A traditional family board game with a board, tiles, tokens, check-marks and 750 question cards on the 5 pillars of Islam (150 cards for each pillar that is separated into 5 difficulty levels). In this game teams take turns to answer questions on the pillars of Islam at 5 difficulty levels. In exchange for answering correctly they win points and pillar tiles which they place on their team's pillar on the board. They have to strategically collect tiles to see which team can collect all tiles and fill their pillar on the board first. The catch during the questioning round is similar to the catch in Who Wants To Be A Millionaire in that whenever a team takes a chance to go to the higher level question in a pillar round they may lose points/tiles they already collected in the lower levels if they get the higher level wrong.