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  • The articles of faith

    There are six pillars of Faith in Islam: 1. Belief in Allah (God), 2. Belief in His Angels, 3. Belief in His Books, 4. Belief in His Messengers, 5. Belief in the Last Day, and: 6. Belief in the Divine Preordainment and Divine Decree (Qadhaa' and Qadr). 1- Belief in Allah: This article means to believe that Allah is the One God, to whom worship.. More

  • The Oneness of Divinity

    Is there any convincing explanation for the secret of existence? The theory currently in vogue says that all existence is accidental and haphazard. In my opinion, only two ideologies remain in the realm of the probable. We can attribute life and universe to chance, and therefore, existence is meaningless. Alternatively, there is meaning of such magnitude.. More

  • Prophethood: the perception of realities

    Everyone who desires the dominance of Islam and who strives for that cause, should realize the importance of the prophethood of Muhammad, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, (may Allah exalt his mention) and the decisive role it has to play in today’s conflict of civilizations. They should address the issue by re-determining priorities and strategies... More

  • Every nation was sent a messenger

    It is an Islamic beliefthat every nation was sent a Messenger for their guidance. The important matter was the concept of Tawheed, or belief in the Oneness of Allah). The secondary matter was Sharee'ah, or religious Law, which kept changing from tribe to tribe and nation to another. Allah the Most High alone knows what is good for His creation. As.. More

  • Worship in Islam

    The concept of worship in Islam differs from that found in other religions and is, therefore, subject to misunderstanding. In general, worship is understood to mean the observance of certain rituals: prayer, fasting, giving charity, and other 'good' works. In Islam, however, worship is much more; it is one's entire life. The definition goes something.. More

  • Justice: Islam’s ultimate value

    Allah The Almighty Says (what means): "And the heaven He raised and imposed the balance. That you not transgress within the balance. And establish weight in justice and do not make deficient the balance.”[Quran 55:7-9] These verses of the Quran, which are mentioned in the chapter Ar-Rahmaan, or “(God) the All-Merciful” stand.. More

  • The light of the truth

    What Is Life? Man's existence in this world and the creation of this entire universe are not mere accidents or products of a fortuitous nature. This universe, every single atom of it, manifests and leads us to the realization of a Loving, Merciful and All-powerful Creator. Without a Creator, nothing can exist. Every single human being is aware that.. More

  • The purpose of creation – II

    The meaning of worship To understand why human beings need to worship God, one must first understand what is meant by the term 'worship.' The English term 'worship' comes from the old English 'weorthescipe' meaning 'honor'. Consequently, worship in the English language is defined as ‘the performance of devotional acts in honor of a deity’... More

  • The purpose of creation - I

    The purpose of creation is a topic that puzzles every human being at some point in his or her lifetime. Everybody, at some time or another, asks themselves the question: "Why do I exist?" or "For what purpose am I here on earth?" The variety and complexity of the intricate systems, which constitute the fabric of both human beings.. More

  • Prophethood: the root of the west-Islam contention

    An economist had once said: "Today, the only and the biggest threat to Western civilization is the faith and commitment of the Muslims to their Prophet Muhammad, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam which is the source of unlimited strength for them." Let us now briefly examine how. 1. The theoretical basis of Western civilization and the so-called.. More

  • Facts & misunderstandings about the Bible

    In the Quran Allah informs us that He revealed a number of books, including the pages of Prophet Abraham (Ibraaheem may Allah exalt his mention), the Psalms of Prophet David (Daawood may Allah exalt his mention), the Torah of Prophet Moses (Moosaa may Allah exalt his mention), the Injeel (Gospel) of Prophet Jesus (‘Eesaa may Allah exalt his mention),.. More

  • The call to Islam

    Islam is Allah's final Message to mankind in its most perfect form. This is proclaimed in the following verse (what means): "Today I have perfected your religion for you and I have completed thus My favors upon you and I have chosen for you Islam as your religion." [Quran 5: 3] Furthermore, Islam is the only religion accepted by Allah... More

  • The Quran is the delight of the heart

    Allah, the Exalted, revealed the Quran, to be a beacon of light that cannot be extinguished. It is a methodology and way of life that is perfect in all respects. In it is strength that cannot be equaled or repelled. It is the foundation of Eemaan (Faith) and the spring of knowledge. Allah willed that the Quran be what quenches the thirst for knowledge... More

  • Whom must we worship?

    The submission of man to His Creator is the essence of Islam. The name "Islam" is chosen by God (Allah) and not by man. It is the same unifying Message revealed to all the Prophets and Messengers by Allah, and which they spread amongst their respective nations. It was revealed in its final form to Muhammad, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam,.. More

  • Islam's concept of monotheism

    To an English-speaking audience, Islam is often advertised as a 'monotheistic religion in the tradition of Judaism and Christianity,' and we often, with the best of intentions, add: "The difference is, we only believe in One God." I am afraid, however, that this fails to capture the essence of Tawheed, Islam's concept of monotheism. It.. More

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The articles of faith

There are six pillars of Faith in Islam: 1. Belief in Allah (God), 2. Belief in His Angels, 3. Belief in His Books, 4. Belief in His Messengers, 5. Belief in the Last Day, and: 6. Belief in the Divine...More