Feb
6
2012

How to be Rabbanyeen (learned men of religion)

In the Name of Allah the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Allah says:

(Be you Rabbaniyun (learned men of religion who practise what they know and also preach others))

[Al Imran, 3:79]

The meanings of the word “Rabb” (Lord):

The “Rabb” is he who Educates:

Dear brothers, One of the senses of the word “Lord” is “the Educator”, derived from education, better yet, the closest attributes of Allah is “Lord of the worlds”, indicating that Allah is the Educator, Allah is the One who bestowed you with the blessing of existence, who sustains your need of air to breathe, water to drink, and food to eat, Who bestowed you with a family, kids, mind, thoughts, balance, organs, and He guided you to Him and granted you the blessing of righteousness and the integrity of conduct.

The Rabb is the Possessor:

Another sense of the word “Rabb” is the “Possessor”.
Listen to what Abdul Muttaleb (Grandfather of the prophet PBUH) said to Abraha Al Ashram (king of Habasha) when he intended Mecca to knock down the Kabaah (house of Allah in Mecca)? He said: “I am the owner of the camels, (therefore, I tried to save them), and this House has its own Owner Who will surely protect it”
I always ask my listeners not to worry about this Religion, as it is the religion of Allah Who controls everything, and He will protect it. Had not it been the religion of Allah, Islam could have been perished hundreds of years ago, however, what should make you worry is to be or not to be selected by Allah as one of His warriors (to dedicate your life to serve Islam).

The Rabb is the Master:

“Rabb” also means the Master. When Prophet Yousuf PBUH said:

(Return to your lord )

[Yusuf, 50]

He meant to say: go to your master. Hence, “Rabb” means the Educator, the Possessor, and the Master.

The Rabb is the One Who creates and guides:

Rabb Al Alameen (Lord of the worlds) was defined by Prophet Mosa PBUH (Moses) when he addressed Pharaoh, he said:

?[Musa (Moses)] said: “Our Lord is He Who gave to each thing its form and nature, then guided it aright.)

[Taha, 20:50]

Which means that He created and guided.

What does being a Rabbany mean?

First: The Rabbany is wise, well-learnt, tolerant, and jurisprudent:

Again, Rabb means the Educator as a derived word from education and righteousness, and the Rabbany is the one who believes in the Educator, loves Him, submits to Him, connect with Him, be loyal to Him, and be close to Him, hence, being Rabbany is a Divine enjoinment, and any Quranic order necessitates obligation.

(On the contrary (he would say): “Be you Rabbaniyun (learned men of religion who practise what they know and also preach others), because you are teaching the Book, and you are studying it.”)

[Al Imran, 3:79]

Ibn Abbass said:

The meaning of Rabbanyeen is: those who are wise, knowledgeable, and tolerant

Al Hasan said:

The meaning of Rabbanyeen is: those who are jurisprudent

It means to be among the pious and religious people.

Second: the Rabbany admits that Allah is the only Ruler of the world:

Dear brothers, being Rabbani requires being a believer in the Lord of the worlds, to admit that Allah is the Only absolute ruler of the world, is the One Who has created and has managed, is the One Who has the power to change, is the One Who directs, Who increases, Who decreases, Who brings to life, Who takes lives, Who judges, Who makes laws, Who afflicts and Who brings benefits. Allah says:

(Say (O Muhammad): “Who provides for you from the sky and from the earth? Or who owns hearing and sight? And who brings out the living from the dead and brings out the dead from the living? And who disposes the affairs?” They will say: “Allah.”)

[Yunus, 10:31]

Allah said also:

(Surely, His is the Creation and Commandment)

[Al A'raf, 7:54]

Third: The Rabbany believes that there is no Creator but Allah:

Dear brothers, what does it mean to be Rabbany? What does it mean to believe in the Lord of worlds? You should believe that there is no Creator but Allah, and he is a disbeliever whoever believes that anyone other than Allah creates anything out of nonexistence. Therefore, you rarely hear the phrase: “I create” from a believer unlike the disbeliever, and that is because Allah says:

(Were they created by nothing, or were they themselves the creators? Or did they create the heavens and the earth? Nay, but they have no firm Belief.)

[Al Tur, 52:35-36]

It is a rule of thumb if you want to be Rabbany and a believer in the Lord of worlds, that you should be absolutely certain that there is no Creator but Allah, , as everything in this universe indicates His Existence:
In everything He has a sign indicates His Oneness
Dear brothers, Allah says:

(His is the Creation and Commandment. Blessed be Allah, the Lord of the ‘Alamin (mankind, jinns and all that exists)!)

[Al A'raf, 7:54]

It is a common denominator among mankind to believe that there is a Creator of this universe, and the proof is in Allah’s saying:

(If you were to ask them: “Who has created the heavens and the earth and subjected the sun and the moon?” They will surely reply: “Allah.” How then are they deviating (as polytheists and disbelievers)?)

[Al-Ankabut , 29: 61]

Which direction they are oriented to? Which way they are deviating to?
Hence, believing that there is no Creator save Allah is a requirement for being Rabbany and a believer in the Lord of worlds. However, if you were to meet a limited deviated group of people who assume that there is no Lord of the world, then you should certainly know that their claims are out of stubbornness, and the proof is in Allah’s saying:

(and hated to believe in his Message of Monotheism]. So see what was the end of the Mufsidun (disbelievers, disobedient to Allah, evil-doers, liars.)

[Al Naml, 27:14]

Even those who deny Allah’s existence, are doing it to please a party or to collect benefits, but down deep in their subconscious, they believe that there is a Creator of this universe by instinct.

Forth: The Rabbany believes that Allah the only Ruler over this world:

Believing, for certain, that there is neither a possessor nor a ruler over this universe save Allah is another requirement to be Rabbany and a believer in the Lord of worlds, Allah addresses the Master of mankind (Muhammad PBUH) by saying:

(Not for you (O Muhammad, but for Allah) is the decision)

[Al Imran, 3:128]

And Allah says:

(And you (Muhammad) threw not when you did throw but Allah threw)

[Al Anfal, 8:17]

Allah mentioned one of his noble Prophets in the noble Quran by saying:

(So plot against me, all of you, and give me no respite. “I put my trust in Allah, my Lord and your Lord!)

[Hud, 11:55-56]

Now, pay attention to the noble ayah below:

(There is not a moving (living) creature but He has grasp of its forelock.)

[Al Hud, 11:56]

That is the way faith should be, as faith is all about being secured, being in peace, and being at ease, not to mention that faith is about your relation with Allah, about sensing His observation over you, His acquaintance with everything, and his knowledge of the secret and that which is yet more hidden. Allah says:

(And to Allah belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth)

[Al Imran, 3:189]

(And to Allah belongs the Ghaib (unseen) of the heavens and the earth, and to Him return all affairs (for decision). So worship Him (O Muhammad) and put your trust in Him)

[Hud, 11:123]

(To Him belong the keys of the heavens and the earth)

[Az-Zumar, 39:63]

(Not for you (O Muhammad, but for Allah) is the decision)

[Al Imran, 3:128]

(Say (O Muhammad): “I possess no power of benefit or hurt to myself except as Allah wills)

[Al-A'raf, 7:188]

Dear brothers,

Narrated by Abi Tamima Al Hujaimi, that a man from Balhujaim said, I asked the Prophet PBUH: O, Allah’s Messenger, what are you calling for? To which He answered: “I call people to the One Allah, Whom if you invoke when you are in hardship, removes it for you, Whom if you invoke when you are lost in the desert, guides you out of it, Whom if you invoke when you have a bad season, brings forth vegetation” Then I said: Advice me, He said: “Don’t badmouth anyone, and don’t shy away from a good deed, not even from meeting your fellow Muslim with a delightful face, or even being altruist by your own drinking water for the favor of your fellow Muslim, and make your garment not lower than your calf, and if you want it longer then not lower than the ankles, and be ware of lowering your garment further than that, as it will be out of arrogance, and Allah doesn’t like arrogance

[Mentioned in the relic]

O, Allah’s messenger, what are you calling for? To which he answered: “I call people to the One Allah Whom if you invoke when you are in hardship, He removes it for you….

Allah is He who removes your hardship when you invoke him in your adversity.

Whom if you invoke when you are lost in the desert, He guides you out of it, Whom if you invoke when you have a bad season, He brings forth vegetation…

Invoke Him in your sever illness to be cured, invoke Him for your lost object to be found, and for rain in times of drought when you perform Istiska’a Salah (Sunnah prayer to ask Allah for rain) to bring down rain.
He is the Only One who possesses and rules.

Fifth: Allah is the only One in charge of prosperities and adversities:

Believing, for certain, that there is neither an Afflicter nor a Propitious save Allah is a requirement to be Rabbany and a believer in Lord of worlds.
Neither tyranny of oppressors nor the bounty of benefactors should affect your belief that Allah is the only Afflicter and Propitious, which happened to be two of Allah’s attributes: “The Afflicter” and “The Propitious”.
Creed’s scholars don’t prefer mentioning the attribute “The Afflicter” without mentioning the other attribute “The Propitious”, as they should be inseparably mentioned. Allah afflicts to bestow profits, restrains to give, abases to exalt, and humiliates to dignify. Therefore, you should believe, beyond any doubts, that the only Afflicter and Propitious is Allah, hence, Allah says:

(Say (O Muhammad): “Shall we invoke others besides Allah (false deities), that can do us neither good nor harm)

[Al An'am, 6:71]

I ask you to consider the case of someone whose request is in the hands of the manager, do you think he would humiliate himself in front of the manager’s secretary? Would he humiliate himself in front of a small clerk? Won’t He be a foolish if he did so? Same goes with mankind, as their needs are only in Allah’s Hands not in any of His creation’s hands. For that Allah says:

(Say (O Muhammad): “Shall we invoke others besides Allah (false deities), that can do us neither good nor harm)

As for amulets, which most common people believe in, such as a locket around the neck so one won’t die, they are prohibited. The poet said:

O, self, show endurance to those who gloat at you, show that the unknown doesn’t devastate you

Another poet rhymed back by saying:

And when death draws close to someone, you’ll be surprised that no amulet will stop it.

Most cars’ owners use horse’s shoe, baby shoe, old shoe, or a dough as charms to protect their cars. Others are pessimistic of Wednesday, of owl’s hoot, or of a black cat, all of which are pre-Islamic beliefs for which Allah has sent down no authority . Some people consider a person who enters the shop, for example, when their bargains are canceled, as a bad luck. Neither pessimism nor optimism is part of Islam, for everything is ruled by the Divine decree, even if you say: My daughter has poor luck (because she has not got married yet), this is meaningless kind of speech, yet, there is only prosperity and adversity.
Allah says:

(As for him who gives (in charity) and keeps his duty to Allah and fears Him, And believes in Al-Husna. We will make smooth for him the path of ease (goodness). But he who is greedy miser and thinks himself self-sufficient. And gives the lie to Al-Husna We will make smooth for him the path for evil;)

[Al-Layl, 92: 5-10]

Prosperity comes from believing in good deed and in paradise, it comes from refraining from disobeying Allah and from donating from Allah’s boons, in that case, Allah’s response will be to guide this person to what he/she is created for. Whereas, he/she who believes only in this worldly life, does without Allah’s obedience, and builds his life on taking, Allah will make smooth for him/her the path to a devastating end in this worldly life and in the hereafter.
Dear brothers, no one is afflicted with adversity but because of a sin he/she commits. Our Master Ali, May Allah be pleased with him, said:

“Do not fear except of your own sins and do not hold out hope except in Allah”
No affliction descends but because of a sin, and no hardship ascends but because of repentance, and these words are of an inclusive and collective sense. Allah says:

(And verily, if you ask them: “Who created the heavens and the earth?” Surely, they will say: “Allah (has created them).” Say: “Tell me then, the things that you invoke besides Allah, if Allah intended some harm for me, could they remove His harm, or if He (Allah) intended some mercy for me, could they withhold His Mercy?” Say : “Sufficient for me is Allah; in Him those who trust (i.e. believers) must put their trust.”)

[Az-Zumar, 39:38]

The prophet PBUH saw a ring placed on a man’s upper arm and the man justified using it to be protected from a disease, so the Prophet PBUH said:

This ring won’t heal you rather than bringing more illness, so lose it, and be ware of dying before losing it, or else you won’t prosper

“I am using this ring to protect myself from a disease”, so the prophet PBUH said to him:

This ring won’t heal you rather than bringing more illness, so lose it, and be ware of dying before losing it, or else you won’t prosper

Narrated by Zainab the wife of Abd Allah, she said:

Whenever Abd Allah comes to the house from outside and reaches the door, he used to hawk (making hawking sound to alert his family of his coming) so that he wont’ see something he hates to see”, then she continued: “Once, he hawked while there was an old woman in my house using charms for my own protection, so I hide her under the bed, then he stepped in and sat beside me and when he saw a string tied to my neck, he asked me: what is this string? To which I answered: “This is a charm….

Can you imagine a string as a protection? Well let me say more, even Quran won’t protect someone, who is heedless, from Allah’s punishment, so, how about a string? Quran won’t protect you if you don’t abide by its orders

Quran curses sometimes those who recite it (because they don’t abide by it)

He who deemed permissible Quran’s prohibitions does not believe in it.

She said:

He took that string and cut it off saying: “We are, Abdu Allah family, in no need for Shirk (polytheism), as I heard the Prophet PBUH saying: “Spills, charms, and talismans are Shirk (Polytheism)

Horse shoe, blue marble or baby shoe are all part of Shirk (Polytheism).

Abduallah also was in a travel with the Prophet PBUH, he said:

the Prophet ordered us to cut off every locket on camels’ necks (charm lockets)

People in olden days used to put a locket around the camel’s neck so that it won’t get ill or die, and this is out of Shirk.
Those who see good omen in stones, trees, tombs, statues, and idols are disbelievers and it is an act of Shirk.
To clarify, the Ruqya (using Ayahs from Quran for protection or using impermissible spells for protection) is only two kinds: permissible and impermissible, the permissible Ruqya is the one that uses Ayahs from Quran, Allah’s attributes, authenticated supplications which was said by the Prophet PBUH, or putting a written Ayah in the pocket, whereas the impermissible Ruqya is the one that uses abracadabra, ambiguous words, letters and numbers, Ayahs of Quran which are written backward, and hocus pocus.

Narrated by Aof Bin Malek Al Ashja’ee he said:

we use to say spells (Ruqa) in Jahiliyah (pre-Islamic period) so we asked the Prophet PBUH: “O, Prophet of Allah, would you approve such act? To which he said: “That depends on what you say, as anything you say that does not involve in Shirk (Polytheism) is fine”

[Muslim]

Sixth: Rabbany believes that the only law-giver is Allah:

Believing that Allah is the only law-giver is a requirement of being Rabbany and a believer in the Lord of worlds. Who does permit Halal (lawful)? Only Allah does. Who does prohibit Haram (illicit)? Only Allah does. Who does say this is truth? Only Allah does. Who does say this is false? Only Allah does. Who does consider this to be right? Only Allah does. Who does consider this to be wrong? Only Allah does.
I swear by Allah, one of the scholars (who is not a real scholar), who was a speaker in a religious conference, said: “Cutting the hand of the thief is a barbarous behavior that doesn’t adequate to civilization”, Well Allah is saying to you:

(Cut off (from the wrist joint) the (right) hand of the thief, male or female)

[Al Ma’idah, 5:38]

There is deviation in the way of that scholar’s thinking. Allah says:

(Or have they partners with Allah (false gods), who have instituted for them a religion which Allah has not allowed.)

[Ash-Shuara, 26:21]

It is only Allah who says for something Halal or haram, truth or false, and Shirk or not Shirk. The Ayahs in that aspect are so many dear brothers, some of which are the followings:

(Surely, His is the Creation and Commandment. Blessed be Allah, the Lord of the ‘Alamin (mankind, jinns and all that exists)!)

[Al Araf, 7:54]

(And Allah judges, there is none to put back His Judgement)

[Al Ra’d, 13:41]

(and He makes none to share in His Decision and His Rule.)

[Surat Al Kahf, 18:26]

(And We have explained everything (in detail) with full explanation.)

[Al Israa, 17:12]

(And We have sent down to you the Book (the Qur’an) as an exposition of everything)

[An-Nahl, 16:89]

There is a critical point in the following Ayah, Allah says:

(They (Jews and Christians) took their rabbis and their monks to be their lords besides Allah (by obeying them in things which they made lawful or unlawful according to their own desires without being ordered by Allah))

[Surat At-Tawbah, 9:31]

A scholar can’t be law-giver, and he is not allowed to give any word without backing it up with evidence of the authenticity of his word.
It is only the Prophet PBUH among mankind whose words are considered as evidence, and anyone else needs a proof to back up his words no matter how knowledgably he is. A person might say: “I said that, and then you have to obey me (because I merely said so)”without an evidence:
Narrated ‘Ali, May Allah be pleased with him:

The Prophet sent an army unit (for some campaign) and appointed a man from the Ansar as its commander and ordered them (the soldiers) to obey him. (During the campaign) he became angry with them and said, “Didn’t the Prophet order you to obey me?” They said, “Yes.” He said, “I order you to collect wood and make a fire and then throw yourselves into it.” So they collected wood and made a fire, but when they were about to throw themselves into it, they started looking at each other, and some of them said, “We followed the Prophet to escape from the fire. How should we enter it now?” So while they were in that state, the fire extinguished and their commander’s anger abated. The event was mentioned to the Prophet and he said, “If they had entered it (the fire) they would never have come out of it, for obedience is required only in what is good.”

[Agreed upon]

Obedience is required only in what is good, better yet, Allah described disobeying the Prophet PBUH by saying:

(and that they will not disobey you in any Ma’ruf (Islamic Monotheism and all that which Islam ordains))

[Al Mumtahanah, 60:12]

Hence, even disobedience is restricted by Ma’ruf (good deed). We should differentiate between legislative order and regulating order, and when bowmen disobeyed the Prophet PBUH in Uhud battle, they disobeyed a regulating order not a legislative order. Allah says:

(They (Jews and Christians) took their rabbis and their monks to be their lords besides Allah (by obeying them in things which they made lawful or unlawful according to their own desires without being ordered by Allah), and (they also took as their Lord) Messiah, son of Maryam (Mary), while they (Jews and Christians) were commanded [in the Taurat (Torah) and the Injeel (Gospel)) to worship none but One Ilah (God - Allah) La ilaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He) . Praise and glory be to Him, (far above is He) from having the partners they associate (with Him).")

[At-Tawbah, 9 31]

Now listen to the interpretation of the Prophet PBUH to this Ayah:

Adi Ibn Hatim (May Allah be pleased with him) said that he came to the Prophet PBUH wearing a gold cross around his neck. The Prophet PBUH said:
“O ‘Adi! Throw away this idol from yourself.”
Then the Prophet PBUH recited from Surat Bara’a (At-Tawbah):

(They (Jews and Christians) took their rabbis and their monks to be their lords besides Allah (by obeying them in things which they made lawful or unlawful according to their own desires without being ordered by Allah))

He said:

It was not that they worshipped these people, but rather whatever they made permissible for them, they believed it to be permissible and whatever they forbade, they believed to be unlawful.

It is an act or worship to obey a powerful man and disobey Allah. If you said to someone: you are worshiping this man, he would say: I seek refuge with Allah, I am not worshiping him. But you should know if you were ordered by someone to commit a sin, and you committed it, inviting by such an act Allah’s wrath upon you, and if you were ordered by that powerful man to leave a religious duty and you didn’t perform it because you fear him, then you are worshiping him instead of Allah, and this is the definition of worshiping someone, and it will be out of naivety to define it: it is to say: “I worship you”, as no one says so to another person.
Therefore, dear brothers, whoever lays down laws (opposite to Allah’s laws), and whoever accepts laws which are opposite to Allah’s laws, will be included in those who were threatened by Allah.
In some western Muslim families, if a wife has disagreed with her husband over something, she appeals to an American judge not a Muslim one in an Islamic center, why? Because the American law grants her half his possessions, whereas Islamic Share’ (law) grants her dower only, hence, those who appeal to other than Allah’s law are included in His threat.
Allah says:

(And whosoever does not judge by what Allah has revealed, such are the Kafirun (i.e. disbelievers – of a lesser degree as they do not act on Allah’s Laws).)

[Al Ma’idah, 5:44]

Seventh: Rabbany believes that everything is due to the Divine Decree:

Believing that everything is due to the Divine decree is a requirement for being Rabbany and a believer in the Lord of worlds. Pay attention dear brothers, sometimes a single word indicates your disbelief in fate like saying: “If only”, as everything happens, and for a profound wisdom, out of Divine decree.
Anything Allah wants happens, and the Divine decree is related to a profound wisdom which is connected to the absolute goodness.
Everything is created according to the Divine decree, like fate and predestination which provides the human being with peace of mind, because if you look, for example, at those who are not able to have children and who failed to do so even though they tried everything available in science, yet, nothing worked, so they reach the fact that this is fate from Allah.

Eighth: Rabbany believes that Only Allah knows the Unseen:

Dear brothers, believing that Only Allah knows the unseen is a requirement for being Rabbany and a believer in the Lord of the worlds. Accordingly, all kinds of witchcraft, black magic, reading the coffee cup (it is an act of foretelling in Middle East to read the trace map which coffee leaves in the cup), reading fortune, and believing in zodiacs are all acts of Kufr (disbelief).
The Prophet PBUH said:

Whoever goes to a magician or a fortune-teller and believes in what he tells him disbelieves in what has been revealed to Muhammad.

The Salah of he who goes to a soothsayer will not be accepted for forty days. It is only Allah Who knows the unseen:

(And with Him are the keys of the Ghaib (all that is hidden), none knows them but He. And He knows whatever there is in (or on) the earth and in the sea; not a leaf falls, but he knows it. There is not a grain in the darkness of the earth nor anything fresh or dry, but is written in a Clear Record.)

[Al-An'am, 6:59]

When you believe that Only Allah knows the unseen, you will put down million of rootless stories and illusions, Allah says:

(Say: “None in the heavens and the earth knows the Ghaib (unseen) except Allah, nor can they perceive when they shall be resurrected.)

[An-Naml, 27:65]

And in Surat Al Jinn, Allah says:

?”)He Alone) the All-Knower of the Gha’ib (unseen), and He reveals to none His Gha’ib (unseen).)

[Al Jinn, 72:26]

The Prophet said:

The keys of the unseen are five and none knows them but Allah: None knows what is in the womb, but Allah, none knows what will happen tomorrow, but Allah, none knows when it will rain, but Allah, none knows where he will die, but Allah (knows that), and none knows when the Hour will be established (Judgment day), but Allah.

[Bukhari and Ahmad]

But those who say in return: But we are able now to know whether the fetus is male or female, well, this is true, yet Allah says:

(and knows that which is in the wombs)

[Luqman, 31:34]

Allah didn’t say “who”, He said “which”, and that means thousands of genes that only Allah knows how they are going to be in this newborn.
If you believe that the Prophet PBUH knew the unseen, you will corrupt your Aqida (creed), as the Prophet PBUH didn’t know save what Allah taught Him (like the hadith of the day of judgment), but he is human like the rest of us, and this what ranked him high over all mankind, in addition, had the Prophet known the unseen, he would have been acted differently in certain situations.
The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said:

Verily, I am only a human and the claimants bring to me (their disputes); perhaps some of them are more eloquent than others. I judge according to what I hear from them). So, he whom I, by my judgment, (give the undue share) out of the right of a Muslim, I in fact give him a portion of (Hell) Fire

[Al-Bukhari, Muslim, An-Nasaee, Abu Dawood, Ibn Majah, Ahmad, and Malek]

This means that the Prophet didn’t know the unseen unless he was told by Allah, and there are lot of issues Allah told Him about and lot more didn’t tell Him about, because he was only Human, and if not for being a human, He wouldn’t have been the Master of all mankind (as he exalted because of his humane good attributes). Hence, whoever believes that anyone knows the unseen is performing an act of Kufr, and only the Prophet PBUH was told by Allah certain things:

?”)He Alone) the All-Knower of the Gha’ib (unseen), and He reveals to none His Gha’ib (unseen).” Except to a Messenger (from mankind) whom He has chosen (He informs him of unseen as much as He likes))

[Al Jinn, 72:26-27]

Only the Prophet who was informed of certain things, while the rest of human beings don’t know the unseen and only Allah has this knowledge.
Therefore, reading the palm, the sand, the coffee cup, and believing in zodiacs, witchcraft, black magic and foretelling are all acts of Kufr, may Allah protects us from them. Dear brothers, Allah says:

(On the contrary (he would say): Be you Rabbaniyun (learned men of religion who practise what they know and also preach others))

[Al Imran, 3:79]

Hence, that is the creed of the Rabbany, and that is the way he/she acts, and I hope that Allah makes us benefit the knowledge of Aqidah (Islamic creed), as it is the most serious knowledge in Islam, and I ask Allah to guide all of us to know the truth from its origins, which is either Quran or authenticated Sunnah of the Prophet PBUH.

Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds

Translation : Noora Al Sharabi
Auditing : Rana Saraqbi

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