The Core Beliefs of Islam: Islamic Basic Concepts

The Core Beliefs of Islam: Islamic Basic Concepts

 Beliefs in Arabic is Iman and it simply means to accept as truth whatever the Prophet of Islam Muhammad  taught. so it's having this unwavering belief and acceptance of first and foremost of course belief in God (ALLAH) And his last messenger Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ.

The Basic Beliefs in Islam

  • Belief in the Oneness of ALLAH (God).
  • Belief in the Prophets of ALLAH.
  • Belief in the Angels of ALLAH.
  • Belief in the Holy Books of ALLAH.
  • Belief in the Day of Judgment.

Belief in the Oneness of ALLAH (God).

Belief in the Oneness of ALLAH (God) is mean that God (ALLAH) is the single creator of the universe. All religious faiths, from Judaism to Christianity to Islam, are united in the belief that God is the supreme being and there is no power greater than God. 

Believers of this faith believe that there is no one higher than God, no one that can be worshipped other than God and that there is only one God.

Belief in the Prophets of ALLAH.

The belief in the Prophets of ALLAH is what sets the religion apart from all others. It is the belief that there are prophets of ALLAH who have come to guide mankind through ALLAH's teachings. 

They have come in many regions on earth, with different teachings and methods. They are the voice of ALLAH, and their mission is to bring ALLAH's word to mankind. 

But a Muslim must believe in the Last Prophet of ALLAH Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ (PBUH).

Belief in the Angels of ALLAH.

Angels are servants of Allah and are assigned various tasks. The Angels in Heaven carry out the tasks given to them, but they also help us on Earth. Angels have their own names, attributes, and personalities.

Belief in the Holy Books of ALLAH.

The Holy Books of ALLAH are the foundation of the Islamic faith. Four books were sent from Allah, Torat, Zabur Injil, and Quran Majeed. These books were revealed to the messengers of ALLAH.

The "QURAN" is the last book sent to humans for guidance. which is revealed in his last messenger Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ in the 7th century.

Belief in the Day of Judgment.

The belief that the Day of Judgment will come and that there will be a day when the believers will be rewarded and the nonbelievers punished is one of the most popular of all Islamic beliefs. It has existed since the early years of Islam and has been preached by many scholars

The Core Beliefs of Islam: Islamic Basic Concepts