In this article, it has been endeavored to analyze the Oneness of Allah mentioned in the lines of Abu Qais Bin Al-Aslat. His name was Amer Bin Jashm bin Malik, and it was said Al Harith, and as for Al Aslat, it was his father’s title. He was a great poet from the poets of Al-Auos Jahiliyyah, as Ibn Salam Al Jamhi considered him one of the stallions of poetry Al-Madinah Al-Five. He was wise and of good opinion and led his people in the war. He thought that who ran away from Moses, and the Lord of perfect servants, who is like that? So, he said: “The Lord of the servants is the God of Moses. This poetry indicates uniformity in four aspects because the expression Lord, the servants, the god of Moses, and to avoid the difficult, etc.”. Each of them denotes monotheism and its detail. This is because the Lord is the self who grows and raises everything and increases it day by day until he reaches him to his intended home. In short, that monotheism was an ignorant poetic topic. Abu Qais bin Al Aslat Al Auosi was from Al Hanafi. His knowledge of religious issues was wide and wide. The remainder of himself, his qualities, and the belongings of his qualities were transmitted in the Jahili Arabs. That your solution to polytheism on God and his family does not determine the lights of monotheism.
Keywords: Analyze, Oneness, Stallions of Poetry, lines, Jahilya Poetry, Monotheism, Polytheism