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The Unity of Allah 5

In the part of the article titled “The unity of Allah”, we shall discuss a few of the speeches of the eighth Imam; Imam Ali Reza (a.s)  on the unity of Allah. Imam Reza the (Eighth Imam) 1. Profession of Unity It has been related that when

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The Unity of Allah 4

In the part of the article titled “The unity of Allah”, we shall discuss a few of the speeches of the fifth Imam; Imam Muhammad Baqir (a.s) the sixth Imam; Imam Ja’far Sadiq (a.s) and the seventh Imam; Imam Musa al-Kazim (a.s) on the unity

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The Unity of Allah 3

In this part of the article titled “The Unity of Allah”, we shall look at the speech of the Commander of faithful, Imam Ali on some of the attributes of Allah. Via negativa Imam Ali said, “Praise belongs to God, whose laudation is not

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The Unity of Allah 2

In this part of the article titled “The Unity of Allah”, we shall look at the attributes of Allah from the Prophet’s viewpoint.  Thereafter, we look at the speech of Imam Ali on the transcendent Lord. Allah’s Attributes Ibn Abbas

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The Unity of Allah 1

A follower of the Islamic religion must first accept the testimony of faith: “There is no god but Allah” (La ilaha illa-llah). This profession of God’s Unity is Islam’s first pillar (rukn). All other worships depend upon it and derive

The Belief in Allah View
The Belief in Allah

It is worth emphasizing that among human thinkers there exists no difference of opinion on the point that this universe has a self-sustaining First Cause. At most, materialists call it “matter”, while religious philosophers call it

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Significance of Obedience and God-fearing

Humankind is a genuine element and distinctive being in this cosmos because of the numerous traits and donations that God has given exclusively to him so as to prefer him to the other creatures: We have honoured the children of Adam, carried them on the land

Monotheism From the Viewpoint of Ahlul-Bayt View
Monotheism From the Viewpoint of Ahlul-Bayt

In Islam, Tawheed (i.e. Monotheism) is the concept that requires its adherents to recognize and worship only one God (i.e., Allah). Imam Ali (a.s.) in Nahjul-Balagha says: “The foremost in religion is to know Allah, the perfection of knowing Him is to

Almighty Allah from the Viewpoint of Islam 4 View
Almighty Allah from the Viewpoint of Islam 4

In this part of the article titled “Almighty Allah from the viewpoint of Islam”, we shall discuss the monotheistic worship and the act of visitation (i.e., Ziyarah) to the shrines of the pure Imams and religious leaders. The Monotheistic Worship

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Almighty Allah from the Viewpoint of Islam 3

In continuation of the article titled “Almighty Allah as introduced by Islam”, we shall discuss some negative attributes which Allah must not be qualified with. Allah, a Non-Material Being A material consisting of something which somehow accords

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Almighty Allah from the Viewpoint of Islam 2

In continuation of the article titled “Almighty Allah as introduced by Islam”, we shall discuss other positive attributes of Allah. Allah, The All-Hearing, The All-Seeing إِنَّ اللَّهَ سَمِيعٌ بَصِيرٌ؛ Allah is

Almighty Allah from the Viewpoint of Islam 1 View
Almighty Allah from the Viewpoint of Islam 1

Islamic call is based on Tawhid – divine unity and the acknowledgement of Allah, the real God, the Creator of the Universe, the One we must recognize and worship, a God free from all embellishments, superstitions and fancies; devoid of all legends,

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