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How to Perform the Rituals of Hajj and Umrah

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The Muslim's Belief

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Excerpt: In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful Preface of Shaykh Abd al Aziz Ibn Baz Praise belongs to Allah alone; peace and blessing on the last Prophet, his family and his Companions. I was introduced to the valuable and concise treatise on the Muslim's belief prepared by our brother, the great scholar Shaikh Muhammad As - Saleh al - Uthaimin. I listened to it all and found that it covers the creed of the Sunnites and the mainstream majority of the Muslim...

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What They Say about the Quran

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The Concept of Worship in Islam

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Excerpt: The concept of worship in Islam differs from that found in other religions, and is therefore subject to misunderstanding. In general, worship is understood to mean the observance of certain rituals: praying, fasting, giving charity, and other good works. In Islam, however, worship is much more - it is one's entire life. As many Muslim scholars have said: Worship is an all - inclusive term for those internal and external sayings and actions of a person that are p...

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Prophethood in Islam

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Excerpt: The concept of prophethood is found in the three great monotheistic religions of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. In Islam, however, it has a special status and significance.

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