The first Kalima, known as the Shahada, is the cornerstone of Islamic belief. By bearing witness that “There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is His messenger,” believers affirm their dedication to the oneness of God and the prophethood of Muhammad (peace be upon him).
Reciting the Shahada serves as a constant reminder of the fundamental principles that guide the life of a devout Muslim.
Affirms the oneness of Allah and the finality of the prophethood.
Serves as the gateway to Islam, marking one’s entry into the fold of believers.
Strengthens the believer’s faith and commitment to Islamic principles.
Acts as a source of spiritual guidance in daily life.
Kalima Tamjeed (Declaration of God’s Majesty):
The second Kalima, Tamjeed, emphasizes the magnificence and greatness of Allah. By proclaiming, “Glory be to Allah, and all praise is due to Allah, and there is no god but Allah, and Allah is the Greatest,” believers express their awe and reverence for the Creator.
This declaration instills humility and gratitude in the hearts of those who recite it.
Acknowledges the infinite greatness and majesty of Allah.
Highlights the unparalleled nature of Allah’s attributes.
Fosters a deep sense of humility and gratitude.
Encourages believers to reflect on the greatness of Allah’s creation.
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