ADHAN

IQAMAH

FAJR

04:28

05:30

 

SUNRISE

06:11

ZUHR

13:21

14:00

 

ASR

18:03

18:30

MAGHRIB

  20:29

  20:29

ISHA

21:49

22:15

14 April 2024

   4 Shawwal 1445

7 Beliefs of Islam

Islam is a monotheistic religion that emphasizes the importance of faith in one God, Allah There are seven core beliefs in Islam that every Muslim must accept as part of their faith. These beliefs provide a framework for Muslims to understand their faith and their place in the world. These beliefs emphasize the importance of monotheism, prophethood, holy books, angels, judgment, predestination, and the afterlife. As such, Muslims strive to live their lives in accordance with these beliefs, seeking to please Allah and earn His eternal reward.

Belief in the Oneness of Allah

The most fundamental belief in Islam is the belief in one God, Allah Muslims believe that Allah is the only deity worthy of worship and that He is the creator of the universe and everything in it. Muslims believe in Allah attributes of mercy, justice, and compassion, and strive to live their lives in accordance with His teachings.

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Belief in the Angels (Malaikah) of Allah

Muslims believe in the existence of angels, who are spiritual beings created by Allah to carry out His commands. Muslims believe that angels play an important role in their lives, from recording their deeds to protecting them from harm.

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Belief in the Revelations (Books) of Allahﷻ 

Muslims believe that Allah revealed His message to humanity through holy books, including the Quran, the Torah, the Psalms, and the Gospel. Muslims believe that the Quran is the final and complete revelation from Allah and that it supersedes all previous revelations.

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Belief in the Prophets of Allah

Muslims believe that Allah sent prophets to guide humanity throughout history. These prophets include Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and the final prophet, Muhammad. Muslims believe that these prophets were chosen by Allah to convey His message to humanity and that they were all truthful and righteous individuals.

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Belief in the Day of Judgement

Belief in the Day of Judgment. Muslims believe that there will be a Day of Judgment when Allah will judge all human beings based on their deeds in this life. Muslims believe that this judgment will determine their eternal fate and that they must strive to live a righteous life in preparation for it.

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Belief in Premeasurement (Qadar)

Muslims believe in predestination, which means that Allah has already determined the destiny of every human being. Muslims believe that Allah’sknowledge of the future does not interfere with their free will, and that they are responsible for their actions and choices.

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Belief in Resurrection after Death (Afterlife)

Muslims believe in life after death, where they will be held accountable for their actions in this life. Muslims believe that the souls of the righteous will be rewarded with eternal paradise, while the souls of the wicked will be punished in hell.

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