Islam began in the Middle East, the 7th Century, when the prophet Muhammad, the recipient, and God’s messenger had begun receiving divine revelation from God. He recorded all revelation into a Qur’an, forming the bases of the Islamic faith. His prophetic saying, hadith describes his life and the existence of supreme God as opposed to polytheistic beliefs of the ancient Islamic people in the Arabian Peninsula. Muhammad and his wife Khadija moved from Mecca to Medina in 622, where they established active and huge followers, hence making the first year of the Islamic calendar or hijra. Besides the Quran and Muhammad, Islam has other unifying five pillars that include; the ritual prayer or the Salat meaning Muslims have to pray five times a day, the professional ritual prayer, shahada, submission to one supreme God, Allah. Other pillars are Zakat, doing charity work to those in need, sawm meaning fasting during Ramadhan, and finally, Hajj honoring pilgrimage to Mecca, preferably once in one’s lifetime. Therefore, being influential in society, Islamic is the second largest religion after Christianity; thus, making it a simple of unity. Consequently, it is a universal religion since it is professed in different parts of the world, and just like Christianity, it has its traceable origin.