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Anatomical Islam: The Highway to Heaven..................................................................................................................................2


Imaan & Amal Portfolio.................................................................................................................................................................3
Types of Imaan.............................................................................................................................................................................4
Iman-e-mujmal..........................................................................................................................................................................4
Iman-e-mufssal.........................................................................................................................................................................4
Types of Kalimah..........................................................................................................................................................................4

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Anatomical Islam: The Highway to Heaven

Islam

Imaan: Theory Amal: Practice

Allah (faith and trust, confidence,


Tabligh: Dawah
acknowledgement, submission)

Tahara: Cleanliness
Malaaika: Angels

Elmul Quran or Tilawat and Swalat


Heavenly Kutbs: Heavenly Books

Zakat: Charity
Rasuls: Prophets

Sawm: Abstinence
Qiyaamah and the day of judgement

Taqdir: Khair and Sharr are decided Hajj


by Allah

Life after death: Jannat and Jihad: Personal struggle for hallal way
Jahannam of life or dawah
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Imaan & Amal Portfolio


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Types of Imaan

Iman-e-mujmal

Amantu billahi kama huwa bi’asma’ihi wa ahkamihi


"I believe in Allah as He is by His Names and His Attributes and I submit to all His Commands "

Iman-e-mufssal

Amantu billahi wa mala-ikatihi wa kutubihi wa rusulihi wa bil yaumil aakhiri wal qadri khayrihi wa sharrihi minallahi ta-a'la wal ba-si ba-’dal ma-uti haqq

" I affirm my faith in Allah and His Angles, His Books and His Messengers And in Last of the Days (the day of Judgment) And in the Divine Decree to good and evil
And that coming back to life after death is true."

Types of Kalimah

"La ilaha illallah". (There is no god but Allah).


This phrase is the bedrock of Islam. The belief in the oneness of God is called Tawhid and it is a prerequisite for being a Muslim. Tawhid is to believe that Allah is one
and there is none like Him; He has no partner; He neither begets nor is He begotten; He is indivisible in person; He is eternal; He is infinite; He has neither beginning
nor end; He is All-Mighty, the All-Knowing, the All-Just, the Cherisher of all worlds, the Patron, the Guide, the Helper, the Merciful, the Compassionate, etc.

"La ilaha illallahu Muhammadur rasulullah". (There is no god but Allah; Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.)
This phrase is the first principle of Islam. There are two parts of this declaration: (1) La ilaha illallah, (Tawhid) and (2)Muhammadur rasulullah. (Risalah). The belief in
Tawhid shapes and influences the entire course of our life. Risalah is the channel of communicaton between Allah and mankind.

"Kalimatush Shahadat" (Declaration of Evidence)


"Ashhadu an la ilaha ill Allahu wa ashhadu anna Muhammadan abduhu wa rasuluh." (I bear witness that there is no deity but Allah, and I bear witness that
Muhammad is His Servant and Apostle.) OR

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"Ashhadu an la ilaha ill Allahu wahdahu la sharika lahu wa ashhadu anna Muhammadan abduhu wa rasuluh." (I bear witness that there is no deity but Allah, Who is
without partner, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His Servant and Apostle.)

There are four other forms of Declaration of Faith. They are:

"Kalimatut Tamjeed" (Declaration of the Glory of Allah)


"Subhanallahi walhamdulillahiwa la ilaha illallahu wallahu Akbar. Wa la haula wa la quwwata illa billahil aliyyil Azeem." (Glory be to Allah and praise: there is no deity
but Allah; Allah is Most Great; there is no power no might but from Allah the Most High, the Great.)

"Kalimatut Tawhid." (Declaration of Oneness of Allah.)


"La ilaha illallahu wahdahu la sharika lahu, lahul mulku wa lahul hamdu, Yuhyi wa Yumeetu, biyadihil khairu, wa huwa 'ala kulli shai-in Qadeer." (There is none worthy
of worship but Allah: He is One and has no partner; His is the Kingdom [of the whole universe] and unto Him is due all Praise; He gives life and He causes death: In
His hand is all good, and He has power over all things.

"Kalimatu Raddil-kufr." (Declaration of the Refutation of Disbelief.)


"Allahumma inni aoozu bika min an ushrika bika shai'an wa ana a'lamu wa astaghfiruka lima la a'lamu innaka anta 'Allam ul-ghuyoobi tubtu 'anhu wa tabar-r'atu'an
kulli deenin siwa deen il-Islami wa aslamtu wa aqoolu la ilaha ill-Allahu Muhammad ur rasulullah." (O Allah! verily do I seek refuge in Thee from associating any
partner with Thee knowingly; I beseech Thy forgiveness for the sins which I am not aware of; verily, Thou art the Best Knower of all secrets. I repent for all the sins
and make myself proof against all teachings except the teachings of Islam. I have entered the fold of Islam, and I hereby declare:- There is no deity but Allah and
Muhammad is the Apostle of Allah.)

"Al Imanul Mufassal." (Declaration of Faith in Detail)


"Amantu billahi wa mala'ikatihi, wa kutubihi, wa rusulihi, wal yawmil akhiri, wal qadri khairihi wa sharrihi minallahi ta'ala, wal ba'thi ba'dal mawt." (I believe in Allah, in
His angels, in His books, in His messengers, in the Last Day [Day of Judgement] and in the fact that everything good or bad is decided by Allah the Almighty, and in
the life-after-death.)