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Introduction to Pillars of Islaam and Articles of Faith (part 1 of 2)
The essential teachings of Islaam are based on five principles, referred to as the ‘Five Pillars of Islaam’, and six fundamental beliefs, known as the ‘Six Articles of Faith'.



Introduction to Pillars of Islaam and Articles of Faith (part 2 of 2)
The Six Articles of Faith.



Belief in Divine Decree (part 1 of 2)
The sixth and last article of Islaamic faith is belief in divine decree (Qadr in Arabic).



Belief in Divine Decree (part 2 of 2)
If everything has been predestined by God, how does one have any freedom of will?



Repentance (part 1 of 3): Door to salvation
The Islaamic teachings on sin and salvation.



Repentance (part 2 of 3): Conditions of repentance
The conditions to be met for repentance to be valid.



Repentance (part 3 of 3): Prayers of repentance
A Muslim may choose any language and wording to express feelings of remorse and return to God as long as they do not contain expressions contrary to the prophetic teachings.



Can we see Allaah?
Allaah is too great to be grasped by human eyes in this life.



Advice for whose parents commit aspects of polytheism
Some Muslim brothers have problems with their parents because of their committing polytheism and not accepting their advice. What would you advise them to do?



The most important books in `Aqeedah
Please tell us about the most important books in `Aqeedah (creed).



Is the one who leaves off all actions in totality a believer with weak faith?
For those in whose hearts there is a deviation they follow that which is not entirely clear.



Faith is speech, action and belief
The Religion, Faith and Islaam is belief of the heart, utterance of the tongue and action of the limbs.



One who leaves off all actions is a disbeliever
He cannot be a Muslim unless he performs actions.




One who leaves off all actions is a disbeliever
He cannot be a Muslim unless he performs actions.




Obligation of rejecting everything that is worshipped besides Allaah
If a person says: “Allaah is the One who is worshipped), I declare Allaah One, and I worship Allaah”; is such a person a believer?


 
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