Hell is the abode which Allah (swt) has prepared for those who do not believe in Him (swt), those who rebel against His (swt) laws and disbelieve in His Messengers. It is the punishment for His (swt) enemies, the prison for evildoers. It is the ultimate humiliation and loss; there is nothing worse: "Our Lord! … Continue reading Concept of Hell in Islam
Meaning The word Taqwa has been mentioned 151 times in the Noble Qur`an. Taqwa is an Arabic word which is explained as a shield against wrongdoing and further expounded as to be “conscious of Allah” or to have “fear of Allah” or to be “cautiously aware of Allah”. The origin of the word Taqwa is from the … Continue reading Taqwa: Meaning, Benefits and Actions
Being mindful of one's relationship with God is an individual obligation whose foundation is knowledge, and whose life is practice according to Islam. Allah (SWT) call's the believers, ordering them to be cautious: "Oh you who believe, be cautious of Allah." 5 Stations of Taqwa (God-consciousness) Ibn Juzay al-Maliki a great classical scholar, wrote, "The degrees of taqwa … Continue reading Ways to acquire Taqwa
Reality of Iman Meaning of word Iman Word “Iman” (ايمان) is literally translated as Faith or belief, means “to know”, “to believe” and “to be convinced beyond the least shadow of doubt”. Faith, thus, is firm belief arising out of knowledge and conviction. And the man who knows and reposes unshakable belief in the unity … Continue reading What is Iman?
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The testimony of faith (Shahadah) means, “There are no gods or objects of worship which have the right to be worshipped except Allah.” It is built upon two fundamental pillars; the first which encompasses an absolute rejection and negation (nafee) of the presence of others gods which are worthy to be worshipped which is represented by the statement, “There is … Continue reading The Meaning of “La-Ilaha-Illallah” From The Book Shurootul-La-Ilaha-Illallah