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several Muslim may anticipate that some one becomes a Muslim when he confesses belief in the Oneness of the Sincere Allah and in Muhammad as His last Prophrt(P.B.U.H) But this is too away the absolute meaning of Emaan(faith). The believe in Allah and His Prophet(P.B.U.H) Is not mean by something specified or plain formality. Belief in Islam is a dos of felicity acquired by goodness of affirmatory activity and formative conceptions The Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) said in one of his speeches: “O People Certainly a servant instrument not be counted as one of the Moslims until remaining poeple are secure from his hand and his ; and he will never achieve the goal of a Good Muslim until his brother (in belief) is secure from his bad actions and anger, and his near one is safe and secure from his stricness and angriness; and he leave never drive the platform of state one with Taqwa (Allah conscious) until he keeps away from those bad or wrong actions which make him to spiritually dirty himself. Certainly the mortal who Thusly, being a Muslim staleness be invulnerable from both the physical (not only by hand even his authority) of other brother and sister (in faith) as well as his words of mouth.


The Pillars of Faith

1:Belief in Allah as the one and exclusive Lord

  • Allah is the figure Muslims use for the dominant and single Creator, who created and rules everything.
  • The sipirit of belief for all Muslims is obeisance to Allah’s module.
  • Allah is everlasting, omniscient, and powerful…
  • Allah has e’er existed and will always immortal.
  • Allah knows everything that can be illustrious.
  • God can do anything that can be done.
  • Allah has no make or contour…
  • Allah begets not nor is he begotten
  • Allah is neither manly nor feminine.
  • God is rightful…
  • God rewards and punishes fairly.
  • But Allah is also soft.(Rahim)
  • A truster can meet Allah by praying, and by reciting the Qur’an.
  • Muslims only bow before Allah…
  • because only Allah is meriting of love.
  • The one and only Lord
  • All Muslims believe that God is one uncomparable:
  • There is only one Lord.
  • Allah has no children, no parents, and no partners.
  • Allah was not created by a being.
  • There are no modify, tiptop, or lesser Gods.

2:Belief in angels

what are told that these almost innumerable beingd who are extremely powerful are created in such a way that they always obey and never go agaisnt devine command,and continously serve and never tire of serving the Lord.
{Anbia,xxi 19-20, Tahrim,Lxv1:6}

3: Belief in the sacred books

A Muslim believe that Quran is a word of Allah.But it is not the only word.Allah sent many Prophets before Muhammad(P.BU.H) and He spokre to him.So a Muslim also believes(infact he would be not Muslim if he did not believe) in these earlier books, like the Torah and the Gospel, since the true believers are those who “believe in what has been sent down to thee (Muhammad)(P.B.U.H) and what has been sent down before thee” {Al Bakra,iv:4}

4: Belief in the All messengers of Allah (Prophets)…

Messenger are human being chosen by Allah who have conveyaing Allah’s message to other men and women. Being such a messenger is not a position that one attain by any concsiously designed effor.It is grace from Allah, but Allah grants this grace to those who are deserving of it. Msessengers are not then,like the rank and file of us. true,they are men but they are men of an extremely high moral,spirtual and intellectual standard that qualifies them-in the eyes of Allah.He supports the messenger with a clear ‘sign’that the proves the truth of his claim,and distinguishes him from false prophet,sorcerers and soothsayers none of them betrays the message or falls short being. Asked about Prophet Muahammad(P.B.U.H.) conduct his holy wife Ayesha(R.A) Said.”it was the Qur’an, meaning that he embodied all the ideals which the Qur’an

5: The Hereafter

If it is Allah who created man in the first place,why should be impossible for him to create hin when he dies?
Resurrection should be easier than originsl creation. “He it is He Who originates creation,then bring it back again and his (the later) is easier for him.” If you think about it carefully, you give move to see that the transfer of existence to the dead is so normal for huaman being, a thinking person does not to see a person coming to life is sufficiency to see other dead bodies reaching to spiritedness.

6: Qadar(Fate)

The original meaning of word Qadaris specified measure or amount whether of quantities or qualities.It has many other usage which branch out from this core.Thus yuqad-dir implementation, among another things, to abstraction or settle the abstraction,stance,etc..of something before you actually achieve it and it and it is this latter sense which interests us here. ;Allah is the creator of everything,but wheter He creates,He creates with Qadar.” [Qamar, LIV:49]

The Pillars of Islam


“There is no Allah but Allah, and Muhammad is his Messenger.”
This is the fundamental statement of the Islamic belief: anyone who cannot accepted this wholeheartedly is not a Believer(Muslim).
When a Moslem recites this they declare:
That Allah is the only Lord, and that Muhammad is his Prophet
That they individuallay accept this is absolutely true
That they leave obey all the commitments of Religion in their period.


salaah is the compulsory Islamic prayers, performed five times a day by Muslims. It is the second pillar of Islam.
Allah regulated Muslims to pray five times in a day.
Salaah al-fajr: cockcrow, before sunrise
Salaat al-zuhr: noontide, after the sun passes its maximal
Salaat al-‘asr: the last part of after-noon
Worship al-maghrib: just after Sun-set
Salaat al-‘isha: between hour and midnight
All Muslims try to do this.muslim kids at the age of 7 seven are encouraged to pray.

3: Fasting (As-siyam)

“Fasting in Ramadan develops in a individual the proper spirit of social happiness, of unity and organisation, and of equivalence before Allah. This emotion is the natural creation of the fact that when Muslim Fast they believe that they are firmly connect with their Lord as well who Muslim society in perceptive the similar duty, in the similar manner, at the same time, for the synoptic motives, and for the same end. No sociologist or month of Ramadan, but how echoless their voices individual been, and how very young success they bonk met…” says Hammudah Abdalati, in Islam in Focus.


Zakat is one of the great pious duties in Islam. Literally, zakat means to “Purity”. It refers to the purification of a Muslims’ wealthiness and spirit.Wealth purification denotes the gathering of assets for the intent of financial growth and justified organization. Purification of the feeling implies immunity from hatred, jealousy, selfishness, anxiety and greed. Opposite Quranic connotations also allow the ceremony of sin.Zakat is a specific balance which accumulate from the spare wealth and earnings of Muslim. It is then divide to prescribed beneficiaries and for the prosperity as substantially as the structure of a association in generalised. This part is made payable by a Muslim once every year.Zakat is paying on the net portion after a Muslim has spent on basic necessities, domestic expenses, due credits, donations and taxes. Every believer man or woman who at the end of the Hijri period is in control of the equal of 85 grams of golden or much in cash or articles of occupation, staleness pay his or her zakat at the maximum charge of 2.5 proportion.


What does al hajj means? The core of Hajj is, mankind evolution toward Allah. It is a symolic proof of the belief of Beginning of Designer. To advance instance this, it may be stated that the execution of Pilgrimage is a simultaneous pretense of more things; it is a “demonstration of beginning”, a “pretending of account”, a “exhibit of unity”, a “appear of the Islamic ideology” and a pretence of the Umma.

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