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Islam is one of the world's major monotheistic religions, founded in the 7th century CE in the Arabian Peninsula by the Prophet Muhammad. It is based on the teachings of the Quran, considered by Muslims to be the final and most perfect revelation of God, or Allah. Islam promotes principles of faith, prayer, charity, fasting, and pilgrimage, and emphasizes moral and ethical conduct, community, and justice. Sufism is the branch of Islam concerned with Connection.


Islamic Terms

Islam > Absolute Essence, Al-Insan al-Kamil, Ascension, Dhat, Drug, Fana, Hadith, Ibn al-'Arabi, Infidelity, Infran, Jadhb, Last Days, Laylat al-Qadr, Mahabbah, Majdhub, Muhammad, Peace be upon them, Quran, Rapture, Right Path, Rtavan, Shariah, Subtle Centers, Sufism, Sulūk-i Ṭarīqa, Tahdhīb al-akhlāq, Taubah, Wajd, Yawm ad-Din


The goal if Islam, particularly the mystical varieties, is to "remember who we are, so that we may once again become who we always were..."[1]

  1. Khalil, Atifd. “Ibn ʿ⁠Arabī on the Circle of Trusteeship and the Divine Name Al-Wakīl.” Journal of Sufi Studies 12 (2023): 65–82. p. 66.