Sunday, February 27, 2011

The Namaz (prayer)

Starting with the name of Allah, Most Gracious, and Most Merciful

After Wudhu (ablution) discussed HERE pray Namaz or Here

We pray to our Lord 5 times a day:

A prayer made by me:

Special Prayer: Praise The Lord Almighty, who is above the heavens the earth, the angels and us all. Then Praise our beloved Prophet (peace be upon him), Praise Prophets: Adam, Nuh, Ibrahim, Musa, Esa. Praise the Angels. Praise those who Teach and are taught the Quran, Namaz, Islam, The Six Faiths, and The Five

Pillars. Finally Ask Forgiveness for Yourself, your mistakes, and your sins.

Special Dua (prayer after reading Namaz): Rabb ka naam roshan karo, Afhiya mango hmare pyare nabi k liye, Afhiya mango jino n Namaz, Quran, aur Islam, pehlaya, seekha, sekhaya, samjha, parha, aur parhaya.

1. Fajr: Before the sun rises in the morning

You must pray during this time, otherwise no prayer will be accepted until Dhur

2 Sunnat, and 2 Fardh are prayed.
Sunnat is prayed after the Adhaan (call to prayer)
Fardh is prayed with the assembly after the Adhaan and after sunnat with the Imam.

Remember to hold out your hands to Allah and pray to him after Fardh

2. Dhuhr: When the sun has reached its highest peak

This is 4 sunnat, 4 Fardh, 2 Sunnat, 2 Nafal

4 Sunnat is prayed after the Adhaan (call to prayer)

4 Fardh is prayed with the assembly after the Adhaan and after sunnat with the Imaam.

2 Sunnat is prayed once assembly is over

2 Nafil is prayed once sunnat prayer is finished

Remember to hold out your hands to Allah and pray to him after Fardh

3. Asr: When the sun stays at its highest peak the time limit is until it has set

This is 4 sunnat, and 4 fardh

4 sunnat is prayed after the Adhaan (call to prayer)

4 Fardh is prayed with the assembly after the Adhaan and after sunnat with the Imaam.

Remember to hold out your hands and pray to your lord.

4. Maghreb: When the sun is set

This is 3 Fardh, 2 sunnat, and 2 Nafil

3 Fardh is prayed WITH the assembly and it is prayed different: You must pray the Dua-e-Qunoot the third time you get up after praying the alham shareef and after holding out your hand saying Allahu-Akbar.

2 Sunnat and 2 Nafil are prayed after your dua and after Fardh.

5. Isha: You have this prayer until the Fajr prayer

This is 4 Sunnat, 4 Fardh, 2 Sunnat, 2 Nafil, 3 Witr, 2 Nafil

4 Sunnat is prayed before the Adhaan. 4 Fardh is prayed with the assembly, with the Imaam.

2 Sunnat, 2 nafil, 3 witr (very important, you should look this prayer up) and 2 nafil are prayed after Fardh.

You must praise your lord first, then his last Prophet in In Islam, then you pray for yourself.

I testify that: "there is none worthy of worship except Allah, and Muhammad is his messenger."

The Six most important Faith in our religion

The Six Faiths

There are 6 faiths in Islam. They are the following one must believe that there is only one god and creator and that is Allah, next is having faith in Allah’s angels that they do exist and that they try to glorify him and do as he requests. The third faith one must have is one must believe in Allah's scriptures all the books he has sent down you must believe in every single one of them, next is to believe in the prophets that descended upon us. That they should be our role models and were the best of humanity, Allah sent them to guide us show us the right path. The fifth faith is that Allah is in total control of everything he decided what is good and what is bad and should have total faith in him. Lastly the day of judgement that one day everything will come to an end and this will be a day of reckoning when all your good and bad deeds are added up and will be judged how well you spent your time on earth. So my brothers and sisters these are the six important faiths that you must have as a Muslim and are very important in Islam and to be the best that we can be as Muslim's we must have complete faith in these six faiths. Each of these faiths are very important and they symbolize many things for example if you have complete faith in the scriptures means that you have complete faith in the Qu’ran and if you have complete faith in the prophets then you have complete faith in the beloved prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) and also that he the perfect role model as the closest thing as the perfect human being and that we should follow his example and only then we can be the best we can be.

Islam and the relationship with the environment

Starting with the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Islam and the environment

In Islam it is very important to respect the environment. Everything that surrounds us the trees, plants, animals and on a huge scale worlds and universes are all created by Allah our creator. All these things show his greatness and it is very important for us as Muslims to respect and appreciate it all. God has created everything for a purpose everything has a purpose the trees allow us to have oxygen even things we cannot see like gravity it is to keep us on the ground. Everything was created by Allah to serve him also as a cycle everything a Muslim sees around was created to balance something else. Man is a big element in the universe even though we are quite small we have a relationship. Man has a huge relationship with the universe and it is also our duty to protect our surrounding and environment. Because it is the tree’s that allow us to breath, the meat from the animals that feed us, wood that help us build house’s and a variety of things also the rivers that bring water to our homes and communities and the list can just go on and on. All these resources were created by our creator to so these things can benefit us and also others around us. All the things that Allah has created that are absolute for our survival he has left them in our care and trust so it is very important for us to take care of them. So it is our right in Islam to use these resources to meet our needs.

The importance of Dhikr (Remembering our Lord, Saviour, First and Last Resort

Importance of Dhikr

Dhikr is very important in Islam. Dhikr means that one remembers the lord Allah by this you are showing your lord that you have not forgotten him. After all he does so much for us it is because of him that we have food and shelter and also thanks to him that we have all these worldly possessions that we value so much. Also remembers the one go gives can also take it is by his mercy that he gives you everything that you require, everything you need so the least we can do is remember who gave us all these possessions. But even though Allah give us all these things that still means that we should remember him because if you remember him and ask him for thing and he being a merciful lord grants you these item but it turns out that upon receiving these items you forget him he will easily take back what he gave. There are other benefits to Dhikr then just to get item that concern worldly affair it is said that by doing Dhikr your heart will find peace your life will become better you will see things turn around. You will be happy most of the times your work will be better when you return your family will also better. It is also said that if you turn away from Allah you forget him you are a loser and those who don't do Dhikr are clearly on the wrong path. The most powerful part is that no matter if you do Dhikr or not whether you remember Allah or not you might realize once a week or once a month that it is him who gave you all these comforts. You might remember him once a week or month but he always remember you. Also there are also many other benefits for you and when one enters Jannat ( paradise) he remorse over how much time he could have spent doing Dhikr of Allah our merciful and beloved lord.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

If you don't have Faith, Come to this website

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First of all, the most important beliefs -which makes him a true Muslim consist of:
1. Believing in the Oneness of Allah (swt), also called Tawheed
Which is obligatory among the new and reborn Muslim:

1st-kalma La Ila Ha Illal Laho Mohammad ur Rasool Allah

There is No GOD but ALLAH,Mohammad is His Messenger.

These words are said for new/reborn Muslims and it become a part of your whole life as soon as you say it.

  • He is Attributed with Eternity
  • He has no Beginning/End
  • He is not to be Attributed with anyone
  • He has power to do Anything
  • He is the ONLY Creator
  • Only His Creation Has a Beginning/End
  • He is the Creator of the world and every Molecule within it
  • He gives Sustenance
  • He is the Only one who can Create/Destroy
  • His Creation cannot create OR destroy (the one who cuts an apple cannot put it back together)
  • He doesn't Anybody

{Allah has the perfect Attributes that are not similar to the attributes of others.} Everything other than Allah is created (i.e., this entire universe).

Mu'awiya bin Qurra reported that 'Abdullah bin Al-Maghaffal Al-Muzani said, "I saw Allah's Apostle on the day of the Conquest of Mecca, riding his she-camel and reciting Surat-al-Fath (48) or part of Surat-al-Fath. He recited it in a vibrating and pleasant voice. Then Mu'awiya recited as 'Abdullah bin Mughaffal had done and said, "Were I not afraid that the people would crowd around me, I would surely recite in a vibrating pleasant voice as Ibn Mughaffal did, imitating the Prophet." I asked Muawiya, "How did he recite in that tone?" He said thrice, "A, A , A."

"Allah does not listen to anything as He listens to the recitation of the Quran by a Prophet who recites it in attractive audible sweet sounding voice."

The Prophet was hiding himself in Mecca and used to recite the (Qur'an) in a loud voice. When the pagans heard him they would abuse the Qur'an and the one who brought it, so Allah said to His Prophet: 'Neither say your prayer aloud, nor say it in a low tone.' (17.110)

While the Prophet was in a funeral procession, he took a stick and started scraping the earth with it and said, "There is none of you but has his place assigned either in Hell or in Paradise." They (the people) said, "Shall we not depend upon that (and give up doing any deeds)?' He said, " Carry on doing (good deeds) for everybody will find it easy to do such deeds as will lead him to his destined place for which he has been created ." (And then the Prophet recited the Verse):-- 'As for him who gives (in charity) and keeps his duty to Allah...' (92.5)

Pool side breakfast, Mena House Oberoi Hotel Cairo Egypt
Cairo Mena House Oberoi, Cairo, Egypt


1. Wudhu - Start by saying the second Kalma (Shahadat):


Important Fardh (requirements- if one fardh is missing, the Wudhu is incomplete) in Wudhu (follow the instructions):

Wash hands starting from the
RIGHT hand.
Then clean your teeth with a Miswak and toothbrush

Gargle water in your mouth WHILE washing nose up to the top of your nostrils.

Gargle water in your mouth WHILE washing nose up to the top of your nostrils.

Wash Complete face starting from your forehead.

Wash Arms (starting with the RIGHT hand) Up to the elbows.

Wash hair DOWN TO THE ROOTS Three times.

Wash ears completely at the same time.

Wash Feet starting from the RIGHT one in between and around toes.

  • Wash from the face from forehead to the lower portion of the chin and from one ear lobe to the other.
  • Wash both arms, including both feet and the elbows, once
  • Doing Masah-wiping the head with water upto the roots of a quarter of the head once
  • Washing of both the feet, including the ankles, once.
Once all is said and done, start the Wudhu properly which is:
  • Washing the right hand up to and including the wrists. Make sure to rub between the fingers of the hand. And thus make sure no part of the hand is left dry three times.
  • Brush teeth with a Miswak or Tooth brush if you're in the west
  • While Gargling 3 times, pass water into the nostrils thrice
  • Khilal of the beard (which is washing in between the hair on your beard.)
  • Khilal of the fingers and toes (which is when you pass water into the nostrils thrice.)
  • Washing of each part three times
  • Masah (rubbing your head with water to the root of your hair 3 times)
  • Masah of both the ears once
  • Wudhu done systematically, that is it has to be organized for the maximum return.
  • Washing of each part one after the other without pause, so no part dries up before the Wudhu is completed
    *If a sunnat (
    following the practices of Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa) is left out, the Wudhu is complete but full sawaab (reward is not gained.
There are 5 Mustahab's (preferences) in the Wudhu
  • Beginning from the right
  • Masah of the nape (back of the neck)
  • Not to take assistance from anyone
  • Facing the Qibla
  • Sitting on a high and clean place.
    There is only a reward for this (sins are not welcome)
There are Makrooh's (neither reward will be recorded nor sin will be erased).
  • Wudhu in a dirty place
  • Cleaning the nose with the right hand
  • Talking of worldly affairs
  • To do Wudhu against the Sunnat
As Makrooh has been done, You don't have to Wudhu


A very very important part of Islam is the "Ghusal", these steps to perform the "Ghusal" are:
  1. Step one: have the Intention to perform Ghusalto the in your mind, body, heart, and soul.
  2. Step two: Recite Bismillah Hi-Rruhman-Nirraheem, It means: "In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, MOST Merciful."
  3. Step three: Wash The right hand, 3 times (getting in between fingers and all around the hand), then the left hand, 3 times (getting in between fingers and all around the hand); making sure that the whole hand is dry.
  4. wash the private parts.
  5. Wash right hand up to the wrist 3 times , then wash the left hand up to the wrist 3 times, making sure that both hands are dry.
  6. Put water in your mouth while putting water in the nose 3 times each (at the same time)
  7. Put water on your right hand up to and including the elbow 3 times, and put water on your left hand up to and including the left hand 3 times. Making sure that it is dry in the ending
  8. Wash your head with water three times making sure you get deep into the roots. also making sure that the hair is dry in the ending.
  9. Wash your right foot 3 times, and the the left foot 3 times, making sure that they are both dry.
  10. Take a shower, starting from your right side to your left side (making sure that no part of the body is left behind), also getting the head. then rub yourself to the touch making sure it is dry.
The following Dua's complete the ghusl:

( I bear witness that there is no god except Allaah alone, with no partner or associate, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.)

( O Allaah, make me one of those who repent and make me one of those who purify themselves)

The question raised is "why do we need the ghusal?" the following para explains why:

Ghusl is required as an obligatory act in the following cases:

  1. After the discharge of semen as a result of stimulation whether awake or asleep (i.e. in a wet dream). This state is known in Arabic as "JUNUB". If, after the dream no wetness is traced in one's clothing, bathing is not obligatory. However, in case wetness is found but without recalling any dream, performing Ghusl is obligatory. This is based on the hadeeth of Umm Salamah, who reported that Umm Sulaim, the wife of Abu Talha, asked Allaah�s Messenger (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam), saying: �Allaah is not shy when it comes to the truth. So is it obligatory for a woman to perform ghusl if she has a wet dream (i.e. seminal fluid comes out)?� The Prophet (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) responded: �Yes, if she sees the fluid.� This hadeeth is reported by Al-Bukhaaree and Muslim.
  2. After sexual intercourse performing Ghusl is required. It is to be done after sexual intercourse, regardless of whether one ejaculated or not. A male is obligated to perform ghusl if just the head of his private organ enters (the female private organ), even if it is for one second. This is based on the hadeeth of Abu Hurairah (radyAllaahu �anhu) who said: Allaah�s Messenger (pbuh) said: �When a man sits in between the four parts of a woman and enters into her (for intercourse), the ghusl becomes obligatory.� Reported by Al-Bukhaaree and Muslim. In Muslim�s report, there is the addition: ��even if he doesn�t ejaculate.� The women falls under the same ruling as the man in this regard.
  3. Following a period of menstruation, a woman is required to perform Ghusl.
  4. At the end of 40 days after childbirth, a woman is required to perform Ghusl but if the bleeding stops before completing the 40 days period, then she must make the Ghusl as soon as the bleeding stops.
  5. When a Muslim dies, Ghusl is required for him/her except for the Jihad Martyr (Shaheed).

2. Namaz is Obligatory among all Muslims as a source of bringing purity into your life.
The Five types of Namaz are:

Note: if it is too cloudy for you to see the sun and you dont know which way the Kaabah is, then let your instincts guide you;
We often find ourselves in nature or in another place where we don't know the geographical orientations. For Muslims, this can be a source of distress because when you don't know the appropriate orientation for Al Qibla, one feels uncomfortable to perform their prayers to an arbitrary orientation. The "Qiblah" is the direction towards which the Muslim prays. This direction is towards the Kabaa in Mecca, Saudi Arabia
  • You need an accurate watch with arms. If you don't have one you can imagine yourself wearing one
  • Make the shorter arm of your watch oriented to the sun:
  • The median between the shorter arm of your watch and the 12 sign is the orientation of the south.
  • If you find the south then you can find your orientation and thus the one of the Qibla in the location you are in.
  • Look at the south, the north is behind you, the east is on your left and the west is on the right.
  • Keep in mind that the sun moves from the east (at the sun rise) to the south (at noon) to the west (at sunset)

Important Note: If you start to pray as soon as the Azaan begins, the more reward you will receive plus your prayer will be more easily accepted!

Before you start you start Namaz say:

Number of Rukat namaz, Namaz (Fajr or Zuhr or Asr), Standing before the Khana Kaaba, for Allah (swt), When behind an Imam or Qari or Mufti who is about to read Namaz - say his full name, Then do the Qayyam, Say Allahhu-Akbar while raising your hands up to your ears.

  • FAJR - Which includes 2 Sunnat first (then pray), and 2 Fardh behind the Imam
    (then pray) carefully as you might get exactly what you want!-
    This to be completed Before the Sun rises

  • DHUHR - Which includes 2 Sunnat * 2 Sunnat (then pray) before the Adhaan, 4 Sunnat following the Adhaan, 4 Fardh behind the Imam (then pray), 2 Sunnat after reading namaz behind the Imam, and 2 Nafal in the end. The DHUHR is to be started when the Sun is put in place at the top most peak and MUST be completed before the Asr Azaan.

  • ASR - Which includes 4 Sunnat (then pray) after the Adhaan and 4 Fardh (then pray) behind Imam.
    Which is to be started when the Sun sets completely (until you see no spot of it in the night sky).

  • MAGHRIB - Which includes 3 Fardh behind the Imam (then pray), 2 Sunnat, (then pray) and 2 Nafal (then pray) Which is to be started during before the evening and before the Isha Azaan.

  • ISHA - Which includes 4 Sunnat (then pray), Fardh behind the Imam (then pray), 2 Sunnat (then pray), 2 Nafal (then pray), 3 Witr (then pray) which has to be perfect, 2 Nafal (then pray)

  • Don't be selfish when you pray, because you will get a beautiful reward
*Prayer which is done after the Imaam, or Maulvi or Mufti, whoever is in charge of Prayer is finished reading Fardh.

Once the Leader of the Mosque is finished reading FARDH, start counting the Tasbeeh and saying SubhanAllah, Alhamdulillah, and AllahHuAkbar until it ends to the ending.

Then start Praising Allah Subhanahu wa tallah in your most beautiful words, here is a Dua that will help you get you started (Inshallah Ta'la):

Allah Azza Wa Jall, Allah Subhanahu Wa Tallah, Allah Ta'la, Allah Nur-ul Wassamawati Walardh.
Then Bless our beloved Prophet - Hadhrat Muhammad (Sallalahu alaihi Wassallam), His Ummah, His Family, His Friends, His Companions (Slaves).
Then you can ASK for anything you want (no orders what soever).


Fajar will be useful when you die, Zuhr will be useful when you are in your grave, Asr will be useful when you are not allowed to speak, Maghrib will be useful when two angels called Munkar and Nakeer come ripping through earth and ask you 3 questions:

"MAN RABBUKA" meaning 'Who is your lord'?
"MAA DEENUKA" meaning 'what is your religion' ?
"MAA KUNTA TAQUL FEE HAZAR RAJL" meaning 'What did you used to say about this person'?,

Your Answer MUST be:

"RABBUNALLAH" my lord is Allah,
"DEENIL ISLAM" my religion is Islam,
"HUWA RASOOLULLAHE SALALLAHO ALAIHI WASSALLAM" This is Allah's Messenger, He has been embraced with Allah's mercy, greeting to Him.

Isha will be useful when you will receive a Gift from the heavens.


Upon having the intention to go to Mecca for Hajj, one must recite the following Surah - Very important:

3. Makkah is the most sacred place of our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (saw), Mecca is where you will find mosque in Saudi Arabia

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said:

"I have not seen a single thing which makes a person free from want (financially secure) quicker, nor which is more effective in removing poverty, than continuously performing Hajj (year after year)."

As Muslim's, all of us-Hadhrat Adam (saw)'s-children, it is an obligation upon us to visit the House of The Almighty Creator, at least once in his lifetime, if we are unable to perform the Hajj Faith in the Creator is more than enough.

"Keep the Almighty Creator in your heart and He will keep you in your heart." -Raheel Awan

Hajj is important to Muslims because: you are visiting the house of Allah (swt), It is a sanctuary for those who are repenting for their sins, and seeking mercy for their sins.
Cairo, Egypt
Beautiful sunset of Cairo, Egypt

“Lo! Those who give alms, both men and women, and lend to Allah a goodly loan, it will be doubled for them, and theirs will be a rich reward.”[Al-Hadid: 18]

I was with the Prophet (on a journey) between Mecca and Medina, and all of them, (i.e. the Prophet and his companions) were in the state of Ihram, while I was not in that state. I was riding my horse and I used to be fond of ascending mountains. So while I was doing so I noticed that the people were looking at something. I went to see what it was, and behold it was an onager. I asked my companions, "What is that?" They said, "We do not know." I said, "It is an onager.' They said, "It is what you have seen." I had left my whip, so I said to them, "Hand to me my whip." They said, "We will not help you in that (in hunting the onager)." I got down, took my whip and chased the animal (on my horse) and did not stop till I killed it. I went to them and said, "Come on, carry it!" But they said, "We will not even touch it." At last I alone carried it and brought it to them. Some of them ate of it and some refused to eat of it. I said (to them), "I will ask the Prophet about it (on your behalf)." When I met the Prophet, I told him the whole story. He said to me, "Has anything of it been left with you?" I said, "Yes." He said, "Eat, for it is a meal Allah has offered to you."

Mount Hira Learn Surah Yasin, Yaseen


4. Fasting in Islam

Fasting happens during the month of Ramadhan, which comes for one month, once a year. In this month, it is a duty for able Muslims to go without any food or water (FROM ANYTHING GOING INTO THE MOUTH), it is observed from fajr, until maghreb.
In this sacred and beautiful month, The Islamic Holy Scripture is the message brought down from the heavens and it is Our Prophet (pbuh) who received the message from our Almighty Creator. It is in this month, Reading our Holy scripture, Praying Namaz, Family togetherness, and reciting any Surahs from our Holy Scripture gives us a reward.

The Messenger of Allahu ta'ala (pbuh) said, "When a Believer begins to perform namaz the gates of Paradise will open for him. The curtains between his Allah and him will go up. The huru'in of Paradise will meet him. This state will go on until the namaz is over." more info on Ramdhan at

Before the sun starts to rise, Muslims are to eat and drink and consummate their marriage, and once they are ready to hold their Fast


5. Zakaat

Zakaat is whereby Muslims are to spend a portion (2.5%) of their weekly, monthly, or Yearly to the poor. If one has Enough money or subsidies to support himself and his family, he has to give his dues to the poor accordingly.

Seek help from God against the drunkeness of wealth, of which one cures oneself only with such difficulty.

Too many debts make a sincere man a liar, and the honourable man to default.
-Hadhrat Ali

It is excess of riches that corrupts men's bearts, and multiplies sins.
One wins a fortune by taking risks.

Happy is be whose riches are won by honest means.

Money is not lost when it is spent for your good name.

Whosoever gets no profit from what he possesses, only accumulates it for his wife and her next husband.

Do not count the man as rich who does not spend.

Whosoever disobeys worldly possessions, will be `obeyed' by worldly possessions.

How ugly a crime-to seize upon an orphan's property!
- Hadhrat Ali

‎"Don't look at the past, as it keeps you wondering what you did wrong. Don't look at the future as it keeps your mind confused. Go like the flow of the oceans because the ocean waves sound heavenly." - Raheel Awan

"Don't question anyone's authority as it can cause you to question the authority of the our Creator." - Raheel Awan

The 6 Deen (important faiths) in Islam

Starting with the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

The Articles of Faith in our Religion:

"Faith is that you should believe in Allah, His Angels, His Books and His Prophets; that you should believe in
the Day of Judgment and that you should believe in the Divine Laws relating to good and evil." (Tirmidhi)

The ONENESS of Allah (subhanahu-wata'llah), which means you are not to compare Him with anyone, anything, anyplace, person, place, or thing, Ever.

He is One: There is no other and there is no partner with Him.

Almighty: He has power and conrol over anything and everything in the universe.

Gracious: Can be Kind to anyone, shows courtesy, mercy, & compassion

Oft-Eternal: Is Infinity, Forever, Never-ending, Undying

Mighty: Has the Power over all,
we are hence not as mighty as Him and can not be compared.

Supreme: Has the authority, hence, He is Judge, Jury, Lawyer, and you are just the one given reward or punishment.

Forgiving: He forgives your sins if you Repent, He shows mercy if you seek mercy.

Exalted: He is the only to be worshipped

Graceful: He is the one to be given flowers to as He is ever Beautiful in our mind, body, and soul.

He is One: He is not born, or gives birth; He does not have a father, or mother; He has no children or siblings; He does not have uncles or aunts, He is the only authority in our lives.
Quran 17:23-25
23.And your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him. And that you be dutiful to your parents. If one of them or both of them attain old age in your life, say not to them a word of disrespect, nor shout at them but address them in terms of honour.
24.And lower to them the wing of submission and humility through mercy, and say: ” My Lord! Bestow on them Your Mercy as they did bring me up when I was young.”
25. Your Lord Knows best what is in your inner-selves. If you are righteous, then, verily, He is Ever Most Forgiving to
those who turn to Him again and again in obedience, and in repentance.

or Allah loves not transgressors (2:190)
For Allah loves not ungrateful sinners (2:276)
For Allah loves not those who do wrong (3:57)
Aor Allah loves not the arrogant, the vainglorious (4:36)

Belief in the Prophets and their prophethood

33:40 [And know, O believers, that] Muhammad is not the father of any one of your men, but is God’s Apostle and the Seal of all prophets. And God has indeed full knowledge of everything.

"Say (O Muslims): we believe in Allah and that which is revealed to us and that which was revealed to Abraham and Ishmael, and Isaac and Jacob, and their children, and that which Moses and Jesus received and that the prophets received from their Lord. We make no distinction between any of them and unto Him we have surrendered." (2:136)

Belief in Qyamat (Judgement Day)

“And we used to call the day of judgment a lie; / Till death overtook us.” – quran
“And there is not one of the followers of the Book but most certainly believes in this before his death, and on the day of resurrection he (Isa) shall be a witness against them.” – quran
“Fear God and he will give you knowledge” – quran
“Believers, Jews, Sabaeans or Christians – whoever believes in God and the Last Day and does what is right – shall have nothing to fear or regret” – quran
“O you who believe! seek assistance through patience and prayer; surely Allah is with the patient. (The Cow 2.153 )” – quran
“The ink of the scholar and the blood of a martyr are of equal value in heaven.” – quran
“What God writes on your forehead you will become.” – quran
“And he enjoined on his family prayer and almsgiving, and was one in whom
his Lord was well pleased. (Marium 19.55)” – quran
We are to believe that Qiyamat will arrive, from Adam-may he be sent Afhiya (eternal blessings) all the way to the last person alive will be put on trial.

We will be accountable for all our sins and mistakes

Belief in Emaan (the Unseen)

We are to believe in Allah and have faith in Allah.

Belief in the Original Holy Scriptures and their message

We are to believe in the Almighty Creator and his message sent to His Prophets:

The Holy Scriptures of Hadhrat Ibrahim (may he be given peace)
the Zabur received by David (may he be given peace),
the Torah received by Hadhrat Musa (may he be given peace),
the Injeel received by Hadhrat Isa (may he be given peace)
the Quran received by Hadhrat Muhammad (pbuh)
May all the prophets be sent Afhiya (blessed) Aameen.

Belief in all His Farishte (angels) -
four Farishte in total

We understand and we have a belief in His Farishte, which means that we know and believe that there are such things as angels.
We believe in the two Farishte assigned to us from the time we are in our mother's womb until the time we die.
We believe that these Farishte guard us during our lifetime; we are the son of Hadrat Adam (peace be upon him) and daughter of Ya Sayyida Ya Huwa (peace be upon her) during our time on earth.
We believe that one Farishta writes down our hasanaat (good deeds), and one Farishta writes down our sayi'aat (bad deeds).

Hence, there are four Farishte,
two write hasanaat (good deeds) /saya'aat (bad deeds),
two guard and protect (from accidents and evil) us front to back.

Ibn Katheer (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: "For him (each person), there are angels in succession before and behind him. they guard him by the command of the Almighty [al-Ra'd 13:10-11] means: each person has angels who take turns in guarding him by night and day, who protect him from evil and from accidents, just as other angels take turns in recording his deeds, good and bad, by night and by day.

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