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Hubbullah - Loving Allah

Contents > Alliance and Enmity > Loving Allah

You must love Allah. You must love Allah and love him more than anything else and cannot have love for anyone else similar to him. Allah says,

“And from the people are those who take besides Allah rivals, loving them the way Allah should be loved: whereas those who believe love Allah more than all else. If they who are bent on evildoing could but see - as see they will when they are made to suffer [on Resurrection Day] -that all might belongs to Allah alone, and that Allah is severe in punishment!” al-Qur’an, Surah al-Baqarah, 2: 165








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1. Love/Allegiance

You must be devoted and have allegiance to Allah exclusively.

2. Hatred/Enmity

You must denounce disbelief and have enmity toward it and it’s people.

3. Loving Allah

You must love Allah.

4. Loving the Messenger

You must love the Messenger Muhammad (saw).

5. Loving for Allah's sake

You must love for Allah's sake exclusively.

6. Hatred for Allah's sake

You must hate for Allah's sake exclusively.

7. Brotherhood

You must maintain Islamic brotherhood.

8. Imitation of non-muslims

You must know not to imitate the disbelievers in their behaviour, sins, religion or festivals.

9. Alliance with non-muslims

You must know not to ally with the disbelievers.

10. Sharing powers with non-muslim organisations

You must know not to share power with disbelievers or organisations or regimes that promote disbelief.

11. Friendship with non-muslims

You must know not to take disbelievers as intimate friends.

12. Friendship with oppressive rulers

You must know not to take tyrant rulers as friends.