The correct Islamic Belief based upon the authentic sources of the Qur'an, Sunnah and agreement of the early generations of Muslims.
Muhammad ibn Sâlih al-'Uthaymîn
- An explanation of the fundamental beliefs of Islam, namely the Oneness of Allah, and obedience to Him.
The Correct Islaamic 'Aqeedah And That Which Opposes It
'Abdul-'Azîz Ibn Bâz
- The correct 'Aqeedah is the foundation of Islaam and the foundation stone of the Islaamic nation. It is known through evidences of the Sharee'ah from the Book and the Sunnah, that one's actions and statements can only be correct and acceptable to Allaah when they arise from a correct 'Aqeedah. If, however, the 'Aqeedah is not correct then the actions and statements that arise due to it are invalid.
The Muslim Creed - 'Aqeedatut-Tahaawiyyah
Abû Ja'far at-Tahâwî
- This is an exposition of the beliefs Of Ahl us Sunnah wal Jamma'ah in accordance with the way of the jurists Of Islam: Abu Hanifa al-Nu'man bin thabit Al-kufi, Abu Yusuf Ya'qub bin Ibrahim AI-Ansari, Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin AI-Hasan Al-Shaibani (May Allah be pleased with them all) and this is what they believe about the fundamentals of the religion and the belief they profess about the Creator of the worlds.
Dealing with Worry and Stress
Muhammad Sâlih al-Munajjid
- The Messenger of Allâh (salallâhû alayhe wa salam) said, “Nothing of fatigue, illness, distress, worry, grief or harm
befalls the Muslim, not even a prick from a thorn, but Allâh will
accept it as expiation for some of his sins.”
A Child's Poem
- From the fitra of a child, the pure belief's with respect to Allah's Oneness, in His Lordship, in His Worship and His Names and Attributes
The Feeling of Alienation (Al-Ghurabah)
- Taken from her Book, Realities of Faith: Among the realities of faith and facts of life is this, The true adherents to the Straight Path of Allah (as-sirat al-mustaqeem) are a small minority, living as strangers in society....
The Advice of Sufyân ath-Thawrî
- From Al-Ibaanah Issue 1, Dhul-Qa’dah 1415H / April 1995: And he was one of the noble ones of Shâm and their worshippers, and Sufyân ath-Thawrî wrote the famous letter to him, being a testament, and mention of manners, wisdoms, examples and admonitions, taken from Min Wasâyus-Salaf (pp.19-25)
Faith Without Knowledge is Dangerous
- Faith without knowledge is dangerous. It opens the door
for misguidance and straying from the dîn of Allâh . So what is a Muslim to
al-'Aqîdah al-Wâsityyah #1
- These are the lectures taken from the LIVE recordings of the weekly circle held on PALTALK from Unaizah, Saudi Arabia.
Consequences of Iman
Suhayb Hasan 'Abdul Ghaffâr
- This article elaborates on the strength of character that follows true Iman (faith).
Superiority of the Islaamic Culture
- Friday Sermon given at the Holy Mosque in Makkah, Shaban 3, 1422AH: Among the baseless utterances one often hears is that other cultures and civilisations are greater than Islaam’s. This statement can be regarded as a product of ignorance about the teachings of Islaam and the light and guidance that it brings to mankind.
Ibn Taymiyyah’s View on Fitrah
- According to Ibn Taymiyyah every child is born in a state of; in a state of innate goodness, and it is the social environment which cause the individual to deviate from this state. There is a natural correspondence between human nature and Islâm; man is suited for Dîn al-Islâm and responds spontaneously to its teachings.
There should be no Compromise on Islaamic Principles
- Friday Sermon given at the Holy Mosque in Makkah, Dhul-Qa‘dah 11, 1422: Islaam is a pure religion that frees man from worshipping fellow creatures to the worshipping of the Creator. It affirms that real glory can only be achieved through Islaam while humiliation is a result of keeping away from it. No matter what happens, it is impossible for Islaam to enter a heart with all its sweetness and yet that heart surrenders to any other authority besides that of Allaah.
Standing Firm in Obeying Allâh
- Friday Sermon from Makkah, Shawwâl 20, 1422. The Prophet SAWS said: 'Let none of you downgrade himself.’ The companions said: How can anyone of us downgrade himself? The Prophet replied, ‘It is when he sees something in which he must say a word for the sake of Allâh and yet keeps silent. Allâh will then tell him on the Day of Resurrection: What prevented you from saying something in My sake?’ He will answer, ‘Because of the fear of people.’ Allâh will then tell him, ‘I was the One who deserved most to be feared by you.'
Mankind’s need for Islâm
Husayn ibn 'Abdul 'Azîz Aal Sheikh
- Dear Muslims! The greatest blessing that Allâh bestowed on mankind is His sending of Muhammad – peace and blessings be on him – with a pure religion that brings all good to mankind and protects them from all that is evil through its principles of justice, brotherhood, freedom and peace....
Weeping for the Christian Monks
- What to say about a human being who possibly misled more other humans than any of his contemporaries? A taghut who promoted the worst sin, declared what is lawful as unlawful and what is unlawful as lawful, while people followed him? Should one weep for him? Indeed.
Allah's covenant with Adam
Abû Amînah Bilâl Philips
- According to Islaam and all divinely revealed religions, when a person dies on earth he will not be reborn until the Day of Resurrection. After the destruction of the world, all of mankind will rise up from the dead to be judged by Allaah, the only God worthy of worship and the Greatest of Judges.
The Fundamentals of Tawheed
Abû Amînah Bilâl Philips
- This book presents a detailed explanation of the classical Islamic concept of God's unity as it relates to faith and acts of religious devotion. It also discusses the major areas within which the Islamic unitarian belief (Tawheed) is either nullified or compromised by idolatrous concepts collectively called Shirk. Three chapters from the book.
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