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The First Pillar: Shahadah

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on 11 February 2011

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Transcript of The First Pillar: Shahadah

Shahadah What is the Shahadah? Shahadah is the profession of faith. As an expression of faith, Muslims repeat the phrase, “ There is no god but God, and Muhammad is the messenger of God.” :The First Pillar Allah According to Muslims, Allah is god. In the first part of the Shahadah, Muslims affirm monotheism. As well as Christians and Jews, Muslims believe in only one god. In the second part of the Shahadah, Muslims identify Muhammad as a messenger of god. The Shahadah is meant to for people to not just believe in god but also pledge their submission to Him. Relation to Christians and Jews Christians, Jews, and Muslims have one main thing in common: they all believe in one god. Angels & Judgement in Islam Muslims believe that there is an unseen world of angels and other beings. Sometimes angels would reveal themselves to prophets but mainly they would watch over and record the deeds of each human. Muslims believe every soul will eventually face judgment. God will weight their actions and they will either be sent to heaven of hell. Thanks For Watching Quiz Questions 1. Q: What phrase did Muslims repeat over and over in their heads? 1. A: "There is no god but God, and Muhammad is the messenger of God." 2. Q: Who is Allah? 2. A: God 3. Q: What do Muslims believe about angels? 3. A:That they observe deeds of humans and decide whether they go to heaven or hell. 4. Q: What does the first part of the Shahadah state? 4. A: That there is one god.
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