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Shirk & THE FINAL CONCLUSION (Last Episode)

a.       Definition:
The omission of any of the above mentioned (PREVIOUS BLOG) categories of Tawheed or deficiency in the fulfillment of any criteria of Tawheed is referred to as ‘shirk’. Shirk literally means sharing or associating partners. In Islamic terms it means associating partners with Allah and is equivalent to idolatry.
b.       Shirk is greatest sin which Allah will never forgive:
The Holy Quran describes the greatest sin in Surah Nisa:
“Allah forgives not that partners should be set up with him; but he forgives anything else, to whom he pleases; to set up Partners with Allah.
Is to devise a sin Most heinous indeed” (Al-Quran 4:48)
The same message is repeated in Surah Nisa:
“Allah forgives not (the sin of) joining other gods with him; but he forgives whom he pleases other sins than this: one who joins Other gods with Allah, has strayed far, far away (From the Right).” (Al-Quran 4:116)
c.       Shirk leads to hell fire:
The Quran says in Surah Maidah:
“They do blaspheme who say: ‘Allah is Christ the son Mary.’ But said Christ: ‘O Children of Israel! Worship Allah, my Lord and your Lord’. Whoever joins other gods with Allah – Allah will forbid him The Garden, and the Fire will be his abode. There will for the wrongdoers be no one to help.” (Al-Quran 5:72)
d.      Worship and obedience to none but Allah:
The Quran mentions is Surah Al-Imran:
Say: “O people of the Book! Come to common terms between us and you: That we worship None but Allah; that we associate No Partners with Him; That we erect not, From among ourselves, lords and patrons Other than Allah.”
If then they turn back, say ye: “bear witness hat we (at least) are Muslims (bowing to Allah’s Will).” (Al-Quran 3:64)

The Holy Quran says:
“Revile not ye those whom they call upon besides Allah, lest they out of spite revile Allah in their ignorance.” (Al-Quran 6:108)
“And if all the trees on earth were pens and the ocean (were ink), with seven oceans behind it To add to its (supply), yet would not the Words of Allah be exhausted (in the writing): for Allah is exalted in power, full of wisdom: (AL-Quran 31:27)
“O men! Here is a parable set forth! Listen to it! Those On whom, besides Allah, you call, cannot create (Even) a fly, if they all Met together for the purpose! And if the fly should snatch away anything from them, they would have no power to release it from the fly. Feeble are those who petition!” (Al-Quran 22:73)

And all Praise be to Allah, the Lord, Creator, Cherisher and Sustainer of all the Worlds!


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