Laa Ilaaha Illallah - There is no god but Allah. This statement (of faith) has two pillars.
Ø The first: “There is no god” is to deny that the true divinity (the right of worship) belongs to other than Allah.
Ø The second: To affirm that Allah alone is worthy of
Allah (swt) said:
“And when Abraham said to his father and his people: ‘I totally disown what you worship’.” (43: 27).
It is not enough to only worship Allah, but this worship must be reserved exclusively to Him. The Unicity (Tawheed) is only valid when we proclaim that Allah is unique while disavowing polytheism and its followers.
It is reported that “The key to paradise” is: “There is no god but Allah.” However, do all people who pronounce it deserve that all the gates of Paradise are opened for them? Is the statement “There is no god but Allah” not the key to paradise? This is definitely the case, but each key has teeth. So if you bring a key that has teeth (with the correct teeth), that door shall be opened to you, otherwise it will not be opened for you.