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The Islamic Ideology

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The core Islamic Ideology is that there is no god but Allah[1]. Only He is the Giver of the Supreme Law (Lahu-al-Hukm) [2]. Only He has the Ultimate Sovereignty (Lahu-al-Mulk) [3]  and only He has the Ultimate Authority to be submissively obeyed, worshiped and adored (Lahu-ad-Deen) [4] (FaAbudoohu) [5].  All manmade laws must be consistent with His Supreme Law and all human authorities must be subordinate to His Divine Authority. Allah has no partners in His Supreme Legislative Authority (al-hukm)[6], in His Ultimate Sovereignty (al-mulk) [7] or in His Ultimate Authority to be submissively obeyed, worshiped and adored (ibadat) [8].

لَهُ الْحُكْمُ ; لَهُ الْمُلْكُ ; لَهُ الدِّينَ



[1] Al-Quran Surah 20: Verse 98; Surah 2: Verse 163; Surah 2: Verse 163, Surah 3: Verse 18, Surah 6: Verses 102, 106; Surah 7: Verse 158; Surah 9: Verse 31; Surah 11: Verse 14; Surah 13: Verse 30 Surah 23: Verse 116; Surah 28: Verse 88; Surah 35: Verse 3; Surah 39: Verse 6; Surah 40: Verse 3; Surah 40: Verse 62;  Surah 40: Verse 65;  Surah 44: Verse 8; Surah 59: Verses 22-23; Surah 73: Verse 9; Surah 2: Verse 255; Surah 3: Verse 2; Surah 3: Verse 6; Surah 4: Verse 87; Surah 9: Verse 129; Surah 20: Verse 8; Surah 27: Verse 26; Surah 28: Verse 70; Surah 64: Verse 13; Surah 114: Verse 3

[2]  Al-Quran Surah 28: Verse 70, Surah 28: Verse 88

[3] Al-Quran Surah 39: Verse 6

[4]  Al-Quran Surah 40: Verse 65

[5] Al-Quran Surah 6: Verse 102

[6] Al-Quran Surah 18: Verse 26

[7] Al-Quran Surah 17: Verse 111; Surah 25: Verse 2

[8] Al-Quran Surah 18:Verse 110

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