Muslims believe in Allah as the one and only God, in angels, in the holy books, in the messengers of God, in the Day of Judgment and in the supremacy of God's will.
Allah is the name Muslims use for the supreme and unique God, who created and rules everything.
The Islamic view of the Christian Bible is based on the belief that the Quran says
that parts of ... Muslims believe The Qur'an, which they hold to be a revelation to
the Islamic prophet Muhamma...
Oct 18, 2016 ... To choose relationship is, I believe, reflective of God's nature. ... Light does its job
when it penetrates the darkness, which means that doing our ...
Starred Review. Pakistani-born and British-educated Sardar, author of 40 other
books on Islam, pens this elucidating and very original introduction to the religion
Muslims do not believe Jesus died on the cross. They do not understand why
Allah would allow His prophet Isa (the Islamic word for "Jesus") to die a torturous
Additionally, Muslims believe that they must perform five acts of worship known
as the pillars of Islam. These include a declaration of faith, daily prayer, giving of
There are five fundamental practices that are generally common to Muslims ...
Belief in angels - Muslims believe in spiritual beings who do the will of God.
Belief in the Oneness of God: Muslims believe that God is the creator of all things,
... This concept does not negate the concept of "free will;" since humans do not ...
This Islamic guide is for non-Muslims to help them better understand Islam,
Muslims, ... This page is on: General Information on Islam - What Do Muslims
Jul 22, 2016 ... What do American Muslims believe? Our 2011 survey of Muslim Americans
found that roughly half of U.S. Muslims (48%) say their own ...