The first Pillar of Faith is Shahadah , or to show that you have faith in their actions. Muslims must show that they believe in one God and in Muhammad being the prophet, a Muslim must say, “I bear witness that there is no other god but God, and that Muhammad is the prophet and messenger of God.”The second Pillar of Faith is Salat , the everyday prayer. Throughout Muslim neighborhoods, people have to pray at least five times a day: at dawn, noon, mid-afternoon, sunset, and after sunset. Before praying, Muslims must do a ritual of washings of their hands, feet, face and arms. They face the Qiblah, which is in the direction of Makkah to pray. Men and women are separated into rooms.The third Pillar of Faith is Zakat, or giving away. Muhammad told the rich people they had to share their money with the poor. Muslims believe that wealth purifies them by giving some of their riches away, and that sharing their money and belongings helps control greed. Zakat also reminds people of God’s great gifts to them which makes them feel pure. According to the teachings of Islam, Muslims must share about 1/14 of their wealth each year with their poor neighbors. They are encouraged to give even more if they can. The fourth Pillar of Faith is Siyam , also known as fasting. The Qur’an instructs Muslims to fast for an entire month during Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. Muslims use a calendar based on the phases of the moon. During Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. The sick, the youth, pregnant women, the old people, and travelers do not have to fast they are given a break due to their age and condition.The fifth and final Pillar of Faith is Hajj, the trip to the holy city of Makkah. In the twelfth month of the Islamic year, millions of people who believe, from all over the world get together at Makkah. Muslims who are able to make the trip to the holy city are expected to take the trip at least once in their whole life.