Religions have existed from the dawn of human history, and almost always include unique iconography, or symbolic representations of the stories told within the religion, examples of which are often worn as adornment to indicate adherence to that particular religion's belief structure.
In the Muslim faith, the use of holy symbols is discouraged and/or prohibited, but certain Cultural Symbols have come to be associated with Muslims, the adherents of the Islamic faith.
Muslim Cultural Iconography includes: The Star and Crescent, Arabic script of the word Allah, Sword (Shi'ite), Eight-Pointed Star with Circle Center [ancient-symbols.com], Hand with Eye, Eye
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary tells us that Islam is, "the religious faith of Muslims, including the belief in Allah as the sole deity and in Muhammad (PBUH) as his prophet, and the Qur'an (Quran, Koran) as the central religious text."
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