Monotheism (Tauhid) – the Oneness of God (Allah) – is the very essence of Islam, encompassing the core belief system of a Muslim. This 377-page book explores and investigates in detail, the concept of Islamic monotheism, what Allah can and cannot be, that which is impossible (mustahil) and permissible (ja-‘iz) on Him, His twenty undisputed attributes an obligation on every Muslim to know and why it is necessary for all who submit to Islam to be aware of the honour He rightly deserves through His infinite qualities.
Islam places serious emphasis on the belief in what God (Allah) decrees. So when man is afflicted with calamities or has important decisions to make in life, who or what does he turn to?
In today’s world where the use of fortune-tellers, sorcery, grave worshipping and witchcraft are so widespread, the author provides an insight into the clear direction Islam takes when it comes to using such avenues in one’s daily existence.