What does Moses , Jesus and Muhammad ( PBUT) have in common

ISLAM: The Religion of All Prophets ISLAM is not a new religion but the final culmination and fulfillment of the same basic truth that ALLAH (God) revealed through all His prophets to every people. As there is only ONE GOD, there is only One Religion. Islam is the preserved pure religion of all prophets sent by ALLAH (GOD). Islam means …

True islamic teaching are against terrorism

What does Islam say about Terrorism? One of the distinctive characteristics of the times we live in is the overwhelming presence of violence in our societies. Whether it is a bomb going off in a market place, or the hijacking of an aircraft where innocent people are held at ransom to achieve political ends, we live in an age, where …

Jesus in Islam

Jesus in Islam The Islamic view of Jesus lies between two extremes.  The Jews, who rejected Jesus as a prophet, called him an imposter, while the Christians, on the other hand, considered him to be the son of God and worship him as such.  Islam considers Jesus to be one of the greatest and most forbearing of prophets, in addition …

The Quran is God’s last testament

WHAT IS THE QURAN? There have been many incredible works of literature, such as Shakespeare’s plays and fantasy epics like Lord of the Rings. What ties these works together is that they are the product of great human minds. As amazing as these works are, can you imagine how much more amazing a book would be if God Himself authored …

Mary the most honorable women in islam

Mary, the Mother of Jesus, holds a very special position in Islam, and God proclaims her to be the best woman amongst all humanity, whom He chose above all other women due to her piety and devotion. “And (mention) when the angels said, ‘O Mary!  Indeed God has chosen you, and purified you, and has chosen you above all other …

Jesus is a muslim

Jesus, a Muslim. We have seen that Jesus (pbuh) greeted his disciples like a Muslim, by saying: “Peace be unto you”, when he appeared before them after his so-called ‘resurrection’ (John 20:19). Muslims use the same words to greet, (but in Arabic): Assalaamu Alaikum. We have also seen that the utterances of Jesus have been supportive of and predicting about …

Elohim

Elohim= allaha ALLAH=DIOS Some of the biggest misconceptions that many non-Muslims have about Islam have to do with the word “Allah.”  For various reasons, many people have come to believe that Muslims worship a different God than Christians and Jews.  This is totally false, since “Allah” is simply the Arabic word for “God” – and there is only One God.  …

A muslim is someone who submit

Who is a Muslim The word “Muslim” means one who submits to the will of God. The first principle of Islam is known as the Shahaadah(Testimony of Faith), and is as follows: “There is no one worthy of worship except Allah (God)  and Muhammad is the Final Apostle (Messenger) of God.” In a broader sense, anyone who willingly submits to the will of …

15 Things About The Character of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Every Muslim Must Spread

Posted in Islamic Knowledge By admin On December 24, 2014 If there is any personality that has lived on the face of this earth who was complete in every regard and the life of whom can serve as a beacon of guidance for people of every walk of life, that personality would undeniably be the personality of Muhammad (PBUH). Muslims …

The Fifth Pillar of Islam: The Pilgrimage (Hajj)

By Imam Kamil Mufti The Hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca) is the fifth of the fundamental Muslim practices and institutions known as the five pillars of Islam.  Pilgrimage is not undertaken in Islam to the shrines of saints, to monasteries for help from holy men, or to sights where miracles are supposed to have occurred, even though we may see many …

The Fourth Pillar of Islam: The Fast of Ramadan

By IslamReligion.com Fasting is not unique to the Muslims.  It has been practiced for centuries in connection with religious ceremonies by Christians, Jews, Confucianists, Hindus, Taoists, and Jains.  God mentions this fact in the Quran: “O you who believe, fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may develop God-consciousness.” (Quran 2:183) Some …

The Third Pillar of Islam: Compulsory Charity

By Imam Kamil Mufti Charity is not just recommended by Islam, it is required of every financially stable Muslim.  Giving charity to those who deserve it is part of Muslim character and one of the Five Pillars of Islamic practice. Zakat is viewed as “compulsory charity”; it is an obligation for those who have received their wealth from God to respond …

The Second Pillar of Islam: The Prayer

By Imam Kamil Mufti Salah is the daily ritual prayer enjoined upon all Muslims as one of the five Pillars of Islam.  It is performed five times a day by all Muslims.  Salah is a precise worship, different from praying on the inspiration of the moment.  Muslims pray or, perhaps more correctly, worship five times throughout the day: Between first …

The First Pillar of Islam: The Muslim Profession of Faith

By Imam Kamil Mufti All practicing Muslims accept belief in the ‘Six Articles of Faith’ and are obliged to follow the ‘Five Pillars.’  They are: 1.    Muslim profession of faith orshahada. 2.    Ritual Prayer or salah. 3.    Obligatory Charity or zakah. 4.    Fasting or sawm. 5.    Pilgrimage or hajj. The First Pillar Muslim Profession of Faith The Shahada is the …

Shahada: Confession of a Muslim : Dr. Muhammed Taqi-udin Al- Hilali

La ilaha ill Allaah, Muhammad-ur- Rasul-Allaah [None has the right to be worshipped but Allaah, and Muhammad (sallalahu alayhi wa sallam = May the peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is the Messenger of Allaah ]. We have noticed that most of the Europeans and others, who embrace Islam, do not understand the reality of the meaning of …

Less than 5 Mins – Pillars of Islam

The first and most important pillar ofIslam is the testimony of faith. It is a simple yet powerful declaration which forms the basis of Islam. It means that there is no God worthy to be worshiped except for Allah, andMuhammad is the Messenger. The second pillar of Islam is Prayer. God has commanded Muslims to pray five times a day. …

Islamic Beliefs: Essentials of Faith in Allah

By: Mohamed Okasha Belief in Allah is the first and premier pillar of faith in Islam. It is the cornerstone of the Islamic creed and the basis on which one’s faith is built up. When entering Islam, a person declares that Allah is the Only God and He Alone deserves to be worshiped while other god are purported and counterfeited. …