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Tawḥīd

Tawḥīd is commonly translated as Islāmic Monotheism. Conventionally, it is, “to single out Allāh in His Rubūbiyyah (Lordship), Ulūhiyyah (worship), Names, Attributes and Judgement.” – Ibn Bāz, Majmūʿ al-Fatāwá (1/34) In the sub-menu, you may view the following sub-categories: Tawḥīd al-Rubūbiyyah (Oneness of Allāh in His Lordship) Tawḥīd al-ʿUbūdiyyah (Oneness of Allāh in His Worship) Tawḥīd al-Asmāʿ wa-al-Ṣifāt (Oneness of Allāh in His Names and Attributes) Comprehensive Study – Detailed Analysis of Tawḥīd



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