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This page will insha’Allah provide a full Aqeedah reference for those wishing to learn about the Islamic Creed. The pages are set up as follows:

100 – Introduction to Tawheed, its importance, and its virtues.

101 – Tawheed ar-Ruboobiyyah and Tawheed al-Uloohiyyah. This will focus on establishing the core fundamental principles on which the religion is founded, namely, singling out Allah(swt) in all of our worship.

102 – Tawheed al-Asma wa Sifaat. This page will give grounded principles needed to learn about the most noble science in our religion.

201 – Advanced topics from 101. The main subjects here will revolve around issues such as Tawassul, and other higher level topics from the 101 subject material.

202 – Advanced topics from 102. The main subjects will include an in-depth look at the Ash’aris and other claimants to Ahlus-Sunnah.

The tabs up top can be used to navigate and see an index of the postings according to their proper category. If you are a regular visitor and would like to see the latest posts, please click on the Blog page heading.

Insha’Allah it is our hope that English speaking students can start at the 100 tab, and work their way up through the 202 tab and receive a solid grounding in our Aqeedah regarding our belief in Allah. It is recommended to start at the 100 tab, and to read the articles as well as go through the external resources before moving on to the next subject. We hope to get the basics down for each category in the coming months, and then add additional content.

If you would like to contribute, please email aqeedah101//at//g mail.

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Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh,

Excellent site akhee!

I will be honest, I have not studied Tawheed ul Asmaa’i wa AsSifaat before, and it is very difficult to grasp… perhaps you can expand more on the basic section inshaAllaah, so we can then go into the advanced 202 section more easily.

Also, I would be very interested in reading advanced topics in uloohiyyah bi idhnillaah.

May Allaah grant you success through this website. Jazaakumullaahu khayran!!

Wassalaam,
Ahmad

You have not read this concept of Tawhhed ul Asmaa wa AsSifaat before, even Tawheed al Uloohiah and Ruboobiah, because these are all new Bid’ati terms invented by the Super Bid’ati Ibn Taymiyyah. No one has done more harm to the Islamic Aqaed than the Salafis, particularly their Anthropomorphic concept of God (Na’oozu billah) wherein they are following the pantheistic polytheistic concept of God per the Hindus where they want to see God as an elephant, their Ganesh Bhagwan, Astaghfirullah.

al-Salamu ‘Alaikum wa-Rahmatullah wa-Barakatuh,

Great blog! You’ve really put up nicely all that great stuff. Keep on the good work bro,

for the sake of Allah!

May Allah bless you.

Asalaam alaikum,

A website of this nature is long overdue. It is time that the masses are educated about those that seek to distort Islam.

Jazak Allah khair,
wasalaam,
Arshad

Assalaam alaikum,

Great wealth of Information,

quick suggestion – could you add a glossary of the arabic terms…

would be a great help to a layman like me.

jazakallah Khairun

wasalaam alaikum

Jazakumullaah Khayra!
‘AbdulHaq al-Ashanti

Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh,
Bro , could u get the aricle in the link below translated ,inshallah its very good. http://almijhar.net/la_shirk.htm

As salamu ‘alaykum,
Beautiful site akhuwi, masha’allah.

One suggestion. For people who have a little bit of arabic down, could you upload the arabic texts of any translated texts here so they can refer to both the arabic and english thus improving their knowledge of ‘aqidah and arabic at the same time?

Allahi baarak feek,
Yousef

SubhanAllah a great contribution to the Islamic Blogosphere.

Jazak’Allah khair.

Assalaamu alaykum,

Excellent site! May Allah swt grant you tawfeeq and revive the aqeedah of the prophets (alayhim assalaam). Ameen.

As Salaamu alaikum wa rahmat Allahi wa barakatuh

mashaAllah, excellent blog. May Allah reward you, ameen.

Salaamualaikum
How come there are no new posts for quites some time…any probs …or just busy ?

inshallah we are going to be moving to a new site.. updates coming soon.

Who is the author of these articles?

For further study and understanding I recommend listening to Yasir Qadhi’s ‘Explanation of the 2 Shahadas’ Here is a CD Rip of the series along with ‘A Critical analysis of Shirk’ : http://wali.4shared.com

Enjoy!

AsSalaamu Alaikum,
Please excuse me for being ignorant for i am not sure the Qada wal Qadr topic would come under the topic of Aqeedah but my limited knowledge urge me to say , may be it will. This is my first time here, and i just wanted to know if this topic ( off course if relevant ) is discussed/covered in this site already or ( may be ) in the pipe line or this is not the right place for this topic.

I really wanna to know this topic completely InshaAllah, but havent find an article / lecture which speaks to me.

JazakAllahu Khairan

Please leave this blog up….since they are many links , don’t let them go dead ..thank you

BarakAlahufeekum, JazzakAllahukhairan thank you, so many informations about Ash´ari/Kullabiyyah claims and counterstatements of the Salafiyyah (Mascha´Allah)A great help, May Allah reward you

mashallah…may Allah reward you for your efforts. I teach aqeedah and this is an excellent resource. I’m adding you to my favorites. 🙂

Jazak Allah Kher brother

I believe that is one of the most vital information for me.

And i’m glad studying your article. But should commentary on some basic things,
The website taste is ideal, the articles is truly nice :
D. Just right job, cheers


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