[V2][PDF][ePUB][MOBI] Kitab Al-Tawheed / At-Tauhid: The Book of Monotheism, Sheikh Abdul Wahhab

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Kitab At-Tauhid
The Book of Monotheism 

By Sheikh ul Islam Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab
Hardback 192 Pages
Format: 6 × 9 Inches
Publisher : Darussalam 

About The Book

In this book, all the relevant Verses have been discussed reasonably, rationally and sincerely; and the essence of the Qur'an and Sunnah is placed in a very simple and appealing manner.

This is the reason that the upright persons, beyond group ism and prejudices, have been adopting the correct Islamic path - the path of the Qur'an and Sunnah - under the influence of the basic facts and proofs produced herein.

Kitab At- Tauhid is one of the best books on the subject of Tauhid (Monotheism) and ranks high in authenticity. Till date it has been published many times.

It has been a means of guidance for millions of people throughout the world, by taking them out of the darkness of polytheism, heresy and error.

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About The Author

Muhammad ibn ʿAbd al-Wahhab (1703 - 1792 AD) : theologian and founder of the Salafi Movement, which attempted a return to the true principles of Islam.

After completing his education in Medina he lived abroad for many years where he taught for four years in Basra, Iraq, and in Baghdad where he married an affluent woman. In 1736, in Iran, he began to teach against what he considered to be the extreme ideas of various exponents of Sufi doctrines. On returning to his native city, he wrote the Kitab At-Tauhid (“Book of Unity”), which is the main text for salafi doctrines.

He made a clear stand against all innovations (bid'ah) in Islamic faith because he believed them to be reprehensible, insisting that the original grandeur of Islam could be regained if the Islamic community would return to the principles enunciated by the Prophet Muhammad.

When the preaching of these doctrines led to controversy, he was expelled from Uyaynah in 1744. He then settled in Ad-Diriyah, capital of Ibn Saʿud, a ruler of the Najd (now in Saudi Arabia).

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