it is also described as the separation of public life/civil government matters from religious teachings and commandments. Secularism is often condemned but Muslims who feel that religious views should be removed from the public circuit. Secular states have been involved in the Muslim religion since the middle ages. Many Muslim people argue that unlike other religions like Christianity, Islam does not separate religion and state, and is used as a significant role in political life. As the result of the Muslim people not agreeing with the secular states there is a dual system that is used by most of the Muslim population. The argument that secularism is the best way for the Muslim population to go has created some argument from the Muslim scholars that secularism is the best way to view the Sharia. But then many Muslims feel that enforcing the Sharia through coercive power of the state, takes away from the natural nature of the religion. That would be a result of the Muslims observing the law instead of performing the religious obligations that Muslims feel so connected to. Secularism has generally acquired negative connotations in most Muslim-majority countries, is often criticized for being against the real spirit of Islam ideology.
Pillar of Salat The five pillars of Islam are the five basic acts in Islam, the foundation of life for all Muslims. The Quran presents the five pillars as the framework for worship, and a sign of commitment to the spiritual faith. The five pillars are known to go like this: belief, worship, charitable giving, fasting during the month of Ramadan, and the pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in a lifetime. The minority of Shia and the majority of Sunni both agree on the essential details for the performance and practice of these acts. The only obvious difference