Is Islam Monotheistic or Polytheistic?

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Islam is one of the three major religions of the world. The other two are Christianity and Judaism. Islam is a monotheistic religion, not polytheistic. An example of a polytheistic religion is Hinduism.
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Islam is a monotheistic faith , it emphasizes on the worship of one God, Allah Almighty.
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Monotheistic is the doctrine or belief that there is but one God. Polytheistic
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It probably seems totally crazy, not to mention barbaric :-) I am presently a "devil may care" agnostic, but I was born into Hinduism. I have studied all kinds of scriptures
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Mono means one, and theistic refers to god, so the whole word means belief in one god. Poly means many, so polytheistic means belief in many gods. You should have asked this in the
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