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الملخص في شرح كتاب التوحيد Concise Commentary on the Book of Tawhid

الملخص في شرح كتاب التوحيد  Concise Commentary on the Book of Tawhid
الملخص في شرح كتاب التوحيد Concise Commentary on the Book of Tawhid
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  • المؤلف: د. صالح بن عبد الله الفوزان Dr. Salih Ibn `Abdullah Al-Fawzan
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This book gives a clear explanation of the sound Muslim Creed which is the core of the religion of Islam, as the belief in Tawhîd (monotheism) is the purpose for which Allah created both mankind and jinn, and thus, those whose belief in Tawhîd is corrupt, are not considered Muslims. It is a commentary on the Book of Tawhîd written by Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahhâb. In this Book, Sheikh Sâlih Al-Fawzân has projected light on doctrinal issues of utmost importance in a genuine and reader-friendly style. This translated version of the book fulfills a long-standing need on the part of nglish-speaking Muslims for a brief, introductory book in Tawhîd. It is a valuable book for novice readers, be they Muslims or non-Muslims, who do not have thorough knowledge of the sound Muslim Creed. The chapters of this book focus on major issues in Tawhîd such as the definition of Tawhîd, virtue of Tawhîd, warning against acts of Shirk (polytheism), the Prophets maintenance of monotheism, and other topics. 
الكتاب
الترقيم الدولي ISBN978-9960-686-081-8
اللغةالإنجليزية
التجليدكرتوني
نوع الورقشمواة ياباني
عدد الصفحات530
المقاس17 × 24 سم
عدد المجلدات1
الوزن1150 جم
رقم الطبعة3
سنة الطبع2012

BOOK PREFACE

 

All praise is due to Allah, and may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon the Seal of the Prophets, Muhammad. The present study is a brief commentary on the “Book of Tawhîd (i.e., Monotheism)” of Shaykhul-Islâm Muhammad Ibn `Abdul-Wahhâb (may Allah have mercy on him). In arranging this brief commentary, I presented it in the style of the modern school curricula so that it may be easily intelligible to beginners. I ask Allah to make it beneficial to the Muslims and to be of significant contribution in disseminating religious knowledge and properly correcting people’s understanding of the Muslim Creed. Finally, I ask Allah to confer His peace and blessings upon His Messenger Muhammad (PBUH), his household, and his Companions.

 

 

Sâlih Ibn Fawzân Ibn `Abdullâh Al-Fawzân

viiEnglish Islamic Library
ixAbout the Author
xiAcknowledgement
xiiiTranslator’s Preface
xviiBook Preface
xixAbout The Author 
1THE BOOK OF TAWHÎD
19Merit of MonotheismChapter 1
31Perfect Monotheism Guarantees ParadiseChapter 2
39Fear of PolytheismChapter 3

47

Calling to Testification of FaithChapter 4
57Meaning of Monotheism and Faith TestificationChapter 5
67Acts of Polytheism: Wearing Rings and Strings for Removing or Averting an Affliction Chapter 6
75Incantations and AmuletsChapter 7
85Seeking Blessings of Trees, StonesChapter 8
91Offering Sacrificial Animals for Deities other than AllahChapter 9
99Slaughtering Sacrificial Animals at Places and Altars Dedicated to False DeitiesChapter 10
105Acts of Polytheism: Vows for Deities other than AllahChapter 11
111Acts of Polytheism: Seeking Refuge with Beings other than AllahChapter 12
115Acts of Polytheism: Seeking Refuge with Anyone besides Allah and Invoking Anyone besides HimChapter 13
125Helpless Partners Ascribed to AllahChapter 14
135The Angels Duly Fear and Obey AllahChapter 15
141IntercessionChapter 16
149Allah Guides Whom He WillsChapter 17
155Excessive Reverence of the Righteous Chapter 18
165Worshipping Allah at the Memorial of a Righteous PersonChapter 19
175Excessive Reverence for the Graves of the Righteous is Tantamount to IdolatryChapter 20
181The Prophet and Blocking All Avenues Impairing MonotheismChapter 21
187Some Muslims Worshipping Idols Chapter 22
197SorceryChapter 23
203Forms of SorceryChapter 24
211Rulings of Soothsayers Chapter 25
219An-NushrahChapter 26
223Belief in Evil OmensChapter 27
235AstrologyChapter 28 
241Seeking Rainfall by Virtue of the StarsChapter 29
249Love for AllahChapter 30
256Fear of AllahChapter 31 
269Reliance on AllahChapter 32
275Feeling Secure from the Plan of AllahChapter 33
279Faith and Patience with the Decree of Allah Chapter 34
287Showing offChapter 35
293Acts of Polytheism: Righteous Deeds Intended for Worldly Gain Chapter 36
297Taking Scholars or Rulers as Partners besides AllahChapter 37 
303Seeking Judgment from TâghûtChapter 38
315Repudiation of Allah’s Names and AttributesChapter 39
323Denying the Favor of AllahChapter 40
329Attributing Equals to AllahChapter 41
337Dissatisfaction with Oaths Taken in the Name of AllahChapter 42
341Saying ‘By the Will of Allah and Yours’Chapter 43
347Inveighing against the Vicissitudes of Time Wrongs AllahChapter 44
351Names such as the Judge of Judges and the LikeChapter 45
355Reverence to Allah’s Beautiful Names and Changing One’s Name AccordinglyChapter 46
359Mocking Allah’s Revelations or MessengersChapter 47
365Rendering Thanks to AllahChapter 48
371The Prohibition of Giving a Name Signifying that one is a Servant of Others Besides AllahChapter 49
375Invoking Allah by His Beautiful NamesChapter 50
379The Prohibition of Saying, “Peace be on Allah”Chapter 51
381The Prohibition of saying, “O Allah! Forgive Me If You Wish”Chapter 52
385The Prohibition of Saying, “My Slave, or My Slave Girl”Chapter 53
389Asking in the Name of Allah Is not to Be RepulsedChapter 54
393Nothing is to Be Asked for, by the Face of Allah, but ParadiseChapter 55
395Dissatisfaction with the Divine DecreeChapter 56
403The Prohibition of Inveighing against the WindChapter 57 
407Hypocrites Mistrust AllahChapter 58
415Deniers of the Divine Decree and PredestinationChapter 59
423Pictures and StatuesChapter 60
431Oft-repeated SwearingChapter 61
439Covenants of Allah and His ProphetChapter 62
445Adjuring AllahChapter 63
449Seeking Allah’s Intercession with One of His CreaturesChapter 64
453The Prophet and Blocking All Avenues Leading to PolytheismChapter 65
459Polytheists have not Appraised Allah with True AppraisalChapter 66
Appendices
467Glossary
475Name Index
481Quranic Verse Index         
485Hadîth Index
495Transliteration System