Muslim (Arabic: مسلم Muslim) is the fourth participle of Islam and refers to 'one who performs an act of submission'. That is, a person who believes in Islam, a Muslim. There is also a feminine form of muslimah (Arabic: مسلمة Muslimah), but the general term is 'Muslim'. In the foreign language notation of Korean, the English-language notation, “moslem,” is listed as the standard language, but it is pointed out that the notation “muslim” has a meaning of demeaning Muslims. is being used
Duty of Muslims
Muslims are those who believe in the only Allah and follow His Word. No one is worshiped except Allah the Creator (Moses, Jesus, Muhammad, saints, scholars, priests, ...).
Muslims believe in the Quran.
Pilgrimage to Mecca, attending Ramadan
Duty to give alms (of course, be careful not to shame the person being helped).
Obligation to abstain from food (haram) forbidden in Islam, such as alcohol and pork
Man's duty not to share seats with women and women not to share seats with men
Anything forbidden by Allah is forbidden to Muslims and is called haram, and what is permitted is called halal.
Pray 5 times a day.
In the 11th month of the Islamic calendar, sacrifices are made to Allah. At this time, cattle, sheep, and goats are sacrificed according to the halal ritual, 1/3 for family, 1/3 for those in need, and 1/3 for neighbors.