So there you are! The very basic foundational belief of the Wahhabis is not only a shaky ground but it is absolutely false! So would you like to follow the Tawhid as taught by the Beloved Prophet (sal Allahu alayhi wasallam) to his Ummah, or follow of the Tawhids of Ibn Taimiyya and ibn Abdul Wahhab? Remember: No where it is stated that following the three Tawhids will take you to Paradise. On the other hand, note these couple from among the many ahadith:
The Prophet (sal Allahu alayhi wasallam) said: "Whoever witnesses that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is Allah's Messenger, Allah forbids the Fire from touching him." [Narrated by Bukhari and Muslim from `Ubada ibn al-Samit.] Ibn Hajar in Fath al-Bari, book of riqaq ch. 14 (1989 ed. 11:324) says that the hadiths of "Allah forbids the Fire from touching him" are even more explicit than those of "Allah will enter him into Paradise" in establishing that the one who declares Allah's oneness is saved even if he does not heed the orders and the prohibitions.
And another: The Prophet (sal Allahu alayhi wasallam) said: "Whoever says there is no god but Allah enters Paradise even if he commits adultery and even if he steals (i.e. even if he commits great sins)." (Nasa'i, Tabarani and others from Abu al-Darda' - sahih)
In fact, in his Encyclopedia of Islamic Doctrine Shaykh Hisham Kabbani has compiled 40 Hadiths on the merits of saying LA ILAHA ILL-ALLA. Therefore, it cannot be gainsaid that Salvation lies in following sincerely whatever word the Holy Prophet (sal Allahu alayhi wasallam) has brought to us – and not in the innovation of the three Tawhids!
2. He also taught that the Muslims have declined from the 4th century onwards and fell into idolatry and that idolatry was rampant in Makkah and Madinah.
3. He also taught that the Muslims of his age were in the depth of kufr and shirk even more than that of the Musrikeen of Makkah.
4. He taught that it is permissable to spill their blood and loot their property and that their testimony of faith [recitation of the kalimah] was invalid.
5. He taught that the four madh-habs were shirk as the Muslims were worshipping the Imaams as the Jews and the Christians worshipped their priests and Rabbis.
6. He taught that the annual celebration of Milaad un-Nabi was shirk because the people who do so were raising the Prophet to the level of god-hood as the Christians did with Jesus.