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Please Tell Your Friends About islam

Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem

(In the name of Allah, the most Beneficient, the most Merciful)

La-illallahu Muhammadur Rasulullah
It means
: there is no god but Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (Sm) is His Apostle.

Significance: The very basis of Tawhid is Kalima Tayyiba. While explaining this Kalima we find its three parts.

First Part:
La-ilaha no one deserves worship. The kalmia starts with the negation, because of any likes to put any pure or holy thing in a pot, he purifies the pot and removes the things first so that the pure thing may not be polluted. When the Prophet (Sm) started preaching Islam, the Arabs have polluted their soul with Shirk partnership whith Allah and worshiping their visionary gods and goddesses, that is why their souls have been purified from pollution with this negative term.

Second Part:
illallah, that is except Allah. Whith this the existence of one and o9nly Allah is confirmed. And this belief is established in the soul and mind. The heart of a believer is the seat of Allah. There is no room in the heart of a believer except the existence of Allah. He is one and alone. He has no partner. A believer worships Him only. He never bows his head down to any to anyone except Allah. He never serves anyone except Him.

Third Part:
muhammadur Rasulullah. With this a believer accepts the Prophethood of Muhammad (Sm). To believe in the Prophethood of Muhammad (Sm) is essential for the belief in Allah. He, who has no belief in Allah has no belief in the Prophethood of Muhammad (Sm)_. Because revelation of Allah comes to the Prophet and Allah is known to all through the Prophet.

Thus, Kalima Tayyiba- “La ilaha illallahu Muhammadur Rasulullah”. This basic message of Tawhid has bought a revolutionary change in the minds of the people. And the purpose of this revolution is to bring the people to the adoration of one Allah from the worship of more than One Allah.

We shall correctly recite Kalima Tayyiba, belief in it sincerely and shall led our lives accordingly. i