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the Name of Allah the Most Gracious, Most Merciful

I testify that there is nothing worthy of worship except the One True God, Allah. All praise is due to Allah, alone. He is unique and has no partners. He, alone, has the right to be worshipped. May peace be upon His noble slave and messenger, Muhammad. And May peace be upon all of His prophets and those who follow the path of righteousness until the Day of Judgement. Ameen.

There are many ways to use this site. It is constructed in such a manner that it reflects my personal journey to becoming a Muslim and as a Muslim. Each one of the links to the left is loaded with information and with links to other sites. The links are often found following the text under the heading "Related Sites". It is recommended that once you use one of the links on this site that you click "Back" to come back and check out what else this site has to offer. If at any point you have a question, a comment, or criticism, please feel free to email me. I intend to create and maintain an index with all of the links present to allow for easier navigation.

An important note: Throughout the webpages you may notice a propensity to use the name Allah rather than "God". Though these terms are often used interchangeably and, in fact, often represent the same One True Creator, I prefer the use of the name Allah simply because it is truer to the One Whom it denotes. Namely, unlike the term "God", Allah cannot be masculine, feminine, lower case, or plural of number. Thus in Arabic, Allah cannot be changed to analogous forms of "God" such as god, goddess, gods, or goddesses. My preference for the name Allah revolves around Islam's uncompromising monotheism.

One Way - An article by Abu Aasiya