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The Shahadah

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Becca Handelaar

on 8 November 2013

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Transcript of The Shahadah

What does Shahadah mean?
‘Shahadah’ is the first pillar of Islam, which means faith. It is an open declaration to tell the community that you believe that there is nothing worthy of worship, apart from Allah and that Muhammad is His final Messenger.
What do Muslims Say?
The complete statement of the creed of the Muslim is this:
"Ash-shadu anna Laa elaha illa lah. Ash-shadu anna Muhammadar Rasoolulah."
It means i bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah and I bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and messenger.
What Do The Muslims Do For The Shahadah?
In particular the Muslims will:
Repeat Shahadah as many times each day between getting up in the morning and going to bed at night.
Whisper it into the ear of their new-born baby.
THE SHAHADAH
What Is The Shahadah?
The Shahadah is the Musilm declaration of faith in Allah. It is the pillar on which all the others are based. Without it the other pillars would mean nothing. Muslims believe that, 'There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger'.

When a person can say the Shahadah and mean it totally in their hearts they are a true Muslim. A Muslim would of said Shahadah over 100 times in their life.
Teach it to their children as soon as they are old enough to learn it.
Hope that it will be the last words to cross their lips before they die.
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