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    WHAT IS ISLAM?

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    WHAT IS ISLAM?

    مُساهمة  المدير العام في الأحد ديسمبر 13 2009, 18:11

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    ما
    الإسلام

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    وجود الله سبحانه كما هو موجود في الفطر ثم تذكر الدين الصحيح الذي يجب اتباعه ثم
    تذكر معنى الإسلام وأركان الإيمان وأركان الإسلام






    WHAT
    IS ISLAM?


    Can we find an explanation of the great universe? Is there
    any convincing interpretation of the secret of existence? We realize that no
    family can function properly without a responsible head, that no city can
    prosperously exist without sound administration, and that no state can survive
    without a leader of some kind. We also realize that nothing comes into being on
    its own. Moreover, we observe that the universe exists and functions in the most
    orderly manner, and that it has survived for hundreds of thousand of years. Can
    we then say that all this is accidental and haphazard? Can we attribute the
    existence of man and the whole world to mere chance.

    Man represents only
    a very small portion of the great universe. And if he can make plans and
    appreciate the merits of planning, then his own existence and the survival of
    the universe must also be a planned policy. This means that there is an
    extraordinary power to bring things into being and keep them moving in
    order.

    In the world then must be a great force in action to keep
    everything in order. In the beautiful nature there must be a Great creator who
    creates the most charming pieces of art produces every thing for a special
    purpose in life. The deeply enlightened people recognize this creator and call
    him Allah "God". He is not a man because no man can create or make another man.
    He is not an animal, nor he is a plant. He is neither an Idol nor is He a statue
    of any kind because non of these things can make itself or create anything else.
    He is different from all these things because he is the maker and keeper of them
    all. The maker of anything must be different from and greater than things which
    he makes.

    There are various ways to know God "ALLAH'' and there are many
    things to tell about him. The great wonders and impressive marvels of the world
    are like open books in which we can read about God. Besides, God Himself comes
    to our aid through the many Messengers and revelations He has sent down to man.
    These Messengers and revelations tell us everything we need to know about
    God.

    The complete acceptance of the teachings and guidance of God 'Allah'
    as revealed to His Messengers Muhammad is the religion of Islam. Islam enjoins
    faith in the oneness and sovereignty of Allah, which makes man aware of
    meaningfulness of the Universe and of his place in it. This belief frees him
    from all fears and superstitions by making him conscious of the presence of the
    Almighty Allah and of man's obligations towards Him. This faith must be
    expressed and tested in actions, faith alone is not enough. Belief in one God
    requires that we look upon all humanity as one family under the universal
    Omnipotence of God the Creator and Nourisher of all. Islam rejects the idea of
    chosen people, making belief in God and good actions the only way to heaven.
    Thus, a direct relationship in established with God, without any
    intercessor.

    Islam is not a new religion. It is, in essence, the same
    message and guidance which Allah revealed to all Prophets. Adam, Noah, Abraham,
    Ismael, David, Moses and Jesus (PBUT). But the message which was revealed to
    Prophet Mohammed (PBUT) is Islam in its comprehensive, complete and final
    form.

    The Quran is the last revealed word of Allah and the basic source
    of Islamic teachings and laws. The Quran deals with the basis of creeds,
    morality, history of humanity, worship, knowledge, wisdom, God-man relationship,
    and human relationship in all aspects. Comprehensive teaching on which, can be
    built sound systems of social justice, economics, politics, legislation,
    jurisprudence, law and international relations, are important contents of the
    Quran. Hadith, the teachings, sayings and actions of Prophet Mohammed (PBUT),
    meticulously reported and collected by his devoted companions. Explained and
    elaborated the Quranic verses.

    THE FUNDAMENTAL ARTICLES OF FAITH IN
    ISLAM

    The true faithful Muslim believes in the following Principal
    articles of faith:-

    He believes in One God 'Allah', Supreme and Eternal,
    Infinite and Mighty, Merciful and Compassionate, Creator and Provider.
    He
    believes in all Messengers of God without any discrimination among them. Every
    known nation had a warner or Messenger from God. They were chosen by God to
    teach mankind and deliver His divine message. The Quran mentions the name of
    twenty five of them. Among them Mohammad stands as the last Messenger and the
    crowning glory of the foundation of Prophethood.
    Muslin believes in all
    scriptures and revelations of God. They were the guiding light which the
    Messengers received to show their respected peoples the Right Path of God. In
    the Quran a special reference is made to the books of Abraham, Moses, David and
    Jesus. But long before the revelations has been lost or corrupted. The only
    authentic and complete book of God in existence in the Quran.
    The true
    Muslim believes in the Angels of Allah. They are purely spiritual and splendid
    beings whose nature requires on food, drink or sleep. They spend their days and
    nights in the worship of God.
    Muslim believes in the last Day of Judgement.
    This world will come to an end someday, and the dead will rise to stand for
    their final and fair trial. People with good records will be generously,
    rewarded and warmly welcomed to the Heaven of Allah, and those with bad records
    will be punished and cast into Hell.
    Muslim believes in the timeless
    knowledge of God and His power to plan and execute His planes and nothing could
    happen in His Kingdom against His will. His knowledge and power are in action at
    all times and command over His creation. He is wise and merciful, and whatever
    He does must have a meaningful purpose. If this is established in our mind and
    hearts, we should accept with good faith all that He does, although we may fail
    to under stand it fully, or think it is bad.
    THE FIVE PILLARS OF
    ISLAM

    Faith without actions arid practice is a dead end, as far as Islam
    is concerned. Faith by nature is very sensitive and can be most effective. When
    it is not out of practice or out of use, it quickly loses its liveliness and
    motivation power.

    There are five pillars of Islam:

    The declaration
    of faith: To bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah, and
    that Mohammad (PBUH) is His Messenger to all human beings till the Day of
    Judgment. The Prophethood of Mohammad obliges the Muslims to follow, His
    exemplary life as a model.
    Prayers: Daily, prayers are offered five times a
    day as a duty towards Allah. They strengthen and enliven the belief in Allah and
    inspire man to a higher morality. They purify the heart and prevent temptation
    towards wrong - doings and evil.
    Fasting the month of Ramadan. The Muslims
    during the month of Ramadan not only abstain from food, drink and sexual
    intercourse from dawn to sunset but also sincerity and devotion. It develops a
    sound social conscience, patience, unselfishness and will - Power.
    Zakkah:
    The literal and simple meaning of Zakkah is purity. The technical meaning of
    this word designates the annual amount in kind or coin which a Muslim with means
    must distribute among the rightful beneficiaries. But the religious and
    spiritual significance of Zakkah is much deeper and more lively. So it has
    humanitarian and sociopolitical values.
    Hajj (Pilgrimage to Makkah): It is
    to be performed once in a lifetime, if one can afford it financially and
    physically

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