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Belief in the Messengers

A Muslim is required to believe that Allah chose the finest amongst humanity to be Messengers whom He sent to His creation with specific legislation’s: to worship and obey Him and to establish His religion and His Oneness. Allah, the Almighty, says: And We did

THE ANGER OF ABDULLAH IBN MASOOD (R.A)

We used to sit in front of Abdullah ibn Masoud’s (r.a) house before the Fajr prayer waiting to go with him to the Masjid. Abou Mousa al-Ash`aarie (r.a) came and asked us: ‘Did Abu Abdurrahman (i.e. Ibn Masoud) leave yet?’ We answered: ‘No.’ So Abou

Jazakallah Khair

Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem If one is unable to return someone’s kindness with kindness, he should say, “Jazak-Allahu khairan (may Allah reward you well).” This means: “I am unable to reciprocate your kindness. May Allah grant you the best reward for it.” Obviously there is no match for

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Excellence of Salam

Islam taught Muslims to say Assalamu ‘alaykum (meaning ‘Peace be upon you’) and replaced all other forms of greeting. In this small greeting is hidden an excellent and comprehensive prayer, kindness and affection for the young, and respect and attention for the elders. Almighty Allah

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Muhammad (PBUH) the Messenger of Allah – 2 ( b )

Who was he? Thomas Carlyle, the famous Scottish writer, attested to this. He said in his book ‘Heroes, Hero- Worship, and the Heroic in History’: ‘But, from an early age, he had been remarked as a thoughtful man. His companions named him “Al Amin, The

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Muhammad (PBUH) the Messenger of Allah – 1

Introduction It all began in the year 610 C.E.4, with a few brave individuals differing in tribe, status, and gender, secretly winding through the alleys of Makkah to meet the man known as Al-Ameen (i.e. the trustworthy). One by one they went, like stealthy shadows

Belief in the Angels

Muslims believe that Angels exist. No one knows their exact number except Him. They obey Him, fulfill His commands, and guard over the universe and the creatures that dwell within it. They carry out the orders of Allah, from administration, observation, guarding and protecting the

Belief in the Scriptures

Muslims also believe in the original scriptures revealed by Allah, such as the Scriptures of Abraham and Moses, the Torah, the Psalms of David and the Gospel of Jesus. The final revelation to humanity is the Qur’an, which was revealed to Prophet Muhammad (). The

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A Speech that the Prophet saww delivered at Mina

A Speech that the Prophet saww delivered at Mina The Prophet saww delivered a speech in Al-Khaif in Mina, an area near Makkah, as follows: May Alláh give radiance to a slave who heard my speech, memorized it and delivered it to whoever did not