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R.s Homework Tawhid Tawhid is the idea of monotheism in Islam. It means that God is one and unique. The first part of the Shahada is the declaration of belief in the oneness of God. Muslims believe that the entirety of the Islamic teaching rests on the principle of Tawhid. ...read more.

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The fundamental message of all of the prophets is "There is no god worthy of worship but Allah." "Say (O Muhammad): "He is All�h, (the) One, The Self-Sufficient Master, Whom all creatures need, He neither eats nor drinks, He begets not, nor was He begotten; And there is none co-equal or comparable unto Him." ...read more.

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Shirk Shirk is the Islamic concept of the sin of polytheism specifically, but in a more general way refers to worshipping other than Allah, associating partners with him, giving his characteristics to others beside him, or not believing in his characteristics. Within Islam, Major Shirk is an unforgivable sin and anyone who commits shirk cannot be forgiven, Allah forgives any sin except for major shirk. Shirk is the opposite of tawhid. ?? ?? ?? ?? Laraib Aftab GS2 ...read more.

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