La Ilaha Illa Allah (Its Meaning, Conditions, Nullifiers & Virtues)


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AuthorShaykh Muhammad Raslaan
TranslatorAbu Yusuf Abdullaah Ibrahim Omran Al-Masri
Size in Inches6x9x0.40
Size in Centimeters15x23x1
Edition2nd (Decrmber 2016)
Actual Weight0.50
SubtitleLa Ilaha Illa Allah (Its Meaning, Its Conditions, Nullifiers, Virtues, and Syntactic analysis)

'La ilaha illa Allah' (there is none worthy of worship except Allah) is the testimony of faith and the key to the abode of happiness. It is the foundation of this religion, the trunk of its tree, the pillar of its pavilion, while the rest of the pillars and obligations branch out of it, integrate it, and are restricted by observing and implementing its requirements. The whole purpose behind creation is crystallized in Allah’s saying: "And I (Allah) created not the jinn and mankind except that they should worship Me."

Verily, the foremost matter individuals should put to effect is: To learn the purpose for which Allah created them, took the covenant upon them, sent His Messengers to them, sent down His divine scriptures.

For this purpose, the worldly life, the Hereafter, the paradise, and the hell-fire were created. Additionally, owing to this purpose, the Day of Judgement will be established, the scales of deeds will be set, the sheets of deeds will be scattered, and sorrow and happiness will be on that Day and on which light will be distributed.

Allah says, "And he for whom Allah has not appointed light, for him there is no light." Allah instructs us that we are created to worship Him. The backbone and foundation of worship is Tawheed; with which all the Messengers had been missioned to proclaim. The simple profession that comprises Tawheed in its entirety is very short, copious of implications, and critically significant; it is: "La ilaha illa Allah"

Allah has obligated every accountable individual to profess that nothing is worthy of worship except Allah and to act accordingly.

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