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[Islam means to submit freely to The Commandments and Will of The One and Only God (Allah). This submission should come from within, from sound belief in and conviction to Allah, with no doubt.

We believe there is no god but Allah
 In Islam to believe in Allah is not only to believe in Allah's existence but also to believe in all Allah's attributions, to worship Allah alone, and to obey all Allah's commands.
To believe that there is no intermediary who will take any one nearer to Allah or plead on anyone's behalf.
To believe that Allah is not a special god for Muslims, but Allah is the Creator of all creatures, including mankind.

We believe that the Prophet Muhammad Muhammad (Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him), born over 1400 years ago in Arabia, is the last and final prophet of Allah.


We believe that the Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him) received The Word of Allah (revelation), through the angel Gabriel and this revelation comprises the Religion of Islam.


We believe that the Qur'an is the authentic collection of this revelation recorded in book form. It is the exact, unchanged Word of Allah to all mankind.

Muslims have six articles of faith, which are: to believe in Allah, His angels, His books to mankind, His Prophets and Messengers, the Day of Judgment, and Destiny.


We believe in Allah the Creator of all that is in the Heavens and the Earth and that He has power and dominion over all things.


We believe that Allah has created unseen beings called angels who do his bidding and worship Him.


We believe in their existence, their names, their tasks, and descriptions as explained in the Quran and in the Sunnah (the teachings, sayings, and deeds of the Prophet Muhammad).


We believe in all of the books that were revealed to mankind by Allah.  These books originated from the same divine source; they are all divine revelations. The five prominent divine books are: 1) Abraham's Scrolls; 2) Zabur (Psalms) revealed to Prophet David; 3) Tawrah (Torah) revealed to Prophet Moses; 4) Injil (Gospel) revealed to Prophet Jesus; 5) Quran revealed to Prophet Muhammad.


We believe that Allah sent Prophets to all mankind as messengers for their guidance, beginning with Prophet Adam (Peace be upon him) and ending with the Prophet Muhammad(Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him). Muslims believe in their existence, their names, and their messages, as Allah and His Prophet informed about them. Prophets are void of divinity because divinity is exclusive only to Allah (God) the Almighty. They are all righteous, truthful, and pious men chosen by Allah to be models to all mankind, both their words and deeds being in accordance with the divine commandments.
We believe that the life of this world and all that is in it will come to an end on one appointed day and on this day Allah will resurrect all the dead; He will judge with perfect justice each person individually according to his good or bad actions that he did during his life. Allah will reward those who lead a righteous life and did good deeds by sending them to Paradise (Jannah), or punish those who were unrighteous in the Hellfire (Jahannam).


We believe that the whole universe is entirely under the direction and control of Allah, and everything that is or that happens in this universe is governed by Allah. Muslims put their trust in Allah only however, we make a sincere effort to strive and do our best, and not simply sit back and let things take their course in blind resignation.


The Five Pillars of Islam are the framework of Muslim life;  they are the five basic acts that are mandatory upon all Muslims.
Shahadah: To bear witness that there is none worthy of worship but Allah and that Muhammad is his messenger.


Salat: to observe the five daily prayers.
Saum Ramadan: It is obligatory on every healthy, adult Muslim to fast from dawn to sunset during the month of Ramadan, to abstain from food, drink, intimate relations and bad behavior.
Zakat: To give 2.5 % of one’s excess wealth in charity.
Hajj: If one is physically and financially able, to perform the pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia at least once in one’s lifetime.

Islam teaches the Oneness of God.
Allah is The ONLY Creator, Provider, and The Commander.
Allah is the ONLY God who should be worshipped, and obeyed as Allah prescribed.
Allah Is Perfect and His Names and Attributes are Perfect according to what Allah tells us about Himself in the Quran, believing that those Names and Attributes, in their perfection, belong only to Allah.
 NO one shares Allah's divinity.

 Islam teaches the Oneness of mankind.
People are created equal in the sight of Allah. There is no superiority of one over another for any reason except piety and righteousness.
Muslims are required to respect the dignity of mankind, regardless of religion, race, nationality, or place of birth, all of mankind is honored.
People are not to be judged on factors such as gender, color, size, race, health, etc.; human diversity is a sign of the richness of Allah's mercy and the beauty of His creation.


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