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[The Three Principles] The Third Principle – Knowing the Prophet

September 4, 2014


After the Prophet was settled in Madinah, other rulings of the Sharee’ah were revealed like Salaat, Zakaat, Hajj, Struggling in the path of Allah, call to prayer, enjoining the good, forbidding the evil, etc. This continued for ten years and then the Prophet passed away but his religion remains – there is no good except […]

[The Three Principles] Third Principle – Knowing the Prophet – Hijrah

May 31, 2014


Hijrah is to migrate from a land of Shirk to a land of Islam. Hijrah is obligatory upon the people of this Ummah and this obligation is continuous until the Hour is established. Proof (of Hijrah) is the Saying of Allah, “Verily! As for those whom the angels take (in death) while they are wronging […]

[The Three Principles] Third Principle – Knowing the Prophet – About Muhammad

May 8, 2014


His name is Muhammad ibn Abdullah ibn Abdul-Mutallib ibn Hashim, who was from the tribe of Quraysh and Quraysh were Arabs. The Arabs have descended from Isma’eel, son of Ibraheem al-Khaleel. The Prophet lived for sixty-three years, forty years before the Prophet-Hood, and twenty-three as a prophet and a messenger. He was sent as a […]

[The Three Principles] Introduction

February 26, 2014


We all know that as Muslims there are things that we must do, such as pray five times a day and fast in Ramadaan, but the foundation of our religion is: our beliefs about Allaah.  Our beliefs about Allaah will determine whether or not our good deeds will be accepted by Him – so you […]