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Sunni Islam is the largest branch of Islam, followed by 85–90% of the world's Muslims. Its name comes from the word Sunnah, referring to the tradition of Muhammad. Ashʿarism or Ashʿarī theology is one of the main Sunnī schools of Islamic theology, founded by the Arab Muslim scholar, Shāfiʿī jurist, reformer (mujaddid), and scholastic theologian Abū al-Ḥasan al-Ashʿarī in the 9th–10th century. It established an orthodox guideline based on scriptural authority, rationality, and theological rationalism.

Our Beliefs 

  • Muhammad's ﷺ awareness of complete knowledge of the unseen, and other practices which were opposed by Salafis and Deobandis. 
  • Prophet Muhammad ﷺ was not just made of flesh, but of nuras well (light), and is ever-present all around us with the will of Allah, but prophet Muhammad ﷺ is not divine. This contrasts with the Deobandi view that Muhammad ﷺ was the insan-i-kamil (perfect person), but still a mortal human, not divine.
  • Prophet Muhammad ﷺ is haazir naazir (Haazir-o-Naazir on the deeds of his Ummah) which means that Muhammad ﷺ views and witnesses the actions of his people. 
  • This concept was interpreted by Shah Abdul Aziz in Tafsir Azizi in these words: The prophet is observing everybody, knows their good and bad deeds, and knows the strength of faith (Imaan) of every individual Muslim and what has hindered his spiritual progress. 
  • We do not hold that anyone can equal the knowledge of Allah ﷻ Most High, or possess it independently, nor do we assert that Allah's giving of knowledge to the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) is anything but a part. But what a patent and tremendous difference between one part [the Prophet's] and another [anyone else's]: like the difference between the sky and the earth, or rather even greater and more immense.

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Know: About Ahle Sunnat Wa Jama'at


Sunni Islam is by far the biggest branch of Islam: 87 to 90% of Muslims worldwide follow it. The name Sunni Islam derives from the term ahl al-sunna wa-l-jama'a (people of the prophetic tradition and the community)


Hanafi is one of four traditional major Sunni schools (Fiqh) of Islamic law (madhhab). It is named after the 8th century Kufan scholar, Imam e Azam Imam Abu Hanifa, over 80% of Muslims follow it.


Also known as Ahl as-Sunnah wa'l-Jamaah is a Sunni revivalist movement following the Hanafi and Shafi'i schools of jurisprudence, and Maturidi and Ashʿari schools of theology with strong Sufi influences.