The purpose of this site is to inform about Islam in easy and simple way. It;s still a work in progress so please keep checking back. In the meantime, the below sections are complete:


Islam is based on 8 core beliefs:

  1. Allah
  2. Prophet Muhammad
  3. The Quran
  4. Angels
  5. Predestination
  6. Death
  7. The Day of Judgement
  8. The Afterlife

1. Allah

The creator of the heavens and the Earth

2. Prophet Muhammad

The final messenger from a line of previous messengers and prophets sent by God to mankind.

Teachings of the Prophet (Hadith / Sunnah)

The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ lived his life as an example of the Quran and how practice Islam in daily life as well as show it in our character. The Sunnah (his ...
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Resources to learn more about the Prophet

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Timeline of the Prophet’s Life

570 Birth And Infancy Muhammad ﷺ was born in the year 570 in the town of Mecca, a mountain town in the high desert plateau of western Arabia. His name ...
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Belief in Prophet Muhammad

As a muslim, belief that Muhammad ﷺ was the Messenger of God, and belief in his teachings (the Sunnah) is a crucial part of faith. This sets muslims apart from other ...
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3. Quran

The Holy Book sent by God for all mankind as guidance.

4. Angels

Beings of light created by God to worship him and to watch over us.

5. Predestination

(Qadr in Arabic) Belief that all things happen by the will of God.

6. Death

The end of our life on Earth and our time in the grave.

7. Day of Judgement

(Qiyamah in Arabic) The Last Day where God will judge all mankind.

8. Afterlife

Where we will be sent to live eternally  in either Heaven (Jannah) or Hell (Jahannam) depending on our deeds.


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