This is a short whose author has endeavored to present to us what the Prophet and his companions maintained in the most serious area of faith, which is the area of beliefs. He also explains the ideas of deviant groups, so that everyone has a clear idea.
Muslims perform rituals that you may not understand. They circumambulate around the Kaaba, pray and glorify Allah, fast on a specific month each year.
Here is a very interesting book on the fundamentals of Islamic belief. Its author wrote it in response to the question: "What will the servant be questioned on the day of judgment?
Islam itself, the act of submission, is differentiated into the “five pillars” of Islam; second is iman or belief in God, the prophets, angels, the holy books, the day of judgment, and God’s foreknowledge; third is ihsan, or spiritual virtue to create a deep intimacy with God .
These propellers are the six fundamentals of faith: all six are necessary to ensure that the vehicle of faith travels towards its destination, which is heaven.
The foundation of one’s Islam starts with what is in one’s heart and one’s beliefs.
The second article of faith mentioned by the Prophet (peace be upon him) was belief in the angels. Angels are a type of creation of Allah that is, in general, unseen by man.
Belief in Allah’s books is the third article of faith. It refers to the revelations that Allah sent down to His messengers as a mercy and guidance to lead mankind to success in this life and happiness in the Hereafter.
The next article of faith is belief in Allah’s Messengers. A messenger is any human who was chosen by Allah to receive revelation from Him and who was commanded to pass that revelation on.
The original meaning of the word Qadar is specified measure or amount, whether of quantities or qualities. It has many other usages which branch out from this core. Thus yuqad-dir means, among other things, to measure or decide the quantity, quality, position, etc., of something before you actually make it.
There is no question that there are differences in the outward deeds of humankind. This is a reflection and an aspect of the increase and decrease in faith.
When one first makes the declaration of faith, he has started on the road to being a true Muslim and a true believer. The first step is to cleanse oneself of the clear, major, encompassing form of associating partners with God.