la ilaha illalah muhammadur rasulullah

la ilaha illalah muhammadur rasulullah

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“IT IS TRUE AND PURE”

Since: Oct 07

Dhaka

#1 Oct 22, 2007
There is no deity but God.

This first translation is made word by word. Here Allah means God, which is a title.
Pagan Arabs were polytheist. God except Allah mentioned always plural in Quran, like in the following verse which shows that pagan Arabs had difficulty to understand a single God, monotheism:
"Has he made gods (all) into one God? Truly this is a strange thing!" (38:5)

This translation doesn't mean that Islam has a distinct Lord,"as claimed by D. Pipes; Because Allah says in Quran:
"Those who believe (in the Qurn), and those who follow the Jewish (scriptures), and the Christians and the Sabians,- any who believe in Allah and the Last Day, and work righteousness, shall have their reward with their Lord; on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve "(2:62)

It doesn't also implies that "Jews and Christians worship a false god" as claimed by D. Pipes.
In the following verse Allah condemns misbehavior of followers of Christianity, although they are supposed to worship Allah.
"From those, too, who call themselves Christians, We did take a covenant, but they forgot a good part of the message that was sent them:..."(5:14)

“IT IS TRUE AND PURE”

Since: Oct 07

Dhaka

#2 Oct 22, 2007
There is no God but Allah.

Here God means Allah, which is a name of God. Allah has 99 names including Allah.
"The Most Beautiful Names belong to ALLAH: so call on him by them:..." (7:180)

Therefore, both translation are correct. All Muslims pray in Arabic saying "La ilaha illallah" five times a day. Non-Arab Muslims don't use their own languages during their prayers.

"Muslims at times agree that God and Allah are different" as written by D. Pipes, doesn't comply with one of pillars of Islam, recognising all messenger including Jesus and Moses, sent by Allah.

Muslims prefer using the name of God in their daily life to praise their God. God wants Muslims call him with beautiful names
(Name/Translation/some relevant verses from the Quran)

“IT IS TRUE AND PURE”

Since: Oct 07

Dhaka

#3 Oct 22, 2007
ALLH Allh (1:1)
AR-RAHMN The Most Compassionate, The Beneficent The Gracious (1:3)
AR-RAHM The Merciful (2:163)
AL-MALIK The King (20:114)
AL-QUDDS The Most Holy (59:23)
AS-SALM The All-Peaceful, The Bestower of peace (59:23)
AL-MU'MIN The Granter of security (59:23)
AL-MUHAYMIN The Protector (59:23)
AL-'AZZ The Mighty (3:6)
AL-JABBR The Compeller (59:23)
AL-MUTAKABBIR Supreme in Greatness, The Majestic (59:23)
AL-KHLIQ The Creator (6:102)
AL-BRI' The Maker (59:24)
AL-MUSAWWIR The Bestower of form, The Shaper (59:24)
AL-GAFFR The Forgiver (20:82)
AL-QAHHR The Subduer (13:16)
AL-WAHHB The Bestower (3:8)
AR-RAZZQ The Provider (51:58)
AL-FATTH The Opener, The Judge (34:26)
AL-'ALM The All-Knowing (2:158)
AL-QBID The Withholder (2:245)
AL-BSIT The Expander (2:245)
AL-KHFID The Abaser
AR-RFI' The Exalter
AL-MU'IZZ The Bestower of honour (3:26)
AL-MUDHILL The Humiliator (3:26)
AS-SAM' The All-Hearing (2:127)
AL-BASR The All-Seeing (4:58)
AL-HAKAM The Judge (22:69)
AL-'ADL The Just, The Equitable
AL-LATF The Gentle, The Knower of subtleties (6:103)
AL-KHABR The All-Aware (6:18)
AL-HALM The Forbearing (2:225)
AL-'AZM The Incomparably Great (2:255)
AL-GAFR The Forgiving (2:173)
ASH-SHAKR The Appreciative (35:30)
AL-'ALIYY The Most High (2:255)
AL-KABR The Most Great (13:9)
AL-HAFZ The Preserver (11:57)
AL-MUGHTH The Sustainer
AL-HASB The Reckoner (4:6)
AL-JALL The Majestic, The Revered, The Sublime
AL-KARM The Generous (27:40)
AR-RAQB The Watchful (4:1)
AL-MUJB The Responsive (11:61)
AL-WSI' The All-Encompassing, The All-Embracing (2:115)
AL-HAKM The Wise (2:129)
AL-WADD The Loving One (11:90)
AL-MAJD The Most Glorious (11:73)
AL-B'ITH The Resurrector (22:7)
ASH-SHAHD The Witness (4:79)
AL-HAQQ The Truth (6:62)
AL-WAKL The Ultimate Trustee, The Disposer of Affairs (3:173)
AL-QAWIYY The Most Strong (22:40)
AL-MATN The Firm One, The Authoritative (51:58)
AL-WALIYY The Protector (3:68)
AL-HAMD The All-Praised, The Praiseworthy (14:1)
AL-MUHS The Reckoner
AL-MUBDI' The Originator (10:4)
AL-MU'D The Restorer to life (10:4)
AL-MUHY The Giver of life (3:156)
AL-MUMT The Causer of death (3:156)
AL-HAYY The Ever-Living (2:255)
AL-QAYYM The Self-Existing by Whom all subsist (2:255)
AL-WJID The Self-Sufficient, The All-Perceiving
AL-MJID The Glorified
AL-WHID The One (2:163)
AS-SAMAD The Eternally Besought (112:2)
AL-QDIR The Omnipotent, The Able (6:65)
AL-MUQTADIR The Powerful (18:45)
AL-MUQADDIM The Expediter
AL- MU'AKHKHIR The Delayer (71:4)
AL-AWWAL The First (57:3)
AL-KHIR The Last (57:3)
AZ-ZHIR The Manifest (57:3)
AL-BTIN The Hidden (57:3)
AL-WL The Governor, The Protector
AL-MUTA'L The Most Exalted (13:9)
AL-BARR The Benign, The Source of All-Goodness (52:28)
AT-TAWWB The Granter and Accepter of repentence (2:37)
AL- MUNTAQIM The Lord of Retribution, The Avenger (32:22)
AL-'AFUWW The Pardoner (4:99)
AR-RA'F The Most Kind, The Clement (3:30)
MLIK-UL-MULK Owner of the Kingdom (3:26)
DHUL JALL WAL IKRM Possessor of Majesty and Honour (55:27)
AL-MUQSIT The Just, The Equitable (3:18)
AL-JME' The Gatherer (3:9)
AL-GHANIYY The All-Sufficient (2:263)
AL-MUGHN The Enricher (9:28)
AL-MNI' The Preventer of harm
AD-DRR The Afflicter
AN-NFI' The Benefiter
AN-NR The Light (24:35)
AL-HD The Guide (25:31)
AL-BAD' The Originator (2:117)
AL-BQ The Everlasting (55:27)
AL-WRITH The Ultimate Inheritor (15:23)
AR-RASHD The Guide
AS-SABR The Patient One

“American infidel”

Since: Sep 07

Saint Petersburg, FL

#4 Oct 22, 2007
Thats not what that says, it says their is no god but allah , proving ILAH not allah is the arabic word for god thuse proving islam is a lie.
Ahmed5

Livingston, UK

#5 Oct 22, 2007
hey OP, get it right, it's:

LA ILAHA ILLALAH MUHAMMADUR RASULULLAH ALIYUN WALI ALLAH

“American infidel”

Since: Sep 07

Saint Petersburg, FL

#6 Oct 22, 2007
Muhammad is not a prophet of god.
Get that right and everything else falls into place and chances are you dont go to hell if you learn how to think.

“IT IS TRUE AND PURE”

Since: Oct 07

Dhaka

#7 Oct 22, 2007
Ahmed5 wrote:
hey OP, get it right, it's:
LA ILAHA ILLALAH MUHAMMADUR RASULULLAH ALIYUN WALI ALLAH
Brother, you are probably from shia community. I didn't want to hurt anybody but as i am from sunni community and we say the shahada as "LA ILAHA.....MUHAMMADUR RASULULLAH"

“IT IS TRUE AND PURE”

Since: Oct 07

Dhaka

#8 Oct 22, 2007
Ahmed5 wrote:
hey OP, get it right, it's:
LA ILAHA ILLALAH MUHAMMADUR RASULULLAH ALIYUN WALI ALLAH
However, we respece Hdrat Ali (R)as one of the four great Chaliphas of ISLAM.

“IT IS TRUE AND PURE”

Since: Oct 07

Dhaka

#9 Oct 22, 2007
However, we respect Hadrat Ali (R)as one of the four great Chaliphas of ISLAM.
need 72 virgins

Fremont, CA

#10 Oct 22, 2007
WHAT EVER..., WHAT EVER....., FALSE PROPHET......MOHOMMAD....., MIXED JEWS AND CHRISTIAN RELIGION TO FORM HIS OWN RELIGION......BLAH..BLAH,,,,BL AH
Ahmed5

Livingston, UK

#12 Oct 22, 2007
Warrior of ISLAM wrote:
<quoted text>
However, we respece Hdrat Ali (R)as one of the four great Chaliphas of ISLAM.
How is not saying the proper shahada respecting Ali(saw)!!!!!!!
Watching in the Wings

Carol Stream, IL

#13 Oct 22, 2007
Warrior of ISLAM wrote:
ALLH Allh (1:1)
AR-RAHMN The Most Compassionate, The Beneficent The Gracious (1:3)
AR-RAHM The Merciful (2:163)
AL-MALIK The King (20:114)
AL-QUDDS The Most Holy (59:23)
AS-SALM The All-Peaceful, The Bestower of peace (59:23)
AL-MU'MIN The Granter of security (59:23)
AL-MUHAYMIN The Protector (59:23)
AL-'AZZ The Mighty (3:6)
AL-JABBR The Compeller (59:23)
AL-MUTAKABBIR Supreme in Greatness, The Majestic (59:23)
AL-KHLIQ The Creator (6:102)
AL-BRI' The Maker (59:24)
AL-MUSAWWIR The Bestower of form, The Shaper (59:24)
AL-GAFFR The Forgiver (20:82)
AL-QAHHR The Subduer (13:16)
AL-WAHHB The Bestower (3:8)
AR-RAZZQ The Provider (51:58)
AL-FATTH The Opener, The Judge (34:26)
AL-'ALM The All-Knowing (2:158)
AL-QBID The Withholder (2:245)
AL-BSIT The Expander (2:245)
AL-KHFID The Abaser
AR-RFI' The Exalter
AL-MU'IZZ The Bestower of honour (3:26)
AL-MUDHILL The Humiliator (3:26)
AS-SAM' The All-Hearing (2:127)
AL-BASR The All-Seeing (4:58)
AL-HAKAM The Judge (22:69)
AL-'ADL The Just, The Equitable
AL-LATF The Gentle, The Knower of subtleties (6:103)
AL-KHABR The All-Aware (6:18)
AL-HALM The Forbearing (2:225)
AL-'AZM The Incomparably Great (2:255)
AL-GAFR The Forgiving (2:173)
ASH-SHAKR The Appreciative (35:30)
AL-'ALIYY The Most High (2:255)
AL-KABR The Most Great (13:9)
AL-HAFZ The Preserver (11:57)
AL-MUGHTH The Sustainer
AL-HASB The Reckoner (4:6)
AL-JALL The Majestic, The Revered, The Sublime
AL-KARM The Generous (27:40)
AR-RAQB The Watchful (4:1)
AL-MUJB The Responsive (11:61)
AL-WSI' The All-Encompassing, The All-Embracing (2:115)
AL-HAKM The Wise (2:129)
AL-WADD The Loving One (11:90)
AL-MAJD The Most Glorious (11:73)
AL-B'ITH The Resurrector (22:7)
ASH-SHAHD The Witness (4:79)
AL-HAQQ The Truth (6:62)
AL-WAKL The Ultimate Trustee, The Disposer of Affairs (3:173)
AL-QAWIYY The Most Strong (22:40)
AL-MATN The Firm One, The Authoritative (51:58)
AL-WALIYY The Protector (3:68)
AL-HAMD The All-Praised, The Praiseworthy (14:1)
AL-MUHS The Reckoner
AL-MUBDI' The Originator (10:4)
AL-MU'D The Restorer to life (10:4)
AL-MUHY The Giver of life (3:156)
AL-MUMT The Causer of death (3:156)
AL-HAYY The Ever-Living (2:255)
AL-QAYYM The Self-Existing by Whom all subsist (2:255)
AL-WJID The Self-Sufficient, The All-Perceiving
AL-MJID The Glorified
AL-WHID The One (2:163)
AS-SAMAD The Eternally Besought (112:2)
AL-QDIR The Omnipotent, The Able (6:65)
AL-MUQTADIR The Powerful (18:45)
AL-MUQADDIM The Expediter
AL- MU'AKHKHIR The Delayer (71:4)
AL-AWWAL The First (57:3)
AL-KHIR The Last (57:3)
AZ-ZHIR The Manifest (57:3)
AL-BTIN The Hidden (57:3)
AL-WL The Governor, The Protector
AL-MUTA'L The Most Exalted (13:9)
AL-BARR The Benign, The Source of All-Goodness (52:28)
AT-TAWWB The Granter and Accepter of repentence (2:37)
AL- MUNTAQIM The Lord of Retribution, The Avenger (32:22)
AL-'AFUWW The Pardoner (4:99)
AR-RA'F The Most Kind, The Clement (3:30)
MLIK-UL-MULK Owner of the Kingdom (3:26)
DHUL JALL WAL IKRM Possessor of Majesty and Honour (55:27)
AL-MUQSIT The Just, The Equitable (3:18)
AL-JME' The Gatherer (3:9)
AL-GHANIYY The All-Sufficient (2:263)
AL-MUGHN The Enricher (9:28)
AL-MNI' The Preventer of harm
AD-DRR The Afflicter
AN-NFI' The Benefiter
AN-NR The Light (24:35)
AL-HD The Guide (25:31)
AL-BAD' The Originator (2:117)
AL-BQ The Everlasting (55:27)
AL-WRITH The Ultimate Inheritor (15:23)
AR-RASHD The Guide
AS-SABR The Patient One
And the 100th name of God, known throughout heaven:

JESUS CHRIST
Truth

Hollywood, FL

#14 Oct 22, 2007
Warrior of ISLAM wrote:
ALLH Allh (1:1)
AR-RAHMN The Most Compassionate, The Beneficent The Gracious (1:3)
...
Are these the revised 100 names or the old ones?

You must know by now that moslems for the last 1400 years were duped by untrue names and they memorize them (per Mohamad request so they can go directly to his heaven); but they missed...
DamnYankee

Turlock, CA

#15 Oct 22, 2007
Warrior of ISLAM wrote:
ALLH Allh (1:1)
AR-RAHMN The Most Compassionate, The Beneficent The Gracious (1:3)
AR-RAHM The Merciful (2:163)
AL-MALIK The King (20:114)
AL-QUDDS The Most Holy (59:23)
AS-SALM The All-Peaceful, The Bestower of peace (59:23)
AL-MU'MIN The Granter of security (59:23)
AL-MUHAYMIN The Protector (59:23)
AL-'AZZ The Mighty (3:6)
AL-JABBR The Compeller (59:23)
AL-MUTAKABBIR Supreme in Greatness, The Majestic (59:23)
AL-KHLIQ The Creator (6:102)
AL-BRI' The Maker (59:24)
AL-MUSAWWIR The Bestower of form, The Shaper (59:24)
AL-GAFFR The Forgiver (20:82)
AL-QAHHR The Subduer (13:16)
AL-WAHHB The Bestower (3:8)
AR-RAZZQ The Provider (51:58)
AL-FATTH The Opener, The Judge (34:26)
AL-'ALM The All-Knowing (2:158)
AL-QBID The Withholder (2:245)
AL-BSIT The Expander (2:245)
AL-KHFID The Abaser
AR-RFI' The Exalter
AL-MU'IZZ The Bestower of honour (3:26)
AL-MUDHILL The Humiliator (3:26)
AS-SAM' The All-Hearing (2:127)
AL-BASR The All-Seeing (4:58)
AL-HAKAM The Judge (22:69)
AL-'ADL The Just, The Equitable
AL-LATF The Gentle, The Knower of subtleties (6:103)
AL-KHABR The All-Aware (6:18)
AL-HALM The Forbearing (2:225)
AL-'AZM The Incomparably Great (2:255)
AL-GAFR The Forgiving (2:173)
ASH-SHAKR The Appreciative (35:30)
AL-'ALIYY The Most High (2:255)
AL-KABR The Most Great (13:9)
AL-HAFZ The Preserver (11:57)
AL-MUGHTH The Sustainer
AL-HASB The Reckoner (4:6)
AL-JALL The Majestic, The Revered, The Sublime
AL-KARM The Generous (27:40)
AR-RAQB The Watchful (4:1)
AL-MUJB The Responsive (11:61)
AL-WSI' The All-Encompassing, The All-Embracing (2:115)
AL-HAKM The Wise (2:129)
AL-WADD The Loving One (11:90)
AL-MAJD The Most Glorious (11:73)
AL-B'ITH The Resurrector (22:7)
ASH-SHAHD The Witness (4:79)
AL-HAQQ The Truth (6:62)
AL-WAKL The Ultimate Trustee, The Disposer of Affairs (3:173)
AL-QAWIYY The Most Strong (22:40)
AL-MATN The Firm One, The Authoritative (51:58)
AL-WALIYY The Protector (3:68)
AL-HAMD The All-Praised, The Praiseworthy (14:1)
AL-MUHS The Reckoner
AL-MUBDI' The Originator (10:4)
AL-MU'D The Restorer to life (10:4)
AL-MUHY The Giver of life (3:156)
AL-MUMT The Causer of death (3:156)
AL-HAYY The Ever-Living (2:255)
AL-QAYYM The Self-Existing by Whom all subsist (2:255)
AL-WJID The Self-Sufficient, The All-Perceiving
AL-MJID The Glorified
AL-WHID The One (2:163)
AS-SAMAD The Eternally Besought (112:2)
AL-QDIR The Omnipotent, The Able (6:65)
AL-MUQTADIR The Powerful (18:45)
AL-MUQADDIM The Expediter
AL- MU'AKHKHIR The Delayer (71:4)
AL-AWWAL The First (57:3)
AL-KHIR The Last (57:3)
AZ-ZHIR The Manifest (57:3)
AL-BTIN The Hidden (57:3)
AL-WL The Governor, The Protector
AL-MUTA'L The Most Exalted (13:9)
AL-BARR The Benign, The Source of All-Goodness (52:28)
AT-TAWWB The Granter and Accepter of repentence (2:37)
AL- MUNTAQIM The Lord of Retribution, The Avenger (32:22)
AL-'AFUWW The Pardoner (4:99)
AR-RA'F The Most Kind, The Clement (3:30)
MLIK-UL-MULK Owner of the Kingdom (3:26)
DHUL JALL WAL IKRM Possessor of Majesty and Honour (55:27)
AL-MUQSIT The Just, The Equitable (3:18)
AL-JME' The Gatherer (3:9)
AL-GHANIYY The All-Sufficient (2:263)
AL-MUGHN The Enricher (9:28)
AL-MNI' The Preventer of harm
AD-DRR The Afflicter
AN-NFI' The Benefiter
AN-NR The Light (24:35)
AL-HD The Guide (25:31)
AL-BAD' The Originator (2:117)
AL-BQ The Everlasting (55:27)
AL-WRITH The Ultimate Inheritor (15:23)
AR-RASHD The Guide
AS-SABR The Patient One
How about:

Devil
Satan
Bel
Balil
Beelzabub
Lucifer

Interestingly enough, there are names for Allah that are the same names for the Devil.
ALI

Australia

#19 Jun 24, 2008
Love for the Masjid
It should be the desire of every Muslim to be in the house of Allah at all times. A Muslim should feel that if he had no commitments, he would have spent his entire time in the Masjid. The heart should always yearn to be in the most beloved place. Any place beloved to Allah will certainly become beloved to that person who has love for Allah. Love for Allah is an essential requisite of Imaan.
In one Hadith, the Holy Prophet stated in another Hadith that the condition of a believer outside the Masjid is that of a fish out of water. A fish obviously has no desire to be out water, and if it is taken out will long to return, and will remain restless for as long as it is out of water. In the same Hadith, the sign of a Munafiq (hypocrite) has been described as a bird in a cage longing to be released from there as soon as possible. A Munafiq anxiously waits for the Salaah or speech to end so he can leave.
The point to reflect upon is that do we feel restless outside the Masjid longing to return to it? And if not then are we not displaying the sign of a Munafiq?
This Hadith encourages us to inculcate love for the Masjid, thereby visiting them frequently and remaining within them as long as possible. It is indeed regrettable to witness that even when we are not preoccupied with necessary commitments, many Muslims, at Salaah times remain seated in their comfortable chairs with their eyes glued to the television, or wondering the streets waiting for the Salaah to be completed.
If they do attend, they will try their utmost best to come late and then leave immediately after Salaah has been completed, only then to hang around outside the Masjid chatting away with friends. Many have become so neglectful that in their haste to leave, they discard the performance of a Sunnah Muakkadah as well.
If however, an inclination to remain in the Masjid does not exist within the heart then it should be created by compelling oneself to come to the Masjid at least ten minutes before the prayer starts and the person should then engage in some form of Ibaadah until the prayer starts.
If one finds it difficult to come any earlier then one should try their utmost to spend time after Salaah, moreover it would also be beneficial to participate in the regular lessons of the Holy Qur'an or Hadith or similar Islamic lectures that take place in the Masjid.
The benefits of visiting the Masjid are numerous. The Holy Prophet has said the he who purifies himself in his house and then walks to one of the houses of Allah for performing an obligatory act, one step of his will wipe out his sins and another step will exalt his status in paradise. Subhanallah!
May Allah first give me the ability to act upon the Hadith and spend more time in the Masjid and create more love for the Masjid and may He also give you the ability. Ameen...
Muslim_girl

London, UK

#20 Aug 8, 2008
Why do you muslims share your Islamic knowledge to ignorant people? Why waste your time?

I have just read a few insults to our religion and to be honest you non-muslims that have commented can think what you like because you don't know any better, you hold a lock on your hearts.

All i gota say is, to you your religion, and to me mine. Lets keep it that way.
Submitter

Liverpool, UK

#21 Aug 8, 2008
Muslim_girl wrote:
Why do you muslims share your Islamic knowledge to ignorant people? Why waste your time?
I have just read a few insults to our religion and to be honest you non-muslims that have commented can think what you like because you don't know any better, you hold a lock on your hearts.
All i gota say is, to you your religion, and to me mine. Lets keep it that way.
Follow true Islam, Not the perverted sunni sect.

visit submission.org
Proud Black Muslimah

Carlsbad, NM

#23 Aug 8, 2008
Muslim_girl wrote:
Why do you muslims share your Islamic knowledge to ignorant people? Why waste your time?
I have just read a few insults to our religion and to be honest you non-muslims that have commented can think what you like because you don't know any better, you hold a lock on your hearts.
All i gota say is, to you your religion, and to me mine. Lets keep it that way.
w/salaam sister, You are abssolutely correct. We as Muslims should be focusing on the postings by other Muslims here on this forum and not wasting our time with the hate mongers. I've learned that personally, and it's so much easier to enjoy the forum and learn from the intelligent posts by simply ignoring the hateful postings. Thank you for reminding us of this.
Proud Black Muslimah

Carlsbad, NM

#26 Aug 8, 2008
Alen wrote:
<quoted text>
Peace,
Respectfully.
I agree, we should focus on glorifying God and praise Him day and night, we need to make sure we do as much good deeds as humanly possible.
We have to pray to God, we have to read The Quran and do good deeds. We have to be thankful to God AllMighty for all the blessing He has given us.
Peace.
True, I believe that I once posted to you on the power that prayer had in my life in response to a posting that you posted on your prayers being answered. Allah is Great!
Proud Black Muslimah

Carlsbad, NM

#28 Aug 8, 2008
Alen wrote:
Peace,
Respectfully.
Allah Hears and Sees ALL.
He answers prayers.
AlhamdilAllah.
Thank God.
Peace.
That is very true. I need to be more patient and trusting in prayer. These days I spend much time crying because of difficulties trying to get a loved one's immigration papers approved. I need to focus more fervently in prayer rather than allow myself to be overcome by emotion.

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