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The Two Testifications of Faith Meaning

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 Muḥammad is the prophet of God.

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Nothing is obligatory on Allah 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.

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Allah God doesn’t Change

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.

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Allâh has predestined good and evil

God has predestined good and evil, but He accepts good and does not condone evil, He does what He wants, He is not questioned about what He does. He guides Who wants and misleads Who wants.

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Preservation and Characteristics of Prophets and Messengers

God created the Prophets and made them the best created beings. He sent them to teach people what was useful to them in this life and the afterlife. Thus, Allah has endowed them with laudable characteristics and good behavior. All that is not worthy of the rank of prophecy is impossible about them.

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Protect his Islam: Avoid Apostasy and Blasphemy

Thus becomes a blasphemer who attributes to God the son, even if he said it by joking or under the effect of anger or by not aiming at the true meaning of the word son and even the one who attributes to God the space or time or change or organs or mood or direction or whatever is attributes of creatures. In the same way, becomes a disbeliever whoever claims to be a non-Muslim or support the disbelief or approves the disbelief or denies the law of God or belittles it or one of the prophets or angels, or attributes to him disbelief. To return to Islam the person must abandon the disbelief and pronounce the two testimonies: there is no god except God and Muḥammad is the messenger of God.

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Use a reported speech to report word contrary to Islam

In Islam if someone wants to report word contrary to Islam, he must use the reported speech by saying for example the author said or someone said so-and-so. Similarly in writing, he must write the author said before reporting what is contrary to Islam. Similarly, the reported speech is used before playing an audio or a video in which it is mentioned things contrary to Islam and before displaying writings contrary to Islam on a screen or before printing them, by saying for example I show what the author said...

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Sins of the Tongue in Islam

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.

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Learning Islamic Knowledge The Gateway To Success

Knowledge is the gateway to success, as known by many. However, some people understand this statement differently. The Islamic definition and concept of knowledge, and how it is a gateway to success in this world and in the Hereafter, is an ambiguous matter to many people. Allâh said in Surat Az-Zumar, Ayah 9 which means: « Those who know are not the same as those who do not know. »

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The Two Testifications Shahadahs

Professing the Two Shahadahs: In regards to the blasphemer who wants to embrace Islam, the belief is not accepted without one uttering the Two Testifications (Shahadahs). In addition, the Muslim is obligated to recite the Two Testifications (Shahadahs) in every prayer for validity of that prayer. The Two Testifications are: I testify that no one is God except Allâh and I testify that Muḥammad is the Messenger of Allâh.

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Lying is forbidden in Islam

The Prophet Muḥammad, ṣallAllāhu `alayhi wa sallam, said: Which means: “Lying is not good, whether in seriousness or joking.” Related by al-Bayhaqiyy. and he said: which means: "Woe to him who talks to people and lies to make them laugh, woe to him, woe to him" related by imam 'Aḥmad in his Mousnad.

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Islam is the religion of all the Prophets. Unique True Religion

Islam is the first religion and the only religion that God has revealed to all the prophets and the only valid religion according to the sound mind. The Prophets are like brothers of the same father but different mothers, their religion is the same and their laws may differ.

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Honored Angels in Islam

Allah created the angels of light. All of them are Muslims obedient slaves to God. They are impalpable creatures, endowed with souls honored according to the judgment of God. They are neither men nor women. They are slaves responsible for their actions, responsible for many tasks.

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The Holy Books. Revealed Books Celestial

It is obligatory to believe in all the Celestial Books (revealed books) that God revealed to some Prophets ; all the revealed books call to follow the religion of Islam which is the only true religion. The only book that was not falsified is the Qur'ân which is in the Arabic language. It is not permissible to translate the Qur’ân literally, word by word. However, we translate the meaning of the verses according to the interpretations of true Islamic scholars.

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Torture and Felicity of the Grave. Question of two Angels Munkar & Nakir

al-Hafidh as-suyûTiyy said: « The news of the torture of the grave is narrated by at-tawatur from the Prophet, Salla l-Lâhu `alayhi wa sallam ». This means that a large number of companions narrated the Hadiths of the Prophet concerning the torture of the grave. `Abdu l-Qâhir Abu ManSûr at-tamimiyy said in his book al-Farqu Baynal-Firaq: « Sunnis are unanimous that the one who denies the torture of the grave will be tortured in his grave », that is, because of their disbelief.

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Paradise and Hellfire in Islam

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.

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Prophets and Messengers

Prophets are preserved from disbelief, great sins and small sins of baseness. They all have a beautiful face and a beautiful voice. They are preserved from repulsive diseases. They do not lie and do not betray. The prophets are like brothers of the same father, their mothers are different and their religion is the same to know Islam.

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The Story of Prophet Ibrahim Abraham in Islam

Prophet Ibrahim called his people to worship Allah alone and ordered him to stop worshiping idols. They rejected the call of the prophet Ibrahim and the clear signs with which he came. Allâh gave prophet Ibrahim a great miracle.

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The story of Prophet NuH Noah’s Ark and Deluge

After the propagation of disbelief on the Earth, Allâh sent a prophet named NôuH (Noah). He therefore called people to enter Islam, to worship only God and to associate nothing to Him. The prophet Noah was the first messenger sent to unbelievers.

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The Hardship and Patience of Prophet Ayyub Job

Prophet Ayyub (known in English as Job) was, however, the subject of a great trial and great suffering. However, this did not mean that he did not have a high degree according to the judgment of Allah. On the contrary, it was a trial on the part of his Lord, a trial for him to increase his reward and his retribution.

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