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Benefits mentioned from the book A Beneficial Aid Towards Understanding Kitāb al-Tawḥīd of the noble Shaykh, Ṣāliḥ al-Fawzān.
A chilling discussion about the worst sin a person can commit.
Fundamentals of the Islamic Creed. This article is set up in a question and answer format for clear explanations.
Tawḥīd is the foundation of the religion and the principle upon which the religion is built so it is of utmost importance that one understands it and adheres to it, and one is able to refute the doubts of the groups that claim that the word 'tawḥīd' was never mentioned in the texts. (This phone lecture was translated by Ḥasan al-Ṣumālī).
A brief essay demonstrating how the Ummah of Muḥammad (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhi wa-sallam) was originally established upon Tawḥīd, and how it gradually deviated into Shirk.
Al-Qawl al-Mufīd fi-Adillat al-Tawḥīd (The Beneficial Statement Concerning the Evidence for Tawḥīd).
The second of three talks from the set entitled: The Concern for Tawḥīd in Relation to Rectification of the Ummah (Islām in Our Times, April '07 - Toronto, Canada). In this segment, Abū ʿIyāḍ identifies various groups and sects of Islām, and how most, if not all of them were influenced by the Kuffar in their methodology of supposed 'rectification' and the calamitous result of their straying from the Prophetic Methodology. From the sects examined: The Khawārij, the Murjiʿah, the Ikhwān al-Muslimūn (including Sayyid Qutb), the Muʿtazilah, the Shīʿah and the Qadariyyah.
A beautiful lecture on the essential importance of tawḥīd and its lofty status in Islām as the whole of the Qurʿān is revolving around tawḥīd, clarifying it, notifying of what nullifies it, informing us of the blessings bestowed upon those who implement it as well as those who oppose it by committing shirk and the punishment that awaits them in this life and in the hereafter.
How does Tawḥīd relate to all of our affairs?
An overview of the daʿwah al-anbiyā, the call to pure tawḥīd.
A brief lecture on the importance of understanding tawḥīd, studying it constantly and the role of this understanding towards taqwá (fear of Allāh), knowledge of what Allāh loves and hates and the overall strength to worship Allāh and refrain from sin.
A Lecture from the seminar in Bristol, England (Summer, 2001).
An explanation of the ḥadīth of Muʿādh ibn Jabal by Imām Muḥammad ibn Ṣāliḥ al-ʿUthaymīn, showing what benefits can be taken from it.
The Muslims would agree that the Ummah is currently disunited. But why? Was it always? What caused it and what remedies it?