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Allāh (الله) is the proper name of God, and humble submission to His Will, Divine Ordinances and Commandments is the pivot of the faith. He is unique (Wāḥid) and inherently one (ʾAḥad), all-merciful and omnipotent.


The Qur'an (القرآن) represents the words of Allāh revealed to Prophet Muhammad, arabic محمد (Peace be upon him) through the archangel Gabriel (جبريل).The Holy Prophet's message transformed the society and moral order of life in the Arabian Peninsula through reorientation of society as regards to identity, world view, and the hierarchy of values.

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The preferred religion

Al-Islam (الإسلام) is the monotheistic and Abrahamic way of life articulated by the Qur'an & by the teachings & the normative example (the Sunnah or سنة & Hadith or حديث‎) of Prophet Muhammad (صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم), the conclusive prophet of Allāh. A person with this belief is a Muslim (مسلم‎).


The Life of Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ)

Sunnahs of Our Prophet Muhammad (SalAllahu alayhi wasalam)

Living the Sunnah is a real manifestation of one's love to God Himself. God says: "Say (O Muhammad), "If you should love Allah , then follow me, [so] Allah will love you and forgive you your sins. And Allah is Forgiving and Merciful." In this great occasion, let's be united over what we agree on. We should faithfully work together for the wellbeing and goodness of all. Let's forget our differences and maintain good values that we all share and work for our common interests. -

Sunnahs of Eating: 

Sit and eat on the floor. 
Spread out a cloth on the floor first before eating. 
Wash both hands up to the wrists. 
Recite "Bismillah wa'la barakatillah' aloud. 
Eat with the right hand. 
Eat from the side that is in front of you. 
If a morsel of food falls down, pick it up, clean it and eat it. 
Do not find fault with the food. 
When eating, sit with either both knees on the ground or one knee raised or both knees raised. 
Clean the plate and other utensils thoroughly after eating.. 
By doing this, the utensils make dua for one's forgiveness. 
Recite dua after eating. (Al hamdu lillahi lazi atamana saqana wo jaalna minal musalamin) 
After meals wash both the hands. 
Eat with three fingers if possible. 
One should not eat very hot food. 
Do not blow on the food. 
After eating one should lick his fingers. 

Sunnahs of drinking:

   A Muslim should drink with the right hand. Shaytaan Drinks with the left hand
Sit and drink. 
Recite "Bismillah" before drinking. 
After drinking say "Alhamdullilah" . 
Drink in 3 breaths removing the utensil from the mouth after each sip. 
Do not drink directly from the jug or bottle. One should pour the contents into a glass first and then drink.

Sunnahs of Sleeping:

  To sleep in the state of Wuzu. 
To make the bed yourself. 
Dust the bed thrice before retiring to bed. 
One should change into some other clothes (e.g.pyjamas ) before going to sleep. 
It is Sunnah to sleep immediately after Isha Salaah . 
To apply surmah in both the eyes. 
To brush the teeth with a miswaak. 
To sleep on the right hand side. 
To sleep with the right palm under the right cheek. 
To keep the knees slightly bent when sleeping. 
To face Qiblah.if possible. 
To recite Surah Mulk, before sleeping. 
To recite Ayatul Kursi . 
To recite Surah Ikhlaas, Surah Falaq and Surah Naas before sleeping 3 times and thereafter blow over the entire body thrice. 
Recite Tasbeeh-e-Fathima before sleeping.(33 Subhan Allah, 33 Alhamdulillah & 34 Allahu Akbar). 
To recite the dua before sleeping. (Allahumma bismika amutu wa ahya) 
To wake up for Tahajjud Salaah .

Sunnahs on Awakening:

On awakening rub the face and the eyes with the palms of the hands in order to remove the effects of sleep. 
Thereafter recite the dua on awakening. (Al hamdu lillahi allazi ahyana badama amatana wo ilaihunushur) 
On awakening cleanse the mouth with a miswaak..

Sunnahs when wearing clothes:

Rasulullah (S.a.w.) loved white Clothing. 
When putting on any garment Rasulallah (S.a.w..) always began with the right limb. 
When removing any garment Rasullallah (S.a.w.) always removed the left limb first. 
Males must wear the pants above the ankles. Females should ensure that their lower garment covers their ankles. 
Males should wear a "topee" or turban. Females must wear scarves at all times. 
When wearing shoes, first wear the right shoe then the left. 
When removing them first remove the left and then The right.

Sunnahs of the Toilet :

Enter the toilet with your head covered. 
To enter the toilet with shoes.. 
Recite the dua before entering the toilet.(Allahumma inni auzbeka minal qubs wal qabaes) 
Enter with the left foot. 
To sit and urinate. One should never urinate whilst Standing. 
To leave the toilet with the right foot. 
To recite the dua after coming out of the toilet ( i.e.. Ghufranaka ) 
One should not face Qiblah or show his back towards the Qiblah. 
Do not speak in the toilet. 
Be very careful of the splashes of urine (being unmindful in this regard causes one to be punished in the grave). 
After relieving oneself, to cleanse oneself using water.

Sunnahs of the Home:

To recite the dua before entering the home. 
To greet those that are in the house with " Assalaamu Alaikum ". Even though it may be your own house. 
To announce ones arrival by coughing, greeting, etc.

Other Sunnahs of High Importance:

Using a miswaak is a great Sunnah of Rasulullah (S.a.w.) One who makes miswaak when making wuzu and thereafter performs salaah will receive 70 times more reward. It will also enable one to easily recite the kalima at the time of death. 
To take a Ghusl bath on a Friday. 
To apply itar (applies to men only).. 
To show mercy to those that are younger than you. 
To respect your elders. 
It is sunnah to ponder over Allah Ta'ala and His Creation. 
For men to keep a beard that is one fist in length. 
To visit a Muslim when he is sick. 
To be good towards ones neighbour. 
To meet a Muslim with a cheerful face. 
To care for the poor and the needy. 
To keep good relations with all your relatives. 
To honour a guest even though he may not be of a very high position. 
To greet all Muslims by saying " Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuhu" . 
To keep the gaze on the ground whilst walking.. 
To speak softly and politely. 
To command people to do good. 
To forbid them from doing evil. 
To carry ones shoes in the left hand. 
To make wuzu at home before going to the Masjid. 
To enter the Masjid with the right foot. 
To leave the Masjid with the left foot. 
To recite some portion of the Quran Shareef daily. 
To be hospitable towards one's guest.... 
To exchange gifts with one another. 
To make dua to Allah Ta'ala for the fulfillment of one's needs in what ever language one desires. 
To consult with one's parents, teachers or elders before doing any work. 
To respect one's parents.

The clear imperative to follow Prophet Mohammad's rulings and decisions can also be seen unambiguously expressed in this verse "But no, by your Lord, they can have no faith, until they make you (O' Muhammad) judge in all disputes between them, and find in themselves no resistance against your decisions, and accept them with full submission" (4:65). This verse clearly illustrates the supremacy of the Holy Prophet's decisions and judgment governing all departments of life - religious, social, economic, political and cultural, etc. Here the Quran establishes Sunnah - Prophet's decision and legal judgments - as irrevocable, not to be challenged or reinterpreted and must be accepted with full submission. The emphasis on the Sunnah is to the point that if one knowingly denies the decrees and judgments of the Holy Prophet, he jeopardizes his faith. 

For a comprehensive list of Sunnah's click here.