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One becomes a Muslim by believing in the Two Testifications of Faith and uttering them with the intention of leaving out blasphemy. The Two Testifications of Faith are: I testify that no one is God except God and I testify that MuHammad is the prophet of God.
Allah created the heavens, the earths, and the mountains. Allah created the rivers and the seas. Allah created the sun, the moon, the stars, and the planets. Allah created the shrubs, the trees, the humans, and the animals.The first thing Allah created was water. It is above the heavens. Allah is the Creator of everything and He doesn't need any thing.
The Qur'ân is not man-made. It pertains the orders of Allâh. The Qur'ân we read now, is in a language that we understand. But the speech of Allâh is neither a letter, language, or sound. But what we read in the holy books, are expressions of the eternal speech of Allâh. Because Allâh does not resemble the creations in any way.
The Paradise is the abode of peace, enjoyment, and happiness. Allâh prepared it for the Muslims. And the Hellfire which is the everlasting place of torture. Allâh prepared it for the blasphemers who chose blasphemy and refused Islam.
Al-BayHaqiyy reported according to Ibnu `Abbas that he said: the prophet was born the year of the elephant. One must believe he was born in Makkah and sent as a Messenger therein; he immigrated to al-Madinah and was buried therein ; and he was truthful in everything he told about and conveyed from Allâh.
Allâh exists without a place. He created the universe and willed for the existence of time. He is not bound by time or designated with place. The development is a sign of needing others, and the one who needs others is not God. There is absolutely nothing like Allâh whatsoever, and He has the attributes of Hearing and Seeing.
There are five prayers which must be performed by the Muslims and are called obligatory prayers. They are Dhuhr (Noon) prayer, `Asr (afternoon) prayer, Maghrib (sunset) prayer, `Ishaa’ (Nightfall) prayer and Fajr (Dawn) prayer. It is a great sin to neglect performing any of these obligatory prayers. Among the merits of performing the obligatory prayers is that one’s small sins, which may be committed between prayers, are forgiven.
The tongue is one of many endowments Allâh bestowed upon His slaves. Although the tongue is a tiny organ, the person who uses it to comply with the orders of Allâh, the teachings of the Qur’ân, and the teachings of the Prophet may earn blessings in this world and the in Hereafter. However, the one who uses his tongue in disobedience to Allâh would not be displaying thankfulness to Allâh and would be heading towards his own destruction. Certainly, being thankful to Allâh means not to use the endowments bestowed by Allâh in what is forbidden. One needs to know the sins of the tongue could be small or enormous.
The Prophet Jesus (^isa), son of Mary (Maryam), was sent to people to call them to the religion of Islam, the religion of all the Prophets. Isa's message, which was otherwise the same as all other Prophets, was to call people to believe in the One God, and to associate nothing to Him.
Allâh created the universe, He exists before the space and the time. God exists without place and does not depend on time. We do not say "where" or "when" or "how" about Allâh.
This universe is created, it is born, it needs who created it and who makes it change. This world with all the creations it contains must have a creator who is alive, attributed to the will, knowledge and power ; and it is Allah ta`ālâ. Allah is the creator of all things existing. The healthy mind does not accept the existence of an action without someone executing it.
Al-HâfiDh Ibnou Hajar said in his book FatHou lBârî: Al-Bayhaqiyy reported in al-'Asmâ 'wa Si-Sifât with a Haçan transmission chain according to Ibnu `Abbas that the disbelievers came to the prophet and he Say, tell us your Lord, whom you worship. Allâh revealed qul houwa lLâhou AHad until the end of the sūurat. The prophet said, "These are the attributes of my Lord` zza wa jall."
Allâh is the One Who is the Only God. He is the One Who is attributed with an eternal and everlasting Life (which is without soul, body, blood, bones or need for food). He is the One Who manages the world and does not need any one and every one needs Him. He is not seized with somnolence or sleep. To Him belongs what is in the heavens and Earth. No one will intercede, on the Day of Judgment, except with His permission.
Allah existed without beginning, that is, before creating creation. There was nothing with Allah: no place, no space, no sky, no Earth, no light and no darkness. According to the rules of religion and the judgments of the sound mind, Allah, the Exalted, does not change. Development is a sign of need for others, and whoever needs it is not God.
Supporting the believers is a mercy and an endowment from Allah to these believers, it is not an obligation on Allah to support them because Allah is not obligated to do anything.
Allah existed before creating creation. There was and there was no place, creation or thing. He is the creator of everything. Development is a sign of need for others, and whoever needs it is not God. Allah, the Exalted, does not change.
Among what the Prophet conveyed and is obligatory to believe in are: the Bridge, which all the people will cross. And the Basin: it is a place that Allâh prepared for the people of Paradise, from which they will drink before entering Paradise. And the Intercession: means asking someone to grant good to another.
The AD-Ha `Id is one of the great days of the year on which the pilgrim fulfils the obligations of Hajj. It is also recommended for the pilgrim to offer a sacrifice on that day, with the intention to gain rewards from Allâh, the Exalted. This act is a regularly practised sunnah by the Prophet. Hence, the pilgrim and the non-pilgrim can practise this sunnah. This is evidenced in the ayah: فَصَلِّ لِرَبِّكَ وَانْحَرْ the meaning of which is: « Perform the `Id Prayer and offer a sacrifice seeking reward from Allâh. »
The conditions of prayer are the matters that are not part of the prayer, but must be satisfied before starting the prayer.
The second Caliph in this nation, Omar Ibn Al-Khattab may Allah’s blessings be upon him. He was man of noble attributes; he was a man of truth and dignity.