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Hope and Fear: The Two Wings of a Believer

   Shaykh Aḥmad al-Najmī

The People of Sunnah fear Allāh the most as they are the most acquainted with their Lord. We have heard numerous examples of the fear which the Companions had of Allāh. Ibn Abī Mulaykah narrated that he met thirty of the Companions, all of them feared hypocrisy for themselves! Likewise, Ahl al-Sunnah are hopeful for the mercy of Allāh as they are the most well-acquainted with their Lord. The question then arises: How do we balance both hope and fear?

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Mankind's Greatest Need: Tawḥīd

   

Indeed, the affirmation of the Tawḥīd of Allāh is something that mankind – whether they have accepted Islām or not – are more in need of than food and drink. This brief article explains the three categories of Tawḥīd, along with its two types.  There is also a highly beneficial explanation of what separates the Tawḥīd of the muwāḥid from the Tawḥīd of the mushrik.

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