Tawhid (Arabic: توحيد tawḥīd, meaning doctrine of "the oneness" of God; also transliterated as Tawheed and Tauheed) is the concept of monotheism as taught by Ibraheem (Abraham), Issac, Jacob, Ishmael, Jesus, Muhammad, Confucius, etc. Peace and Blessings upon all the righteous servants of The God! It is the faith's most fundamental concept and holds that Allah (Arabic: meaning “The God” is One God.) If it pleases The Most High, I wish to show the relationship and “link” as you will between the followers of Abraham, Moses, Ishmael, Isaac, Jesus, Muhammad, Confucius and others! They ALL worshiped GOD (GOODNESS) and taught those who followed them, to DO THE SAME. To some, that meant “doing good unceasingly” as in Buddhism. There have always been those who’ve had the “message to humankind” from The God among ALL the nations. Generally about the Oneness of God, yet including other questions, such as the immaculate conception, whether Blacks or Whites were here first, and was Jesus and the prophets Black or White. Why some "White" people HATE "Black" people... and more!
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