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AlKauthar Student Guild - Kitab at Tawhid

AlKauthar Student Guild - Kitab at Tawhid

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Some notes from the Mercy Mission AlKauthar Student Guild Institute course of Aqeedah pertaining to the book Kitab at-Tawhid by Sh, Muhammad ibn 'Abd al-Wahhab.

The notes illustrate the knowledge and uniqueness of Allah (swt) and the concept of complete reliance, hope, fear and servitude to Allah (swt).
Some notes from the Mercy Mission AlKauthar Student Guild Institute course of Aqeedah pertaining to the book Kitab at-Tawhid by Sh, Muhammad ibn 'Abd al-Wahhab.

The notes illustrate the knowledge and uniqueness of Allah (swt) and the concept of complete reliance, hope, fear and servitude to Allah (swt).

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Student Guild Semester 2: Kitab at Tawhid. Taught by Sh. Nabeel Shahzad Ul-HaqTinuviel 20111
KITAB AT-TAWHID
The Knowledge and Recognition of the Uniqueness of Allah (swt)
ContentsWeek Topic Pg
Intentions 2Week 1 Introduction 3Chapter 1 At-Tawhid - The Oneness of Allah (swt) 6Chapter 2 The merits of tawhid and the sins that it expiates 9Week 2 Chapter 3 The one who fulfills tawhid enters paradise without a reckoning 12Chapter 4 The fear of shirk 16Week 3 Chapter 5 The invitation to testify to ilāha illa Allāh 19Chapter 6 Explaining tawhid and the testimony ilāha illa Allāh 22Week 4 Chapter 7 Wearing bracelets/cords… etc to remove or seek protectionfrom affliction is a form of shirk25Chapter 8 Incantations (ruqyā) and talismans (tama’im) 29Week 5 Chapter 9 Seeking blessings from trees, stones and other things 32Week 6 Chapter 10 Slaughtering for other than Allah (swt) 36Chapter 11 Make no animal sacrifice for Allah in a place where sacrifice ismade for other than Allah.41
 
Student Guild Semester 2: Kitab at Tawhid. Taught by Sh. Nabeel Shahzad Ul-HaqTinuviel 20112
Student guild is an opportunity for serious students to build their knowledge of IslamIntentions:
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Pray to Allah (swt) not to render, what we have learnt a calamity against us but mayHe guide us to act according to what pleases Him.
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May Allah (swt) make learning a means to gain entrance to Paradise and earn Hispleasure.
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Seek knowledge for Allah (swt), have ikhlas and do everything for the sake of Allah(swt).
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Intend to remove Jahl and ignorance from ourselves.
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Intend to pass on this knowledge to remove ignorance from others.
 
Student Guild Semester 2: Kitab at Tawhid. Taught by Sh. Nabeel Shahzad Ul-HaqTinuviel 20113
KITAB AT-TAWHID
The Knowledge and Recognition of the Uniqueness of Allah (swt)
Week 1:
06/06/2011
 
Introduction
 
Kitab at-Tawhid: By Sh. Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhab.
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The book deals with the issue of tawhid al-Ilahiyah. The right of Allah (swt) to be worshippedalone.-
 
Topics deal with the explanation of tawhid, its rules, aspects that strengthen and perfect tawhidand its merits.-
 
The book also looks into issues that contravene the matter of tawhid. This is shirk.-
 
Sh. Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhab wrote this book in the style of the early books of aqeedah.-
 
Sh. Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhab stated that this book was written so that the believerswould fear shirk and protect themselves from committing shirk.
What is Tawhid?
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In the Arabic language, the term ‘tawhid’ is used to ascribe uniqueness to something.
 
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In Islam, the term ‘tawhid’ is used to ascribe uniqueness to Allah (swt) in everything that isspecific to Him. These are
(1)
His Rububiyah (Lordships),
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His Asma’ wal Sifat (names andattributes) and
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His Ilahiyah (right to be worshipped).-
 
These are the three categories of Tawhid.
 What is shirk?
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In the Arabic language, it is to associate one with another.
 
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In the religious sense, shirk is to liken the Creator to the creation. Or to liken the creation to theCreator in everything that is specific to Him. In His actions (Rububiyah), perfection (Asma’ walSifat) and right to be worshipped (Tawhid al - Ilahiyah).
 
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Shirk in worship is
(1)
Shirk al-Akbar (The Major Shirk) and
(2)
Shirk al-Asghar (The Minor Shirk).Also another two categories
(1)
Shirk al-Jalee or al-Zahir (Apparent Shirk) and
(2)
Shirk al –Khafieor al-Bātin (Hidden Shirk).-
 
There are some scholars that divide shirk into three categories, major shirk, minor shirk andhidden shirk. For hidden shirk, they are referring to the subtle riyaa (showoff) by beautifyingone’s worship to obtain the praise of the creation.

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