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1.1 "Tauheed" means the Oneness of Almighty Allah.
1.2 Tauheed also tells us that everything on this earth is from One Creator, Almighty Allah.
1.3 Bear in mind that Almighty Allah is the All Knowing, All Wise and All Powerful.
1.4 He is Most Merciful and He is with us all the time. He Sees us but we do not see Him.
1.5 Almighty Allah has neither a partner nor a son. He gives us life and takes it away and to Him we shall all return.
1.6 When you read the Kalimah, you must believe in it with all your heart.
1.7 A Muslim must firmly believe that there is only One Almighty Allah. He must clean his heart of all other thoughts.
1.8 If we look at the world, we will see that everything is working or proceeding without any faults. This is because Almighty Allah is in full control of the whole world.
1.9 If there is more than One Almighty Allah, which there can never be, there should be many problems around us. The sun, the moon, the stars and many things of nature will not operate in a proper manner.
1.10 Everything in the world works according to the Commands of Almighty Allah.
1.11 What happens when you believe in One Almighty Allah and believe that He is watching you all the time?
A. It creates in you self-respect and confidence.
B. It makes you humble and modest.
C. It makes you dutiful and upright.
D. It makes you brave and courageous.
E. It makes you strong and have patience in difficulties.
F. It makes you obey the Commands of Almighty Allah.
1.12 We are Almighty Allah's servants, therefore, our actions and our Imaan (Beliefs) must be the same. 


2.1 Since the beginning of the earth, Almighty Allah sent guidance to people through His special and chosen servants. These special and chosen servants are called "Ambiya" or Prophets.
2.2 The Ambiya of Almighty Allah are all "Masoom" or "sinless." This means that they have always been protected by Almighty Allah and they have never committed any sin.
2.3 The message that all the Ambiya of Almighty Allah used to teach was that "There is no god but Almighty Allah." They also commanded the people to "do good and keep away from evil."
2.4 Why has Almighty Allah sent Ambiya?
Ambiya have been sent to tell us about the future and to teach us the "Siraatul Mustaqeem" or "The Straight Path."
2.5 Do we need guidance from Almighty Allah?
Yes, because we are weak and have no knowledge about the future.
2.6 Almighty Allah has sent His Ambiya to every nation on earth at different times. They were sent to teach us about Almighty Allah and how to worship Him and nobody else.
2.7 According to our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), approximately 124 000 Ambiya came to the world. The Holy Quran mentions the names of 25 of the most famous Ambiya, which are:
2.8 As Muslims, we must believe in and respect all the Ambiya of Almighty Allah.
2.9 Our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the last Prophet of Almighty Allah. He is "Habeebullah" or the most beloved creation of Almighty Allah.
2.10 The first Nabi sent to this world was Sayyiduna Adam (alayhis salaam).
2.11 Whenever we take the name of any Nabi or Angel, we must always say or write in full: "ALAYHIS SALAAM" which means "Upon him be Peace."
2.12 After the name of our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), we must always say or write in full: "SALLAL LAAHU ALAIHI WASALLAM" which means "Peace and Blessings of Almighty Allah be upon him."
2.13 We, as Muslims, are the "Ummah" or "Followers" of our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
2.14 Almighty Allah also calls our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) "Rahmatull Lil Aalameen". That means that our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is a Mercy for all people, creatures, and things in the world. 


3.1 All the Ambiya of Almighty Allah were sent with Books of Guidance to teach and educate the people.
3.2 Many Holy Books were sent by Almighty Allah to the world.
3.3 A Muslim believes in all the Books sent by Almighty Allah.
3.4 The four famous Books are:-
A. TORAH (Old Testament) : sent to Nabi Moosa (alayhis salaam)
B. ZABOOR (Book of Psalms) : sent to Nabi Dawood (alayhis salaam)
C. INJEEL (New Testament) : sent to Nabi 'Isa (alayhis salaam)
D. HOLY QURAN : sent to our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam)
3.5 The Angel, Sayyiduna Jibra'el (alayhis salaam), used to convey Almighty Allah's Message to the Ambiya.
3.6 The Torah, the Zaboor and the Injeel are still found in the world today, but they have been changed by the Jews and the Christians.
3.7 Nothing has changed in the Holy Quran. It is still the same as it came to our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) because Almighty Allah Himself has promised to protect the Holy Quran. 


4.1 Angels are the servants of Almighty Allah.
4.2 They are made from "Noor" or "Light."
4.3 They do not eat, drink or sleep like us.
4.4 They are also "Masoom" or "sinless" like the Ambiya of Almighty Allah.
4.5 They have been given many duties by Almighty Allah. For example:-
a. causing rain,
b. writing our daily actions,
c. attending Islamic functions like Zikr, Moulood-un-Nabi (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), Urs Shareef,
d. sending Durood and Salaams upon our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam),
e. conveying our Durood and Salaams to our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
f. some are in the constant position of Sajdah, Ruku, and Qiyaam and are busy remembering Almighty Allah.
4.6 The Malaa'ikah remember Almighty Allah all the time.
4.7 There are millions of Angels. Only Almighty Allah knows how many Malaa'ikah there are. He has shown their exact numbers to his special servants like the Ambiya (Prophets) and Awliya (Saints) of Almighty Allah.
4.8 There are four famous Angels:-
4.8.1 Sayyiduna Jibra'el (alayhis salaam) conveys Almighty Allah's Message to the Ambiya of Almighty Allah.
4.8.2 Sayyiduna Izra'el (alayhis salaam) takes away the "Rooh" or life of creatures.
4.8.3 Sayyiduna Mika'el (alayhis salaam) is in charge of food and controlling the seasons.
4.8.4 Sayyiduna Israfeel (alayhis salaam) will blow the "Sur" or "horn" on the Day of Qiyaamah.
4.9 The names of a few more Angels are:
4.9.1 Kiraaman Khaatibeen: These Angels stay in the company of each person and record their deeds. The Angel on the right-hand records the person's good deeds. The Angel on the left-hand records the person's bad deeds.
4.9.2 Munkar and Nakeer: These Angels question a person in the Qabar (Grave).
4.9.3 Shahideen: These Angels spend all their time worshipping and praising Almighty Allah. In fact, every Angel is amongst the Shaahideen because every Angel worships and praises Almighty Allah all the time.
4.9.4 Ridwaan: The gate-keeper of Jannah (Paradise).
4.9.5 Maalik: Is in charge of Jahannam (Hell). 


5.1 It is Fard upon every Muslim to believe in the Hereafter (Aakhirah).
5.2 Our life in this world is a test and only for a short period of time.
5.3 We live in this world to prepare for the Aakhirah.
5.4 We have tests and examinations in the school and in the madressah to see who gets good results and who performs poorly. In like manner, Almighty Allah will put us to the test when the world comes to an end. We will be asked questions about how we spent our lives, what good deeds did we do and what bad deeds did we commit. If we pass the test and Almighty Allah is pleased with us we will go into Jannah. But if we fail, we will be thrown into the Fire of Jahannam (Hell).
5.5 To prepare ourselves for the Aakhirah we have to obey the Commands of Almighty Allah and our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
5.6 Those people who will go into Jannah will live forever in happiness, while those who are meant to remain in Hell forever, will be surrounded by punishment. 


6.1 The Holy Quran is the Final Book of Almighty Allah sent to our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
6.2 The Holy Quran is divided into 30 Paras, 114 Surahs and 6236 Ayahs (Verses). The first Surah is Al Faatiha and the last Surah is An Naas.
6.3 The Holy Quran contains the Laws of Almighty Allah.
6.4 The first verse of the Holy Quran was revealed to our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) in the Month of Ramadaan. He was in the Cave of Hira on the mountain, Jabel-e-Noor, near Makkatul Mukarramah.
6.5 The first few verses that were revealed were from Surah Alaq.
6.6 The Holy Quran was revealed over a period of 23 years - 13 years in Makkatul Mukarramah, and 10 years in Madinatul Munawwarah.
6.7 The last verse of the Holy Quran was revealed just before our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) could leave this world.
6.8 The Holy Quran is protected by Almighty Allah.
6.9 No person can produce any Sura or verse of the Holy Quran or even match it.
6.10 The Holy Quran is the only Book of Almighty Allah which has been by-hearted by millions of Muslims. It is the most read book in the world.
6.11 There are 14 Sajdah Ayahs in the Holy Quran. If one hears or reads any of these Ayahs, it becomes Waajib (compulsory) upon the person to perform "Sajdah Tilaawah."
6.12 Surahs which have been revealed when our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) was living in Makkatul Mukarramah are known as "Makki." Those revealed in Madinatul Munawwarah are known as "Madini." 


7.1 Qiyaamah is that day in which everybody and everything will die. At that time only Almighty Allah will be Living.
7.2 Sayyiduna Israfeel (alayhis salaam) will blow the Sur (Horn). The sound will be so loud that everything will fall unconscious and die. After a while, even Sayyiduna Israfeel (alayhis salaam) will fall unconscious and die.
7.3 The Sur (Horn) is a pipe that is shaped like the horn of an animal.
7.4 When will Qiyaamah happen?
This is only known to Almighty Allah and what He has shown to His special servants. All we know is that Qiyaamah will fall on the 10th of Muharram and on a Friday or the Day of Jumma.
7.5 Our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) has also shown us many signs which will occur before Qiyaamah and which will warn us that Qiyaamah is near. Some of these signs are:-
a. People will commit many sins.
b. People will do many Haraam things.
c. People will disrespect their parents.
d. People will follow the Kuffar more instead of the Muslims.
e. People will not be trustworthy. You will not be able to trust people.
f. Muslims will not want to give Zakaah.
g. Islamic knowledge will become less.
h. People will be very greedy and run after the worldly things.
i. Song and dance will become more common.
j. People will wish to live in big houses and ignore the poor people.
k. Foolish people will become leaders.
l. There will be many earthquakes and disasters around the world.
m. Men will dress like women and women will dress like men.
7.6 When everything and everybody dies, Almighty Allah will make Sayyiduna Israfeel (alayhis salaam) come alive. Sayyiduna Israfeel (alayhis salaam) will blow the Sur again and everybody and everything will once more come to life. 


8.1 A person is asked three (3) question in the Qabar (Grave) which are:
(A) MANN RABBUKA (Who is your Lord)? The answer to this question is: ALLAHU RABBI (Almighty Allah is my Lord).
(B) MAA DEENUKA (What is your religion)? The answer to this question is: DEENI AL ISLAM (My religion is Islam).
(C) MAAZAA TAQOOLU FI HAQQI HAAZAR RAJUL (What did you have to say about this man)? The answer to this question is: HUWA RASOOLULLAH (He is the Prophet of Almighty Allah). 
8.2 All these answers will only be given by Muslims. While the Kuffar will not know any of the answers. The Kuffar will answer: "HA HA LAA ADRI" (Ah! What a pity I do not know).
8.3 After these questions have been asked and answered, the Muslims will be rewarded by Almighty Allah, while the Angels of Almighty Allah will arrive to punish the Kuffar. 


9.1 Almighty Allah sent His Ambiya (Prophets) to this world and show the people the "Siraatul Mustaqeem" or "The Straight Path."
9.2 Almighty Allah also sends a special group of people whose duties are to guide the Muslims.
9.3 This special group of people are called the "Awliya Allah" or the "Friends of Almighty Allah."
9.4 A "Wali" or "Friend" of Allah strictly follows the Commands of Almighty Allah and lives the life as shown by our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
9.5 The Awliya Allah are protected by Almighty Allah at all times.
9.6 There are many Awliya Allah in the world. Some have passed away while others are still alive.
9.7 Because they are the special friends of Almighty Allah, we must try to follow what they have said, think about them, love and respect them.
9.8 We must also visit the "Mazaars" or "Blessed Qabars" where these Awliya Allah are resting so that we can receive Almighty Allah's blessings.
9.9 When you visit a Mazaar you must be at your best behaviour. You must not talk and play inside the Mazaar.
9.10 You should recite the Holy Quran and send the Thawaab to the Wali that is buried there. You can also read the Tasbih, Durood Shareef, Naaths, Zikr and other Duas.
9.11 There are Awliya Allah in nearly every country around the world - Arabia, Syria, Turkey, North Africa, India, Pakistan, China, Russia, and many other countries.
9.12 Our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) has said that: "In Shaam (Syria), there are 40 great Awliya (also known as Abdaal), and it is through the Barakah of these pious people that food and rain is received by all people."
9.13 There are four famous "Silsilas" or "Orders" which we can follow. The names of their leaders are also stated:-
9.13.1 QAADERIYAH SILSILA: Shaikh Sayed Abdul Qaadir Jilaani (alaihir rahmah).
9.13.2 CHISTIYAH SILSILA: Shaikh Sayed Mo'inuddeen Hassan Sanjari (alaihir rahmah).
9.13.3 NAQSHBANDIYA SILSILA: Shaikh Sayed Bahaa'udeen Naqshbandi (alaihir rahmah).
9.13.4 SUHRWARDIYAH SILSILA: Shaikh Sayed Shahaabudeen Suharwardi (alaihir rahmah).
9.14 In South Africa there are many famous Awliya Allah. To name but a few:
9.14.1 Shaikh Sayed Ahmed Badsha Peer (alaihir rahmah) - Brook Street Cemetery, Durban.
9.14.2 Shaikh Shah Ghoolam Sufi Saheb (alaihir rahmah) - Riverside, Durban.
9.14.3 Shaikh Shah Goolam Hafiz Sufi (Bhai Jaan) (alaihir rahmah) - 45th Cutting, Sherwood, Durban.
9.14.4 Shaikh Yusuf (alaihir rahmah) - Faure, Cape Town.
9.14.5 Shaikh Noor-um-Mubeen (alaihir rahmah) - Cape Town.
9.15 The Awliya have also been given many powers by Almighty Allah. They are able to perform miracles with the permission of Almighty Allah. Such miracles are called "Karaamat." The miracles of Ambiya are called "Mo'jiza." Our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) has said that: "The miracles of Awliya are valid and genuine."
9.16 We should ask Almighty Allah for whatever we desire by using the name of a certain Wali as a "Wasila" or "Medium" so that we will be able to receive Allah's reward.
9.17 If you hear a person speak bad things about a Wali, then you should keep away from that person. We should not show any disrespect towards a Wali.
9.18 On the Day of Qiyaamah, the Awliya Allah will be given a very great position by Almighty Allah. Through the Blessing and Permission of Almighty Allah they will also assist us.
9.19 All the Awliya Allah and Ambiya of Almighty Allah who have left this world are still alive, even though we cannot see them. This is so because Almighty Allah has made it Haraam upon the earth to touch the bodies of His special Servants.
9.20 The work of all the Awliya Allah are still continuing even though some of them have already left this world. The Imam Ahmed Raza Academy is also named after a great Wali whose name is Hadrat Imam Ahmed Raza Khan Al-Qaderi (alaihir rahmah) who is buried in Bareilly Shareef, India. 


10.1 The "Sahaba" or "Companions" are those chosen servants of Almighty Allah who saw and believed in our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) with Imaan, served him and stayed with him.
10.2 Speaking about His Sahaba, our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) has said that: "My Sahaba are like the stars, whichever one you follow, you will be guided." Therefore, it is Fard upon us to love and respect all the Sahaba.
10.3 Some of the most famous Sahaba were Sayyiduna Abu Bakr Siddique, Sayyiduna Umar Farouk, Sayyiduna Uthman Ghani and Sayyiduna Ali (radi Allahu anhumul ajma'in). These four Sahaba are also called the "Khulafa-e-Rashideen" or "The Rightly Guided Khulafaa" who ruled the Muslim world after our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) passed away.
10.4 There were also 10 special Sahaba that were told of their position in Jannah (Paradise) by our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam). These Sahaba are called the "Asharatul Mubash sharah" or "The Ten Given Good News."
10.5 We must also believe that all the Sahaba are Jannatis. This is so because they loved and respected our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) more than their own lives and sacrificed everything they had for him and for Almighty Allah's Deen.
10.6 You must stay away from those people who speak bad about the Sahaba.
10.7 Our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) loved all his Sahaba and we should also love them.
10.8 After our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) had left this world, many Sahaba went to various parts of the world to teach Islam to the people who had not yet received the Message of Islam. They did "Tableegh" or "Preaching" among the non-Muslims.
10.9 There was also a special group of Sahaba who used to spend all their time learning about Islam. These Sahaba are called "Ashaabus-Suffa" or "People of the Bench."
10.10 Many Sahaba have also been given special titles. Some of them are:-
10.10.1 SAYYIDUSH SHUHADAH (Leader of the Shaheeds): Sayyiduna Hamza (radi Allahu anhu), the uncle of our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
10.10.2 AS SIDDIQUE (The Truthful): Sayyiduna Abu Bakr (radi Allahu anhu).
10.10.3 AL FAROUQ (The Separator of Truth and Falsehood): Sayyiduna Umar (radi Allahu anhu).
10.10.4 GHANI (The Generous) and ZUN NOORAIN (The Possessor of Two Lights): Sayyiduna Uthman Ghani (radi Allahu anhu).
10.10.5 ASADULLAH (The Lion of Allah): Sayyiduna Ali (radi Allahu anhu).
10.10.6 SAIFULLAH (The Sword of Allah): Sayyiduna Khalid bin Walid (radi Allahu anhu).
10.11 We must always make Dua for all the Sahaba.
10.12 The pious wives of our Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) are called "Ummahaatul Mo'mineen" or "The Mothers of the Muslims."