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Introduction of Islamic Exorcism

In the Name of Allah Azzawajal, Who is great beneficent and Most merciful. Exorcism is a practice to demolishing, removing or curing a person or a place from demon, evil, jinn and their effects also called as ghosts, devil, spirits, Satan etc. There are many religious healers practicing exorcism according to their religion like Muslim, Christian, jew, hindu and buddhist etc. Exorcism in Islamic way called Ruqyah which is Arabic, includes specific verses of Holy Quran and all lawful incantations that Muhammad peace be upon him told us in Hadith. These all lawful incantations and Quran verses termed as “Ruqyah” and it’s based on an authentic hadith, Imam Muslim reported in Sahi Muslim which Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him said: “Present to me those who provide curing by the way of ruqyah. There is no objection with it as long as it does not contained any polytheism.”

Diseases or sicknesses in any human body could be a result of medical, psychological or paranormal reason caused by demon, magic or evil eye that reflects as medical disorders in any human.

Medical treatments are beneficial and helpful while treating diseases that caused by medical or psychological disorders. According to Islamic healing, Islamic Exorcism, Raqi (Islamic healer who is practicing Ruqyah) can Mashallah not only gracefully treat paranormal disorders caused by demon, black magic or evil eye but all kind of deadly medical diseases. As mentioned in the Holy Quran “ We (Allah azzawajal) sent down in the Quran that is a healing and mercy for who do believe.”

[QURAN 17:82]

Exorcism in the Quran and Hadith

Holy Quran compares the state of sinners at the Day of resurrection to state of those made crazy by the Devil or Evil. Please see following verse: 
Surah Baqarah-Ayah 275: Those who takes Riba (interest) will stand at the Day of judgment like a person beaten by Dvil (Satan) leading him to insanity…

[QURAN 2:275]

Most of the famous Islamic scholars such as Al Qurtabi cite this verse (Surah Baqarah: Ayah 275) as a proof against thoese who deny the possession by Jinn or ascribe it to natural causes, those who claim that the Devil (Satan) can not enter any human body nor does he touch them.

There are few narrations that the Muhammad (Peace be upon him) and his followers expelled Devil beings from the human bodies of believers using Quran verses. Supplications to Allah Azzawajal, Hijama and Holy Zamzam water. Following example related by Yaa la ibn-e-Murah:

I saw Muhammad (Peace be upon him) do three things and none of us before or after me saw. I was traveling with him. On the way, we passed by a women sitting at the roadside with a boy. She called out to Muhammad (Peace be upon him) “O Messenger of Allah” My boy is afflicted with a trial and from him we have also been afflicted with a trial. Many times per day he is seized by fits. Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said: Give him to me, so she lifted him up to the Muhammad (Peace be upon him)

He “Muhammad (Peace be upon him)” placed the boy between middle of saddle and himself, opened his mouth and flew in it 3 times with saying “I am slave of Allah, get out enemy of Allah!  Then he gave boy back his mother and said: Meet us when we return at this same place and inform me how he is. When we returned, we found her at same place with 3 sheep. Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him) asked “How is he” She replied: “By Allah who sent you with truth” we have not seen anything in his behavior up to this time.
Musnad-e-Ahmad (Volume: 4, p.170) and al-Haakim declared it authentic.

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Before contacting an Exorcist

It’s better that if you can cure yourself to have some information about Ruqyah but if you think you can not remove, you can contact an exorcist. Be advised that not everybody can cure and practicing according to Quran and Sunnah who claims to be an exorcist. Most of them are sorcerers, black magician and fake one. You can judge them by following criteria:

  • You need to definitely avoid them if they ask your mother name. Only sorcerers, black magicians ask for that and who has Muakkil (Jinn)
  • If they ask your birth date, used cloth, hair, nails.
  • If they right any Talisman, symbol or unreadable text with or without Quranic verses, leave them.
  • If they use sands, knife, lemon, nails, bones, egg, flower, blood, away from them.
  • If they ask you to do something wrong like slaughtering a black animal.
  • If they don’t practicing prayers at Masjid 5 times day. Few of them practicing prayers to show people.
  • If they ask too much money or any other expensive stuff then leave them.
  • If you feel that the person is very dirty like smell form his cloths, hairs and body.

    Above mentioned points are very common but there can be more.

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Is Islamic Treatment Safe?

The Quranic healing therapy during Islamic Exorcism is 100% safe, as mentioned in the QURAN, that

“Holy Quran is a healing and mercy for the believers, but loss to who does not believe.”

[QURAN 17:82]

Usually people under magic/ sihir or influence of Jinn / demonic possession, react to the Holy Quran negatively, because the Quranic verses tend to punish and burn the evil/unjust Jinns that are nesting in their bodies or outside of the body and that’s why they react negatively, and these reaction are very noticeable in the victims like they will cry, shout, sleep, aggressiveness or talk to stop recitation. However, this can be just during the initial phases of Ruqyah, with continued Quranic treatment all the Jinn’s will be forced to leave and once they leave, get burnt or die, there would be visible signs of improvement in the body and in the attitude of victims.

Islam and psychiatry

Narrated ‘Ata bin Abi Rabah:

Ibn ‘Abbas said to me, “Shall I show you a woman of the people of Paradise?” I said, “Yes.” He said, “This black lady came to the Prophet Muhammad Sallelaho Alehe Wasallam and said, ‘I get attacks of epilepsy (Fits) and my body becomes uncovered, please invoke Allah Azzawajal for me. The Prophet Muhammad Sallelaho Alehe Wasallam said to her, ‘If you wish, be patient and you will have enter Paradise and if you wish, I will invoke Allah Azzawajal to cure you.’ She said, ‘I will remain patient’ and added, ‘but I become uncovered, so please invoke Allah Azawajal for me that I may not become uncovered.’ So Muhammad Sallelaho Alehe Wasallam invoked Allah Azzawajal for her.” 

[Sahih al-Bukhari Volume 7, Book 70, No. 555]

The prophet Muhammad Sallelaho Alehe Wasallam didn’t attempt to help her through exorcism, he prayed for her illness, that means Islam recognizes psychiatrist illnesses and there is a difference between them and possession, good Muslim exorcists are able to differentiate between them and refer patients to psychiatrists or Doctor rather than attempting to perform exorcism.


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Introduction of Black Magic / Sihir

Magic is an old human practice. It is sometimes defined as deception by showing something to an audience, which is contrary to reality. In Islam this is part of magic, which is, however, defined as seeking the help of demons to perform something harmful against somebody.

In the light of the above definition, Islam considers magic to be an act of blasphemy. Thus, the Holy Quran say:

Suleiman (Solomon) did not disbelieve, but the devils disbelieved teaching men magic

[QURAN 2:102]

In an authentic saying, the Prophet of Islam p.b.u.h. said: Whoever goes to a fortune teller (a soothe sayer) or a diviner and believes him, has, in fact, disbelieved in what has been revealed to Muhammad.

Thus Islam condemns magic- even what is called the horoscope or luck or reading one’s palm to foretell the future is also prohibited in Islam. This is based on the belief that no one knows the future or the unseen except God almighty. That is why the Quran asserts that even Muhammad does not know the unseen. Concerning this, it says:

“If I had the knowledge of the unseen, I should have secured abundance for myself, and no evil would have touched me”.

[QURAN 7:188]

Again, God is described in the Quran as the knower of the unseen and the manifest (6:73) and as the holder of the keys of the unseen.

[QURAN 6:73-6:59]

In another tradition, Prophet Muhammad p.b.u.h. says: “Avoid the seven deadly acts which are: ascribing partners to God, magic, killing the human self which Allah prohibited except with right, eating usury, devouring the orphan’s wealth, defecting from the battle-field (without a justified reason) and slandering chaste, unwary believing women. Thus Islam has closed the door for practicing magic, simply because it is against its teachings, and it is deceptive and harmful.

How to protect / cure?

The above teaches us that black magic exists and what the remedy for it is. There are also other remedies for curing black magic as mentioned in the Ahadith:

‘Sayyida A’isha (Allah be pleased with her) narrates:

“Whenever the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) would become ill, he would recite the Mu’awwizat (Surah al-Falaq & Surah an-Nas) and blow over himself. When his illness was aggravated, I used to recite these two Surahs (and blow my breath) over him and make him rub his body with his own hand, for its blessings.”

[Sahih al-Bukhari No. 4728]

Also, the consuming of Ajwa dates has been prescribed by the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) as a remedy for black magic. Amir ibn Sa’d narrates from his father that the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) said:

‘”He who eats seven Ajwa dates every morning, will not be affected by poison or magic on the day he eats them.”

[Sahih al-Bukhari No. 5130]



Black Magic in Quran

Let us now review some of the verses of the Holy Quran that refer to magic: In Chapter two verse 101-102, the Quran says:

“And when there came to them a Messenger from Allah confirming what was with them, a party of those who were given the scripture threw away the book of Allah behind their backs as if they did not know. And they followed what the devils gave out falsely of magic of the reign of Solomon; for Solomon did not disbelieve but the devils disbelieved, teaching men magic and such things that came down at Babylon to the two angels Harut and Marut, but neither of these two (angles) taught anyone (such things) until they had said: we are only for trial, so don’t disbelieve. And from them (magicians) people learn that through which they would cause separation between a person and his spouse, but they could not thus harm anyone except by Allah’s leave; and they learn that which harms them rather than profits them. And indeed they knew that its practitioner would have no share in the Hereafter. And how bad indeed was that for which they sold their own selves if they but knew”.

[QURAN 2:101-2]

Usually people under sihir or influence of Jinn, react to the Quran negatively, because the Quranic verses tend to punish and burn the evil/unjust Jinns that are nesting in their bodies and that�s why they react negatively, and these reaction are very noticeable in the victims. However, this is just during the initial phases, with continued Quranic treatment all the Jinn�s will be forced to leave and once they leave or get burnt and die, there would be signs of improvement visible in the victims.

Prophet Solomon

Although Solomon was the Prophet and Messenger of God, he was accused by some of his opponents to be practicing magic. Those who claimed this could not distinguish between magic and miracles. Almost all messengers of God were granted miracles as a proof of their authenticity. To name only a few: Moses was granted the staff by which he could divide the sea and make water gush from rocks. Abraham was flung in the middle of a huge raging fire, which Allah made cool and peaceful to him. Jesus Christ could heal the blind and the leper and bring back the dead to life.

Difference between Miracle & Black Magic

If we contemplate these acts we find that miracles are totally different from magic. While magic is always harmful, miracles are useful. Magic is from devils while miracles are from God. When these divine miracles are rejected other miracles are imposed to inflict severe punishments on rejecters. On the other hand, miracles are real while magic is sometimes deceptive.

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Introduction of Demonic Possession / Jinn

Yes, it is possible for jinn to possess humans. Allaah says in His Book (Interpretation of the meaning):

“Those who eat Ribaa [usury] will not stand (on the Day of Resurrection) except like the standing of a person beaten by Shaytaan (Satan) leading him to insanity”

[QURAN 2:275]

Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:

The fact that a jinni may enter the body of a human is proven by the consensus of the imams of Ahl al-Sunnah wa’l-Jamaa’ah. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“Those who eat Ribaa [usury] will not stand (on the Day of Resurrection) except like the standing of a person beaten by Shaytaan (Satan) leading him to insanity”

[QURAN 2:275]

and in al-Saheeh it is narrated from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) that “The shaytaan flows through the son of Adam like blood.” End quote.

[Majmoo' al-Fataawa 24:276-277]


Possession is a kind of sickness. If a person who has this sickness is rational, then he has the choice and he will be brought to account for his words and actions. But if this sickness has overwhelmed him to the point that he has lost his mind and free will, then he is like one who is insane and is not accountable. Hence in Arabic the word mass (possession) is used to refer to junoon (insanity). See Lisaan al-‘Arab (6/217). But if he commits an act of aggression against another when he is insane and destroys his property, for example, then he must pay compensation for that.

[Zaad al-Ma'aad 4:66-4:71]

It says in al-Mawsoo’ah al-Fiqhiyyah (16/106):

The fuqaha’ are unanimously agreed that insanity is like unconsciousness and sleep, rather it is more severe in the loss of free will, and it makes whatever he says invalid. For the one who is sleeping, all his verbal statements, such as divorce, becoming Muslim, turning apostate, selling, buying, etc, are invalid. So it is more appropriate that such statements be invalid in the case of insanity, because the insane person has no power of reasoning or discernment. They quoted as evidence for that the words of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him): “The Pen has been raised from three: the sleeper until he awakens, the child until he reaches maturity and the insane person until he comes back to his senses.” Narrated by the authors of Sunan with a saheeh isnaad. The same applies to all verbal statements because of the potential for harm. End quote.

[Mawsoo'ah al-Fiqhiyya 16:106]

In (16/107) it says:

With regard to the rights of people such as compensation and the like: these are not waived, because he is not accountable for them, rather his guardian is responsible for paying financial dues from the wealth of the insane person. If he commits some crimes, he is accountable for them financially but not physically. If he destroys a person’s property when he is in a state of insanity, compensation must be paid, but if he kills someone there is no qisaas (retaliation), but the diyah must be paid.

[Mawsoo'ah al-Fiqhiyya 16:107]

And Allaah knows best.


Some Animals can see Jinn

Even though we humans do not see the jinn, some animals, like dogs and donkeys, can see them. It is recorded in Musnad Ahmad and Sunan Abu Dawud with a sahih chain from Jabir that the Prophet (pbuh) said,

“If you hear the bark of dogs or the braying of donkeys during the night, seek refuge in Allah from Satan, as they see what you do not see.”

This is not strange as many scientists have confirmed that animals are capable of many things that humans are not capable of. Bees can see ultraviolet light and can also see the sun on an overcast day.

Protection from the Jinn

Because the Jinn can see us while we cannot see them, the Prophet Muhammad taught us many ways to protect ourselves from their harm, such as seeking refuge in Allah (God) from the accursed Satan, reciting chapters 113 and 114 of the Holy Quran, and reciting the words taught by God in the Quran:

“Say: ‘My Lord! I seek refuge with You from the whisperings (suggestions) of Satan (devils). And I seek refuge with You, my Lord, lest they may attend (or come near) me.”

[QURAN 23:97-98]

Saying Bismillah (in the Name of Allah (God)) before entering one’s home, before eating or drinking, and before having intercourse will also keep Satan from entering the house or partaking with a person in his food, drink and sexual activity. Similarly, mentioning the name of Allah before entering the toilet or taking off one’s clothes will prevent the Jinn from seeing a person’s private parts or harming him, as the Prophet said. Strength of faith and religion in general will also prevent the Jinn from harming a person

Reciting Al-Kursi verse in Arabic (Quran 2:255) provides also a strong protection against the Jinn, as we learned from the story of Abu Hurairah (one of Muhammad’s companions) with a devil.

Also the Prophet Muhammad said:

“Do not make your houses like graves, for Satan runs away from a house in which al-Baqarah chapter [chapter 2] is recited.”

[Saheeh Muslim]

These Arabic verses and prophetic sayings were some examples of how a Muslim would get protection from the Jinn. Islam teaches us how to deal with all of God’s creation – and not just the Jinn. A true Muslim should not fear Satan or the Jinn, because Islam taught us about them and how to get protection from their harm.

The world of the Jinn is one which is both sinister and intriguing. By knowing of this world we can explain many of the mysteries and issues which bother us. By doing this we can avoid the extremes which the people have gone to; nothing being more extreme then worshipping others besides God. By learning the monotheism of God, we defend ourselves from these hidden allies of Satan:

“Indeed he (Satan) and his tribe watch you from a position where you cannot see them.”

[QURAN 7:27]



Types of Jinn

Book – “The World of the Jinn and Devils”, p. 7
Ibn Abdul Barr said, “The jinn, according to the scholars of the language, are of different types:

  • If one is mentioning the jinn purely of themselves, the are called [Jinni].
  • If one is mentioning the jinn that live among mankind, they are called aamar whose plural is [Amaar].
  • If one is mentioning the ones that antagonize the young, they are called [Arwaah].
  • If one is mentioning the evil ones that antagonize humans they are called [Shaitan] for the singular and [shayateen] for plural.
  • If they cause even more harm and become strong, they are called [Afreet].

Who is Qareen?

there is something which is called the qareen, which Allaah has caused to accompany every human being. This qareen pushes a person to do evil things and to disobey Allaah, with the exception of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), as will be explained below.

Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“His companion (qareen) will say: ‘Our Lord! I did not push him to transgression, (in disbelief, oppression, and evil deeds), but he was himself in error far astray.’

Allaah will say: ‘Dispute not in front of Me, I had already in advance sent you the threat.

The Sentence that comes from Me cannot be changed, and I am not unjust to the slaves’”

[QURAN 50:27-29]

Ibn Katheer said: ” ‘His companion (qareen) will say’ Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him), Mujaahid, Qutaadah and others said: this refers to the devil who is appointed to accompany him. ‘Our Lord! I did not push him to transgression’ means, he will disown that person on the Day of Judgement, and will say, ‘Our Lord! I did not push him to transgression’ meaning, I did not lead him astray.

‘but he was himself in error far astray’ means, he was misguided in himself, receptive to falsehood and resistant to the truth as Allaah says elsewhere (interpretation of the meaning):

‘And Shaytaan (Satan) will say when the matter has been decided: “Verily, Allaah promised you a promise of truth. And I too promised you, but I betrayed you. I had no authority over you except that I called you, and you responded to me. So blame me not, but blame yourselves. I cannot help you, nor can you help me. I deny your former act in associating me (Satan) as a partner with Allaah (by obeying me in the life of the world). Verily, there is a painful torment for the Zaalimoon (polytheists and wrongdoers).”‘

[QURAN 14:22]

Usually people under sihir or influence of Jinn, react to the Quran negatively, because the Quranic verses tend to punish and burn the evil/unjust Jinns that are nesting in their bodies and that’s why they react negatively, and these reaction are very noticeable in the victims. However, this is just during the initial phases, with continued Quranic treatment all the Jinn’s will be forced to leave and once they leave or get burnt and die, there would be signs of improvement visible in the victims.


The shaytaan (satan) can be human or jinn…

And so We have appointed for every Prophet enemies – Shayatin (devils) among mankind and jinns, inspiring one another with adorned speech as a delusion (or by way of deception). If your Lord had so willed, they would not have done it, so leave them alone with their fabrications.

[QURAN 6:112]

Know your enemy…

Surely, Shaitan (Satan) is an enemy to you, so take (treat) him as an enemy. He only invites his Hizb (followers) that they may become the dwellers of the blazing Fire.

[QURAN 35:6]

And let not Shaitan (Satan) hinder you (from the right religion, i.e. Islamic Monotheism), Verily, he (Satan) to you is a plain enemy.

[QURAN 43:62]

Shaitaan tells you to fear people instead of Allah, swt…

It is only Shaitn (Satan) that suggests to you the fear of his Auliy’ [supporters and friends (polytheists, disbelievers in the Oneness of Allah and in His Messenger, Muhammad May Allah's peace and blessings be on him)], so fear them not, but fear Me, if you are (true) believers.

[QURAN 43:62]
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Introduction of Evil Eye

The evil eye is the name for a sickness or misfortune transmitted, usually with or without intention, by someone who is envious, jealous, and covetous or even a pious person from among man or jinn. MashAllah, it could affect children, adults, livestock, and any kind of materialistic items, and the most vulnerable are the very young, the wealthy and the beautiful. To cast out an evil eye its not necessary to see the victim, the evil-eye can be transmitted even just by visualizing or imagining or even with a very limited description of the target person for example a person can cast-out an evil eye even on himself just by imagining or while look at himself in the mirror or even a blind person can cast out an evil eye just by visualizing the target person or a mother could herself un- intentionally cast out a evil eye on her child..etc.

Our Prophet[SAW] has therefore advised us to recite ‘MashaAllah’, to prevent the casting-out an evil eye, therefore one should say ‘MashaAllah’ when praising or looking at anyone or any thing with excitement, in-order to avoid casting an evil eye to them.

Evil Eye in Quran and Hadith


“..And from the evil of the envier when he envieth.”[Quran Surah Al Falaq 113]



Prophet(SA) said: “The evil eye is real, and if anything were to overtake the divine decree (al-qadar) it would be the evil eye.” [Muslim]


Symptoms of Evil Eye

Primary symptoms of evil eye are feelings of physical and/or emotional tiredness, unexplained bad luck or un-favorable incidences and illness. It is thought to cause drowsiness, drooping eyelids, listlessness, fatigue, weariness, lack of concentration, restlessness, discomfort, cramps, convulsions, headaches, hiccoughs, clumsiness, stomachaches, dry coughs, diarrhea, itching, hair loss, dry skin vomiting, the drying up of the milk of nursing mothers and livestock, problems with the blood and eyesight, impairment of sexual activity, impotence, sterility, disorders in menstruation, problems in pregnancy and childbirth, deficient breast milk, mastitis, and among babies and young children, incessant crying and fretting, a baby’s refusal to suckle or drink milk and other symptoms include lack of rain, the drying up of wells, the withering of fruit, sudden loss to business, and so on.

Treatment of Evil eye with Zikr and Dua

In the previous article we learned the how to cure a person with the method of washing. However, If the person who has put the evil eye is not known, then one can ask Allah to cure him by reciting some verses of the Quran and do as prescribed in the Shary’ah. It will by Allah’s leave cure the affected person, as always have been.

The affected person should hold his hands up together and recite into them Al-Faatihah (1st Surah of Quran), Ayat-ul-Kursi (verse 255 of Surah Baqara 2nd Surah) and Al-Mu-awizaat (Last two Surahs of Quran), then blow into his hands and wipe them all over his body.

The sick person may also recite the Verses over Olive oil and smear it on the site affected with evil eye; he may also recite the above verses over water and wash himself with it; he may even drink from that water.

If the sick person is able to recite prayers for refuge, he may recite the prayers bellow. All narrated from Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

* “A’oodhu bi kalimaat-illaah il-taammati min sharri ma khalaq”
I seek refuge in the perfect words of Allah from the evil of that which He has created.
* “A’oodhu bi kalimaat Allaah Al-taammah min kulli shaytaanin wa haammah wa min kulli ‘aynin laammah”
I seek refuge in the perfect words of Allah, from every devil and every poisonous reptile, and from every evil eye.
* “Allahumma rabba annasi, azhibi ai-ba’sa washfi anta shaff, ia shifa’a iiia shifa’uka, shifa’an ia yughadiru saqaman.”
O Allah, the Lord of people, drive away the pain, and heal me, for You are the Healer, there is no cure except Your Cure; a cure that does not leave any illness, but that it cures it.

If the sick person cannot move and is unable to recite the above prayers, then a 3rd person can help him through the following:

* Put your hand on the patient’s forehead and recite the chapters:
Al-Ikhlas, Al-Falaq and An-Nas (Last three Surahs of Quran)

* Put your hand on the patient’s forehead and say:
“Bismiiiahi yubrika min kulli daa’in yushfika wa min sharre haasidin iza hasada wa min shrri kull zee ‘an”
In the name of Allah, He will heal you, from any illness He will cure you, from the evil of the jealous when he gets jealous, and from the evil of a person with an evil eye.




What do Muslims believe about God, prophets, the afterlife, etc?

The basic beliefs of Muslims fall into six main categories, which are known as the “Articles of Faith”:

  • Faith in the unity of God
  • Faith in angels
  • Faith in prophets
  • Faith in books of revelation including (Bible)
  • Faith in an afterlife
  • Faith in destiny/divine decree

The five pillars of Islam

In Islam, faith and good works go hand-in-hand. A mere verbal declaration of faith is not enough, for belief in Allah makes obedience to Him a duty.

The Muslim concept of worship is very broad. Muslims consider everything they do in life to be an act of worship, if it is done according to Allah’s guidance. There are also five formal acts of worship which help strengthen a Muslim’s faith and obedience. They are often called the “Five Pillars of Islam.”

  • Testimony of faith (Shahaadah or Kalima)
  • Prayer (Salat)
  • Almsgiving (Zakat)
  • Fasting (Sawm)
  • Pilgrimage (Hajj)

Daily life as a Muslim

Daily life as a Muslim:
While often seen as a radical or extreme religion, Muslims consider Islam to be the middle road. Muslims do not live life with complete disregard for God or religious matters, but nor do they neglect the world to devote themselves solely to worship and prayer. Muslims strike a balance by fulfilling the obligations of and enjoying this life, while always mindful of their duties to Allah and to others.

  • Morals and manners
  • Business ethics
  • Modesty in dress and behavior
  • Dietary rules
  • Marriage
  • Care of children and elderly
  • Racism and prejudice
  • Relations with non-Muslims
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Why Islam?

“The Religion in the sight of Allah is Islam.”

(Quran 3:19)

“If anyone desires a religion other than Islam (Submission to Allah), Never will it be accepted of him; and in the Hereafter he will be in the ranks of those who have lost.”

(Quran 3:85)

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