The word Islam means submission. Islam considers man as a part of nature which is des- tined to obey certain rules. The natural laws have been created by an ultimate cause called God (The Arabic word is Allah). Islam views nature as Muslim. The movement of electrons around the nucleus is an obedience to a godly law, and in this
sense, the election is a Muslim.
Human being is distinguished from other parts of nature by his consciousness and power of thinking. His status has two kinds of laws. The
first kind covers the instinctive, materialistic, and psychological activities, which are independent of his will, such as the beating of heart, or the curi- osity instinct, etc. The second kind covers those activities which are based on man's free will. God offered man the best norms for his behaviour. That was delivered through Prophets by revela- tion. Prophets are looked at from the Islamic angle as extremely good people who are worthy