Islamic Belief 101

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    Beliefs of the Muslims


    Bismillah, I start by the name of Allah and ask Allah to raise the rank of Prophet Muhammad ameen.

    Knowing the Islamic belief is among the most important matters in Islam. And when we say Islamic belief it means:

    1. Talking about God, Allah, and his attributes.
    Ex: Allah is one, he has no partner in Godhood.

    2. Defining the attributes of Allah and what befits and what does not befit Allah.
    Ex: Allah is attributed with perfection; He is powerful and Merciful. Allah is clear from imperfection; He does not need any of his creations, He does get weak.

    3. Talking about the Prophets of Allah an their attributes.
    Ex: All prophets of Allah came with Islam; From Adam to Muhammad, they all worshiped Allah.

    4. Defining the attributes of the Prophets and what befits them and what does not befit them.
    Ex: All prophets were honest, brave, trustworthy slaves of Allah; Prophets do not commit blasphemy, major sins or mean sins. They do not lie and they never disobey Allah.

    So, Allah is one he has no partner. Allah created everything, and does not need any of his creations. Allah sent prophets to spread the religion of Islam. All prophets were Muslims. Prophet do not disbelieve in Allah, they do not commit blasphemy, major sins or mean abject sins.

    This is Islamic Belief. That’s the creed of the Muslims, the fundamentals of Islam.
     
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    Allah(Almighty, Subhananhu)


    Allah is one.
    Allah is great.
    Allah is powerful.
    Allah is alive with life not like ours.
    Allah is clear of imperfection.
    Allah is attributed with all proper perfection.

    Allah is not something imagined in the mind.
    Allah is not a body or form.
    Allah is not a soul or form.
    Allah is not a creation.

    Allah has no partners in Godhood.
    Allah has no wife or son.
    Allah has no children.

    Allah does not change.
    Allah does not reside in the heavens.
    Allah does not dwell in things
    Allah does not resemble the creations in any way.

    Allah created the universe, the place, the heavens, the throne, the earth.
    Allah created the angels to obey him.
    Allah created the Jinn and Humans.
    Allah created everything.

    Allah exists without a beginning.
    Allah existed eternally before the creations.
    Allah existed when there was no place, no throne, no heavens, no earth, no time, no light nor darkness.
    Allah exists without 'how' or 'where'.
    Allah exists without a place.
     
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    How one Becomes a Muslim

    One becomes a Muslim by believing in the Two Testifications of Faith and uttering (saying) them with the intention of leaving out blasphemy.

    Quote:
    The Two Testifications of Faith In English are:

    I bear witness that no one deserves to be worshiped except Allah and
    I bear witness that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah
    Hear it: http://www.alsunna.org/shahaadah_english.mp3

    In Arabic:
    أشهدُ أنْ لا إلهَ إلاَّ اللهُ وأشهدُ أنَّ محمّداً رسولُ الله

    Transliteration:
    (Ashhadu Alla-Ilaha Illallah, Wa Ashhadu Anna Muhammadar-Rasulullah)
    Heart it: http://www.alsunna.org/shahaadah_arabic.mp3


    The non-Muslim embraces Islam by believing in the Two Testifications of Faith and uttering them with the intention of leaving out blasphemy. The first Testification means that no one or thing deserves to be worshipped except God Who is the Creator of everything.

    The second Testification states that Muhammad the son of ^Abdillah who was born in Makkah about 1400 years ago is a messenger of God. He was sent to convey what God revealed to him so that the humans believe in and work with the Laws he received and brought. He is truthful in all what he conveyed. The Two Testifications reject the Godhood of anyone or anything other than God. They confirm the Godhood of God (Allah) only with the acknowledgment of the message of prophet Muhammad.
     

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