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Prophet Abraham was indeed a monotheistic prophet and this
was manifested in all his conduct. Allah, therefore, says the following when
describing him: {Verily, Ibrâhim (Abraham) was an Ummah (a leader having all
the good righteous qualities), or a nation, obedient to Allâh, Hanifa (i.e. to
worship none but Allâh), and he was not one of those who were Al-Mushrikûn
(polytheists, idolaters, disbelievers in the Oneness of Allâh, and those who
joined partners with Allâh).}
(An-Nahl:120)

He (pbuh) grew up among polytheists. Even his father was one of the idolaters,
and carved and served the idols. Abraham argued with his father and people: {And
(remember) when Ibrâhim (Abraham) said to his father Azar: “Do you take idols
as âlihâ (gods)? Verily, I see you and your people in manifest error.”}
(Al-An’âm:74)
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