The Meaning of Islam: A Brief Explanation of the Most Important Principles & Teachings By Abu Iyad Amjad bin Muhammad Rafiq
Author: Abu Iyad Amjad bin Muhammad Rafiq
Book Binding: Paperback
Size: 8.3 X 5.8 X 0.3 inch
Publication year: 2017
About This Book:
Abu Iyad Amjad bin Muhammad Rafiq's book "The Meaning of Islam: A Brief Explanation of the Most Important Principles & Teachings" provides a clear and transparent look into Islam's essential principles and teachings. The author presents a simple yet comprehensive overview of the core beliefs and practices of the Islamic faith in this book. The book addresses key concepts, allowing readers to have a better knowledge of Islam's core teachings. Abu Iyad Amjad bin Muhammad Rafiq's approach is straightforward and interesting, making complicated topics accessible to readers of all backgrounds.
This book will help readers understand essential Islamic concepts such as belief in one God (Tawheed), the importance of prayer (Salah), fasting during Ramadan (Sawm), mandated charity (Zakat), and the pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj). The book also dives into moral behavior, ethics, and personal development, making it an invaluable resource for living a meaningful and satisfying Islamic life. "The Meaning of Islam" is an excellent primer for anyone interested in the beginnings of the Islamic faith. Because of its simple yet comprehensive approach, it is appropriate for both new Muslims and those seeking a deeper understanding of Islam.
This book is intended for new Muslims who have just accepted Islam and non-Muslims interested in Islam or almost about to accept Islam. It is also useful for Muslims wishing to revise or learn the basics of Islam in a concise manner and parents wishing to give their children a good foundation in the basics. This book serves all of these purposes at once and has been written specifically with all of this in mind. Utterance of the two testifications (shahadatan) regarding monotheism (taw?i?) and messengership (risalah) enter a person into Islam. This declaration has a meaning (ma?na); requirements (muqta?a); conditions (shuru?) and nullifiers (nawaqi?) which must be understood well. After a person enters Islam; he or she establishes the remaining pillars of Islam whilst seeking knowledge to increase inward Iman; which is faith. Thereafter; he or she strives for I?san which is excellence; and for the perfection of character.