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The term "Pillars of Islam” is absolutely non-Qur’anic. There is no such term as 'Imaadil Islam' or 'Imaad-id-Deen’ in the Book of Allah, nor even in Hadith! ['Imaad' means pillars.] But the Muslim clergy, the "Imams" of Hadith, invented the so-called Five Pillars of Islam in the third century after the exalted Prophet Muhammad.
The Sunni Pillars: *Iman (Conviction in Truth) – *Salat (relegated to ritual prayers five times a day) - *Zakaat (degraded to 2.5% annual charity or poor-due) - *Saum (reduced to fasting in the month of Ramadhan) - *Hajj (Pilgrimage to Makkah).
The clergy, however, abjectly fail to describe a beautiful building on these “Pillars”.
Guarding Human Rights and doing actions that benefit people are the Central Themes in the Qur’an. Give and grow!
I can imagine “Imam” Bukhari committing an atrocious forgery, writing an incomplete, erroneous sentence with a fibrillating heart and a trembling hand, "Al-binaa-il-Islam ‘ala khams.” (The building of Islam is on five.) Notice the word 'Pillars' missing even here, betraying his attempt at frank forgery.
The Shi’ah Pillars are quite different: *Tawheed (Monotheism) – *‘Adl (Justice) - *Nubuwwat (Belief in the prophets of God) - *Imamat (Imamate or belief in "Imams") -*Qiyamat (Resurrection).
Belief in TAQDEER (predestiny) was a shameful introduction by the Criminal "Imam" Ahmad bin Hanbal.