Belief in Allah, the Almighty, constitutes the central stage in the structural formation of Islamic religion. With it, one who wants to embrace Islam, begins his journey towards the world of Islam.
Because of its remarkable importance, we will discuss this topic first. However, in order to fully understand, we place a few subtopics and study their different aspects along with their authentic sources.


Allah, the Almighty, is one, and the only one, as He says through His beloved Prophet Muhammed (Peace be upon him)

(O, beloved Prophet say, He is Allah, The One and only)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 112, Verse:1]

Denying the existence of any other God except Him, the Holy Quran says;

(Allah, there is no deity except Him )
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 2, Verse: 255]

His unity is not questionable in any direction. He has no co-partner in His entity, attributes, or actions. Making this clear, Almighty Allah warns us from associating anyone with him
(And worship Allah, and do not associate anyone with him…)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 4, Verse: 36]

After this strong warning, if anyone dares to associate someone with Allah, the Almighty, he or she will be accounted for and will not be forgiven
(Undoubtedly, Allah does not forgive that partners should be set up with Him; but he forgives anything else, to whomsoever he pleases)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 4, Verse: 48]


He is existent and can never be nonexistent; His beginning is eternal and everlastingly abiding; not subject to an end. Pointing to it, Allah, The Exalted says;
(All that is on earth is to perish. And there is abiding forever is the entity of your Lord, full of majesty and Honors)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 55, Verse: 26, 27]

Allah is not born of anyone, and no one was born of him. Along with this, He is independent and carefree
(Allah, the independent, carefree. He begot none; nor was he begotten)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 112, Verse: 2, 3]

In another verse, refuting statements were made by non-believers about Him, He says
(And they say, Allah has taken unto Himself a son; sanctity is for Him)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 2, Verse: 116]

Allah, the supreme, is ever awake and no sleep comes to Him. He does not get tired and no fatigue comes to Him
(Slumber seizes Him not, nor sleep)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 2, Verse: 255]


Allah, the Exalted, has created us and created the whole world. He also arranged its contents in a logical manner
(Most Gracious, it is He who taught the Quran. He created human)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 55, Verse: 1, 2, 3]

(He to whom belongs the dominion of the heavens and the Earth, no son has He begotten, nor has He a partner in His kingdom. It is He who created them in due proportion)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 25, Verse: 2]

Allah, the omniscient, is Ever knowledgeable. He has the perfect knowledge of all things, hidden or open, the small and the great.
(And Allah knows what you disclose and what you conceal)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 24, Verse: 29]

Allah, the supreme, is the Lord of everything He has a free hand in the disposal of all affairs. No one has the right to interfere in His decision and He does not need a helper or supporter for His business.
(Allah does what He desires)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 22, Verse: 14]

He not only accepts the repentance of His servants, rather He wants us to ask His forgiveness.
( The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “On the last third part of every night, our Lord, the Exalted, descends to the nearest heaven and says, “Is there anyone to invoke Me that I respond to his invocation? Is there anyone to ask Me that I grant his request? Is there anyone asking My forgiveness so that I may forgive him?”)
[Bukhari: Imam Muhammed Bin Ismael Bukhari, Vol: 3, Page: 454]

It is He who grants life or death according to His will. He grants honor to anyone He desires and disgrace to anyone He wishes
(And Allah gives life and causes death, and Allah is watching your actions)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 3, Verse: 156]

(And you exalt whom you please and disgrace whom you want; in your hand is all-good. )
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 3, Verse: 26]

Allah, the Exalted, has fullest command on everything that corresponds to His Majesty. Actions that may denigrate Him, can never be done by Him. Such as, creating another God, or telling lies, etc
(Verily, Allah can do everything)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 2, Verse: 20]

Indeed, Allah, the Exalted, is Ever Seeing, Ever Hearing, Ever Loving, Ever Vanquishing, Ever Invigorate, Ever Wise, but, none of these attributes resembles those of human beingsā€¦Therefore, those attributes require material organs, must be explained in the way that appropriately express His magnificence. Such as, “Hand of Allah,” means the “Power of Allah.”
(Nothing is like Him)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 42, Verse:11]

It is Allah, who provides foods, drinks, and whatever we need to survive in this world. And, He also arranges means of life for His living creations.
(Eat of what Allah has provided for you and do not follow the foot-step of devil, undoubtedly, he is your open enemy)
[Holy Quran, Chapter: 6, Verse: 143]