New Class: Tawheed First

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Introduction

It is common knowledge that Tawhid is the basis of the religion of Islam and that it is most precisely expressed in the formula لا اله الا الله (There is no God but Allah), which states that there is only one true God and He alone deserves to be worshipped.  This seemingly simple formula serves as the dividing line between Eemaan (true belief in God) and kufr (disbelief), according to the tenets of Islam.  Because of this principle of Tawhid, the Islamic belief in God is considered to be unitarian and Islam is counted among the world’s monotheistic religions along with Judaism and Christianity.  Yet according to the Islamic unitarian concept (Tawhid), Christianity is considered as polytheism and Judaism is considered a subtle form of idolatry.

Thus the principle of Tawhid is profound and needs further clarification even amongst Muslims.

The Luton Islamic Centre is starting a new class on Sunday 7th January 2018 entitled Tawheed First which is designed to introduce the concept of Tawheed to the young generation, new Muslims and also those new to our mosque so that they can fully understand why Tawheed is so important and critical to the wellbeing of Muslims in this world and the next.

 

Class Information

Start Date Sunday 7th January 2018
Time Starts at 7pm and continues after Salatul Ishaa
Duration 10 weeks

 

Teacher:

Ustadh Abu Hibban is a student of knowledge who is very active in the field of dawah, islamic research and authoring books.

 

Class Programme:

Tbc

 

2 Responses

  1. Shazia
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    Assalam alykum
    We will be moving to the Luton area from London and are looking for a masjid on the Safiyyah aqeedah.
    Are you on the Salafiyyah Madhab?
    If you are, please could you give me any information on classes for women and children that you have on.
    JazakAllhu khairun

    • admin
      | Reply

      Wa alaykum as salaam
      Yes sister we try to follow the understanding of the pious predecessors and we are strictly opposed to polytheistic and innovated practices and cultural distortions of our beautiful religion.

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