The core of the Islamic Creed: the belief in God and His worship, and the means through which one can find God.
The first two aspects about what belief in God means, namely, belief in His existence and belief in His Supreme Lordship.
The third and fourth aspects about what belief in God means, namely, belief that He Alone is entitled to worship and coming to know of God through His names and attributes.
The true reality of angels, their abilities, tasks, names and numbers.
Why God revealed His message in the form of scriptures, and a brief description of the two of the Scriptures of God: the Bible, and the Quran.
The purpose and role of the Prophets, the nature of the message that they brought to humanity, and the emphasis that they were mere humans with no divine attributes.
The importance of the belief in the Afterlife, as well as a glimpse of what awaits one in the grave, on the Day of Judgment, and at the Final End.
The often misconceived belief of predestination, and the relationship between God’s eternal Knowledge and Ability to human deed and destiny.
A detailed explanation of the first part of the testimony of faith “None is rightfully worshipped except God (La ilaaha ‘ill-Allah).”
An explanation of the purpose of prophethood and common features shared by all Prophets and their message.
The Islamic belief in all prophets without exception, with a small discussion on the nature of Jesus and Muhammad.
The necessity of the finality of Prophethood, and the characteristics which must be found in the claim.
An explanation of the reasons why obedience to a new prophet of God is always binding, and a look at the specific traits which make Islam a religion for all peoples and times.
Practical examples of how the laws of Islam are suitable for all peoples, times and places.
A brief introduction about the existence and abilities of Jinn.
An introduction to the occult activities of the Jinn and how to get protection from them.
The attributes of angels.
Names and Duties.
The connections between angels and humankind.
What is Islamic monotheism?
Achieve salvation through sincere worship.
Monotheism is the path to salvation in Islam.
Repentance marks the road to salvation.
A glimpse of how the practice of fortune-telling differs from Islam.
A glimpse of how the practice of fortune-telling differs from Islam. Part 2: Role of Jinns.
A glimpse of how the practice of fortune-telling differs from Islam. Part 3: Islamic belief in fortune-tellers.
What are Jinn?
Satan (Shaytaan) was the cause of the first sin ever committed and till today entices people to disbelief, oppression and transgression.
Where the jinn live and how to protect ourselves from them.
Preparing for death.
What should be done immediately after death and by whom?
What happens after the burial and how Islamic practices compare with other religions.
Islamic belief in the Prophets of God - between deification and rejection.
What does Islam say about sorcery?
Islam is able to offer several remedies to cure a person from the effects of sorcery.
What Islam says about dreams and dreaming.
The obscurity of dream interpretation in the religion of Islam.
An explanation of the Islamic concept monotheism, which entails belief in the uniqueness of God in His Lordship, right to be worshipped and in His Names and Attributes.
How to deal with distress and suicidal thoughts and why one should never despair of the mercy of God.
The truth has all too often been rejected by people just because it contradicts their customs and traditions.
The difference between miracles, karamahs and magic.
Faith consists of correct belief and sincere actions.
How God and His Prophet make the path to Paradise easy.
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