He who affirms Tauhid will enter paradise
Allah said in the Qur’an: “Indeed, Abraham was a [comprehensive] leader, devoutly obedient to Allah, inclining toward truth, and he was not of those who associate others with Allah.” (Nahli, 120).
The Almighty again said about those that will enter paradise, “And they who do not associate anything with their Lord”(Al-Muninun, 59)
A hadith has been related from Husain ibn Abdul-Rahman, he said: “One day I was seated at Said ibn Jubair’s place when he said to me, “who saw the moon that fell yesterday? I said, I saw it, and I was not praying when I saw it but what happened was that I was unable to sleep because I was stung by a scorpion. He said and what did you do when you were stung by a scorpion? I said I blew prayer on it. He asked why did you blow prayer on it? I said it was because of what Sha’abiyyu related to me. He then asked “then between you and Sha’abiyyu who told you it is halal to blow du’a? I said it was Buraida ibn Husaib that told us it was halal to blow du’a in two instances only. These are against witchcraft and poisoning.
He then said indeed what you have related is true but what I heard is from Ibn Abbas who heard the Prophet (PBUH) say, “I was shown some people and a prophet in their midst then I was again shown three people and a prophet, I was again shown a prophet all by himself. I again saw a large number of people and I asked are these my ummah?” I was told that they were Prophet Moses and his people. I looked again and I saw another group with many people. I was told these are your ummah. I was told that apart from them there were another 70,000 from among my ummah who will enter Jannah without interrogation of punishment.”
The Prophet (PBUH) got up and went into the house. The sahaba discussed amongst themselves who were those 70,000? Some said they were the Prophet’s sahaba, others said they could be those who were born into Islam and have never associated Allah with any partner.
That was how the debate continued as
they tried to figure out who the 70,000 were.
The Prophet (PBUH) came out and they told him about the debate they were having. The Prophet (PBUH) said, “they are those who do not blow prayer in their entire lives and they do not engage in lalas (heated iron used with the belief that it would cure ailment) and superstition; it is Allah alone upon Whom the rely. There and then one of the sahaba whose name was Ukasha ibn Muhsin said, ‘O Prophet, pray to Allah to place among those seventy thousand.’ The Prophet said you are among them. Another sahaba also said, ‘O Prophet pray for me, too, to be among the seventy thousand.’ But the Prophet said Ukasha did that before you. Section Four: Caution against shirk
Allah (SWT) says in the Exalted Qur’an: “And [mention, O Muhammad], when Abraham said, “My Lord, make this city [Makkah] secure and keep me and my sons away from worshipping idols.” (Ibrahim, 35)
In a hadith, the Prophet (PBUH) said: “What I fear very much for my ummah is small shirk.” The Prophet was asked, what was small shirk? He said, “There is riya (that is doing something for other than Allah).” Ibn Mas’ud on the other hand, said the Prophet said: “Anyone who dies associating partner with Allah will reside in Hell. (Related by Bukhari). But Muslim said, from Jabir (RA) that the Prophet (PBUH) said: “He who returns to Allah without associating partners with Him will enter Aljannah, whereas he who returns to Him a shirk to Him, will reside in Hell.”
The Almighty again said about those that will enter paradise, “And they who do not associate anything with their Lord”