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The Holy Quran

The Holy Quran is a compilation of the verbal revelations given to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) over a period of twenty two years. The Holy Quran is the Holy Book or the Scriptures of the Muslims. It lays down for them the law and commandments, codes for their social and moral behaviour, and contains a comprehensive religious philosophy. The language of the Quran is Arabic.

Besides its proper name, the Quran is also known by the following names:al Kitab The Book;al Furqan The Discriminant: al Dhikr The Exposition; al Bayan The Explanation; al Burhan The Argument; al Haqq The Truth; al Tanzil The Revelation; al Hikmat The Wisdom; al Huda The Guide; al Hukm The Judgment; al Mau’izah The Admonition; al Rahmat The Mercy; al-Noor The Light; al-Rooh The Word

Surahs And Verses

The Holy Quran is divided into 114 Surahs or Chapters and each Chapter consists of individual Ayaat or verses. There are in total 6,348 verses in the Holy Quran. The Surahs are of varying lengths, some consisting of a few lines while others run for many pages. Surah al Baqarah (Ch.2 ) is the longest Chapter comprising 287 verses while Surah al Kauthar( Ch. 108) is the shortest with only four verses including the tasmia.

The text of the Holy Quran has remained unchanged over the past 1400 years. The millions of copies of the Quran circulating in the world today are all identical down to a single letter. And this is not strange since God says in the Holy Quran that He Himself will guard this book:

“Surely it is We Who have revealed the Exposition, and surely it is We Who are its guardians” (15:10)

What Does The Holy Quran Contain

To the Muslims, the Quran is the Word of God and contains complete guidance for mankind. Much of the Quran is about God, His attributes and man’s relationship to Him. But it also contains directives for its followers, historical accounts of certain prophets and peoples, arguments for accepting Muhammad as a genuine Prophet and good news for the believers and warnings for the disbelievers. Broadly speaking, the contents of the Holy Quran fall into five main categories:

  • Nature of the Spiritual World
  • The Law and Commandments
  • Historical Accounts
  • The Wisdom
  • The Prophecies


Most Muslims treat paper copies of the Quran with veneration, ritually washing before reading the Quran.[123] Worn out, torn, or errant (for example, pages out of order) Qurans are not discarded as wastepaper, but rather are left free to flow in a river, kept somewhere safe, burned, or buried in a remote location. Many Muslims memorize at least some portion of the Quran in the original Arabic, usually at least the verses needed to perform the contact prayers (salat). Those who have memorized the entire Quran earn the right to the title of Hafiz.[124]

Based on tradition and a literal interpretation of sura 56:77–79: “That this is indeed a Quran Most Honourable, In a Book well-guarded, Which none shall touch but those who are clean.”, many scholars believe that a Muslim must perform a ritual cleansing with water (wudu) before touching a copy of the Quran, or mus’haf, although this view is ubiquitous.

Quran desecration means mishandling the Quran by defiling or dismembering it. Muslims believe they should always treat the book with reverence, and are forbidden, for instance, to pulp, recycle, or simply discard worn-out copies of the text. Respect for the written text of the Quran is an important element of religious faith by many Muslims. They believe that intentionally insulting the Quran is a form of blasphemy.

The text of the Quran has become readily accessible over the internet, in Arabic as well as numerous translations in other languages. It can be downloaded and searched both word-by-word and with Boolean algebra. Photos of ancient manuscripts and illustrations of Quranic art can be witnessed. However, there are still limits to searching the Arabic text of the Quran.[125]


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Introduction of Hadith

A hadith is a saying or narration of the Prophet’s speech, deed, or approval or disapproval – whether spoken or tacit – about something. The hadiths have been learned by heart by the Muslims, later recorded, authenticated and handed down to us through the centuries.

Next to the revelation of the Quran is this the greatest ‘miracle’ of Islam, for which there is no equivalent anywhere:
Authentic traditions with chains of transmissions, critically and thoroughly examined by Muslim scholars and experts of hadith science, preserved and taught to the present day.

Importance of Hadith

The knowledge and study of Hadith is essential for our in-depth and correct understanding of Islaam. Like the Qur’aan, the Hadiths are from Allah too, but they are expressed in the person and language of Muhammad . Hence they are just as important to a Muslim as the Qur’aan. The Qur’aan gives us principles, instructions and various laws and the Hadiths show us how these things are to be carried out. Those things which are not clear and precise can also only be correctly and fully understood from the Hadith because they distinctly reveal the interpretation given to the Qur’aan by the Messenger himself, hence leaving no room for discord and disorder amongst the Muslim Ummah.

If we follow the Hadiths and mould our lives uncompromisingly to the truths, values and principles found in them, then we would be worshiping Allaah in the way that He wants us to. By doing so we would mirror the Islaam that was practiced by the Messenger of Allah and those who were able to establish it under his leadership. The first generation Muslims did exactly this and hence they became the best of Muslims alhumdulillaah.

I pray that we all do our best to follow the original Islaam, in its pristine purity and dazzling clarity, the is the Islaam of the Qur’an and the Sunnah.

This work establishes points which can be derived from the Hadith and do not attempt to go into explanations. A lot can probably be said concerning each point outlined by bringing in other Hadith, ayat from the Qur’aan and even sayings of the companions, their successors and scholars of various times, but that is not the aim of this exercise but to give the reader an insight into what is already clear in the Hadith and to encourage him to accept what he learns uncompromisingly. Later study of further Islaamic material will gradually add to his comprehension and conviction as well as fill in the details insha’Allah, but it is essential that he does not neglect what e has found since he knows it to be from the teachings of the Messenger and thus undeniably correct. Most if not all of the points are self-evident from the text of the Hadith itself, and the points are intended to mainly help the reader of the Hadith not to fail to notice them and clearly show him what are his duties regarding what he has just read.

A brief history of Mustalah al-Hadith

As time passed, more reporters were involved in each isnad, and so the situation demanded strict discipline in the acceptance of ahadith; the rules regulating this discipline are known as Mustalah al-Hadith (the Classification of Hadith).

Amongst the early traditionists (muhaddithin, scholars of Hadith), the rules and criteria governing their study of Hadith were meticulous but some of their terminology varied from person to person, and their principles began to be systematically written down, but scattered amongst various books, e.g. in Al-Risalah of al-Shafi’i (d. 204), the Introduction to the Sahih of Muslim (d. 261) and the Jami’ of al-Tirmidhi (d. 279); many of the criteria of early traditionists, e.g. al-Bukhari, were deduced by later scholars from a careful study of which reporters or isnads were accepted and rejected by them.

One of the earliest writings to attempt to cover Mustalah comprehensively, using standard (i.e. generally-accepted) terminology, was the work by al-Ramahurmuzi (d. 360). The next major contribution was Ma’rifah ‘Ulum al-Hadith by al-Hakim (d. 405), which covered fifty classifications of Hadith, but still left some points untouched; Abu Nu’aim al-Isbahani (d. 430) completed some of the missing parts to this work. After that came Al-Kifayah fi ‘Ilm al- Riwayah of al-Khatib al-Baghdadi (d. 463) and another work on the manner of teaching and studying Hadith; later scholars were considered to be greatly indebted to al-Khatib’s work.

After further contributions by Qadi ‘Iyad al-Yahsubi (d. 544) and Abu Hafs al-Mayanji (d.580) among others, came the work which, although modest in size, was so comprehensive in its excellent treatment of the subject that it came to be the standard reference for thousands of scholars and students of Hadith to come, over many centuries until the present day: ‘Ulum al-Hadith of Abu ‘Amr ‘Uthman Ibn al-Salah (d. 643), commonly known as Muqaddimah Ibn al-Salah, compiled while he taught in the Dar al-Hadith of several cities in Syria. Some of the numerous later works based on that of Ibn al-Salah are:

An abridgement of Muqaddimah, Al-Irshad by al- Nawawi (d. 676), which he later summarised in his Taqrib; al-Suyuti (d. 911) compiled a valuable commentary on the latter entitled Tadrib al-Rawi. Ikhtisar ‘Ulum al-Hadith of Ibn Kathir (d. 774), Al-Khulasah of al-Tibi (d. 743), Al-Minhal of Badr al-Din b. Jama’ah (d. 733), Al-Muqni’ of Ibn al-Mulaqqin (d. 802) and Mahasin al-Istilah of al-Balqini (d. 805), all of which are abridgements of Muqaddimah Ibn al- Salah. Al-Nukat of al-Zarkashi (d. 794), Al-Taqyid wa ‘l-Idah of al-’Iraqi (d. 806) and Al-Nukat of Ibn Hajar al-’Asqalani (d. 852), all of which are further notes on the points made by Ibn al-Salah. Alfiyyah al-Hadith of al-’Iraqi, a rewriting of Muqaddimah in the form of a lengthy poem, which became the subject of several commentaries, including two (one long, one short) by the author himself, Fath al-Mughith of al-Sakhawi (d. 903), Qatar al-Durar of al-Suyuti and Fath al-Baqi of Shaykh Zakariyyah al-Ansari (d. 928).

Other notable treatises on Mustalah include:

al-Iqtirah of Ibn Daqiq al-’Id (d. 702). Tanqih al-Anzar of Muhammad b. Ibrahim al- Wazir (d. 840), the subject of a commentary by al-Amir al-San’ani (d. 1182). Nukhbah al-Fikr of Ibn Hajar al-’Asqalani, again the subject of several commentaries, including one by the author himself, one by his son Muhammad, and those of ‘Ali al-Qari (d. 1014), ‘Abd al-Ra’uf al-Munawi (d. 1031) and Muhammad b. ‘Abd al-Hadi al-Sindi (d. 1138). Among those who rephrased the Nukhbah in poetic form are al-Tufi (d. 893) and al- Amir al-San’ani. Alfiyyah al-Hadith of al-Suyuti, the most comprehensive poetic work in the field. Al-Manzumah of al-Baiquni, which was expanded upon by, amongst others, al-Zurqani (d. 1122) and Nawab Siddiq Hasan Khan (d. 1307). Qawa’id al-Tahdith of Jamal al-Din al-Qasimi (d. 1332). Taujih al-Nazar of Tahir al-Jaza’iri (d. 1338), a summary of al-Hakim’s Ma’rifah.



Six Major Ahadeeth

Muslims view the Six major Hadith collections as their most important. They are, in order of authenticity [1]:

  • 1. Sahih Bukhari, collected by Imam Bukhari (d. 870), includes 7275 ahadith
  • 2. Sahih Muslim, collected by Muslim b. al-Hajjaj (d. 875), includes 9200 ahadith
  • 3. Sunan al-Sughra, collected by al-Nasa’i (d. 915)
  • 4. Sunan Abu Dawood, collected by Abu Dawood (d. 888)
  • 5. Jami al-Tirmidhi, collected by al-Tirmidhi (d. 892)
  • 6. Sunan ibn Majah, collected by Ibn Majah (d. 887)

The first two, commonly referred to as the Two Sahihs as an indication of their authenticity, contain approximately seven thousand ahadith altogether if repetitions are not counted, according to Ibn Hajar.[2]


The Ahaadith were not compiled and codified in the time of the Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) like it is today. There existed no real need for this as the Sahaba memorised virtually every word spoken by the Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam). Allah Ta’ala had granted them such perfect and excellent memories that once they heard anything they used to remember it throughout their lives. The remembering of lengthy poems and the ancestral details of horses and camels bears testimony to this fact. Once Hazrat Ibn Umar (RA) repeated Ahaadith to a bedouin, in order for him to memorize it well. The bedouin remarked, “Enough, once is sufficient I shall not forget it till death. I have performed 60 pilgrimages on 60 camels and I know perfectly well which Hajj I performed on which camel.”

This was the condition of the bedouins in ordinary matters and mundane talk. How much more did they preserve the speech of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam). Not only his speech but every action notion, indication, approval, disapproval and deed of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) was preserved by them. They valued these more than their lives and wealth. They used to alternate with their business partners in sitting in the gathering of the Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam). Each partner used to narrate to his companion what he had heard the Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) say. Extreme measures were taken to safeguard the words of the Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam). Many of them (did not know how to write) were not literate. However, the Sahaba who knew how to write used to record and write down the Ahaadith as well. The Ahaadith were recorded in the presence of the Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam)


The Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) has mentioned in one Hadith, ‘Do not record (write) from me anything except the Quran. Whosoever has written anything should obliterate it. (Muslim vol.2 Pg.44)

This prohibition is of a temporary nature when the Quran was initially being revealed (and there was a possibility of the hadith and Quran being mixed up) so that the hadith and the Quran do not get mixed up. When this initial period has passed and this possibility was ruled out, this prohibition ceased and an order was given to write and record the Ahaadith as Allama Ibne-Hajar has detailed in his commentary on Bukhari Shareef. Allama Nawawi in the commentary of Muslim Shareef has stated that the prohibition was when the mixing was feared. Thereafter when it was safe, permission was granted for writing.

Islam is the Most Powerful Religion

Allah says in the Quran:
O ye who believe! fear Allah as He should be feared and die not other than a Muslim.

[QURAN 3:102]

Allah is not calling the disbelievers, He is calling the Muslims and warns them not to die as a Shia, Sunni, Hanafee, Shafee etc. but they should die only as a Muslim and as Nothing else.
One should be a Muslim who has accepted Islam and should not segregate himself into any other group. For the Prophet (s.a.w) said: My Ummah would segregate into 73 groups of which only one would come into Paradise. Meaning that the remaining 72 groups would go to hell.
The Group which would be coming to paradise would follow Quran and Saheeh Hadees implicitly – and adhere to the Muslim amir and follow the Muslim Jamath; if neither are present then they would abide by the laws of Quran and Saheeh Hadith and remain a Muslim alone till death does take them away.

[Sahih Al-Bukhari 4.803]

At this juncture it is very important to understand that all the groups and sects have their own set of laws and law books and some of them CONTRADICTORY to Quran and Hadith.

Allah says in the Quran:
As for those who divide their religion and break up into sects thou (Oh! Muhammed) hast no part in them in the least:

[QURAN 6:159]

If the Prophet has nothing to do with them in the least with those people who have segregated, then can they still consider themselves Muslims � if they cannot be Muslims then how can they earn virtues for any of the deed they do!!! � its impossible – Common Sense !!!!!!.

Allah also says in the Quran:
After receiving clear proof (Quran & Saheeh Hadith), Be not like those who have segregated themselves into different groups, for them there is a Grievous punishment. 

[QURAN 3:105]

Oh ! Muslims UNITE, just be a Muslim who has accepted ISLAM and nothing more, discard all groups and follow Quran and Saheeh Hadith, The Only True Laws and Guidance given by Allah thru His Prophet for Mankind, you will not stray from the Right path to Victory and Paradise.

So dear Muslims leave all groups and become a true Muslim- not a Tawheed, Tablique, Shia, Sunni, Hanafee, Shafee etc.

This is the only way we can unite all the Muslims and when the Muslims UNITE you would see for yourselves what a Tremendously Mighty Powerful Religion Islam is (ameen).

May Allah guide us and UNITE us. 

We are Muslims. Who are we?

Imam Tammam Adi Ph.D, Director of the Islamic Cultural Center, Eugene, Oregon explains basic Islamic beliefs and history for a non-Muslim audience.

Beliefs. We are known as one of the three great Abrahamic faiths. Like Judaism and Christianity, our religion was founded by a descendant of Abraham. We believe in Moses and Jesus, the Torah and Gospel. We believe in the Ten Commandments.

We believe in angels, in heaven and hell and the Day of Judgment, in the return of Jesus, in the books and messengers of God, and in predestination and free will.

Some people think we have a different God because we use the Arabic language name for God, “Allah.” Whether we are Christians, Jews or Muslims, we all pray to the same God.

To those of you who are Hindu, Buddhist, or any other faith, we share your love of God and all humanity. We believe God sent a messenger to every nation with the same message: Believe in one God and be fair to each other.

We are taught that Islam is just the final brick in the house that God has built through his other prophets.

One becomes a Muslim by declaring there is only one God (thus, no one should play God) and Mohammed is his messenger.

Duties. We pray 5 times a day, pay a tax to help the needy, fast during the month of Ramadan, and make a pilgrimage to Mecca if we are able.

Beginnings. In the year 610 C.E., the angel Gabriel appeared to a descendant of Abraham and Hagar. His name was Mohammed, a contemplative and respected citizen of the trading metropolis of Mecca.

Mohammed could not read or write, but he listened carefully, and the messages from God, brought by the angel, were written down by others during the next 23 years of his life and later put together in a book called the Koran, in Arabic “The Reading.”

The religion was called Islam, which, in Arabic means “submission to God, peace, safety, purity.” Followers were called Muslims. Both word were derived from the stem “salam.”

The Islamic empire spread rapidly throughout the Middle East, all of North Africa, parts of Europe, Persia and as far as China. Those supporting freedom of speech and religion (such as India) joined the empire by treaties. Islamic teachings were later voluntarily accepted by many because they were simple and supportive of diverse culture and science.

Muslims led a Golden Age of local rule and pluralism supporting science and culture in Baghdad, Cairo, Jerusalem, Damascus, and Spain for hundreds of years. Christians, Jews, Zoroastrians and Hindus lived together in peace.

The Crusades. This holy war was stirred up in Europe and continued off and on for centuries. It was sparked when the Islamic rulers of Jerusalem attacked churches, prevented pilgrimage and persecuted Christians. The Church of Rome spread the idea that Muslims were infidels�godless. Muslims had violated the most fundamental Islamic principle of protection of religious freedom.

And when Muslims started attacking churches in Spain, a brutal Inquisition destroyed the multicultural civilization there that had lasted for 8 centuries. Similarly, intolerant Baghdad was destroyed by Mongol invaders and the Ottoman Empire was carved up into artificial states after WWI.

Dictatorships followed and continue until the present day throughout the Islamic world, sometimes supported by outside influence. Internal democracy movements are crushed.

Many Muslims do not understand their religion well anymore. In unfree societies, one is not taught to think, only to hear and obey.

Still, suicide bombings are condemned by all Muslims. The vast majority believe that political grievances should be resolved with demonstrations and fair fights which do not harm the innocent. Muslims see terror as sabotage of their just causes.

Terrorists work for political ends. Muslims do not know who they are. They do not hang out in mosques and mix with us.

Even Muslims who are very angry at America abhor terror and cannot be recruited into it.



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

Who is Allah

This is a topic which no human being could ever do justice to, for the very reason we are talking about a being who is the Omnipresent, Omnipotent and Omniscient, a being about whom none in the whole world could or would ever have the complete knowledge as to His Tremendous power and Magnanimous Benevolence and Grace and Mercy. We the human beings are His best creations, and if we can use our common sense and see what sophisticated and subtle powers He has instilled in us and if we were to delineate our five senses and the exceptional sixth sense, we could to a very small negligible amount estimate his powers, and if we could see the natural phenomenon and their powers in this world which is a very insignificant creation of God while compared to the whole creation of God’s Universe, then we could � to some extent understand the power of this Unique Being. But if we understand the hereafter, the life after the Judgment day with the rewards and punishments and of Heaven and Hell, then we will realize as to how very small is our insignificant power to estimate the Supreme Greatness of a Being The Creator and Sustainer of ALL that ever existed or exists or would ever exist!!!!.

Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him) said that Allah the Most High says,

“My servants, all of you are astray except him whom I have guided, but if you ask Me for guidance I will guide you. All of you are poor except him whom I have enriched, but if you ask of me I will give you provision; all of you are sinners except him whom I have preserved (from sin), but if any of you knows that I have power to pardon and ask my pardon I will pardon him, and I do not care. If the first and the last of you, the living and the dead among you, those of you who are fresh and those of you who are withered, all had hearts as pious as the heart of the most pious of My servants, that would not add as much as a gnat’s wing to My dominion. If the first and last of you, the living and the dead among you, those of you who are fresh and those of you who are withered, had all hearts as wretched as the heart of the most wretched of My servants, that would not diminish as much as a gnat’s wing from My dominion. If the first and last of you, the living and the dead among you, those of you who are fresh and those of you who are withered, were gathered in one plain, each one of you asking all he could hope for, and I were to grant the request of each of you who asked, that would cause no more diminution in My dominion than if one of you passed by the sea and, after dipping a needle in it, took it out (the water of the sea would have stuck to the needle and the sea would have lost that much water but Allah would not even have lost so much from His wealth), that being because I am Generous and Glorious, doing what I wish. My giving is speech and my punishment is speech. My command to a thing when I want it is just to say to it `Be’ and it comes into being.”

[Al-Tirmizi 2344]

At the outset, Just as the word God is a term in English, Baghvan in Hindi, Hudha in Urdu, Kadavul in Tamil, denoting a Supreme Being, in Arabic the word Allah denotes a Supreme being, it is not the name of anyone it is just a term in the Arabic language. {Al} means “The” and {Lah} means “Divine” so Allah just means “The Divine” Being. It denotes The Most Supreme Creator, the Lord of ALL the Worlds and everything in it. He exists in the form of a Light, a Light most powerful and very very unlike the lights of earth. He created the Heavens and earth in six days � a day equaling to fifty thousand years of the earth’s calculation, and on the seventh day He sat on His Throne in the seventh Heaven which stands over an ocean of water.

I heard Allah’s Apostle (peace be upon him) as saying: Allah ordained the measures (of quality) of the creation fifty thousand years before He created the heavens and the earth, as His Throne was upon water.

[Sahih Muslim 6416]

(Whereby) the angels and the Spirit ascend unto Him in a Day whereof the span is fifty thousand years (to your reckoning) .

[QURAN 70:4]

Verily your Lord is Allah Who created the heavens and the earth in six Days and is firmly established on the Throne (of authority) regulating and governing all things.

[QURAN 10:3]

touched it. Light upon light (an incomparable light), Allah guideth unto His light whom He will. And Allah speaketh to mankind in allegories, for Allah is knower of all things.

[QURAN 24:35]

For anyone to become a BELIEVER they should completely believe, accept, and utter “LA ILAHA ILLALLAH” meaning there are no gods or deities, all gods and deities are false, EXCEPT One God the sole Supreme being, the Creator and Sustainer of every thing that ever exists or will ever exist. And the Arabic term for this Being is Allah and He alone is worthy to be worshipped.

Allah not only created the human beings but also gave them a crystal clear, faultless, flawless, pure path, a path most perfect, without any doubts or uncertainties , a path which would take you most comfortably towards success and victory in this world as well as in the hereafter, This unique path, – had the whole world jointly researched they would not have found, it was just the Magnanimous Benevolence of Allah to have provided us mankind with this unique path thru all the Prophets from Adam (a.s) right thru Muhammed (s.a.w). Just as rain which comes in a pure form, once it reaches the earth it gets polluted, stained and impure � the pure religion of Allah which came thru the Prophets, after them due to a lot of innovations and manipulations of ignorant or selfish people strayed further and further away from the righteous path that the Prophets delivered to mankind. And just as the polluted water again and again gets purified by the sun’s rays (evaporates and comes back as pure rain water) the Prophets one after the other kept on purifying this True Path � the religion of Allah. All the Prophets came with one and only mission � to make mankind worship the Creator and not the Created.
Worshiping the Created is considered to be the worst, the gravest, the nastiest, and most terrible of all sins, there is no sin greater than this!!! The Prophets came to show and teach mankind as to how to worship God, but mankind was always distracted by Satan who made them worship the created things thereby taking them further and further away from Paradise � for it is the aim of Satan to destroy mankind by taking them to Hell.

A man or woman has so many people who love them dearly, i.e. their mother, father, brother, sister, sons or daughters or lover etc. etc. but Allah loves each and every individual much more than any one of them, His love for every individual is far more greater than all these people’s love put together � and He is also much more closer to them than their spinal cord, i.e. meaning how fast a reflex action is executed by the nervous system in the body, but Allah would act much more faster than that, and He knows much more about you than you know about yourself. There is none in this world who loves you more dearly than Allah and none in this world who knows more about you than Allah.



Allah according to Quran

The Quran describes Him in chapter 112, (Sura Ikhlaas) as the One and Only Being ( neither a male nor a female) always was, is, and will be, never was there a beginning nor will there be an ending for Him. And He is FREE of all needs (i.e like father mother, wife children, eating, sleeping or relaxing, birth or death), He is self-sufficient and has no need of any one’s or anythings help. � and He was neither born nor gives birth to � for all things born will die, and all things born will have to give birth to to propagate their species if not their species would become rare and get wiped out from the face of the earth. Allah just creates, for when He wants something He just says “KUN” (Be) and it comes into existence, that’s His power, He Creates and He is the ONE and ONLY Creator. � and there is nothing or none equal or comparative unto Him; All things that exist are His Creations and are very very insignificant when compared to Him.


Say: He is Allah the One and Only;

2 Allah the Eternal Absolute;

3 He begetteth not nor is He begotten;

4 And there is none (or nothing) like unto Him.

[QURAN 112:1-4]

Allah according to Hadeeth

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: If in the sight of Allah the world had the value equal to that of the wing of a mosquito, He (Allah) would not have allowed a disbeliever even to drink a mouthful of water out of it.

[Al-Tirmizi 477]

We should understand that worshiping Allah means not only Praying, Fasting, Haj, Umrah, etc. etc. yes these too are acts of worship but obeying Allah in everything He says is True Worship; for example Allah says that everything in the heavens and earth worship Allah, meaning that everything except the Gin (genies) and human beings to whom He has given total freedom. All other planets and creations worship by not disobeying Him in any of His commands � They obey Him precisely and implicitly without straying in the least from His command. For example He has commanded the earth to revolve round the Sun, and the Moon to revolve round the earth � this they do without in the least deviating from His commands � this type of obeying implicitly is True Worship. And for this type of worship Allah has a tremendous reward � A reward which no one could ever compute as to how much or how great a reward He has for the ones who worship Him truly and that is Paradise.

The Prophet said, “A single endeavor in Allah’s cause in the afternoon or in the forenoon is better than all the world and whatever is in it. A place in Paradise as small as the bow or lash (whip)of one of you is better than all the world and whatever is in it. And if a houri from Paradise appeared to the people of the earth, she would fill the space between Heaven and the Earth with light and pleasant scent and her head cover is better than the world and whatever is in it.”

[Sahih Bukhari 4.53]


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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