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Allah is one

There is no Partner in the Divine Attributes.

A true believer in Tawhid does not attribute any partners to Allah (S.w.T.), nor does he praise anyone in the manner that Allah (S.w.T.) is praised.

Everyday he repeats, “SubhanAllah” [Glory be (only) to Allah].

This implies that he does not deem it fit to praise anyone or anything except Allah (S.w.T.).

When he says “Alhamdu lil-Lah” (Praise is only for Allah (S.w.T.)), he implies that all praise is exclusive to Allah (S.w.T.) only.

No one is more deserving of praise and glorification but the one and only Allah (S.w.T.)

Allah Said:
O men! you are they who stand in need of Allah. And Allah is He who is self-sufficient, the praised one.” (Surah Fāt’ir 35:15)


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Christmas are polytheism Too

Christians Are Polytheists Too.

Why because

The Christians believe in the trinity of the Godhead. The Father (God), The Son (Jesus) and the Holy Ghost (Jibrīl).

They believe that each of them have a special quality and that together they constitute the Godhead.

The Qur’an flays their assertion thus:

“Certainly they disbelieve who say, ‘Surely Allah is the third (person) of Three’; and there is no god but One God.” (Surah al-Mā’ida 5:73)

The Holy Qur’an clearly states that Allah (S.w.T.) is not one-third of a god. He is the One and only One God.
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Allah is one

There is no Partner in the Divine Attributes.

A true believer in Tawhid does not attribute any partners to Allah (S.w.T.), nor does he praise anyone in the manner that Allah (S.w.T.) is praised.

Everyday he repeats, “SubhanAllah” [Glory be (only) to Allah].

This implies that he does not deem it fit to praise anyone or anything except Allah (S.w.T.).

When he says “Alhamdu lil-Lah” (Praise is only for Allah (S.w.T.)), he implies that all praise is exclusive to Allah (S.w.T.) only.

No one is more deserving of praise and glorification but the one and only Allah (S.w.T.)

Allah Said:
O men! you are they who stand in need of Allah. And Allah is He who is self-sufficient, the praised one.” (Surah Fāt’ir 35:15)


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