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06. Tawheed ar-Ruboobiyah isn’t enough to become a Muslim

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The Pagans of Arabia believed in Allaah, and even worshipped Allaah, but still wanted to kill Prophet. Why? Because prophet was calling them to more than just Ruboobiyah, to Tawheed al-Uluhiyah

(Quran Surah 29. Al ‘Ankabuut ayat 61)

If You were to ask them: “Who has created the heavens and the earth and subjected the sun and the moon?” they will surely reply: “Allâh.” How then are they deviating (as polytheists and disbelievers)?

(Quran Surah 23. Al Mu’minuun ayat 84-89)

84. Say: “Whose is the earth and whosoever is therein? If you know!”

85. They will say: “It is Allâh’s!” say: “Will you not Then remember?”

86. Say: “Who is (the) Lord of the seven heavens, and (the) Lord of the great Throne?”

87. They will say: “Allâh.” say: “Will you not then fear Allâh (believe in His Oneness, obey Him, believe In the Resurrection and Recompense for each and Every good or bad deed).”

88. Say “In whose Hand is the sovereignty of everything (i.e. treasures of each and everything)? And He protects (all), while against whom there is no Protector, (i.e. if Allâh saves anyone none can Punish or harm him, and if Allâh punishes or harms anyone none can save him), if you know.”

89. They will say: “(All that belongs) to Allâh.” say: “How then are you deceived and turn away from the truth?”

Some Muslims give the following as the explanation of Laa ilaaha illa Allah – “It is removing false certainty from the heart about matters and bringing into the heart certainty of belief about Allah – that there is no creator but Allah, no provider except Allah, no sustainer of the universe but Allah”

You now know that, with this definition, the Pagans of Makkah should be considered Muslims. This is clearly wrong, because it does not cover Tawheed Al Uluhiyyah.

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Written by S Ibrahim

Jan 11, 2010 at 12:18 am

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