Islam beliefs and practices

The concept of religious beliefs and Islamic practices:

Religious beliefs can generally be defined as the constants that man embraces and lives in accordance with its principles, regardless of the type of religion he owes, and the majority of religions in the world are centred on the subject of a particular God, believing in him to follow and save him, and always associated The religious beliefs of nature in many religions, that is, the interpretation of natural phenomena old before the existence of modern science, as it is associated with the thought of the existence of a god of the universe, the idea of the genesis of the universe, as it is referred to by the public in general, and religious beliefs can affect the human in his life and affect his actions, so human would be affected by his religion and act through his religion thoughts. It can be said that human ignorance of natural phenomena, in addition to the constant ignorance of the issue of the genesis of the universe and the human instinct, which tends to sound morals and to renounce all negative behaviors, all this was the reason for the emergence of religious beliefs that came to answer the existential questions that He touched the mind of man, to regulate his whole life, and to guide the noble ideas and human values of the heavenly religions that are accepted and sought to be achieved with the most welcome

The concept of freedom of religious belief in Islam:The question arises as to whether Islam has recognized freedom of belief for people, but in reality Islam does not recognize freedom of belief in faith at all, but orders people to abide by good and good faith that would call for good morals and renounce all behaviours The negative that the human soul does not accept, in addition to the fact that Islam requires the human being to unite God and sincerity in worship to him, and to abide by this worship with full conviction, the greatest sins is shirk and disbelief, said exalted in Sura al-nesaa :

36 Worship Allah, and ascribe no partners to Him, {al-nisa 4}

also allah said in sura al-esraa

23 Your Lord has commanded that you worship none but Him {al-esraa 27}

All these Qur’anic verses call for believing in God alone and not compromising on the subject of Allah is only one and beliving in that, and this is what the prophetic Sunnah has also called for, as the prophet always mentioned that there is no god except Allah and that we all have to believe in that also Islam ordered us to follow 5 pillars and gave us the rules that we should follow in our life for example

Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, “He who believes in Allah and the Last Day let him not harm his neighbour; and he who believes in Allah and the Last Day let him show hospitality to his guest; and he who believes in Allah and the Last Day let him speak good or remain silent”.
Arabic/English book reference
 : Book 1, Hadith 308

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so the prophet said the orders here and made it related to the main concept of Islam which is believes in Allah


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