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Four Foundations and Three Fundamental Principles

Usool ath Thalatha and Qawaid Arba'a

Usool ath Thalatha and Qawaid Arba’a

In our last post, we discussed the importance of Kitab at Tawheed. Shaikh Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab has written two other books that act as add-on to his book on Tawheed. The books are Qawa’id al Arba’ah (Four Foundations) and Thalathatul Usool (Three Fundamental Principles).

Four Foundations is a book that has four major points in understanding what is shirk (polytheism) and helps a person improve their level of tawheed (monotheism). Three Fundamental Principles deals with the three questions that every person will be asked in the grave after he/she dies.

These books are among the most important books for a Muslim to begin learning the religion. As Shaikh ibn Abdul Wahhab says at the beginning of Three Fundamental Principles, these are points which every Muslim should know. These books have also been explained by Shaikh Salih al Fawzaan and have been translated into the English language for English speakers to benefit from.

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2 Responses to "Four Foundations and Three Fundamental Principles"

  1. Umm Ridhwaan LB says:

    As salaamu alaikum wa rahmatullah
    I do appreciate your efforts in providing these classic texts for the English readers. However, I want to bring to your attention that you have misspelled the name of our illustrious Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih Al-‘Uthaymeen, rahimuhullah incorrectly on this title:
    Explanation of the Three Fundamental
    Principles
    of Islaam
    (Rough Draft)
    by
    Shaykh Muhammad ibn gaalih al-‘Uthaymeen
    Prepared by Fahd ibn Naasir ibn Ibraaheem as-Sulaymaan
    Translated by Aboo Talhah
    Daawood ibn Ronald Burbank

    Please seek to correct this immediately, as it will bring more credibility and authenticity to your site. Then people like myself will have no problem in downloading what you have to offer.

    Baarakullahu feekum …..Umm Ridhwaan

    1. WHA says:

      Wa alaykum as-salamu wa rahmatullah. Thank you, but we did not write the e-book. We merely provided it for download. And I hardly think a single typo detracts from the credibility of the book or the website. It’s not uncommon for published books to have typos here and there.

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