“What is the meaning of Tawhid as a foundation of Islam?”

16.12.2017

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Theologically, the Sunni and Shia schools of thought have a similar notion of tawhid. There may be differences in the terms used in describing Tawhid, however, the differences do not make a difference to the essence of oneness of God

Shaykh Mohammed Reza Tajri 

Lecturer in Arabic Studies

Maulana Ayaaz Ahmad Ghulam Nab

 

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