Islamic Beliefs

The Islamic creed did not begin with the prophet hood of Muhammad ()1, nor was it invented by him. It is essentially the same message contained in previous divine scriptures and taught by all prophets of Allah.

Islamic beliefs are eternal truths that neither change nor develop; they provide truths about Allah and His relationship with the visible and invisible aspects of the universe, about the reality of this life, man’s role therein and what will become of him afterwards. The requirements, or “pillars”, of the Islamic faith are: belief in Allah, in the angels created by Him, in His scriptures, in the prophets through whom His revelation was conveyed to humanity, in the eternal life after death and in Allah’s perfect judgment and complete authority over human destiny.

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