A l l a h : The one and only God, creator and sustainer of the universe.


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Sura #37 | Makkah

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إِنَّ إِلَـٰهَكُمْ لَوَاحِدٌ
Transliteration 4: Inna ilahakum lawahidun
Yusuf Ali 4: Verily, verily, your Allah is one!-
Shakir 4: Most surely your Allah is One:
Pickthal 4: Lo! thy Lord is surely One;
Mohsin Khan: 4: Verily your Ilah (God) is indeed One (i.e. Allah):
French 4: ‹Votre Dieu est en vérité unique,
Spanish 4: En verdad, vuestro Dios es Uno:
Indonesian 4: Sesungguhnya Tuhanmu benar-benar Esa.
Melayu 4: (Sumpah demi sumpah) sesungguhnya Tuhan kamu hanyalah Satu -
German 4: Wahrlich, euer Gott ist Einzig,
Russian 4: Воистину, ваш Бог – Единственный.
Bosnian 4: vaš Bog je, uistinu, Jedan,

The Arabic word Allah means God (the one and only true God who created the whole universe).

This wordAllah is a name for God, which is used by Arabic speakers, both Arab Muslims and Arab Christians. This word cannot be used to designate anything other than the one true God. The Arabic word Allah occurs in the Quran about 2700 times. In Aramaic, a language related closely to Arabic and the language that Jesus habitually spoke,

Allah! There is no deity save Him, the Alive, the Eternal. Neither slumber nor sleep overtaketh Him. Unto Him belongeth whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is in the earth. Who is he that intercedeth with Him save by His leave? He knoweth that which is in front of them and that which is behind them, while they encompass nothing of His knowledge save what He will. His throne includeth the heavens and the earth, and He is never weary of preserving them. He is the Sublime, the Tremendous.

Quran Tran., 2:256

 

He is Allah, than Whom there is no other Allah, the Knower of the Invisible and the Visible. He is the Beneficent, Merciful.

He is Allah, than Whom there is no other Allah, the Sovereign Lord, the Holy One, Peace, the Keeper of Faith, the Guardian, the Majestic, the Compeller, the Superb. Glorified be Allah from all that they ascribe as partner (unto Him).

He is Allah, the Creator, the Shaper out of naught, the Fashioner. His are the most beautiful names. All that is in the heavens and the earth glorifieth Him, and He is the Mighty, the Wise.


 Quran Tran: 59:22-24

 


There is only One True God-   “Allah”.

 

Some of the biggest misconceptions that many non-Muslims have about Islam have to do with the word “Allah”. For various reasons, many people have come to believe that Muslims worship a different God than Christians and Jews. This is totally false, since “Allah” is simply the Arabic word for “God” – and there is only One God. Let there be no doubt – Muslims worship the God of Noah, Abraham, Moses, David and Jesus – peace be upon them all. However, it is certainly true that Jews, Christians and Muslims all have different concepts of Almighty God. For example, Muslims – like Jews – reject the Christian beliefs of the Trinity and the Divine Incarnation. This, however, doesn’t mean that each of these three religions worships a different God – because, as we have already said, there is only One True God. Judaism, Christianity and Islam all claim to be “Abrahamic Faiths”, and all of them are also classified as “monotheistic”. However, Islam teaches that other religions have, in one way or another, distorted and nullified a pure and proper belief in Almighty God by neglecting His true teachings and mixing them with man-made ideas.

http://islampeace1.wordpress.com/2013/01/09/who-is-allah/#more-3696


bismillâh ir-rahmân ir-rahîm

Yusuf Ali:  In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. 
Pickthall:  In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful. 
Shakir:  In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful. 
Muhammed Ali:  In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.

 

Qul huwa Allâhu ahad 

Yusuf Ali: Say: He is Allah, the One and Only; 
Pickthal: 
 Say: He is Allah, the One! 
Shakir:
 Say: He, Allah, is One. 
Muhammed Ali: Say: He, Allah, is One.

 

Allâh s-samad 

Yusuf Ali: Allah, the Eternal, Absolute; 
Pickthal:
 Allah, the eternally Besought of all! 
Shakir:
 Allah is He on Whom all depend. 
Muhammed Ali: Allah is He on whom all depend.

 

Lam yalid wa lam yûlad

Yusuf Ali: He begetteth not, nor is He begotten; 
Pickthal:
 He begetteth not nor was begotten. 
Shakir:
 He begets not, nor is He begotten. 
Muhammed Ali: He begets not, nor is He begotten;

 

wa lam yakul-la-hû kufu-wan ahad

Yusuf Ali: And there is none like unto Him. 
Pickthal:
 And there is none comparable unto Him. 
Shakir:
 And none is like Him. 
Muhammed Ali: And none is like Him.




AL-FIQH AL-AKBAR
(THE GREAT FIQH)

By
Al-Imam Al-A’tham Abu Hanifah (R.A.) (80-150H.)

 

 

http://www.central-mosque.com/aqeedah/fiqakbar.pdf

 

http://www.scribd.com/doc/34756601/Al-Fiqh-Al-Akbar-II-With-Commentary-by-Al-Ninowy

 

http://www.sunniforum.com/forum/showthread.php?6496-Al-Fiqh-Al-Akbar-The-Creed-of-Imam-Abu-Hanifah-RH

 






http://www.islaam.com/Article.aspx?id=237

Ibn Al-Qayyim described Allah's Greatness, saying,

He governs the affairs of the various kingdoms and He commands and forbids, creates, sustains, gives death, gives life, gives power, strips power (to and from whom He wills) and alternates the night and day. He gives varying fortunes to people and alternates governments (and states), destroying some and bringing some into existence. His Command and Power are dominant in the heavens and their zones, the earth and all that which is on and in it, in the seas and in the air. His Knowledge has encompassed everything and He counted everything. He hears all types of voices and they do not confuse Him. Rather, He hears each voice in its distinct language and need, and no voice will make Him busy from fulfilling the need of another, and no need will ever escape His Perfect Knowledge (and His Power to deliver). He does not become bored because of the many needs of those who need. His Sight encompasses all that which there is. He sees the movement of a black ant on a barren rock during a dark night. To Him, the Unseen is uncovered end the secret is secret no more, "Whosoever is in the heavens and on Earth begs of Him (its needs from Him). Every day He has a matter to bring Forth (such as giving honor to some, disgrace to some, life to (some, death to some, etc.)." [55:29] He forgives an evil deed, makes depression vanish and brings reprieve from disasters, relief for whoever needs it, wealth for the poor, guidance for the misguided, light for the lost, help for he who is desperate, fullness for the hungry, cover for the barely clothed, cure for the ill and ease for he who suffers. He accepts he who repents, gives reward for he who does good, gives aid for he who was dealt with injustice, destroys an arrogant person, covers mistakes, gives safety after fear end elevates some people and humiliates others. If those who inhabit His heavens and His earth and all those whom He created, whether mankind or the Jinns, had hearts similar to the most pious heart, His Kingdom will not increase. If all His creation, whether mankind or the Jinns, had hearts similar to the heart of the most wicked heart, this will not decrease from His Kingdom. Also, if all those who inhabit His heavens and His earth, all mankind and all the Jinns, the dead and the living, stand up on one strip of land and each asks Him for his need, and He then fulfils their needs, this will not decrease from what He has a bit. He is the First, nothing is before Him, the Last, nothing is after Him, the Most High, nothing is above Him, and the Most Near, nothing is nearer than Him. He, Exalted and Ever High as He is, is the Best Whom one can and should remember, the only One Who deserves to be worshiped and thanked, the Kindest of all those who own and the Most generous of all those who are asked to give. He is the King Who has no partner, the One Who has no competitor, the Samad (Self-Sufficient) Who has no offspring, and the Ever High, none like unto Him. Everything perishes save His Face and every kingship is bound to perish except His. He will only be obeyed by His Leave, and His Knowledge uncovers all disobedience to Him. When He is obeyed, He thanks for it, and when He is disobeyed, He grants forgiveness (for those who truly repent to Him). Every punishment from Him is just and every bounty is a grace. He is the Closest Witness and the Nearest One with His Perfect Care. He controls the forelocks of everything and has the full records of all deeds end the books of all ages. The hearts are unmasked to Him and the secret is unveiled. His giving and punishing is merely a Command, "Verily, His Command, when He intends a thing, is only that He says to it, ‘Be, and it is!’" [36:82].

 

 ( God )

"To God ( Allah ) belongs 99 names"


It is a known fact that every language has one or more terms that are used in reference to God and sometimes to lesser deities. This is not the case with Allah. Allah is the personal name of the One true God. Nothing else can be called Allah. The term has no plural or gender. This shows its uniqueness when compared with the word god which can be made plural, gods, or feminine, goddess. It is interesting to notice that Allah is the personal name of God in Aramaic, the language of Jesus and a sister language of Arabic.

The One true God is a reflection of the unique concept that Islam associates with God. To a Muslim, Allah is the Almighty, Creator and Sustainer of the universe, Who is similar to nothing and nothing is comparable to Him. The Prophet Muhammad was asked by his contemporaries about Allah; the answer came directly from God Himself in the form of a short chapter of the Quran, which is considered the essence of the unity or the motto of monotheism. This is chapter 112 which reads:

"In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.
Say (O Muhammad) He is God the One God, the Everlasting Refuge, who has not begotten, nor has been begotten, and equal to Him is not anyone."

Some non-Muslims allege that God in Islam is a stern and cruel God who demands to be obeyed fully. He is not loving and kind. Nothing can be farther from truth than this allegation. It is enough to know that, with the exception of one, each of the 114 chapters of the Quran begins with the verse: "In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate." In one of the sayings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) we are told that "God is more loving and kinder than a mother to her dear child."

But God is also Just. Hence evildoers and sinners must have their share of punishment and the virtuous, His bounties and favors. Actually God's attribute of Mercy has full manifestation in His attribute of Justice. People suffering throughout their lives for His sake and people oppressing and exploiting other people all their lives should not receive similar treatment from their Lord. Expecting similar treatment for them will amount to negating the very belief in the accountability of man in the Hereafter and thereby negating all the incentives for a moral and virtuous life in this world. The following Quranic verses are very clear and straightforward in this respect:

"Verily, for the Righteous are gardens of Delight, in the Presence of their Lord. Shall We then treat the people of Faith like the people of Sin? What is the matter with you? How judge you?" (68:34-36)


Islam rejects characterizing God in any human form or depicting Him as favoring certain individuals or nations on the basis of wealth, power or race. He created the human beings as equals. They may distinguish themselves and get His favor through virtue and piety only.

The concept that God rested in the seventh day of creation, that God wrestled with one of His soldiers, that God is an envious plotter against mankind, or that God is incarnate in any human being are considered blasphemy from the Islamic point of view.

The unique usage of Allah as a personal name of God is a reflection of Islam's emphasis on the purity of the belief in God which is the essence of the message of all God's messengers. Because of this, Islam considers associating any deity or personality with God as a deadly sin which God will never forgive, despite the fact He may forgive all other sins.

 

[Note that what is meant above applies ONLY to those people who die in a state wherein they are associating others with God. The repentance of those who yet live is acceptable to God if He wills. - MSA of USC]

The Creator must be of a different nature from the things created because if he is of the same nature as they are, he will be temporal and will therefore need a maker. It follows that nothing is like Him. If the maker is not temporal, then he must be eternal. But if he is eternal, he cannot be caused, and if nothing outside him causes him to continue to exist, which means that he must be self-sufficient. And if the does not depend on anything for the continuance of his own existence, then this existence can have no end. The Creator is therefore eternal and everlasting: "He is the First and the Last."

He is Self-Sufficient or Self-Subsistent or, to use a Quranic term, Al-Qayyum. The Creator does not create only in the sense of bringing things into being, He also preserves them and takes them out of existence and is the ultimate cause of whatever happens to them.

"God is the Creator of everything. He is the guardian over everything. Unto Him belong the keys of the heavens and the earth." (39:62, 63)

"No creature is there crawling on the earth, but its provision rests on God. He knows its lodging place and it repository." (11:6)
 

God's Attributes

If the Creator is Eternal and Everlasting, then His attributes must also be eternal and everlasting. He should not lose any of His attributes nor acquire new ones. If this is so, then His attributes are absolute. Can there be more than one Creator with such absolute attributes? Can there be for example, two absolutely powerful Creators? A moment's thought shows that this is not feasible.

The Quran summarizes this argument in the following verses:

"God has not taken to Himself any son, nor is there any god with Him: For then each god would have taken of that which he created and some of them would have risen up over others." (23:91)

And Why, were there gods in earth and heaven other than God, they (heaven and earth) would surely go to ruin." (21:22)

The Oneness of God

The Quran reminds us of the falsity of all alleged gods. To the worshippers of man-made objects, it asks:

"Do you worship what you have carved yourself?" (37:95)

"Or have you taken unto you others beside Him to be your protectors, even such as have no power either for good or for harm to themselves?" (13:16)

To the worshippers of heavenly bodies it cites the story of Abraham:

"When night outspread over him he saw a star and said, 'This is my Lord.' But when it set he said, 'I love not the setters.' When he saw the moon rising, he said, 'This is my Lord.' But when it set he said, 'If my Lord does not guide me I shall surely be of the people gone astray.' When he saw the sun rising, he said, 'This is my Lord; this is greater.' But when it set he said, 'O my people, surely I quit that which you associate, I have turned my face to Him Who originated the heavens and the earth; a man of pure faith, I am not of the idolaters.'" (6:76-79)

The Believer's Attitude

In order to be a Muslim, i.e., to surrender oneself to God, it is necessary to believe in the oneness of God, in the sense of His being the only Creator, Preserver, Nourisher, etc. But this belief - later on called "Tawhid Ar-Rububiyyah" - is not enough. Many of the idolaters knew and believed that only the Supreme God could do all this, but that was not enough to make them Muslims. To tawhid ar-rububiyyah one must add tawhid al'uluhiyyah, i.e., one acknowledges the fact that is God alone Who deserves to be worshipped, and thus abstains from worshipping any other thing or being.

Having achieved this knowledge of the one true God, man should constantly have faith in Him, and should allow nothing to induce him to deny truth.

When faith enters a person's heart, it causes certain mental states which result in certain actions. Taken together these mental states and actions are the proof for the true faith. The Prophet said, "Faith is that which resides firmly in the heart and which is proved by deeds." Foremost among those mental states is the feeling of gratitude towards God which could be said to be the essence of 'ibada' (worship).

The feeling of gratitude is so important that a non-believer is called 'kafir' which means 'one who denies a truth' and also 'one who is ungrateful.'

A believer loves, and is grateful to God for the bounties He bestowed upon him, but being aware of the fact that his good deeds, whether mental or physical, are far from being commensurate with Divine favors, he is always anxious lest God should punish him, here or in the Hereafter. He, therefore, fears Him, surrenders himself to Him and serves Him with great humility. One cannot be in such a mental state without being almost all the time mindful of God. Remembering God is thus the life force of faith, without which it fades and withers away.

The Quran tries to promote this feeling of gratitude by repeating the attributes of God very frequently. We find most of these attributes mentioned together in the following verses of the Quran:

"He is God; there is no god but He, He is the Knower of the unseen and the visible; He is the All-Merciful, the All-Compassionate. He is God, there is no God but He. He is the King, the All-Holy, the All-Peace, the Guardian of Faith, the All-Preserver, the All-Mighty, the All-Compeller, the All-Sublime. Glory be to God, above that they associate! He is God the Creator, the Maker, the Shaper. To Him belong the Names Most Beautiful. All that is in the heavens and the earth magnifies Him; He is the All-Mighty, the All-Wise." (59:22-24)

"There is no god but He, the Living, the Everlasting. Slumber seizes Him not, neither sleep; to Him belongs all that is in the heavens and the earth. Who is there that shall intercede with Him save by His leave? He knows what lies before them and what is after them, and they comprehend not anything of His knowledge save such as He wills. His throne comprises the heavens and earth; the preserving of them oppresses Him not; He is the All-High, the All-Glorious." (2:255)

"People of the Book, go not beyond the bounds in your religion, and say not as to God but the truth. The Messiah, Jesus son of Mary, was only the Messenger of God, and His Word that He committed to Mary, and a Spirit from Him. So believe in God and His Messengers, and say not, 'Three.' Refrain; better is it for you. God is only one God. Glory be to Him - (He is) above having a son." (4:171)

Source : III&E Brochure Series; No. 2
(published by The Institute of Islamic Information and Education (III&E))

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 O ye who believe! seek Help in steadfastness and prayer. Lo! allah is with tHe steadfast.  
(
  سورة البقرة  , Al-Baqara, Chapter #2, Verse #153)
(Arabic, Transliteration, Urdu, Yusuf Ali, Shakir, Picthal, Mohsin Khan, French, Spanish, Indonesian, Melayu, German, Bosnian,Russian)

And when Moses came to Our appointed tryst and his Lord had spoken unto him, he said: My Lord! Show me (Thy Self), that I may gaze upon Thee. He said: Thou wilt not see Me, but gaze upon the mountain! if it stand still in its place, then thou wilt see Me. And when his Lord revealed (His) glory to the mountain He sent it crashing down. And Moses fell down senseless. And when he woke he said: Glory unto Thee! I turn unto Thee repentant, and I am the first of (true) believers.  
(
  سورة الأعراف  , Al-Araf, Chapter #7, Verse #143)





 


  “La Ilaha IllAllah” should be “there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah.”

So, to summarize the concept of “Tawheed al-Uluhiyyah”, let’s not forget that as part of their beliefs, Muslims should believe what Allah has reminded the entire humanity, which is:

“Know, that indeed there is no god worthy of worship except Allah…” (Surah Muhammad:19)

http://www.iqrasense.com/about-islam/what-must-we-know-about-allah.html

 

Faith in Names and Attributes of Allah

The fourth aspect of a Muslim faith is to believe in both the names and attributes of Allah. This may seem a trivial issue to some but there are many so called philosophers and theologians amongst Muslims who have disputed the concept of names and attributes of Allah. For example, there are some who would say that “Allah is Samee (All-Hearing) without a Hearing, He is Baseer (All-Seeing) without sight.’ This was especially well-known in the Mu’tazilah Madhhab.

Allah says in the Quran:

“(all) the Most Beautiful Names belong to Allah, so call on Him by them,” (Surah al-A’raf:180)

Scholars have noted a notable difference between the names and attributes of Allah. The names of Allah refer to His essence. So, his names al-Qadeer (the Powerful), al-‘Aleem (The All-Knowing), al-‘Azeez (the Almighty), al-Hakeem (the Wise) – for example – all point to one Essence, which is the holy Essence of Allah. Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah said: “we know that all the names agree in that they refer to the Essence of Allah. Even though they have different meanings, they are in agreement and are the same with regard to His Essence, different with regard to His Attributes.” [Majmoo‘ al-Fataawa, 3/59].

Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen (may Allah have mercy on him) said: “The names and attributes of Allah, may He be exalted, are names in that they refer to His Essence and they are attributes with regard to the meanings contained in these words. In the first regard they are the same because they refer to one Essence, namely Allah, may He be exalted and glorified, and in the second regard they are different because each one has a different meaning.

So al-Hayy (the Ever-Living), al-‘Aleem (the All-Knowing), al-Qadeer (the Powerful), as-Samee‘ (the All-Hearing), al-Baseer (the All-Seeing), ar-Rahmaan (the Most Merciful), ar-Raheem (the Most Compassionate), al-‘Azeez (the Almighty), al-Hakeem (the All Wise) are all names of one named entity, who is Allah, may He be exalted, but the meaning of al-Hayy (the Ever-Living) is different from the meaning of al-‘Aleem (the All-Knowing), and the meaning of al-‘Aleem (the All-Knowing) is different from the meaning of al-Qadeer (the Powerful), and so on.

When we consider the names and attributes of Allah, we should be wary of not equating that to any of the attributes of the creation. According to the scholars of sunnah, in affirming the names and attributes of Allah, we should be wary of the two great prohibitions, which are (1) Tamtheel (resembling Allah to His creation), and (2) Takyeef (asking how the Names and Attributes are). These two prohibitions are proven by the text (of the Quran and the Sunnah) and also by the intellect. Allah says in the Quran:

“There is nothing like unto Him.” (Surah ash-Shura:11)

“So put not forward similitude for Allah.” (Surah an-Nahl:74)

“Do you know of any who is similar to Him?” (Surah Maryam:65)

 

The rational proof according to scholars is that the creator can never be like His creation and that the creation will be destroyed. As Allah says in the Quran:

“Whatsoever is on it (the earth) will perish. And the Face of your Lord full of Majesty and Honor will abide forever.” (Surah ar-Rahman:26-27)

 

To conclude, let’s remind ourselves that the Muslim faith requires affirmation of the existence of Allah as the God and supreme being of this universe, beliefs in the concepts of Tawheed Rububiyah (Lordship), Tawheed Uluhiyyah (Worship), and belief in Allah’s names and attributes (al-Asmaa was-Sifaat).






 

Allaah alone is the Lord, the Creator, the Provider… the Sovereign, the Controller… the All-Knowing, All-Wise… the Ever-Living, the Sustainer of all that exists… The All-Hearing, All-Seeing… The Subtle and Courteous, the All-Aware… the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful… the Ever-Forbearing, Oft-Forgiving… the Almighty, the Compeller… the Oft-Pardoning, the Most Generous… the Most Strong, the All-Powerful… the Inventor of all things, the Bestower of forms…

To Him belongs the Sovereignty of the heavens and the earth, in His hand is goodness and He is able to do all things.

There is none worthy of worship but He, and to Him belong the most beautiful names and sublime attributes:

"Allaah! Laa ilaaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He)! To Him belong the Best Names." [Ta-Ha 20:8 – interpretation of the meaning]

He does whatever He wills and judges as He wants:

"And your Lord creates whatsoever He wills and chooses." [al-Qasas 28:68 – interpretation of the meaning]

He is the Owner of Sovereignty; He honours whomever He wills and humiliates whomever He wills:

"Say (O Muhammad): ‘O Allaah! Possessor of the kingdom, You give the kingdom to whom You will, and You take the kingdom from whom You will, and You endue with honour whom You will, and You humiliate whom You will. In Your Hand is the good. Verily, You are Able to do all things.’" [Aal ‘Imraan 3:26 – interpretation of the meaning]

He is the One Who gives life and death, and nothing on earth or in heaven is hidden from Him:

"It is Allaah that gives life and causes death. And Allaah is All-Seer of what you do." [Aal ‘Imraan 3:156 – interpretation of the meaning]

His alone is the creation and the commandment:

"Surely, His is the creation and commandment. Blessed is Allaah, the Lord of the ‘Aalameen (mankind, jinn and all that exists)!" [al-A’raaf 5:54 – interpretation of the meaning]

He is the First, and there is nothing before Him… He is the last and there is nothing after Him… He is the Most High, and there is nothing above Him… He is the Most Near, and there is nothing beneath Him…

"He is the First (nothing is before Him) and the Last (nothing is after Him), the Most High (nothing is above Him) and the Most Near (nothing is nearer than Him). And He is the All-Knower of every thing." [al-Hadeed 57:3 – interpretation of the meaning]

He is the Creator of all things and He is the All-Knower of everything:

"Such is Allaah, your Lord! Laa ilaaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He), the Creator of all things. So worship Him (Alone), and He is the Wakeel (Trustee, Disposer of affairs or Guardian) over all things." [al-An’aam 6:102 – interpretation of the meaning]

He is Subtle, Most Great, All-Encompassing:

"Allaah is Ever All Aware." [al-Nisaa’ 4:126 – interpretation of the meaning]

He is Ever-Living, the Sustainer of all that exists… To Him belongs everything in the heavens and on earth… Nothing is hidden from Him… Nothing is beyond His capability… Nothing can encompass Him:

"Allaah! Laa ilaaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He), Al-Hayy al-Qayyoom (the Ever Living, the One Who sustains and protects all that exists). Neither slumber nor sleep overtakes Him. To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth. Who is he that can intercede with Him except with His Permission? He knows what happens to them (His creatures) in this world, and what will happen to them in the Hereafter. And they will never compass anything of His Knowledge except that which He wills. His Kursiy extends over the heavens and the earth, and He feels no fatigue in guarding and preserving them. And He is the Most High, the Most Great." [al-Baqarah 2:255 – interpretation of the meaning]

He knows all things and records the numbers of all things:

"...and all things We have recorded with numbers (as a record) in a Clear Book." [Yaa-Seen 36:12 – interpretation of the meaning]

He is Most Generous and Bountiful… all provision comes from Him:

"And no moving (living) creature is there on earth but its provision is due from Allaah." [Hood 11:6 – interpretation of the meaning]

His blessings cannot be counted or numbered:

"And He gave you of all that you asked for, and if you count the Blessings of Allaah, never will you be able to count them." [Ibraaheem 14:34 – interpretation of the meaning]

His stores fill the earth and the heavens:

"And to Allaah belong the treasures of the heavens and the earth." [al-Munaafiqeen 63:7 – interpretation of the meaning]

He is Free of all needs and Worthy of all praise; He gives to His slaves but that never diminishes His stores:

"O mankind! it is you who stand in need of Allaah. But Allaah is Rich (Free of all needs), Worthy of all praise." [Faatir 35:15 – interpretation of the meaning]

He is Oft-Pardoning and Oft-Forgiving; He bestows mercy upon His slaves and overlooks their sins:

"Verily, Allaah indeed is Oft Pardoning, Oft Forgiving." [al-Hajj 22:60 – interpretation of the meaning]

He is the Knower of the unseen and the seen… He is Almighty in His sovereignty, Wise in His commands:

"All-Knower of the unseen and seen, the All Mighty, the All-Wise." [al-Taghaabun 64:18 – interpretation of the meaning]

He knows what is secret and what is open; nothing is hidden from Him:

"And He is Allaah (to be worshipped Alone) in the heavens and on the earth; He knows what you conceal and what you reveal, and He knows what you earn (good or bad)." [al-An’aam 6:3 – interpretation of the meaning]

He is Subtle and Courteous, All-Aware:

"No vision can grasp Him, but He grasps all vision. He is Al-Lateef (the Most Subtle and Courteous), Well-Acquainted with all things." [al-An’aam 6:103 – interpretation of the meaning]

He is One in His essence, attributes and actions:

"Say (O Muhammad): ‘He is Allaah, (the) One. Allaah-us-Samad [Allaah — the Self-Sufficient Master, Whom all creatures need, (He neither eats nor drinks)]. He begets not, nor was He begotten. And there is none co equal or comparable unto Him." [al-Ikhlaas 112:1-4 – interpretation of the meaning]

Glory be to Him; His are the most beautiful names and sublime attributes, and He has no partner or associate:

"Such is Allaah your Lord. His is the kingdom. Laa ilaaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He). How then are you turned away?" [al-Zumar 39:6 – interpretation of the meaning]

Because of this Sovereignty, these attributes, this creation, these blessings, He is the only One Who is deserving of praise and thanks and sincere worship, to the exclusion of all others:

"Surely, your Lord is Allaah Who created the heavens and the earth in six Days and then rose over (Istawa) the Throne (really in a manner that suits His Majesty), disposing the affair of all things. No intercessor (can plead with Him) except after His Leave. That is Allaah, your Lord; so worship Him (Alone). Then, will you not remember?" [Yoonus 10:3 – interpretation of the meaning]

He created (everything) then proportioned it, He ordained laws then granted guidance, He granted provision and made people independent of means:

"Allaah, it is He Who has made for you the earth as a dwelling place and the sky as a canopy, and has given you shape and made your shapes good (looking) and has provided you with good things. That is Allaah, your Lord, so Blessed be Allaah, the Lord of the ‘Aalameen (mankind, jinn and all that exists." [Ghaafir 40:64 – interpretation of the meaning]

O Allaah, to You be praise for Your great sovereignty:

"All the praises and thanks be to Allaah, to Whom belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is in the earth." [Saba’ 34:1 – interpretation of the meaning]

O Allaah, to You be praise for Your mighty creation:

"All praises and thanks be to Allaah, Who (Alone) created the heavens and the earth." [al-An’aam 6:1 – interpretation of the meaning]

O Allaah, to You be praise, for You have guided us to Islam, You have sent down to us the Qur’aan, You have provided us with good things, You have made us the best of nations, You have honoured us with great blessings. There is no god but You, to You belongs the Sovereignty, Yours is the Creation and the Commandment, all blessings and praise are Yours…

"All the praises and thanks be to Allaah, the Lord of the ‘Aalameen (mankind, jinn and all that exists). The Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. The Only Owner (and the Only Ruling Judge) of the Day of Recompense (i.e. the Day of Resurrection) You (Alone) we worship, and You (Alone) we ask for help (for each and everything)." [al-Faatihah 1:2-5 – interpretation of the meaning]
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99 Perfect Names and Attributes of Allah

It is not possible to perfectly translate the names and attributes of Allah from their original Arabic into English. However, here are some close explanations.

1.   Allah

 

2.  al-Rahman 

(The ompassionate)


3.  al-Rahim
(The Merciful)

4.  al-Malik  
   (The King, The Sovereign)

5.  al-Quddus 

(The Holy)

6.  al-Salam 

(The Author of Safety)



7.  al-Mu'min

 (The Giver of Peace)

8.  al-Muhaimin
 (The Protector)

9.  al-'Aziz 

(The Strong)

10. al-Jabbar 

(The Compeller)



11. al-Mutakabbir
 (The Majestic)
12. al-Khaliq 

(The Creator)

13. al-Bari 

(The Maker)

14. al-Musawwir
 (The Fashioner)
15. al-Ghaffar 

(The Great Forgiver)

16. al-Qahhar

 (The Dominant)

17. al-Wahhab 

(The Bestower)


18. al-Razzaq 

(The Sustainer)

19. al-Fattah

 (The Opener, 

The Reliever,

 The Judge)


20. al-'Alim 

(The All-Knowing)


21. al-Qabid 

(The Retainer,

 The Withholder)

22. al-Basit 

(The Enlarger)

23. al-Khafid 

(The Pleaser)

24. al-Rafi' 

(The Elevator)

25. al-Mu'izz

 (The Honourer)


26. al-Mudhill 

(The Humiliator)

27. al-Sami'

 (The All-Hearing, the Hearer)


28. al-Basir 

(The All-Seeing)

29. al-Hakam

 (The Judge)

30. al-'Adl 

(The Just)

31. al-Latif 
(The Subtle)
32. al-Khabir 

(The Gracious,

 The Aware)

33. al-Halim 

(The Clement, 

The Forebearing)

34. al-'Azim 

(The Mighty)

35. al-Ghafur 

(The Forgiving)

36. al-Shakur

 (The Grateful, 

The Appreciative)

37. al-'Aliyy 

(The High, 

The Sublime)

38. al-Kabir 

(The Great)

39. al-Hafiz 

(The Preserver/Protector) 

[see Qur'an 42:6]

40. al-Muqit  

 (The Protector,

 The Guardian, 

The Feeder, 

The Sustainer)

41. al-Hasib

 (The Reckoner)

42. al-Jalil

 (The Beneficent)

43. al-Karim 

(The Bountiful, 

The Gracious)

44. al-Raqib 

(The Watcher, 

The Watchful)

45. al-Mujib

 (The Responsive, The Hearkener)

46. al-Wasi' 

(The Vast, The All-Embracing)

47. al-Hakim al-Mutlaq

 (The Judge of Judges)

48. al-Wadud 

(The Loving)

49. al-Majid 

(The Glorious)

50. al-Ba'ith 

(The Raiser 

[from death],

 The True)

51. al-Shahid 

(The Witness)

52. al-Haqq

 (The Truth,

 The True)

53. al-Wakil 

 Truste(Thee)

54. al-Qawiyy

 (The Strong)

55. al-Matin

 (The Firm)

56. al-Waliyy

 (The Protecting Friend)

57. al-Hamid

 (The Praiseworthy)

58. al-Muhsi 

(The Counter)

59. al-Mubdi 

(The Originator)

60. al-Mu'id 

(The Reproducer)

61. al-Muhyi 

(The Restorer, The Giver of Life)

62. al-Mumit 

(The Destroyer)

63. al-Hayy

 (The Alive)

64. al-Qayyum

 (The Self-Subsisting)

65 al-Wajid

 (The Perceiver)

66. al-Majid 
The Noble
     67 al-Wahid
The unique
68   al-Ahad
(The One)

          69. al-Samad 

(The Independent)

         70. al-Qadir

 (The Capable)

        71. al-Muqtadir 

(The Dominant)

       72. al-Muqaddim

 (The Promoter)

      73. al-Mu'akhkhir

 (The Retarder)

  74. al-Awwal 

(The First)

     75. al-Akhir

 (The Last)

     76. al-Zahir

 (The Manifest)

    77. al-Batin

 (The Hidden)

    78. al-Wali 

(The Governor)

    79. al-Muta'ali

 (The High Exalted)

    80. al-Barr

 (The Righteous)

    81. al-Tawwab 

(The Relenting)

     82. al-Muntaqim 

(The Avenger)

     83. al-'Afuww 

(The Forgiver)

     84. al-Ra'uf

 (The Compassionate)

     85. Malik al-Mulk

 (The Owner of Sovereignty)

      Dhu'l Jalal wa'l-Ikram

 (The Lord of Majesty and Bounty)

     86. al-Muqsit 

(The Equitable)

     87. al-Jami 

(The Gatherer,

 The Collector)

    88. al-Ghani 

(The Self-Sufficient)

     89. al-Mughni

 (The Enricher)

     90. al-Mani' 

(The Withholder)

    91. al-Nafi' 

(The Propitious)

     92. al-Darr 

(The Distresser)

      93. al-Nur 

(The Light)

       94. al-Hadi 

(The Guide)

       95. al-Badia

 (The Eternal)

      96. al-Baqi 

(The Everlasting)

    97. al-Warith 

(The Heir)

    98. al-Rashid

 (The Guide to the Right Path)

    99. al-Sabur 

(The Patient) 


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The Quran tries to promote this feeling of gratitude by repeating the attributes of God very frequently. We find most of these attributes mentioned together in the following verses of the Quran:

"He is God; there is no god but He, He is the Knower of the unseen and the visible; He is the All-Merciful, the All-Compassionate. He is God, there is no God but He. He is the King, the All-Holy, the All-Peace, the Guardian of Faith, the All-Preserver, the All-Mighty, the All-Compeller, the All-Sublime. Glory be to God, above that they associate! He is God the Creator, the Maker, the Shaper. To Him belong the Names Most Beautiful. All that is in the heavens and the earth magnifies Him; He is the All-Mighty, the All-Wise." (59:22-24)

"There is no god but He, the Living, the Everlasting. Slumber seizes Him not, neither sleep; to Him belongs all that is in the heavens and the earth. Who is there that shall intercede with Him save by His leave? He knows what lies before them and what is after them, and they comprehend not anything of His knowledge save such as He wills. His throne comprises the heavens and earth; the preserving of them oppresses Him not; He is the All-High, the All-Glorious." (2:255)

"People of the Book, go not beyond the bounds in your religion, and say not as to God but the truth. The Messiah, Jesus son of Mary, was only the Messenger of God, and His Word that He committed to Mary, and a Spirit from Him. So believe in God and His Messengers, and say not, 'Three.' Refrain; better is it for you. God is only one God. Glory be to Him - (He is) above having a son." (4:171)

 

 










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99 Perfect Names and Attributes of Allah

It is not possible to perfectly translate the names and attributes of Allah from their original Arabic into English. However, here are some fairly close explanations.

Please note: Many Muslims take on all the names below (except for # 1) without the 'Al' prefix. For example, Rahman, Rahim, Malik, etc. are common names of male Muslims.

1. Allah: He who has the Godhood which is the power to create the entities.

2. Ar-Rahman: The One who has plenty of mercy for the believers and the blasphemers in this world and especially for the believers in the hereafter.

3. Ar-Rahim: The One who has plenty of mercy for the believers.

4. Al-Malik: The One with the complete Dominion, the One Whose Dominion is clear from imperfection.

5. Al-Quddus: The One who is pure from any imperfection and clear from children and adversaries.

6. As-Salam: The One who is free from every imperfection.

7. Al-Mu'min: The One who witnessed for Himself that no one is God but Him. And He witnessed for His believers that they are truthful in their belief that no one is God but Him.

8. Al-Muhaymin: The One who witnesses the saying and deeds of His creatures.

9. Al-^Aziz: The Defeater who is not defeated.

10. Al-Jabbar: The One that nothing happens in His Dominion except that which He willed.

11. Al-Mutakabbir: The One who is clear from the attributes of the creatures and from resembling them.

12. Al-Khaliq: The One who brings everything from non-existence to existence.

13. Al-Bari': The Creator who has the Power to turn the entities.

14. Al-Musawwir: The One who forms His creatures in different pictures.

15. Al-Ghaffar: The One who forgives the sins of His slaves time and time again.

16. Al-Qahhar: The Subduer who has the perfect Power and is not unable over anything.

17. Al-Wahhab: The One who is Generous in giving plenty without any return.

18. Ar-Razzaq: The One who gives everything that benefits whether Halal or Haram.

19. Al-Fattah: The One who opens for His slaves the closed worldy and religious matters.

20. Al-^Alim: The Knowledgeable; The One nothing is absent from His knowledge.

21. Al-Qabid and 22. Al-Basit: The One who constricts the sustenance by His wisdom and expands and widens it with His  Generosity and Mercy.

23. Al-Khafid and 24. Ar-Rafi^: The One who lowers whoever He willed by His Destruction and raises whoever He willed by His Endowment.

25. Al-Mu^iz and 26. Al-Muthil: He gives esteem to whoever He willed, hence there is no one to degrade Him; And He degradeswhoever He willed, hence there is no one to give Him esteem.

27. As-Sami^: The One who Hears all things that are heard by His Eternal Hearing without an ear,   instrument  or organ.

28. Al-Basir: The One who Sees all things that are seen by His Eternal Seeing without a pupil or any otherinstrument.

29. Al-Hakam: He is the Ruler and His judgment is His Word.

30. Al-^Adl: The One who is entitled to do what He does.

31. Al-Latif: The One who is kind to His slaves and endows upon them.

32. Al-Khabir: The One who knows the truth of things.

33. Al-Halim: The One who delays the punishment for those who deserve it and then He might forgive them.

34. Al-^Azim: The One deserving the attributes of Exaltment, Glory, Extolement,and Purity from all imperfection.

35. Al-Ghafur: The One who forgives a lot.

36. Ash-Shakur: The One who gives a lot of reward for a little obedience.

37. Al-^Aliyy: The One who is clear from the attributes of the creatures.

38. Al-Kabir: The One who is greater than everything in status.

39. Al-Hafiz: The One who protects whatever and whoever He willed to protect.

40. Al-Muqit: The One who has the Power.

41. Al-Hasib: The One who gives the satisfaction.

42. Aj-Jalil: The One who is attributed with greatness of Power and Glory of status.

43. Al-Karim: The One who is clear from abjectness.

44. Ar-Raqib: The One that nothing is absent from Him. Hence it's meaning is related to the attribute ofKnowledge.

45. Al-Mujib: The One who answers the one in need if he asks Him and rescues the yearner if he calls upon Him.

46. Al-Wasi^: The Knowledgeable.

47. Al-Hakim: The One who is correct in His doings.

48. Al-Wadud: The One who loves His believing slaves and His believing slaves love Him. His love to His slavesis His Will to be merciful to them and praise them:Hence it's meaning is related to the attributes of the Will and Kalam (His attribute with which He orders and forbids and spoke to Muhammad and Mu sa -peace be upon them- . It is not a sound nor a language nor a letter).

49. Al-Majid: The One who is with perfect Power, High Status, Compassion, Generosity and Kindness.

50. Al-Ba^ith: The One who resurrects His slaves after death for reward and/or punishment.

51. Ash-Shahid: The One who nothing is absent from Him.

52. Al-Haqq: The One who truly exists.

53. Al-Wakil: The One who gives the satisfaction and is relied upon.

54. Al-Qawiyy: The One with the complete Power.

55. Al-Matin: The One with extreme Power which is un-interrupted and He does not get tired.

56. Al-Waliyy: The Supporter.

57. Al-Hamid: The praised One who deserves to be praised.

58. Al-Muhsi: The One who the count of things are known to him.

59. Al-Mubdi': The One who started the human being. That is, He created him.

60. Al-Mu^id: The One who brings back the creatures after death.

61. Al-Muhyi: The One who took out a living human from semen that does not have a soul. He gives life bygiving the souls back to the worn out bodies on the resurrection day and He makes the hearts alive by the light of knowledge.

62. Al-Mumit: The One who renders the living dead.

63. Al-Hayy: The One attributed with a life that is unlike our life and is not that of a combination of soul, fleshor blood.

64. Al-Qayyum: The One who remains and does not end.

65. Al-Wajid: The Rich who is never poor. Al-Wajd is Richness.

66. Al-Majid: The One who is Majid.

67. Al-Wahid: The One without a partner.

68. As-Samad: The Master who is relied upon in matters and reverted to in ones needs.

69. Al-Qadir: The One attributed with Power.

70. Al-Muqtadir: The One with the perfect Power that nothing is withheld from Him.

71. Al-Muqaddim and 72. Al-Mu'akhkhir: The One who puts things in their right places. He makes ahead what He wills and delays what He wills.

73. Al-'Awwal: The One whose Existence is without a beginning.

74. Al-'Akhir: The One whose Existence is without an end.

75. Az-Zahir 76. Al-Batin: The One that nothing is above Him and nothing is underneath Him, hence He exists without aplace. He, The Exalted, His Existence is obvious by proofs and He is clear from the delusions of attributesof bodies.

77. Al-Wali: The One who owns things and manages them.

78. Al-Muta^ali: The One who is clear from the attributes of the creation.

79. Al-Barr: The One who is kind to His creatures, who covered them with His sustenance and specified however He willed among them by His support, protection, and special mercy.

80. At-Tawwab: The One who grants repentance to whoever He willed among His creatures and accepts his repentance.

81. Al-Muntaqim: The One who victoriously prevails over His enemies and punishes them for their sins. It maymean the One who destroys them.

82. Al-^Afuww: The One with wide forgiveness.

83. Ar-Ra'uf: The One with extreme Mercy. The Mercy of Allah is His will to endow upon whoever He willedamong His creatures.

84. Malik Al-Mulk: The One who controls the Dominion and gives dominion to whoever He willed.

85. Thul-Jalal wal-Ikram: The One who deserves to be Exalted and not denied.

86. Al-Muqsit: The One who is Just in His judgment.

87. Aj-Jami^: The One who gathers the creatures on a day that there is no doubt about, that is the Day of 
     Judgment.

88. Al-Ghaniyy: The One who does not need the creation.

89. Al-Mughni: The One who satisfies the necessities of the creatures.

90. Al-Mani^: The Supporter who protects and gives victory to His pious believers. Al-Mu'tiy The Withholder

91. Ad-Darr and 92. An-Nafi^: The One who makes harm reach to whoever He willed and benefit to whoever He willed.

93. An-Nur: The One who guides.

94. Al-Hadi: The One whom with His Guidance His belivers were guided, and with His Guidance the living: beings have been guided to what is beneficial for them and protected from what is harmful to them.

95. Al-Badi^: The One who created the creation and formed it without any preceding example.

96. Al-Baqi: The One that the state of non-existence is impossible for Him.

97. Al-Warith: The One whose Existence remains.

98. Ar-Rashid: The One who guides.

99. As-Sabur: The One who does not quickly punish the sinners.

 

 

What must we know about Allah?

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Allah – the Supreme Being of this universe – revealed the message of truth through the Quran to enable us to live meaningful lives and to help us succeed in the hereafter. Reflecting on that message with an open mind and heart has allowed many from mankind to recognize and believe in Allah as the sole deity of this universe. Once our minds clearly know Allah as our creator and sustainer, we can better understand Allah’s rights over us and can also help us to worship Him the way we ought to worship Him as our creator.

The prophet (S) said: “Allah’s right over His servants is that they worship Him without associating any partner with Him in worship, and their right over Him is that He does not punish anyone who worships Him without associating any partner with Him in worship.” [Sahîh al-Bukhârî and Sahîh Muslim]

For us to worship Allah, we must, therefore, strive to learn about His rights over us. We can know more about Allah by properly understanding the concepts of Tawheed and to inculcate those principles in our hearts. The principles of Tawheed should never be taken lightly because they mark the boundaries of entering Islam. Believing in those concepts brings one in the fold of Islam and denying them puts one out of Islam.

The book ‘Sharh Hadeeth Jibra’eel’ by Shaikh ibn Saleh al-Uthaimeen (with additional quotes from Shaikh Salih ibn Fawzan ibn Abdullah al-Fawzan) highlight and summarize the various aspects of Tawheed that are held by Ahlus-Sunnah (Followers of Sunnah). They are summarized in the following.

Eeman (belief/faith) in Allah comprises of the following distinct concepts:

  1. Faith (Eeman) in the Existence of Allah: This refers to believing in Allah – not just any God – but specifically Allah as the supreme being of this universe and all that exists in this universe.
  2. Faith (Eeman) in the Rububiyah (Lordship) of Allah – This refers to believing in Allah as the true Lord of this universe and as the controller of all aspects of this universe.
  3. Faith (Eeman) in the Uluhiyyah (Worship) of Allah – This refers to singling out only Allah as the One who is worthy of any worship.
  4. Faith (Eeman) in al-Asma was-Sifat (the Names and Attributes) of Allah – This refers to belief in Allah’s names and attributes.

The following summarizes the above concepts.

Faith in Allah’s Existence

Allah proclaims His existence in the Quran by presenting multiple proofs and arguments, some of which are as follows:

  1. Recognizing Allah’s existence through the use of human intellect
  2. Recognizing Allah’s existence through ones fitrah (natural human instinct)
  3. Proof through other (Divine) Religions (Judaism and Christianity)
  1. Intellectual Proof for the Existence of Allah

The creation of this universe and the order held therein forces one to think about the originator of this miracle. On pondering, one realizes that this universe couldn’t have started from nothing and the order with which it is held is a miracle in its own right. Even more astounding is the manner in which Allah assertively proclaims Himself in the Quran as the originator of this creation and maintainer of this order. This eloquent description of the various aspects of this universe’s creation can only be found in the Quran. Consider the following verses in the Quran:

“Were they created by nothing or were they themselves the creators?” [At-Tur 52 : 35]

“It is not for the sun to overtake the moon, nor does the night outstrip the day. They all float, each in an orbit.” [Ya-Sin 36:40]

“This is the creation of Allah. So, show Me that which those (whom you worship) besides Him have created.” [Luqman 31 : 11]

“Verily! Those whom you call upon besides Allah, cannot create (even) a fly, even if they combine together for the purpose.” [Al-Hajj 22 : 73]

The proclamation and confident assertion in these verses about Allah’s creation of this universe gives credence to the deity and existence of Allah.

2. The Fitrah (natural human instinct) proves the Existence of Allah

When faced with calamities, man has the instinct to call upon “God”. This is because as humans we are created to be as such and most agree that a person’s “self” calling upon a “supreme being” in extreme situations is part of man’s nature. Allah reminds us in the Quran that this natural instinct (fitrah) of us calling upon Allah is part of Adam’s creation. He says in the Quran:

“(Remember) when your Lord brought forth from the Children of Adam, from their loins, their seed and made them testify as to themselves (saying), “Am I not your Lord?” They said, “Yes! We testify.” (Surah Al-A’raf:172)

He also says:

“(Remember) Ayub (Job), when he cried to his Lord, “Verily, distress has seized me, and You are the Most Merciful of all those who show mercy. So We answered his call. We removed the distress that was on him. We restored his family to him and the like thereof along with them as a mercy from Ourselves and a Reminder for all who worship Us.” (Surah Al-Anbiya:83-84)

 

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AL-MALIK

AR-RAHIM

AR-RAHMAN

ALLAH

ALMUHAYMIN

AL-MU`MIN

AS-SALAM

AL-QADDUS

AL-KHALIQ

AL-MUTAKABBIR

AL-JABBAR

AL-AZIZ

AL-QAHHAR

AL-GHAFFAR

AL-MUSAWWIR

AL-BARI

AL-`ALIM

AL-FATTAH

AR-RAZZAQ

AL-WAHAB

AR-RAFI

AL-KHAFID

AL-BASIT

AL-QABID

AL-BASIR

AS-SAMI`

AL-MUZILL

AL-MU`IZZ

AL-KHABIR

AL-LATIF

AL-`ADL

AL-HAKAM

ASH-SHAKUR

AL-GHAFUR

AL-`AZIM

AL-HALIM

AL-MUQIT

AL-HAFIZ

AL-KABIR

AL-`ALI

AR-RAQIB

AL-KARIM

AL-JALIL

AL-HASIB

AL-WADUD

AL-HAKIM

AL-WASI

AL-MUJIB

AL-HAQQ

AL-SHAHID

AL-BA`ITH

AL-MAJID

AL-WALI

AL-MATIN

AL-QAWI

AL-WAKIL

AL-MU`ID

AL-MUBDI

AL-MUHSI

AL-HAMID

AL-QAYYUM

AL-HAYY

AL-MUMIT

AL-MUHYI

AL-AHAD

AL-WAHID

AL-MAJID

AL-WAJID

AL-MUQADDIM

AL-MUQTADIR

AL-QADIR

AS-SAMAD

AZ-ZAHIR

AL - AKHIR

AL-AWWAL

AL-MU`AKHKHIR

AL-BARR

AL-MUTA`ALI

AL-WALI

AL-BATIN

AR-RA`UF

AL-AFUW

AL-MUNTAQIM

AT-TAWWAB

AL-JAME

AL-MUQSIT

DHUL-JALAL-WAL- IKRAM

MALIK-UL-MULK

AD-DARR

AL-MANI

AL-MUGHNI

AL-GHANI

AL-BADI

AL-HADI

AN-NUR

AN-NAFI

AS-SABUR

AR-RASHID

AL-WARITH

AL-BAQI

 


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ALLAHAR-RAHMANAR-RAHIMAL-MALIKAL-QADDUS
AS-SALAMAL-MU`MINALMUHAYMINAL-AZIZAL-JABBAR
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AL-MUZILLAS-SAMI`AL-BASIRAL-HAKAMAL-`ADL
AL-LATIFAL-KHABIRAL-HALIMAL-`AZIMAL-GHAFUR
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AL-HASIBAL-JALILAL-KARIMAR-RAQIBAL-MUJIB
AL-WASIAL-HAKIMAL-WADUDAL-MAJIDAL-BA`ITH
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AL-WALIAL-HAMIDAL-MUHSIAL-MUBDIAL-MU`ID
AL-MUHYIAL-MUMITAL-HAYYAL-QAYYUMAL-WAJID
AL-MAJIDAL-WAHIDAL-AHADAS-SAMADAL-QADIR
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AT-TAWWABAL-MUNTAQIMAL-AFUWAR-RA`UFMALIK-UL-MULK
DHUL-JALAL-WAL- IKRAMAL-MUQSITAL-JAMEAL-GHANIAL-MUGHNI
AL-MANIAD-DARRAN-NAFIAN-NURAL-HADI
AL-BADIAL-BAQIAL-WARITHAR-RASHIDAS-SABUR
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http://www.islam101.com/tauheed/conceptofGod.htm


Holy Qur’an is the instruction manual for the human being:


http://www.islam101.com/tauheed/conceptofGod.htm

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Parekh In,
Aug 21, 2011, 10:00 AM
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