The clarity of the Islam creed
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The researcher Kuenen in his book “National Religions and Universal Religions” says

regarding Islam: “We find the pillars of Islam receive, without interruption, visible expressions in the life of the believer. When they are interlocked with their daily regime, they make Muslim individual an Imam and a teacher of his ”.faith
Rex Anjerm, the Scottish participant in the First World War, visited some of Middle East countries, studied their languages and religions. He served as a photographer in Hollywood movies. Rex converted to Islam because as he said “I believe that Islam is a religion that spreads peace and enters tranquility to the soul, and inspire the human consolation and peace for the mind and comfort in this life. The spirit of Islam has been leaked to myself and I felt the taste of divine faith eradicating, and indifference to the physical-effects of pleasure and pain”, in his book “Men

.and women who converted to Islam” 1/3

The American Orientalist says in his book “Muhammad’s life”: “Islam forbids completely all pagans in all its forms, and Islam has forbade all religious rituals of ignorance time relating to paganism and calls for the unification of God, but it reserves from those rituals what is far from paganism, like the pilgrimage to
.”Mecca and circumambulate of Ka’bah

Marcel Boisard says in his book “Humanism in Islam”: “No discrimination in

Islamic doctrine between the legal positive and moral duty and this moderate and combine law and creation which confirms the power of the system from the


The famous British historian Arnold Toynbee says in his abbreviated book “The

study of history” “Islam has reaffirmed the oneness of God in exchange to the

apparent Christian weakness holds towards these fundamental and precious


The Islamic faith is clear and understandable. It has no mysteries and it is easy

.toadapt as it is based in oneness of God

The doctrine of believing in God can be summarized in the Almighty’s verse saying:

Say, He is Allah, [who is] One, Allah, the Eternal Refuge. He neither begets nor is “

born, Nor is there to Him any equivalent« [Al-Ikhlaas: 1-4]. Besides, the Islamic doctrine in the Prophet’s being, peace be upon him, is clear and shiny and there is no obscurity and torsion in it. The Almighty God says: “Say, “I am only a man like you,
.to whom has been revealed that your god is one God…”« [Al-Kahf: 110]

The issue of the prophecy targets the Muslim’s mind clearly. It is distinguished from

Lordship and divinity issues as the Almighty God says: ‘The Messiah, son of Mary, was not but a messenger; [other] messengers have passed on before him. And his mother was a supporter of truth. They both used to eat food” [Al-Maaida:

:Aspects of the Islamic faith clarity can be summarized as follows

Oneness and the denying of multiply: The mind by its neutrality aims to the -1 interdependence and unity behind the diversity and bounding and the Islamic :doctrine corresponds to that. Among its examples there is
.a- The unification that God is behind all creatures

.b- That unification is an important source in the revelation

The texts of the Sunnah include information about the directives to be obeyed and

.the treats to be avoided etc

Tolerance and facilitation enhancement and the denial of extremism and -2 hardship: the prophet, peace be upon him, expressed these principles of clarity, convenience and forgiveness in his words and deeds. He said, “The deen (religion)
which Allah loves the most is the tolerant Hanifiyya [natural unitary belief and

”.correct behavior] one

Middle doctrines: it refers to the balance between facing things, and the /3 mediation of faraway borders. The Almighty God says: “And thus we have made you a just community” [Al-Baqara: 143].. There are models of median (centrism) :in which are things detailed, not for inventory but simply as a representation
.a- Centrism in the origin of the doctrine: Monotheism is the faith in God

b- Centrism in the attributes of God: It is necessary to behave moderately even with

.denied His attributes properly, and those who exaggerated its consolidation

c- Centrism in the faith of the prophets: for example the Jews on whom God says:

But is it [not] that every time a messenger came to you, [O Children of Israel], “ with what your souls did not desire, you were arrogant? And a party [of

.messengers] you denied and another party you killed” [Al-Baqara:87[

d- Centrism in the relationship with other doctrines, as in God saying: “There shall

be no compulsion in [acceptance of] the religion” [Al-Baqara:256] ,yet no

complacency nor manipulation is allowed with the religion. The Prophet, peace be

upon him, said: “The one who reverts from Islam (apostate) and leaves the


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