Tuesday, December 13, 2011


Shahada (الشهادة), or his beliefs, is a statement of belief in the oneness of God (Allah) and Prophet Muhammad as a messenger. Reciting the Kalima is one of the five pillars of Islam.When sincerely stated aloud, one is officially considered to declare themselves as new followers of Islam.
Arabic text:
لا إله إلا الله محمد رسول الله
Transliteration:LA ILAHA illaLlāhu Mu'ammadun Prophet.Means: "I bear witness that there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is His Messenger"
Shahada Speaking honestly, in Arabic, in the presence of two Muslim witnesses, is sufficient for one person to become a Muslim according to most traditional schools.
Usually أشهد أن phrase 'ašhadu' s = "I testify that there is" added at the beginning of the two Shahada.
Conditions Valid Creed
For someone who is not with Islam professes belief in the liver, then the reserved self, property and lives as Muslims.
Conditions for the validity of the testimony was:
Pronouncement of the order of testimony as stated.Reciting the Kalima both with a row (without other acts and intermittent)Being understood the meaning of both.
Lie to the contrary or contradictory to the purpose of the testimony.
Using the word "asyhadu" (أشهد) on both.There is no doubt or hesitation to both.Right Creed
After a wish for his testimony he should perform the right word.The right word is to be disseminated to those who do not like the word (non-Muslims) to explain to them the purpose of the word is no god but Allah, the Authority no other than God, who gave no benefits and dangers but Allah and Muhammad (saw) is his messenger until they are confident and without coercion of them say the testimony. This is done by the preaching of Muhammad (saw) and his companions before the next order of prayer

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