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Islam comes from the root word ‘S-L-M’ which comprehensively translates to Peace/Submission, while passively meaning ‘to be secured, pacified and submitted’. Islam means Attaining peace through willful submission and surrender to the creator- Allah. Islam is a complete way of life. It is not named after a person or tribe and one who accepts Islam is termed as a Muslim, who can be from any racial or ethnic background. The six basic articles of belief in Islam include- Belief in Allah, Belief in Angels, Belief in the revealed Books, Belief in the Prophets, Belief in the Day of Judgement and Belief in Divine Destiny. The five pillars of Islam are- Declaration of faith, Establishing regular prayers, Paying charity, Fasting during ramadhan and Pilgrimage. US based Pew Research Centre has established that Islam is the fastest growing religion and by 2070 Muslims will be largest religious group.

Monotheism, belief in one God, is the most important and foundational concept in Islam. Muslims believe in one God who created the universe and has power over everything within it. He is unique and exalted above everything He creates, and His greatness cannot be compared to His creation. The Islamic understanding of God is distinct from all other religions and beliefs in various respects since it is based on a pure and clear understanding of monotheism. This essentially captures the concept of God in Islam.
Monotheism, belief in one God, is the most important and foundational concept in Islam. Muslims believe in one God who created the universe and has power over everything within it. He is unique and exalted above everything He creates, and His greatness cannot be compared to His creation. The Islamic understanding of God is distinct from all other religions and beliefs in various respects since it is based on a pure and clear understanding of monotheism. This essentially captures the concept of God in Islam


Allah sent all the Prophets and Messengers to call for worship of Allah alone and to bring people from darkness to light. Prophet Muhammad ﷺ was sent to a nation where, people made alterations and changes in the beliefs and laws, truth was extinguished and falsehood prevailed, oppression and evil became widespread and people needed religion to guide them to the straight path. This has been explained in the following verse, ‘And We have not sent down the Book (the Quran) to you (O Muhammad), except that you may explain clearly unto them those things in which they differ, and (as) a guidance and a mercy for a folk who believe.’ [al-Nahl 16:64].
He ﷺ was nothing but an orphan who was illiterate and blessed with no worldly goods, yet Allah made him such a way that according to every standard by which human greatness can be measured he was matchless; no person was ever greater.


Allah says in the Quran,

  • ‘Did you think that We had created you in play (without any purpose), and that you would not be brought back to Us?” So Exalted be Allah, the True King: La ilaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He), the Lord of the Supreme Throne!’ [Al-Mu’minun 23:115, 116]

  • We can understand from this that Allah has not created anything in vain, be it the heavens and the earth or jinn and mankind. Like every created thing has a creator and a purpose, Allah created man with a purpose in this life.

  • The purpose of creation of all men and women of all times is one: To Know and Worship Allah ﷻ. Our universe and all elements in it run in harmony only by submitting to the physical laws set by Allah ﷻ, the Supreme Creator.

  • In Islam, death marks the end of wordly life and the beginning of Afterlife. Belief in afterlife is one of the six articles of faith in Islam. It is mentioned in the Quran that, ‘Every soul will taste death. And you will only receive your full reward on the Day of Judgment.’ [Al-Imran 3-185] Islam elaborately discusses what happens before, during and after death. After death and resurrection, Allah will judge every man and he will decide if the person’s Aakhira lies in Jannah (Heaven) or Jahannam (Hell). In Surah An-NIsa Allah describes briefly the eternal life of those in hell and heaven.
  • ‘Surely those who reject Our signs, We will cast them into the Fire. Whenever their skin is burnt completely, We will replace it so they will ˹constantly˺ taste the punishment. Indeed, Allah is Almighty, All-Wise.’
  • ‘As for those who believe and do good, We will admit them into Gardens under which rivers flow, to stay there for ever and ever. There they will have pure spouses,1 and We will place them under a vast shade.’ [An-Nisa 4:56-57]
  • QURAN TRANSLATION

    Quran, the Islamic scripture,revealed to the last Prophet Muhammad,is a book that contains the word of Allah.The Quran is preserved in both written and oral forms, without any alterations or fabrications. It provides direction for mankind to help judge between right and wrong.

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    SAHIH HADITH

    Ahadith is a record of the life of our Prophet Muhammad collected by learned scholars across various times.Ahadith gives us the exact description of the Prophet’s life, his sayings,his commandments, revelations and jurisdiction.

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    MOSQUE TOUR

    Mosques are places that are beloved to Allah in this world. They serve for prayers, as centers for education and information, places for social welfare and dispute settlement. Huge gatherings are seen everyday across all mosques, where people come together and pray.

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    HAJJ TOUR

    Hajj is an annual religious pilgrimage to Mecca undertaken each year by millions of people from all over the world. We 've given the hajj tour video For those brothers and sisters who don't have any idea about how an hajj pilgrimage will be.

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