(2) Tawheed

The first and most important treasure which is vital for all your good deeds to be accepted and to be labeled a 'Muslim', is Tawheed (Oneness of Allah The Almighty). Tawheed is the mother of all obligations, basically you will not harvest your good deeds without having this belief. ... more

Tawheed in intent and objectives

From those fundamentals upon which worship is based is that Allaah is to be worshiped with love, fear and hope collectively. To worship Allaah with some of them without the other is misguidance. ... more

Tawheed in Knowledge and Beliefs

To have faith in all that is authentically related concerning the matters of the Unseen ... more

The most distinctive characteristics 0f Ahlus-Sunnah

Ahlus-Sunnah wal Jamaa’ah are the Saved-Sect (in the Hereafter) and the Victorious and Aided Group (in this world). ... more

The concept of monotheism in Islam

I am doing research on the concept of monotheism in the world's five major religions. Could you please explain to me the concept of monotheism in Islam?
 

The Fatwa Department Research Committee - chaired by Sheikh `Abd al-Wahhâb al-TurayrîMonotheism is the message that all of the Prophets came with. People then deviated from the truth. Then Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) came as the final Messenger and restored true monotheism to ... Continue Reading

THE RIGHTS OF ISLAM

The rights of Islam are numerous, including some mentioned here in this article. ... more

Tawheed


1- Tawheed means singling out Allah in worship, that He becomes our ultimate goal and that everything we do should bring us closer to Him.

2- Love is the essence of worship, so worship is much more than rituals, it is a talent, and the best thing a human being could ever do.

3- The ...

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The Heart’s & Body’s Relief Lies in Obeying Allah

The servant surrenders and submits himself before his Lord and Master and emerges in a state of quietude and peace, looking on at Him with his heart; his soul at rest. ... more

A Return to Tawheed

The kalimah (word) of tawheed, 'La ilaha ill-Allah" came to correct belief - not only that of the ancient polytheists, but of all men up until the Day of Judgment. ... more

The Origins of Shirk

I say: In it is also a refutation of some of the philosophers and athists who claim that the (natural) basis of man is Shirk, and that Tawheed evolved in man! ... more

How did Christianity become mixed with polytheistic beliefs?

If true Christianity brought the message of the Oneness of God (Tawheed), and stated that He alone is to be worshipped to the exclusion of anyone else in His creation, whether that is ?Eesa (Jesus) or anyone else, then how did this religion become mixed w ... more

Calm conversation between Abdullah & Abdel-Naby

A man called Abdullah met another man called Abdel-Naby. Abdullah’s heart disapproved this name, Abdel-Naby, and said: “How could a man worship other than Allah the Almighty?” Then he asked Abdel-Naby: “Do you worship other than Allah?” “No, I worship none but Allah. I am Muslim and I worship Allah alone.” Abdel-Naby replied. ... more