Islam is the greatest blessing that Allah has bestowed upon mankind and the Qur’an is the greatest book that Allah has given to whom He has chosen from amongst His creation
Prayer (Salah) being one of the five pillars of Islam is mentioned many times in the Qur’an as an obligatory duty for every adult Muslim.
How does one acquire knowledge of and belief in God, His Attributes, His Law and the Day of Judgment?
How iman (faith) is related to Islam? Who is the Muslim, and who is the mu’min? Is there Islam without faith? What makes a Muslim true and staunch?
Islam means obedience to God. And it is common sense that this obedience cannot be complete unless man knows certain basic facts of life and places firm faith in them.
As He is One in His Lordship without any partner, He is also One in His servitude. What does it mean to believe in Allah’s servitude? What are the principles of believing in His Names?
Anywhere on earth prayer can be performed. An American Muslim sister tells her experience with prayer and how she made and felt the balance…
Allah created all of mankind to have belief in Him (their Creator). What is the evidence to that? What does it mean to believe in Allah?
The adhan, although it has very few words, covers all essentials of the faith. How is that? What does it indicate, and how was it legislated?
What are the Five Pillars of Islam and what is the origin of this expression? Which comes first, and why? Are they all what Islam is about? In other words, do I need anything beside them to be Muslim?