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A$ingh
03-14-2007, 05:05 PM
Hy am a Sikh boy..not exactly practising though i wear a bandana and erm i have been interested in Islam but i dont know much about it all my Muslim mates dont seem to be practising and they havent told me anything about their faith, i have been really interested but dont know who to talk to :blind: , are there any ex- Sikhs i can talk to on here who have embraced Islam:rollseyes
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IbnAbdulHakim
03-14-2007, 05:06 PM
PEACE TO THOSE WHO FOLLOW RIGHTEOUS GUIDANCE

and

IMENSE RESPECT TO ANYONE WHO WISHES TO FOLLOW THE TRUTH

and


there is no God worthy of worship besides Allah subhanahu wata'ala, and truelly Muhammad saws is his last and final messenger after all the prophets such as musa(moses), eesa(jesus)
, etc. He was the seal of the prophets, and he perfected the religion.


find out more from fi-sabilillah ;)
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جوري
03-14-2007, 05:48 PM
I think Bro. Hanif revert was a former sikh and now is Muslim..---
May G-D guide you to the path of the righteous!

peace!
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AmarFaisal
03-14-2007, 05:50 PM
May u find the right path
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GreatLoveJesus
03-14-2007, 06:00 PM
Hello,

I do not know of anyone in here who was a former sikh, but I am sure the people on this forum will answer your questions...:)
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NoName55
03-14-2007, 06:07 PM
Originally Posted by A$ingh
interested in Islam but i dont know much about it .............i have been really interested but dont know who to talk to.....................
If you like you could start here >> Frequently Asked Questions << and follow links for detailed info. good luck
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Pk_#2
03-14-2007, 06:09 PM
Peace be upon those who follow guidance,

welcome to Li bro,

May God guide you,

Don't hesistate to ask questions we will try our best to answer (God willing)

Tc :)
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A$ingh
03-15-2007, 12:54 PM
Originally Posted by NoName55
If you like you could start here >> Frequently Asked Questions << and follow links for detailed info. good luck
Wow thanks but i need to chat to someone one on one about converting and family issues, thats why am looking for an ex-Sikh or even ex-Hindu that i can relate to:phew
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swanlake
03-15-2007, 03:23 PM
Hi

Try www.gawaher.com

There are couple of ex-hindus there.
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A$ingh
03-15-2007, 07:14 PM
Erm ok what is the namaaz exactly? how many prays should a Muslim do a day?
Anyone got translationsm im lost lol:rollseyes ,
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vpb
03-15-2007, 07:21 PM
Erm ok what is the namaaz exactly? how many prays should a Muslim do a day?
Anyone got translationsm im lost lol ,
Namaz = Salat = Prayer is the second pillar of the 5 pillars that are in Islam.


1) Salat-ul-Fajr. The morning Prayer

It is the first of the Five obligatory prayers of the day.lt can be performed at any time between the breaking of the dawn till sunrise.

(2) Salat-ul-Zuhr. The noon prayer

Its time begins after the sun declines from its zenith until it is about midway from setting.

(3) Sa la t-ul -Asr. The afernoon prayer

Its time begins soon after the time for Zuhr prayer ends and extends to just before sunset

(4) Salat-ul-Maghrib. The evening prayer

Its time begins just after sunset and extends to a period of an hour and a half.

(5) Salat-ul-lsha. The night prayer.

Its time begins about an hour and a half after sunset and extends to dawn.
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A$ingh
03-15-2007, 07:28 PM
Originally Posted by vpb
Namaz = Salat = Prayer is the second pillar of the 5 pillars that are in Islam.


1) Salat-ul-Fajr. The morning Prayer

It is the first of the Five obligatory prayers of the day.lt can be performed at any time between the breaking of the dawn till sunrise.

(2) Salat-ul-Zuhr. The noon prayer

Its time begins after the sun declines from its zenith until it is about midway from setting.

(3) Sa la t-ul -Asr. The afernoon prayer

Its time begins soon after the time for Zuhr prayer ends and extends to just before sunset

(4) Salat-ul-Maghrib. The evening prayer

Its time begins just after sunset and extends to a period of an hour and a half.

(5) Salat-ul-lsha. The night prayer.

Its time begins about an hour and a half after sunset and extends to dawn.
During these prayers does one recite certain prayers:?
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vpb
03-15-2007, 07:31 PM
During these prayers does one recite certain prayers
well it depends on what position of praying you are, for example if you are on the standing straight position, it is a must that you have to recite Al-Fatiha, the first chapter of the Qur'an...etc.. inshaallah I will find a link that explains the whole prayer thing, or maybe someone else too.
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jet
03-15-2007, 10:43 PM
Originally Posted by A$ingh
During these prayers does one recite certain prayers:?
The prayers are pretty much the same, just different number of rakats (units of prayer)

1 rakat consists of Standing and reciting the first chapter of the quran, al fatiha, which is 7 verses. after that bowing and saying "subhana rabbiyal adheem" 3 times. standing up, then going into prostration and saying "subhana rabbiyal ala" 3 times, sitting up, prostrating again. sitting up. dont know if that makes sense, i didnt include everything in it. but there are many sites and video, books about learning the prayer. http://english.islamway.com/sindex.php?section=prayer
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vpb
03-16-2007, 11:17 AM
A$ingh, the first thing I would recommend you to learn about Tauheed (the Oneness of Allah). but anyways it's up to you :)
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- Qatada -
03-16-2007, 11:19 AM
Hey.


I'm not really sure if this link will be of any help to you, but please check it anyway:

http://sabbir.com/DownloadHalal.html


It's Qur'an in Arabic audio and english translation - verse by verse. Hope it benefits you insha'Allaah [God willing.]


Hope you benefit from these links too insha'Allaah:
http://www.sparklywater.com/sparklywater/downloads.html
http://www.islam.com/salat/salatfinal.html

http://www.bahagia.btinternet.co.uk/
http://muslimconverts.com/prayer/how-to-pray-intro.htm
http://muttaqun.com/prayer/toc.html

How to Pray



Peace.
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Malaikah
03-16-2007, 11:19 AM
:sl:

I am 100% certain there is a guy here who used to be a sikh... his name escapes me at the moment though...
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NoName55
03-16-2007, 11:52 AM
Originally Posted by A$ingh
Wow thanks but i need to chat to someone one on one about converting and family issues, thats why am looking for an ex-Sikh or even ex-Hindu that i can relate to:phew
from what I have seen, I can tell you that you will be beaten up at the very least. as will the imaam who teaches you Shahadah, then a case of kidnapping and forced conversion will be registered against him

If you are serious keep it quite and read up on the subject,
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mariah
03-16-2007, 12:15 PM
Please go to this site:

Islam.com - SalatDemo
Download Salat Movie.
www.islam.com/clk.asp?lc=slt - 3k - Cached - Similar pages
I hope this will help you. I have a friend who was a hindu and had embraced Islam and she is very happy.
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Qurratul Ayn
03-16-2007, 12:19 PM
Peace to all

A$ingh, do not worry you have joined in one of the greatest forums around, all praises be to God, you'll learn loads and hopefully make your mind up, just ask for help and you'll find it! Read books and ask questions to other Muslims (not your friends as they don't seem very practising) and find out, do research and hopefull if God wills, you'll find answers to questions but this site hopefully will benefit you.

Peace to all.
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xx-Asha!!-xx
03-16-2007, 12:19 PM
Originally Posted by A$ingh
Hy am a Sikh boy..not exactly practising though i wear a bandana and erm i have been interested in Islam but i dont know much about it all my Muslim mates dont seem to be practising and they havent told me anything about their faith, i have been really interested but dont know who to talk to :blind: , are there any ex- Sikhs i can talk to on here who have embraced Islam:rollseyes
Luk bruv...wots up...u sound real confusd....awww!!! talk 2 m am a gud therapist but i charge ALOT!!!
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xx-Asha!!-xx
03-16-2007, 12:21 PM
Originally Posted by Qurratul Ayn
Peace to all

A$ingh, do not worry you have joined in one of the greatest forums around, all praises be to God, you'll learn loads and hopefully make your mind up, just ask for help and you'll find it! Read books and ask questions to other Muslims (not your friends as they don't seem very practising) and find out, do research and hopefull if God wills, you'll find answers to questions but this site hopefully will benefit you.

Peace to sll.
I agree wit ur signature....wmn, islam is bare ease:D
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xx-Asha!!-xx
03-16-2007, 12:22 PM
Originally Posted by NoName55
from what I have seen, I can tell you that you will be beaten up at the very least. as will the imaam who teaches you Shahadah, then a case of kidnapping and forced conversion will be registered against him

If you are serious keep it quite and read up on the subject,
Luk bro's dont fi8 it ent gud init....b happy wit one anuda...
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xx-Asha!!-xx
03-16-2007, 12:22 PM
Originally Posted by NoName55
from what I have seen, I can tell you that you will be beaten up at the very least. as will the imaam who teaches you Shahadah, then a case of kidnapping and forced conversion will be registered against him

If you are serious keep it quite and read up on the subject,
bruv i was talkn bout ur signature thang..ma bad!!!
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xx-Asha!!-xx
03-16-2007, 12:24 PM
Originally Posted by Fi_Sabilillah
Hey.


I'm not really sure if this link will be of any help to you, but please check it anyway:

http://sabbir.com/DownloadHalal.html


It's Qur'an in Arabic audio and english translation - verse by verse. Hope it benefits you insha'Allaah [God willing.]


Hope you benefit from these links too insha'Allaah:

http://www.sparklywater.com/sparklywater/downloads.html
http://www.islam.com/salat/salatfinal.html
http://www.bahagia.btinternet.co.uk/prayer1.html
http://muslimconverts.com/prayer/how-to-pray-intro.htm
http://muttaqun.com/prayer/toc.html
How to Pray



Peace.
wots islamic ink? me new:?
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AvarAllahNoor
03-16-2007, 12:26 PM
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ke Fateh

(Pure Ones Belong To God, Victory To God)

May the path you seek bro be fullfilling for you. All the Best!
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mariah
03-16-2007, 12:33 PM
Originally Posted by A$ingh
Hy am a Sikh boy:

If you are really interested in Islam, I know that you have many questions in your head just like me when I embraced Islam 17 years ago. I was a Catholic Christian before, and believe me, it is easy, and if you like it, Allah will make it easy for you. Just ask Him, He can hear you, and see you and and He can grant everything.
I believe that this forum is a good start for you. You can ask your question one by one, believe me you will get a lot of good answers, God willing.
Also if there is a nearby masjid, you can go there and ask, I believe they will welcome you with open arms.
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Bittersteel
03-16-2007, 01:01 PM
err...no offence but don't be evangelical to him.be normal and nice,according to Sikh sources we are out there to convert Sikh girls and boys to Islam in order to increase our population.
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HIJABI***
03-16-2007, 02:46 PM
may allah guide u on the right path :D
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vpb
03-16-2007, 02:51 PM
xx-Asha!!-xx, sis can you try to write english properly cuz it's so hard to read your posts. I'm not saying to write 100% proper english but at least so it can be read easily.

no offence please.
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TABS19
03-16-2007, 03:01 PM
A$ingh

What is it that interest you about Islam? Have you any knowledge on Sikhism?
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Maimunah
03-16-2007, 03:05 PM
peace!!

50 quetsions on islam
Q1 Who is your Rubb? (the Lord,the Creator etc).

A. My Rubb is Allah Who has created me and all that exists. He nourishes me and all creatures by His Bounties.

Q.2. What is your religion?

A. My religion is Islam, which is submission and obedience to the Order oF Allah and His Messenger with love, hope and fear.

Q.3. How did you know Allah?

I know Him by His signs and creation like the day and night; the sun and the moon; the heaven and the earth, and all that is there in and between them.

Q.4. Where is Allah?

A. Allah is above the heavens raised over the Throne and separated from His creatures.

Q.5. Is Allah with us (in person)?

A. Allah is settled over His Mighty Throne, but He is with us by His Knowledge, hearing ,seeing and other attributes. As He said: "Fear not verily! I am with you both hearing and seeing (V,20. :46)

Q.6. Who are the friends of Allah?

A. Those people are the friends of Allah who are pious and righteous, fear Him much abstain from all kinds of sins and perform all kinds of goods, and holdfast to the Qur`an and Sunnah.

Q. 7. How do you worship Allah?

A. I worship Allah in a manner in which all my ibadah is dedicated to Him Alone. I do not ascribe anyone with Him in worship.

Q-8. Why did Allah send Messengers?

A. Allah has sent Messengers so that they call the people to worship Him Alone, not ascribing any partner with Him, and in order that mankind should have no plea against Allah.

Q-9 What is the meaning of Islam ?

A. Islam means i.e. submission to Allah with Tawhid .

Q-10 What are the pillars of Istam?

A.1. Testimony of Faith (There is no true God except Allah and Muhammad is sallalahu aleyhi wasalaam the Messenger of Allah )

2. To establish Salat (prayers).

3. To pay Zakat.

4. To observe Saum (fasting) in Ramadan.

5. Hajj (pilgrimage to the Sacred House) if one can afford the journey.

Q-11 What is Iman?

A. Iman (Faith) means to believe in the heart, to confess by the tongue and to act with the parts of the body.

Q-12 Can there be any variation in Iman?

A. By some words and deeds it may increase and by some words and deeds it may decrease.

Q-13 What do you mean by increase and decrease in Iman?

A- Iman (Faith) increases by obedience to Allah and good deeds while it decreases by sins and evil acts.

Q-14 What are the pillars of Iman (Faith)

A. The pillars of Iman are six i.e. to believe in:

1. Allah.

2. His Angels.

3. His Messengers.

4. His Books.

5. The Last Day.

6. Divine Preordainments good or bad.

Q-15 What is Belief in Allah?

A. The Belief in Allahi is that you should believe that Allah is the Sole Creator Sustainer Provider and the One in Whose Hand is the disposal of all affairs. Everything stands in need of Him, but He stands in need of none. He is the Only One Who is worthy of being worshipped. He has the Best Names and Perfect Attributes.

0-16 Who are the angels?

A. The angels are creatures of light. They are Allah's obedient slaves, they do that which they are commanded and are incapable of disobedience.

Q-17 What do you mean by Belief in the Book and the Messengers?

A. It means that Allah sent the Messengers like Moses, Jesus,Abraham. Noah etc. and sent down the books like the Torah, Injeel, Zaboor (Psalms) etc. to call the people to worship Allah Alone, associating nothing with Him. He sealed (finalized) the Messengers with Prophet Muhammed and abrogated all previous books with the Qur'an. Therefore the worship should be done according to the Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Prophet .

Q-I8 What is meant by Belief in the Last Day?

A. The Belief in the Last Day means to believe that Allah has ordained a fixed term for everything, and a term for this world. He will assuredly raise the dead from their graves and will account for everyone their deeds in this world. On that Day of Resurrection, rewards and punishments will be assigned. Every one will be justly rewarded or punished.

Q-19 What is meant by Belief Preordainment (Qadar)?

A. The Belief in Preordainment (Qadar) means to believe that everything — good or bad — happens or takes place according to what Allah has ordained for it. He has created everything in due proportion.

Q-20 What is the cleaning of "There is no God but Allah"?

A. It means there is no true deity except Allah Alone, Negating all false gods and affirming that Allah is the only true God.

Q-21 What is the meaning of ^Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah"?

A. It means total submission to him in whatever he ordered, and avoiding what he forbade and believing in all those matters he informed us about.

Q-22 What are the conditions of the testimony of Faith?

A. There are seven conditions of the testimony of Faith:

1- Knowledge whick negates ignorance.

2- Certainty which negates doubt.

3- Sincerity and purity of intent which negates Shirk.

4- Truthfulness which negates hypocrisy.

5- Love and devotion which negates disdain of Allah`s religion.

6- Submission which negates disobedince.

7- Acceptance which negates rejection or denial.

Q-23 What is the greatest thing that Allah has enjoined?

A. The greatest thing Allah has enjoined is Tauhid (Monotheism).

Q-24 What is Tauhid (Islamic Monotheism)?

A. Tauhid means declaring Allah to be the only God who deserves to be worshipped in truth and confirming all attributes with which He has qualified Himself or that are attributed to Him by His Messenger .

Q-25 What are the aspects of Tauhid?

A. There are three aspects of Tauhid:

1- Tauhid-ar-Rububiyah.

2- Tauhid-al-Uluhiyah.

3-Tauhid-al-Asma was-Sifat.

Q- 26 What isTauhid-ar-Rububiyah?

A. It is declaring Allah to be One and Unique in His work, Iike creation, sustenance, bringing to life and causing death etc.

Q-27 What is Tauhid-al-Uluhiyah?

A. It is declaring Allah as the Only God to whom all acts worship must be dedicated such salat (prayers), Zakat, Sawm(fasting), supplications vowing etc.

Q-28 What isTauhid-al-Asma was-Sifat?

A. It is an affirmation of all the Divien Names and Attributes of Allah in a manner that

suits His Majesty, as mentioned in the Qur'an and the Sunnah.

Q-29 How would you describe Ibadah(worship)?

A. It is a comprehensive word comprising deeds and words that Allah loves and is pleased with whether manifested or hidden,

Q-30 What are the conditions of Ibadah?

A. There are two conditions of Ibadah:

1. Sincerity to Allah.

2. Submission to Allah's Messenger i.e. to act according to his Sunnah.

Q-31 Write some types of Ibadah.

A. Some types of Ibadah are the prayers, the obligatory charity,

fasting, the pilgrimage, fear of Allah, hope in His Mercy, Seeking His aid. and other acts of worship which Allah has commanded and enjoined.

Q-32 What is the greatest thing Allah has forbidden?

A. The greatest thing Allah has forbidden is Shirk (polytheism).

Q-33 What is polytheism?

A. It means to believe that there is one who shares Allah in His acts i.e. ascribing partners or setting up rivals to Allah in His rights.

Q-34 What are the types of polytheism?

A. There are three types of polytheism:

1. The greater polytheism (Shirk Akbar).

2. The lesser polytheism (Shirk Asghar).

3. The inconspicuous polytheism (Shirk Khafi).

Q-35 What is greater polytheism?

A. The greater polytheism is to devote any form of worship to other than Allah Allah will never forgive one who dies upon Shirk,nor accept his good deeds, and he would be cast out from the folds of Islam.

Q-36 What are the types of greater polytheism?

A. There are four types of greater polytheism:

1- The polytheism in invocation i.e. involving supplications to other than Allah.

2. The polytheism in intentions i.e. purpose and intentions not for the sake of Allah but directed towards other deities.

3, The polytheism in obedience i.e. rendering obedience to any authority against the Order of Allah.

4. The potytheism in love i.e showing love to others which is due to Allah Alone.

Q-37 What is lesser polytheism?

A. The lesser polytheism is Ar-Riya, that means the acts of worship done to gain praise or fame rather than to please Allah, this type of polytheism, however, does not cast the person committing it out of the fold of Islam.

Q-38 What is inconspicuous polytheism?

A. The inconspicuous polytheism implies being dissatisfied with the conditions ordained by Allah.

Q-39 What is the proof of the inconspicuous polytheism?

A.The proof of the above Shirk is the saying of the Prophet "The inconspicuous polytheism is more hidden among this nation than the track of a black ant over a black stone on a dark night" (Musnad Ahmad)

Q-40 What are the types of Kufr (disbelief)?

A. There are two types of Kufr :

1. The majorKufr which cast its people out of Islam,

2. The lessor cr minor Kufr which does not cast the one who commits it out of Islam. It is Kufr of ungratefulness.

Q-41 What are the types of major Kufr?

A. There are five types of major Kufr :

1. The Kufr of denial.

2. The Kufr of arrogance associated with recognition of the truth.

3. The Kufr of doubt.

4-. The Kufr of disregard,

5. The Kufr of hypocrisy.

Q-42 What are the categories of hypocrisy ?

A. There are two categories of hypocrisy:

1. Hypocrisy in Belief.

2. Hypocrisy in deeds and actions.

Q-43 What is the hypocrisy in Belief?

A. Hypocrisy in Belief is of six types:

1. Denial of the Messenger .

2. Denial of the thing with which the Messenger is sent.

3. Hating the Messenger

4.Hating the thing with which the Messenger is sent.

5. Rejoicing at the disgrace of Islam.

6. Disliking the prevalence of Islam.

Q-44 What is the hypocrisy in deeds and actions?

A. The hypocrisy in deeds and actions is of five types:

1- When he speaks, he lies.

2- When he promises., he breaks it.

3. When he is entrusted, he betrays.

4. When he disputes, he acts immorally.

5. When he makes a pact, he makes acts treacherously.

Q-45 Are good deeds accepted (by Allah) with the polytheism?

A. Never! None of the deeds are accepted when mixed with polytheism.

Allah says: " If they had joined in worship others with Allah all that they used to do would have been of no benefit to them" (V.6: 88)

"Verily! Allah forgives not setting up partners in worship with Him, but He forgives whom He pleases sins other than that" '(V.4:116)

Q-46 What are the nullifiers of Islam?

A. The nullifiers of Islam are ten:

1. Polytheism of worship.

2. He who does not believe that the polytheists are disbelievers, or doubts their infidelity or holds their belief to be valid.

3. He who sets up intermediaries between one's self and Allah, supplicating them, trusting them and asking them to intercede on his behalf.

4. He who believes that the guidance of others is more perfect than the Prophet .

5. He who hates anything that the Prophet was sent with.

6. He who denies the religion of the Prophet or ridicules its reward or punishment.

7. Sorcery.

8. Supporting the polytheists against the Muslims.

9. He who believes that some people are exempted from abiding by the Shari`ah as Khidr was exempted by the laws of Musa.

10. Turning away from the religion of Allah by neither learning nor applying it.

Q- 47 What are the three fundamentals that every Muslim must learn?

A. The three fundamentals are:

I, Knowing Your Rubb (the Lord, the Creator, the Sustainer, and the One in Whose Hand is the disposal of all affairs).

2. Knowing your religion (Islam).

3. Knowing your Prophet Muhammad

Q-48 What is Taghut?

A. Everything that is worshipped. or followed or obeyed other than Allah is Taghut.

Q-49 How many Taghut are there and who are their leaders?

A. They are many but their leaders are Five:

Q. 50-Who are the leaders of Taghut ?

A. They are:

1. Satan, may Allah curse him,

2. Anyone who is worshipped with his consent.

3. A person who calls the people to be worshipped instead of Allah.

4. A person who claims the knowledge of Ghaib (unseen, hidden, invisible, absent etc).

5.The ruler who rules by laws other than the law sent down by Allah.


may Allah guide to the true path!!

here to help if u need more info (God willing)

peace
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A$ingh
03-16-2007, 10:08 PM
Originally Posted by TABS19
A$ingh

What is it that interest you about Islam? Have you any knowledge on Sikhism?

I find alot interesting in Islam but i lack alot of knowledge and my Muslim mates dont seem to be bothered about their religion:? in a way. I know quite abit about Sikhism but like i said i need to learn more about Islam before i take my decision, im just lacking knowledge like prayers and stuff.... and questioning things in my life:? ...dont feel Sikhism is the path to me
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- Qatada -
03-16-2007, 10:14 PM
If you got any questions bro, don't be afraid to ask. :)



Peace.
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cali dude
03-19-2007, 03:57 PM
Originally Posted by A$ingh
dont feel Sikhism is the path to me
I don't know why you say so.

LINK REMOVED.
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TABS19
03-19-2007, 04:03 PM
A$ingh

Can you be a bit more specific about why you think Islam is the Path for you and not Sikhism. I'm not going to attack your decision/reasons in anyway, it's just that I was in the same position as you a few months ago.

If your Muslims friends are not religious, how have you learned about Islam?
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Kittygyal
03-19-2007, 05:28 PM
Greetings.
have any questions ask away am all ears :)
Take care
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AvarAllahNoor
03-19-2007, 06:08 PM
Originally Posted by A$ingh
I find alot interesting in Islam but i lack alot of knowledge and my Muslim mates dont seem to be bothered about their religion:? in a way. I know quite abit about Sikhism but like i said i need to learn more about Islam before i take my decision, im just lacking knowledge like prayers and stuff.... and questioning things in my life:? ...dont feel Sikhism is the path to me
That is your perogative. - Do look into Sikhi first, and see the SGGS teachings you'll find it's beautiful and so serene.
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جوري
03-19-2007, 06:11 PM
lol......... I think everyone should leave him alone to decide for himself... Answer his questions and that is it... he has a mind of his own.... beautiful serene and deep and superior aren't an answer to any question they are subjective views...

peace!
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A$ingh
03-21-2007, 06:54 PM
Originally Posted by TABS19
A$ingh

Can you be a bit more specific about why you think Islam is the Path for you and not Sikhism. I'm not going to attack your decision/reasons in anyway, it's just that I was in the same position as you a few months ago.

If your Muslims friends are not religious, how have you learned about Islam?
Partially reading around on my own, could anyone help me with how am supposed to do namaaz:blind: lol am soo confused and am rarely online so:laugh:
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IbnAbdulHakim
03-21-2007, 06:56 PM
Originally Posted by A$ingh
Partially reading around on my own, could anyone help me with how am supposed to do namaaz:blind: lol am soo confused and am rarely online so:laugh:
http://www.muslimaccess.com/audio/index.asp

check it out :) its got a video on how to pray :D
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hissa
03-21-2007, 07:34 PM
Peace A$ingh
Its great that you're interested in Islam, and I'm sure many people on this fourm can help you! But in my opinion, maybe you should learn about the main fundamentals of Islam, and its beliefs before you start learning the steps to prayer.
Good luck and may Allah guide you in the straight path, Insha'Allah.
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sister03
03-21-2007, 09:59 PM
may God guide you on the right path
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