Singling Allah out in everything exclusive to Him: His Lordship, His divinity (worship), and His names and attributes; and dissociating oneself from polytheism and its people.
Firm belief and full acknowledgment that Allah Almighty is the Creator of everything and the Sovereign over everything, and the management and regulation of all affairs are referred to Him.
Islam and monotheism.
The path which Allah Almighty established for His servants through His Messenger and made a means that leads to Him by observing His commands, shunning His prohibitions, and believing in whatever He reveals.
"Ta‘tīl": emptying, vacating. It is derived from the word "‘atal", which means emptiness, vacancy, and leaving.
"Ta‘wīdhah": anything that one seeks refuge in. It is derived from "‘awdh", which means: protection, preservation, defense. Other meanings: anything that is believed to protect one from evil.
"Tanjīm": astrology, looking at the stars. It indicates rise and appearance.
"Tanzīh": keeping away and being exalted above deficiencies. It is derived from "nazh", which means: remoteness.
A belief based on the claim that the existence of Allah and the existence of His creation are one and the same.
The attributes that Allah denied for Himself in His Book or through His Messenger, may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him.
Attributes that Allah, the Almighty, negated for Himself in His Book or through His Prophet, may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him; as they do not befit His majesty.
"Al-‘Arsh": king’s chair. Original meaning: highness, elevation. Other meanings: the roof of a house.
"‘Arrāf": hyperbolic form of the word "‘ārif"," which refers to soothsayers, fortune-tellers, and astrologers who claim to have knowledge of the unseen and the future.
"Qunūt": hopelessness, extreme despair. It is derived from "qant", which means prevention. Opposite: hope. Other meanings: giving up hope.
Seeking rain from or attributing rainfall to the stars deducing it from their setting and rising.
A type of magic that is made to endear the woman to her husband and the man to his wife.
Inherent qualities and powers in human beings.
Refers to any celestial body.
A science that defends faith-related beliefs by providing logical proofs without referring to Shariah-approved proofs.
Covering a person's heart to make him heedless of doing what benefits him and abandoning what harms him.
Weakness of the soul and fear in the heart which cause a person to become sad once they are subject to trial.
Doing something precisely and preventing it from being flawed or defective.
A phrase of glorification and exaltation of Allah, the Almighty, which means: glorified and exalted be Allah.
The description of Allah, the Almighty, as being a body.
The Attributes that Allah the Exalted established for Himself in the Qur"an or on the tongue of His Messenger, may Allah"s peace and blessings be upon him, in his Sunnah.
Brining something into being; originating it on no previous model.
What is endless and perpetual.
The sides of the earth with what they contain of occurrences and creatures; and the zones of the heavens and what they contain of marvels and signs.
The setting and disappearance of something.
All creatures existing on the face of the earth.
Making things on no previous model.
Beautiful creation that is made with utmost precision, perfection, and strength.
The existence of something being contingent upon its own existence; either with or without a means.
What is open to existence and non-existence and cannot exist except by the assistance of another, not on its own.
The religion of Allah Almighty, which he chose for His slaves, and the natural disposition with which He created humans.
A state that comes upon the heart and makes one unaware of his thoughts and presence.
Matter that has no specific shape or form and that can take any shape or form.
An attribute that describes the Essence only without any other characteristic.
Two things that cannot exist together at the same time, but both can be non-existent at the same time.
Something that is not visible and has neither a reality nor existence.
Anything that does not have an independent existence, but exists only in another being.
It is the answer to the question "what is it?", which helps one visualize something.
What man does by his own choice to bring about benefit or ward off harm.
Asking a question to form a conception of something or to confirm it.
Two things sharing one meaning.
Originating something after no previous model.
Issues and premises that develop in one's mind without any reason that necessitates acknowledging them.
The divergence between nouns and names.
Infinite matters whose existence depends on the existence of other matters.