Believers of Islam are called Muslims which means "Itinerant". They believe that the Quran was spoken to Muhammad by the angel Gabriel , and that it is the word of Allah. They view Muhammad as a prophet. Other beliefs and rules about what Muslims should do come from hadith. Linguistically, Islam is defined as surrender to the command of God without objection, without submission, rebellion, and stubbornness. Muslims believe that there were many other prophets before Muhammad since dawn of humanity, beginning with the Prophet Adam and including the Prophet Noah Nuh , the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim , and the Prophet Moses Musa.
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For Muslims, the five daily prayer times called salat are among the most important obligations of the Islamic faith. Prayers remind the faithful of God and the many opportunities to seek His guidance and forgiveness. They also serve as a reminder of the connection that Muslims the world over share through their faith and shared rituals. Prayer is one of Islam's Five Pillars , the guiding tenets that all observant Muslims must follow:. Muslims demonstrate their faithfulness by actively honoring the Five Pillars of Islam in their everyday lives.
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This article is about the demographic features of the population of Lebanon , including population density , education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population. Because the matter of religious balance is a sensitive political issue, a national census has not been conducted since , before the founding of the modern Lebanese state. Consequently, there is an absence of accurate data on the relative percentages of the population of the major religions and groups.