All praise belongs to Allah; we praise Him and seek His help and forgiveness. We seek refuge in
Allah from the evil of our own selves and from our sinful deeds. Whomever Allah guides, there is none to misguide him, and whomever He leads astray,
none can guide him. We bear witness that there is no
god worthy of worship except Allah, alone, and we
bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and
Messenger. We pray to Allah the Almighty to bestow
His peace and blessings upon Prophet Muhammad,
upon his good and pure family, as well as upon all the noble companions and those who follow them in righteousness until the Day of Judgement.
Given the dire need for Islamic studies material
in schools incorporating the subject in English,
Darussalam has endeavored to publish an Islamic
Studies series covering all the grades, from grade one
through grade twelve.
The series will cover all areas of Islamic studies: Tafseer, hadeeth, Tawheed, fiqh, seerah, and general etiquette relating to different areas and situations. Given the importance of authentic Islamic knowledge, every effort has been made to ensure that the material presented in the series is authentic.
Also, given the importance of Arabic Islamic terms,
most of the terms are presented in their original
Arabic script, along with the transliteration and the translation of their meanings. This also applies to
supplications which have to be memorized in their
Arabic from. The aim here is to help the reader read the original text and understand its meaning. Each lesson is followed by exercises covering questions about the lesson.
One striking feature in the series is the colorful artwork used in it that certainly appeals to children. This is certainly bound to attract the young readers’ attention, stimulate them, amuse them as well as educate them.
The series aims to acquaint the student with the teachings of Islam in every aspect: beliefs,
practices and moral conduct. The series, with its unique features, certainly fills a gap in this area which has long been partially neglected.
The present breathtaking work was initiated by
an expert in the field of education, Maulvi Abdul Aziz,
- English literature, who held different posts in the
field including that of Senior Administrative Officer in
the Department of Private Education, Ministry of
Education, Dubai, UAE, from 1 982 to 2002.
The current project also owes its existence in
its present form to a number of people who made
informative suggestions, particularly Al-Arabee Ben
Razzaq, College of Languages and Translation,
Imam Muhammad ibn Saud University, Riyadh, who
undertook the painstaking task of checking the
the authenticity of the material presented in the series,
proofreading the text as well as adding references to
certain quotations from the Qur’an and the hadeeth.
Special thanks also go to Sheikh Abdul-Qawiy
Luqman, Al-Madeenah University graduate, for his
interesting suggestions and to Mr. Zulfiqar
Mahmood who conscientiously applied his expertise
in the field of graphic design to produce the series in
a superb shape.
We pray to Almighty Allah to reward our endeavors and to make the present series abundantly beneficial to students in all stages of education as well as to anyone who reads them.
Allah is One (al-Ahad)
Allah does not need children to help Him.
He does not need anyone to help Him.
Man needs to eat. Man needs to drink.
Man needs to sleep. Man needs to rest.
But Allah does not need to do any of these things.
1-Allah is One.
Allah was not born.
He has no father.
He has no wife.
He is One and Alone.
He has no partner.
He has no need for children to live after Him.
He is the One God.
He will not die.
He has no mother.
He has no children.
Allah is One.
FH/ Allah is One (al-Ahad)
Allah does not drink.
He makes man eat.
He makes a man drink.
Allah does not need to rest.
Sleep does not come to Him
Nothing tires Him.
Allah does not feel sleepy.
Allah does not eat.
Allah is One (al-Ahad)
1-Complete the following sentences :
Allah is …….
He is the One ……..
Allah was not ……….