Outline of Islam

Islam is an Abrahamic monotheistic religion teaching that there is only one God (Allah)[1] and that Muhammad is a messenger of God.[2][3]

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Islam.

Beliefs[edit]

Aqidah[edit]

Allah
God in Islam
Tawhid, Oneness of God
Repentance in Islam
Islamic views on sin
Shirk, Partnership and Idolatory
Haram
Kufr
Bid‘ah

Sunni / Ibadi / Ahmadiyya

Shia Twelvers

Shia Ismaili

Prophets[edit]

Part of a series on
Muhammad
Muhammad circular symbol

Scripture[edit]

Denominational specifics[edit]

Practice[edit]

Denominational specifics[edit]

Schools and branches[edit]

Islam by country Sunni Shias      Ibadi
Distribution of Sunni and Shia branches of Islamic schools of jurisprudence

Philosophy[edit]

Theology[edit]

Law[edit]

The supernatural in Islam[edit]

Islamic Concept of God
God in Islam
Names of God in Islam
Allah
The Light before the Material World
Nūr (Islam)
Muhammad in Islam
Al-Insān al-Kāmil
Holy Spirit in Islam
Miracles
Islamic view of miracles
Quran and miracles
Challenge of the Quran
Miracles of Muhammad
The Angels
Angels in Islam
Archangel
Gabriel
Michael (archangel)
Azrael
Israfil, Raphael (archangel)
Seraph
Cherub
Mu'aqqibat, Hafaza, The Guardian angels
Recording angel
Munkar and Nakir
Nāzi'āt and Nāshiṭāt
Artiya'il
Ishim (angel)
Riḍwan
Harut and Marut
Maalik
Zabaniyya
Darda'il
Kiraman Katibin
Jannah
Alam al Jabarut
Illiyin
Beings and Forces in Quran and Authentic Hadith
Jinn
Sura Al-Jinn
Exorcism in Islam
Ful-filling Fard
Preventing Major Sins
Removing Haram objects from body and Home
Destroying suspicious magical items, Ta'wiz, Talisman, Amulet
Stop giving information to suspects, Fortune-tellers, Magicians
Al-Baqarah
Al-Baqara 255 also called, Ayatul Kursi, "The Verse of the Throne"
Al-Ikhlas
Al-Mu'awwidhatayn
Al-Falaq
Al-Nas
Adhan
Evil eye
Hatif
Solomon in Islam
Marid
Magic (paranormal)
Malakut
Ifrit
Qalb
Death and Human spirit
Barzakh
Islamic view of death
Rūḥ
Nafs
Jannah
Alam al Jabarut
Illiyin
Fallen Angels, Demons and Hell
Fallen angel
Iblis
Samum (Islam)
Shaitan
Azazel
Maalik
Zabaniyya
As-Sirāt
Sijjin
Zaqqum
Jahannam
Qareen
Asmodeus
Al-Masih ad-Dajjal
Beings and Forces of Fairy-tales not found in Quran or authentic Hadith
Hinn (mythology)
Peri
Falak (Arabian legend)

Islamic Mythology[edit]

Adam in Islam
Akhirah
Al-Safa and Al-Marwah
Azazel
Azrael
Barzakh
Beast of the Earth
Biblical and Quranic narratives
Biblical figures in Islamic tradition
Black Standard
Black Stone
Cain and Abel in Islam
Crescent
Darda'il
Devil (Islam)
Dhul-Qarnayn
Dome of the Rock
Foundation Stone
Gabriel
Gog and Magog
Green in Islam
Hafaza
Hajj
Harut and Marut
Hateem
Holy Spirit (Islam)
Ishmael in Islam
Islamic eschatology
Islamic flags
Islamic view of angels
Islamic view of Jesus' death
Isra and Mi'raj
Israfil
Jahannam
Jannah
Jesus in Ahmadiyya Islam
Jesus in Islam
Kaaba
Khidr
Kiraman Katibin
Kiswah
Maalik
Mahdi
Mary in Islam
Masih ad-Dajjal
Michael (archangel)
Moses in Islam
Mu'aqqibat
Munkar and Nakir
Noah in Islam
Queen of Sheba
Raphael (archangel)
Recording angel
Ridwan (name)
Rub el Hizb
Sarah
Satan
Solomon in Islam
Star and crescent
Symbols of Islam
Tawaf
The Occultation
Well of Souls
Zamzam Well
Zaqqum

History[edit]

Timeline of 6th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 7th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 8th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 9th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 10th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 11th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 12th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 13th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 14th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 15th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 16th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 17th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 18th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 19th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 20th-century Muslim history
Timeline of 21st-century Muslim history

History of Islam by topic[edit]

Society[edit]

Places[edit]


Culture[edit]

Politics[edit]

Muslim world[edit]

The Muslim population of the world map by percentage of each country, according to the Pew Forum (assessed on 29 June 2014).

People[edit]

Key religious figures[edit]

Prophets and messengers in the Qur'an
Name Prophet Messenger Ulul'Azm Book Sent to Law (Sharia) Judeo-Christian Equivalent Chronological Order
Harun [4] Aaron 15
Ibrahim [5] [6] [7] Scrolls of Abraham[8] The people of Ibrahim[9] [10] Abraham 6
Adam/Aadam [11] Adam 1
Da'ud [12] Zabur (Psalms)[13] David 17
Ilias [12] [14] The people of Elias[15] Elijah 19
Alyasa [12] Elisha 20
Idris [16] Enoch 2
Dhul-Kifl [17] Ezekiel 16
Hud [18] [18] ʿĀd[19] Eber 4
Is'haq [20] Isaac 9
Isma'il [21] [21] Ishmael 8
Yaqub [20] Jacob 10
Shuaib [22] [22] Midian[23] Jethro 13
Isa [24] [25] [26][27] Injil (Gospel)[28] The people of Israel[29] [10] Jesus 24
Ayyub [30] Job 12
Yahya [31] John the Baptist 23
Yusuf [30] [32] Joseph 11
Younis [12] [33] The people of Younis[34] Jonah 21
Lut [35] [36] The people of Lot[37] Lot 7
Nuh [12] [38] [26][27] The people of Noah[39] [10] Noah 3
Muhammad [40][41] [42] [7] Quran[43] Whole Mankind and Jinn[44] [10] 25
Musa [45] [45] [26][27] Tawrah (Torah)[46] Pharaoh and his establishment[47] [10] Moses 14
Saleh [48] [48] Thamud[49] Salah 5
Sulaiman [12] Solomon 18
Zakariyyah [12] Zechariah 22

Muhammad[edit]


Sahabah[edit]

Ashara e mubashra
Hadith of the ten promised paradise
Abu Bakr
Umar
Uthman ibn Affan
Ali
Talhah
Az-Zubair
Abdur Rahman bin Awf
Sa'd bin Abi Waqqas
Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah
Sa'id ibn Zayd
Most hadith narrating sahabah
Abu Hurairah
Abdullah Ibn Umar
Anas ibn Malik
Aisha
Abd Allah ibn Abbas
Jabir ibn Abd Allah
Abu Sa‘id al-Khudri
Abdullah ibn Masud
'Abd Allah ibn 'Amr ibn al-'As
Umar[edit]
Uthman[edit]

Denominational specifics[edit]

Sunni Islam[edit]

  • List of Sunni Islamic scholars by schools of jurisprudence
Barelvi[edit]

Shia Islam[edit]

  • List of Shia Imams
Imami Twelver[edit]
Imami Ismailism[edit]
Alevism[edit]

Key figures

Ahmadiyya[edit]

Islamism[edit]

Key ideologues

Salafi movement[edit]

Sufism[edit]

List of Muslims by topic[edit]

Historical[edit]

  • List of honored women in Islam
    • List of Ayyubid sultans and emirs
    • List of Mamluk sultans
    • List of Ghaznavid sultans
    • Grand Viziers of the Safavid Empire
    • Viziers of the Samanid Empire

    Denominational / religious-related occupational[edit]

    Professional[edit]

    Regional[edit]

    See also[edit]

    References[edit]

    1. ^ quran.com , Quran Surah Al-Baqara ( Verse 255 )
    2. ^ John L. Esposito (2009). "Islam. Overview". In John L. Esposito (ed.). The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World. Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acref/9780195305135.001.0001. ISBN 9780195305135. Profession of Faith [...] affirms Islam's absolute monotheism and acceptance of Muḥammad as the messenger of God, the last and final prophet.
    3. ^ F. E. Peters (2009). "Allāh". In John L. Esposito (ed.). The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World. Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acref/9780195305135.001.0001. ISBN 9780195305135. the Muslims' understanding of Allāh is based [...] on the Qurʿān's public witness. Allāh is Unique, the Creator, Sovereign, and Judge of humankind. It is Allāh who directs the universe through his direct action on nature and who has guided human history through his prophets, Abraham, with whom he made his covenant, Moses, Jesus, and Muḥammad, through all of whom he founded his chosen communities, the "Peoples of the Book."
    4. ^ Quran 19:53
    5. ^ Quran 19:41
    6. ^ Quran 9:70
    7. ^ a b Quran 2:124
    8. ^ Quran 87:19
    9. ^ Quran 22:43
    10. ^ a b c d e Quran 42:13
    11. ^ Quran 2:31
    12. ^ a b c d e f g Quran 6:89
    13. ^ Quran 17:55
    14. ^ Quran 37:123
    15. ^ Quran 37:124
    16. ^ Quran 19:56
    17. ^ Quran 21:85–86
    18. ^ a b Quran 26:125
    19. ^ Quran 7:65
    20. ^ a b Quran 19:49
    21. ^ a b Quran 19:54
    22. ^ a b Quran 26:178
    23. ^ Quran 7:85
    24. ^ Quran 19:30
    25. ^ Quran 4:171
    26. ^ a b c Quran 46:35
    27. ^ a b c Quran 33:7
    28. ^ Quran 57:27
    29. ^ Quran 61:6
    30. ^ a b Quran 4:89
    31. ^ Quran 3:39
    32. ^ Quran 40:34
    33. ^ Quran 37:139
    34. ^ Quran 10:98
    35. ^ Quran 6:86
    36. ^ Quran 37:133
    37. ^ Quran 7:80
    38. ^ Quran 26:107
    39. ^ Quran 26:105
    40. ^ Page 50 "As early as Ibn Ishaq (85–151 AH) the biographer of Muhammad, the Muslims identified the Paraclete – referred to in John's ... "to give his followers another Paraclete that may be with them forever" is none other than Muhammad."
    41. ^ Quran 33:40
    42. ^ Quran 33:40
    43. ^ Quran 42:7
    44. ^ Quran 7:158
    45. ^ a b Quran 19:51
    46. ^ Quran 53:36
    47. ^ Quran 43:46
    48. ^ a b Quran 26:143
    49. ^ Quran 7:73


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