Emaan-e-Mufasil – Emaan-E-Mufassal (Summary Declaration of Faith)

Emaan-e-Mufassal is a term used in Islam to refer to the basic articles of faith that every Muslim must believe in. It includes belief in Allah, His angels, His books, His prophets, the Day of Judgment, and divine decree. The importance of Emaan-e-Mufassal lies in the fact that it forms the foundation of a Muslim’s belief system and is a prerequisite for one’s faith to be considered complete.

Believing in Allah as the one and only God, and recognizing His omnipotence, mercy, and justice is the cornerstone of a Muslim’s faith. The belief in angels as the intermediaries between Allah and human beings, and the recognition of the prophethood of Muhammad (peace be upon him) as the last and final prophet sent by Allah to guide humanity are also essential components of a Muslim’s faith.

The belief in the Day of Judgment as the day when all human beings will be held accountable for their deeds, and the recognition of divine decree as the understanding that everything that happens is by the will of Allah are also key tenets of Islam.

Therefore, Emaan-e-Mufassal is of great importance as it helps Muslims understand the basic principles of Islam and provides a strong foundation for their faith. It helps them develop a sense of purpose and direction in life, and guides them towards leading a righteous and fulfilling life.

Kalima Iman Mufassil Meaning in English: I have faith in Allah and His Angels, His Books and His Messengers, and the Day of Judgement and that all good and evil and fate is from Almighty Allah and it is sure that there will be resurrection after death.

Pronunciation: Amantu bil-lahi wa mala-i-k-atihi wa ku-tu-bihi wa ru-su-lihi wal-yaw-mil-akhiri wal qad-ri khay-rihi wa shar-rihi mi-nallahi taala wal-ba’thi ba’dal-mawt.

Meaning: I believe in Allah, His Angels, His Books, His Messengers, the Last Day, and in the Taqdir, that all good and bad is from Allah the Most High and I believe in the resurrection after death.

Reference: Surah 2 Verse 177, Surah 54 Verse 49, Surah 4 Verse 136


Aamantu Billahi Wa Malaikatihi Wa Kutubihi Wa Rusulihi Wal Yawmul Akhirihi Wal Qadri Khairihi Wa Sharrihi Minallahi Taala Wal Basihi Baadal Mawt. 



“I have faith in Allah, His Books, His Angels, His Prophets, His Scriptures, and the Day of Judgement, and in the fact that all good or bad in the world is ordered by Allah the Dignified, and in the revival after death”.

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