Kamloops Islamic Association

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2805 Highway 5A South, P. O. Box 279, Knutsford—Kamloops, BC V0E 2A0

(250) 572-2280          E-Mail: admin@ayeshamosque.com         

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Ayesha Mosque

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Allah     Ar-Rahmaan     Ar-Raheem     Al-Malik     Al-Quddoos     Al-Mu'min     Al-Muhaimin     Al-Azeez     Al-Jabbaar     Al-Mutakabbir     Al-Khaaliq     Al-Bari'     Al-Musawwir     Al-Ghaffaar     Al-Qahhaar     Al-Wahhaab     Al-Razzaaq     Al-Fattaah     Al-^Aleem     Al-Qaabid     Al-Baasit     Al-Khaafid     Ar-Raafi^     Al-Mu^iz     Al-Muthil     As-Samee^     Al-Baseer     Al-Hakam     Al-^Adl     Al-Lateef     Al-Khabeer     Al-Haleem     Al-^Azeem     Al-Ghafoor     Ash-Shakoor     Al-^Aliyy     Al-Kabeer     Al-Hafeez     Al-Muqeet     Al-Haseeb     Aj-Jaleel     Al-Kareem     Ar-Raqeeb     Al-Mujeeb     Al-Wasi^     Al-Hakeem     Al-Wadood     Al-Majeed    Al-Ba^ith     Ash-Shaheed     Al-Haqq     Al-Wakeel     Al-Qawiyy     Al-Mateen     Al-Waliyy     Al-Hameed     Al-Muhsee     Al-Mubdi'     Al-Mu^eed     Al-Muhyi     Al-Mumeet     Al-Hayy     Al-Qayyoom     Al-Waajid     Al-Ahad      As-Samad     Al-Qaadir     Al-Muqtadir     Al-Muqaddim     Al-Mu'akh-khir     Al-'Awwal     Al-'Akhir     Az-Zaahir     Al-Baatin     Al-Walee     Al-Muta ali     Al-Barr     At-Tawwaab     Al-Muntaqim     Al-Afuww     Ar-Ra'uf      Malik Al-Mulk     Thul-Jalali wal-Ikram     Al-Muqsit     Aj-Jaami     Al-Ghaniyy     Al-Mughni     Al-Maani     Ad-Daarr     An-Nafi    An-Noor     Al-Haadi     Al-Badi     Al-Baaqi     Al-Waarith     Ar-Rasheed      As-Saboor
Allah     Ar-Rahmaan     Ar-Raheem     Al-Malik     Al-Quddoos     Al-Mu'min     Al-Muhaimin     Al-Azeez     Al-Jabbaar     Al-Mutakabbir     Al-Khaaliq     Al-Bari'     Al-Musawwir     Al-Ghaffaar     Al-Qahhaar     Al-Wahhaab     Al-Razzaaq     Al-Fattaah     Al-^Aleem     Al-Qaabid     Al-Baasit     Al-Khaafid     Ar-Raafi^     Al-Mu^iz     Al-Muthil     As-Samee^     Al-Baseer     Al-Hakam     Al-^Adl     Al-Lateef     Al-Khabeer     Al-Haleem     Al-^Azeem     Al-Ghafoor     Ash-Shakoor     Al-^Aliyy     Al-Kabeer     Al-Hafeez     Al-Muqeet     Al-Haseeb     Aj-Jaleel     Al-Kareem     Ar-Raqeeb     Al-Mujeeb     Al-Wasi^     Al-Hakeem     Al-Wadood     Al-Majeed    Al-Ba^ith     Ash-Shaheed     Al-Haqq     Al-Wakeel     Al-Qawiyy     Al-Mateen     Al-Waliyy     Al-Hameed     Al-Muhsee     Al-Mubdi'     Al-Mu^eed     Al-Muhyi     Al-Mumeet     Al-Hayy     Al-Qayyoom     Al-Waajid     Al-Ahad      As-Samad     Al-Qaadir     Al-Muqtadir     Al-Muqaddim     Al-Mu'akh-khir     Al-'Awwal     Al-'Akhir     Az-Zaahir     Al-Baatin     Al-Walee     Al-Muta ali     Al-Barr     At-Tawwaab     Al-Muntaqim     Al-Afuww     Ar-Ra'uf      Malik Al-Mulk     Thul-Jalali wal-Ikram     Al-Muqsit     Aj-Jaami     Al-Ghaniyy     Al-Mughni     Al-Maani     Ad-Daarr     An-Nafi    An-Noor     Al-Haadi     Al-Badi     Al-Baaqi     Al-Waarith     Ar-Rasheed      As-Saboor
IQRA BISMI

Pentagon: Sha’hada
(Testimony)
Pentagon: Salaah 
(5 Prayers)
Pentagon: Saum (Fasting)
Pentagon: Zakaah (Charity)
Pentagon: Hajj (Pilgrimage)

Evidence for the Truth of Islam

 

The Quran is the literal word of God, which He revealed to His Prophet Muhammad through the Angel Gabriel.

It was memorized by Muhammad, who then dictated it to his Companions.  They, in turn, memorized it, wrote it down, and reviewed it with the Prophet Muhammad.

 

The Prophet reviewed the Quran with the Angel Gabriel once each year and twice in the last year of his life. 

From the time the Quran was revealed, until this day, there has always been a huge number of Muslims who have memorized all of the Quran, letter by letter. Not one letter of the Quran has been changed over the centuries.

 

The Quran, which was revealed 14 centuries ago, mentioned facts only recently discovered or proven by scientists.  This proves without doubt that the Quran must be the literal word of God, revealed to the Prophet Muhammad , and that the Quran was not authored by Muhammad  or by any other human being. 

 

Detailed Declaration of Iman (Faith):

 

Iman is an Arabic term translated as belief or faith and is used to refer to the strength of sincerity in a Muslim. It constitutes the Seven Articles of faith which are delineated along with the Five Pillars of Islam.

 

I have faith in:

1. Allah,

2. His Angels,

3. His Books,

4. His Messengers,

5. Day of Judgement,

6. That all good/bad and fate are from Almighty Allah

7. Resurrection after death.

 

Faith in Allah means that He is known by His Names and attributes and I accept all His commands.

Hajj: The name for the pilgrimage to Makkah is an obligation only for those who are physically and financially able to do so. Nevertheless, over three million people go to Makkah each year from every corner of the globe providing a unique opportunity for those of different nations to meet one another.

 

The 'Five Pillars' of Islam are the foundation of Muslim life:

 

Sha’hada: The name for the testimony that “There is none worthy of worship except Allah (God) and Muhammad (PBUH) is the messenger of Allah”. The significance of this declaration is the belief that the only purpose of life is to serve and obey God, and this is achieved through the teachings of Qur’an and Sunnah (practices of the Last Prophet, Muhammad, PBUH).

 

Salaah: The name for the obligatory prayers that are performed five times a day, and are a direct link between the worshipper and Allah. There is no hierarchical authority in Islam and there are no priests. Prayers are led by a learned person who knows the Qur'an and is generally chosen by the congregation.

Prayers are said at dawn, mid-day, late-afternoon, sunset and nightfall, and thus determine the rhythm of the entire day.

 

Saum: The name for the obligatory fasting that every year in the month of Ramadan all Muslims fast from dawn until sundown--abstaining from food, drink, and sexual relations with their spouses.

Those who are sick, elderly, or on a journey, and women who are menstruating, pregnant or nursing, are permitted to break the fast and  make up an equal number of days later in the year if they are healthy and able

 

Zakaah: The name for the financial obligation, charity. An important principle of Islam is that everything belongs to God, and that wealth is therefore held by human beings in trust. The word Zakaah means both "purification" and "growth." Our possessions are purified by setting aside a proportion for those in need and for the society in general. Like the pruning of plants, this cutting back balances and encourages new growth.