No, we only follower what God sent down by way of inspiration.
Worshipping other Gods and associating partners with God is the largest and most unforgivable sin man can commit.
God's name is God, The Most High, Creator, The Holy, The Highest, etc. All the best names of any language belong to God.
Yes. Women have the same rights as men.
No. Covering your head is found nowhere in the scriptures of God. However, covering your breasts and sexual parts is a command of God.
We believe in all the prophets and messengers, and make no distinction between any of them. They are all brothers of the same faith.
When God guides you to the truth, you will hear and obey. Do good works and don't do evil. The Most High guides good people and leads astray the wicked.
We believe that we cannot limit the Quran to just five things. We must believe in all of it. There is no talk of “5 pillars” in the Quran. Therefore, utilizing the “5 pillar” doctrine limits the wisdom of the people. We fast during the holy month of Ramadan. We believe in Charity. We pray three times a day and extra hourly night prayers. We believe that God handpicks Muslims. The true call to Islam is through the guidance of God. One cannot declare oneself a Muslim by oath. One becomes a Muslim only through practice and obedience. Shahada means nothing without diligence and integrity.
Yes. We keep the Sabbath day holy. However, Jummah is only a day of preparation for the Sabbath. We do not recognize it as a holy day. Friday after the sun goes down is set apart to us because it is the Sabbath.
Yes. We accept support from the seed of Abraham and the darker Hamite tribes. However, we primarily respect linage, and deny access to any wrong doers.
No. Hadiths were written 200+ years after Muhammad's death. They are not scriptures from God. We are only ordered to follow revealed scriptures. The Quran says the Muhammad was given the 7 oft-repeated scriptures and the Quran. We don't believe in hearsay or rumors, as they cause division.
Turks introduced the crescent moon to Islam. It is a symbol of Dina, a false deity. We only believe in and worship God alone, with no associating partners. This is the purest state of Islam.
No. There are many holy spirits according to scriptures. These spirits are angels and ministers of God. God is one God and has no partners. This can be proven in both the Bible and the Quran, as all scriptures have been sent to us by The Most High (God). These scriptures all explain the same things and confirm one another.
We are against homosexuality, as it is a sin according to scripture. We shun it, as well as anyone who openly engages in it. However, if one repents and actively restrains, one can be forgiven. One can still hold God in high regard and pray that The Most High will take away their homosexual desires.
No. We believe that God created Jesus, who was a messenger, prophet, and a man. We stress the importance of the oneness of God, apart from adding partners. We believe that making others equivalent to God is a grave sin according to scriptures, and we avoid doing that. es of if bb��pC�e Quran, as all scriptures have been sent to us by The Most High (God). These scriptures all explain the same things and confirm one another.
The true Israelite are the so-called Negro people, who were scattered to the four corners of the earth. We are Israelites by blood and keeping God's covenant is essential to our existence. Our religion is Islam. We are “Mu-Islam,” which is a person who practices Islam. We don't see a difference between the scriptures of the bible and the Quran, as all scriptures have been sent to us by The Most High (God). These scriptures all explain the same things and confirm one another.
Islam was called “Shalam” before Muhammad, which is the equivalent word in Aramaic and Hebrew. A “Mushlam” is the same as a Muslim. There are the same words in different languages..