Q & A

Salam Islam | 05/16/2016 - 14:37
Q : Do Muslims believe in the Hereafter? Click to view answer
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Belief in the Hereafter is one of the Islamic axioms required of a Muslim in order to complete his faith. Muslims believe that the present life is a temporary one and only a trial preparation for the next realm of existence.
But the Day of Judgment will be the beginning of a life that will never end. On that day, all people will be resurrected and held accountable for their deeds and beliefs, and those with good deeds will be rewarded and those with wrong will be punished accordingly.
Salam Islam | 05/16/2016 - 14:35
Q : Does Allah answer our prayers? Click to view answer
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Yes, all our prayers are surely answered. “When My servants ask you about Me, [tell them that] I am indeed rearmost. I answer the supplicant's call when he calls Me. So let them respond to Me, and let them have faith in Me, so that they may fare rightly” (2:186). But the answers are sometimes not exactly what we have asked for, since we do not know whether our wish is beneficial for us or not. However, if we do not get the very same thing, God certainly substitutes it with something better or gives us the awards and results of our prayer in the hereafter.
Salam Islam | 05/16/2016 - 14:32
Q : Can there be Prophets after Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)? Click to view answer
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Quran clearly affirms that God has completed His divine mission through Prophet Muhammad (PBUH); so the chain of prophethood has come to an end by him. According to this fundamental belief, anyone who now claims to be a Prophet of God should be viewed as an impostor, whose claim is contrary to the teachings of Islam :“Muhammad is not the father of any man among you, but he is the Apostle of Allah and the Seal of the Prophets, and Allah has knowledge of all things” (33:40).
Salam Islam | 05/16/2016 - 14:30
Q : Who is Muhammad (PBUH)? Click to view answer
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Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is the last Messenger of God sent by Him to restore Islam, which Muslims believe to be the original monotheistic faith of the previous messengers (including Adam, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and others), and to guide humanity to the right way. Born in Mecca in 570 CE, Muhammad (PBUH) grew up as an orphan: his father died before he was born, and his mother died when he was only six years old. Long before he was chosen by God as His final messenger, at the age of forty, his status was so high in the eyes of his fellows that they nicknamed him al-Ameen (the Trustworthy).
He is the Muslims’ highest role model and they try to follow in his footsteps in all of their actions.
Salam Islam | 05/16/2016 - 14:23
Q : What is the purpose of worship in Islam? Click to view answer
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The worship of Allah elevates the soul of man. In fact, all forms worship, if performed correctly and just for pleasing Allah, would be means to make us reach and get connected to total perfection and that is Allah.


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