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Who are Muslims
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Who are Muslims

Nitin Gaurav Srivastava is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Nitin Gaurav Srivastava
NLUite, Lawyer, Blogger, Director, Freelance Writer, Editor, Content Creator, Educator.

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  1. Who Are Muslims

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  3. Muslims, for the purpose of the application of Muslim law, fall into the two categories: A) Muslims by birth B) Muslims by religion or conversion ( person who profess Islam or persons who undergo the formal ceremony of conversion) According to Shariat, even if one of the parents is a Muslim, the child will be Muslim. It has been seen that under Hindu law if one of thee parents is a Hindu and the other is Muslim, and if the child is brought up as a Hindu, the child will be Hindu.

  4. Religion taught by the Prophet Mohammad is Islam, which is the last revealed religion. The word islam'in Arabic means submission to the will of God; the establishment of peace. Mohammed identified himself as a simple human being sent by God as his Prophet to the people. He preached equality among human beings and the brotherhood of man.He died in 632 A.D Religion of Islam is essentially monotheistic ( Similar to Jews and Christians). In Islam, laws are inter mixed with religion. The originator of the modern theory of Islamic law is Ignaz Goldziher.

  5. To profess Islam' implies that he acknowledges that there is but one God and that Mohammed is His Prophet. "La ilaha ill l lah Muhammad ur Rasul Allah" It is not necessary that he should observe any particular rites or ceremonies, or be an orthodox believer in that religion. It is sufficient if he professes the Mohemedan religion in the sense that he accepts the unity of God and the prophetic character of Mohammed.

  6. Sources of Muslim Law COMING UP EXT