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Islam creed and worship by Muhammad Abdul-Rauf

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Published by Islamic Center] in [Washington .
Written in English


  • Pillars of Islam.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Muhammad Abdul Rauf.
LC ClassificationsBP176 .A26
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 137 p. :
Number of Pages137
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4916981M
LC Control Number76152060

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Islamic Creed The Testimony of Faith By Allaah’s grace, He has made His religion open to anyone who wishes to enter it. There are virtually no obstacles to becoming a Mus-lim. In order to embrace Islam, there is no need for clergy, baptisms or special ceremonies. In fact, the act that makes one a Muslim is a simple declaration of one’s faith. The Explanation Of Tawheed (Monotheism) Book which is Allah’s right upon his slaves. This book includes the creed of Ahl as-sunna wa’l-jama`a (The people of the sunnah and the community) giving evidences from the Quran and Sunnah. It is a great beneficial book as it includes monotheism, its virtue and polytheism either major or minor. English books for the Muslim or non-Muslim, to learn about the Islamic Creed and other general Islamic behaviours and ideas. The E-Da`wah Committee is pleased to present this e-book which provides a brief introduction to the basic concepts of this religion, Islam, including its articles of faith and five pillars. It does not delve deeply in the details but it rather discusses the general guidelines of the Islamic concepts related to matters of faith, worship.

Islam: Creed and Worship. He (Exalted be He) said, And I (Allâh) created not the jinn and mankind except that they should worship Me (Alone). The Ayah (Qur'anic Verse) at hand implies that the purpose of the creation of the Jinn and mankind is to establish the . The Muslim's official creed of Islam. OUR CREED. We believe in Allah's Divinity, that is He is the Lord, the Creator, the Sovereign, and the Manager of all affairs. We believe in Allah's Godship; that is, He is the True God and every other deity is false. 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. 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 .

Q: What is Islamic creed? A: Islamic creed is the matters that Muslims unanimously agree upon its truth. Q: What's Islam? A: Islam is the verbal and spiritual conviction that all what our Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) came with is true. Q: What are the pillars of the Islamic creed i.e. its tents? A: The pillars of the Islamic creed are six. Welcome to Dar-us-Salam Islamic Bookstore! We offer books in English, Arabic, Urdu, Spanish and many other languages of the world - all according to Quran & Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (S). We also carry CDs & DVDs, children toys, Islamic clothing, . Islamic Creed 3 Tawheed and its kinds Tawheed (Islamic Monotheism) is to single out Allah the Almighty alone by that which exclusively belongs to Him, and in all types of acts of worship due to Him. It is the greatest obligation Allah has imposed as He said, ]½:ß±خýÑ[ {òحôôÍ õللهÑ ôهõ øقõ.   Many scholars of Islam throughout the ages have written and compiled books explaining the correct creed. These books have been printed and reprinted with detailed commentaries and in depth discussions, even in our times today. It is in following this same tradition that the following book .