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Sigma KEE - ReligiousProcess
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ReligiousProcess
An OrganizationalProcess that is carried out within or by a ReligiousOrganization.
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Parents OrganizationalProcess An IntentionalProcess that involves an Organization.
Children AqiqahA Muslim rite in which a special meal is hosted in celebration of having a new born baby.
 BaptizingA ReligiousProcess which marks the acceptance of the person being baptized into the ReligiousOrganization.
 EidAladhaA socioreligious event which commemorates the Prophet Ibrahim's (Abraham's) willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail. Muslims slaughter a lamb as an act of gratitude to God who saved Ismail by sending the angels with a great lamb to be slaughtered instead of Ismail.
 HajjThe Pilgrimage to Mecca in Islam. It is the fifth obligatory Pillar of the Five Pillars of Islam for those who are ablebodied and can afford to do pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in their lifetime. It takes place every year in the Islamic month of Dhu al-Hijjah.
 IhramPeriodSpecial Muslim practices including the type of clothing, hair cutting/shaving and behaviour prior to and during Pilgrimage ceremonies.
 IslamicMilitancy
 KhitanA Circumcision performed as a religious rite in a social event on a Male child.
 PrayingA formal or informal process of private worship which may or may not be carried out in a ReligiousBuilding.
 ReligiousFuneralA ReligiousFuneral is a Funeral with specifically religious rites.
 ReligiousServiceA formal process of public worship which is typically carried out in a church, temple or other sanctified building and which typically accords with a prescribed set of rules.
 UdhiyahRitualA ritual in which a lamb is killed as sacrifice on the day of The Greater Eid (Eid Aladha).
 UmrahA pilgrimage to Meccca performed by Muslims that can be undertaken at any time of the year. According to some schools of Islamic thought, the Umrah is not compulsory (as with Hajj) but highly recommended.
 ZakatThe third of the Five Pillars of Islam and refers to spending at least 2.5% of one's wealth each year for the poor or needy.


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