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Shahadah is the first pillar of Islam. It is the basic belief of the Muslims. It is essential for a Muslim to declare from the core of his heart: "There is no god, but Almighty God (Allah), Who is the Sole Creator, Sustainer, Provider, and Ruler of all the worlds, having no parents, no off-spring, no Son, No Associate whatsoever. He and He deserves worship. Hazrat Muhammad )SAW) is the last Prophet of Islam.

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"Shahadah" is the pillar of Islam, prayer


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shahadah means truthfully reciting the Muslim profession and faith and also worshiping the one and only god Allah and his messenger Muhammad.


Shahadah is the basic, the most essential pillar of Islam on which all the other beliefs of Islam are dependent. There is No God but only ONE Almighty God (Allah) having No Partner, No Son, No Parents, No Associate whatsoever. He and ONLY He deserves worship


Shahadah is an Arabic word that means witnessing or testimony. It is the first pillar of the 5 Islam pillars. Shahadah is witnessing that No god except one and only one God (Allah), the Creator, and that Muhammad is His messenger. Refer to the related question below for more information.


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The first pillar is shahadah, "creed" "faith". The second pillar is salat, the five prayers daily prayers. The third is zakat, the tax to the poor. The fourth is sawm, fasting on Ramadan. The fifth pillar is the Hajj pilgrimage for those who are able.


Shahadah is an Arabic word that means witnessing or testimony. It is the first pillar of the 5 Islam pillars. Shahadah is witnessing that No god except one and only one God (Allah), the Creator, and that Muhammad is His messenger. Refer to the related question below for more information. The word Shahada stands also for witness in front of legal courts.


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The shahadah is repeated daily by some Muslims, as a declaration of faith. The shahadah is the first of the Five Pillars of Islam.


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It is not necessary to write Shahadah or any other Kalma in a mosque. Shahadah is written in books or it is taught by parents to their children. Anyhow, Shahadah may be found written on the inner walls of the mosque.


The Shahadah can take place in the mosque but it is not necessary. I annonced the Shahadah Alone in my bedroom because I feel that Shahadah is between ones self and God alone. Once I said my Shahadah I then started annoncing to people in my life what I had accomplished. Islam is the true religion and I feel blessed that I have the privliage of being of the Musslims.


The 'shahadah' is the statement of faith by Muslims: that there is no god but God and that Muhammed (PBUH) is His messenger.


The most important (1st) is Shahadah because its the declaration of faith and all other pillars build up on that. 2nd? I have no idea but it could be Salah coz its the 2nd pillar!


Not just morning and night, but five times a day. To do so is a "pillar of the faith," along with paying zakat, fasting for Ramadan, pilgrimaging to Mecca, and occasionally going on jihad.


Shahadah or belief in the ONENESS of Almighty Allah is the Fundamental belief of Islam. All good deeds stand null and void if belief in Shahadah is forgotten.


that is very simple the answer is yes


The First pillar of Islam deals with the concept of believing in ONE God and how not to believe. The first pillar of Islam sets Islam way apart from Christianity and Hinduism. A distinct line is drawn between monotheistic believes and polytheistic believes. Here Judaism and Islam share the same believes. The first pillar is also the foundation for the other pillars that follow. Additional to the first pillar is the believe in an inevitable Judgement day, the concept of Angels and jinn, the concept of prophets and messengers, the Quran as a holy book from God (Allah) and the idea of a paradise and hell. Once the Person have a firm grasp on this first pillar, then he is already considered a muslim. And a it will be impossible to convert to a believe system other than Islam. ____________________________________________________________ In addition to the above that I fully agree upon, the shahadah learns Muslims to ask support and Guidance only from Allah and teaches him/her to be obedient to the commands of Allah and His prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Refer to question below.



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