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There is No God.

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Abdun Nur:
Salaam,

the foundation of Islam is this statement, There is No God, why then do Muslims continue to express belief in a God, have they failed to grasp the concept of God; Allah has no problem with the concept of God, and Allah has asked every Muslim to understand There is No God, before understanding any other idea, the very foundation of Islam, and this foundation is not understood.

If you would like to understand the foundation of Islam, and have a few minutes to spare to remove the Shirk of God, please have a read of the essay in the link below.

http://servantofthelight.com/content/view/7/1/

Wakas:
God bears witness that there is no god but He, as do the controllers, and those with knowledge, He is standing with justice. There is no god but Him, the Noble, the Wise. [3:18]

Elke:
your link is very interesting and expresses a lot of ideas i share. One thing though : your second part of shahada as "wa mohamed rassulu laa". As far as i know it does not exist in quran


a link to a shahada discussion

http://free-minds.org/forum/index.php?topic=10906.15

peace
lk

Rev.John:

--- Quote from: Wakas on September 09, 2009, 05:17:06 AM ---God bears witness that there is no god but He, as do the controllers, and those with knowledge, He is standing with justice. There is no god but Him, the Noble, the Wise. [3:18]

--- End quote ---
:bravo:

progressive1993:
The word 'Allah' is composed of/is a contraction of 'al' and 'illah'

al = the
illah = God

So literally, 'Allah' means 'the God'.

God bears witness (shahida Allahu) that (annahu) there is no god but He (la illaha illa huwa), as do the controllers and those with knowledge.He is standing with justice. There is no god but Him, the Noble, the Wise. (3:18)

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