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Introduction

Q.1 Who created you and all the worlds ?

Ans : Allah created me and all the worlds.

Q.2 Who created Allah ?

Ans : Allah created us all. He is not created by anyone.

Q.3 What are your duties to Allah (the creator) ?

Ans : My duties to Allah are to have complete Faith (Iman) in Him and to submit myself entirely to His commands.

Q.4 How can you have knowledge about Him and His commands ?

Ans : I can have knowledge about Him and His commands through His Apostles or Prophets.

Q.5 What do you understand by an Apostle or a Prophets ?

Ans : An Apostle or a Prophets is a very true and pious man. He is chosen by Allah as His Messenger. Allah inspires him with His commands, and he conveys them to humanity. In this way, we may know the right path to lead a good life in this world and, thus pleasing Allah, may attain peace after death.

Q.6 Were Prophets sent by Allah to all nations ?

Ans : Yes, Prophets were sent by Allah to all nations whenever and wherever there was a need for them. When all the nations were in need of one, Allah sent Prophets Muhammed for the whole world.

Q.7 What did Prophet Muhammed teach you ?

Ans : Prophet Muhammed has taught me to render submission to the commands of Allah, which is called Islam.

Q.8 What are the cardinals Articles of Faith in Islam ?

Ans : The cardinal articles of Faith in Islam are seven in number viz :

1)      To believe in the oneness of Allah

2)      To believe in all His Angels

3)      To believe in all His Books

4)      To believe in all His Prophets

5)      To believe in the Day of Resurrection

6)      To believe in the Day of Judgement

7)      To believe that the power of doing all actions (whether good or bad ) proceeds from Allah, but that we are responsible for our actions.

Q.9 What are the Fundamentals Principles of Islam ?

Ans : The Fundamentals Principles of Islam are five  in number, viz :

1) The declaration of " La ilaha illallah Muhammad-ur-Rasoolullah "

     Meaning : There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is His Prophet.

2) The observance of the obligatory prayers five times a day.

3) Distribution of Zakat (Islamic alms-fee) among the deserving amounting to one forteith in one’s possession for a completer year

4) The observation of fasts during the day time in the month of Ramadan

5) The performance of Hajj (Pilgrimage) to Mecca, at least once in a life time, if circumstances permit.