1. This Foundation and its activities are managed by Muslims belonging to Ahl as-Sunnah Wa’l Jama’ah (Sufi Sunni Maturidi Islam) and they believe and accept the creed of Khulafa al-Rashideen and the Imams of religion [Fiqh, Aqaaed and Tasawwuf]. The Foundation shall always be headed under the aegis of the Sajjada Nasheen (Custodian), Dargah Hazrat Shah Sharafat Ali Miya Radiallahu anhu.

2. Ahl as-Sunnah Wa’l Jama’ah – As defined by our rightly guided scholars; a Sunni is one, who is a living example of Hadith “Maa ana’ alaihi wa as’haabi” (Follow my way and that of my companions).

3. We adhere to one of the four Sunni schools of Law, however we welcome our doors for all the four schools of Law (Madhab)
• Hanafi (Imam Abu Hanifa an-Nu‘man ibn Thābit [80 – 150 AH])
• Maliki (Imam Mālik ibn Anas) [93 – 179 AH])
• Shafi‘i (Imam Muhammad ibn Idrīs ibn al-Abbās [150 – 206 AH])
• Hanbali (Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal) [164 – 241 AH])

4. We adhere to the Sunni Creed (Aqidah) of Abul Hasan Ash’ari and Abu Mansoor Maturidi as being the valid understanding of the Divine in our faith and sources for sound dogmatic theology; and believe in the agreed-upon path as followed by the rightly guided imams such as
• Shaykh Zun-noon Misri (d. 205 AH),
• Shaykh Junaid Baghdadi (d. 298 AH),
• Imaam Abu al-Hasan al-Ash’ari (d. 324 AH),
• Imaam Abu Mansur Al Maturidi (d. 333 AH),
• Imaam Abu Hamid al-Ghazzali (d. 505 AH),
• Qadi Ayyad (d. 544 AH),
• Shaykh Abdul-Qadir al-Jilani (d. 561 AH),
• Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti (d. 641 AH),
• Shaykh Mohammad Jalal-ud-Din Rumi (d. 672 AH)
• Imaam Jalal al-Din al-Suyuti (d. 911 AH),
• Shaykh Ahmad al-Fārūqī al-Sirhindī Mujaddid Alfe Saani (d. 1034 AH)
• Shaykh Abdul Haq Muhaddith Dehlawi (d. 1052 AH) 
and countless others including the Shuyukhs of Silsila e Aaliyah Sharafatiya Mujaddidiya Quadriya, the chain of which reaches the Holy Prophet Muhammed ur Rasoolullah Swallallahu alaihi wa sallam through Maula e Kainaat Ali Ibne Abu Taalib Alaihimussalaam.

5. We call those who face in our direction of prayer, believing Muslims (Ahle Qiblah), as long as they acknowledge all that the Beloved Prophet brought, and confirm in truth all that he said and reported.

6. We do not speculate about Allah nor do we argue about Allah’s religion.

7. We do not differ from the majority of the Muslims (Sawad e Azam), which is our protection.

8. We do not curse those who follow our direction of prayer for any wrong that they may have committed, as long as they do not consider it lawful.

9. We adhere to the Prophetic Way and the majority of the Scholars. We avoid isolated views, disagreements and sectarianism.

10. We love just and trustworthy people and we loathe oppressive and treacherous people.

11. We denounce and reject extremism, radicalism and fanaticism existing in any form.

12. We follow the path of Moderation and welcome all our brothers who face Makkah in prayer (Ahle-Qiblah). Tolerance for others is key to success.

13. We do not have a past criminal history nor an accused or convict in any criminal offence. However, this clause shall not be applicable when we strive lawfully for the rights, causes and objectives of this Foundation, in any appropriate Court of Law.

14. We shall be actively and constructively involved and ready to dedicate ourselves for this noble cause as a service to Allah’s creation, only for the pleasure of Allah, without anticipating any worldly benefits.

We shall be liable for all action and consequences including damages, permissible by Law, for any breach of the above 14 clauses, and shall subsequently, with immediate effect, cease to be the Trustee or member of the aforesaid foundation and be deprived of the privileges therein.