Islamic Institute of Theology


Muslims believe that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is the last and final messenger of Allah (God) Al-mighty. This is one of the core creeds of Muslims, without which a person cannot be a Muslim. In today's world there are many misinterpretations about Islamic creeds therefore it has become critical for Muslims to safeguard their creed.

For Muslims a correct creed comes first and then comes actions. To safeguard the Muslim creed, KNC shall defend the finality of prophet hood and all other Islamic creeds globally through the use of literature, websites and seminars. One example of our effort is the website ( Safeguarding true creed and exposing false creed is a fard kifayah (communal obligation) upon the Muslim Ummah. KNC is proud to have the opportunity to help fulfill this responsibility for the Muslim Ummah. We wish to reach out to people globally, and safeguard true Islamic creeds and expose false so-called Islamic creeds by providing evidences from Qur'an & Sunnah. 

Since KNC has a global agenda, I urge you to become lifelong donors to KNC, so that this great work can continue without pause. Your donations will Inshallah be accepted in the court of Allah (God) Al-mighty as "in the way of Allah", which in turn will be multiplied 700 times as mentioned in Qur'an (2:261). 

If you wish to donate to the cause of safeguarding Islamic creeds alone and not to any other services of KNC, then click here: Donate today.

Sahl bin Sa’d (ra) reported: The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said to Ali (may Allah have mercy upon him), “By Allah, if a single person is guided by Allah through you, it will be better for you than a whole lot of red camels.” (Al-Bukhari and Muslim) Commentary: “Better for you than red camels” is an allegory for the most precious. Red camels used to be most precious in Arabia, and their reference here is to highlight the value of guidance. Thus, this Hadith brings into prominence the importance of calling people towards Allah (SWT).