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Furūʿ al-dīn (Arabic: فروع الدين), lit. branches/ancillaries of the faith, is a legal and theological term which refers to actions in Islam that have been legislated, and they are often discussed alongside the roots of faith which are known as the Usul al-din (which primarily pertain to beliefs as opposed to action). Some of the ancillaries of religion include: prayers, fasting, khums and zakat (religious taxes), hajj (pilgrimage), jihad (struggle), enjoining the good, forbidding the evil, and tawalli and tabarri.

Furu' al-Din

Prayer
Wajib: Daily PrayersEssentials of PrayerFriday PrayerEid PrayerAl-Ayat PrayerFuneral PrayerIstijari Prayer

Mustahab: Night PrayerGhufayla PrayerJa'far al-Tayyar Prayer


Other types of worship
FastingKhumsZakatHajjJihadEnjoining the goodForbidding the evilTawalliTabarri


Rulings on Tahara
Wudu'GhuslTayammumNajisMutahhiratTadhkiyaDhabh


Civil Law
WikalaWasiyyaDiman