Author: Shaykh Sa’id Foudh
Publisher: Sunni publication, Rotterdam
February,2013

Exploring the scopes and lateral dimensions of Islamic theology, the author of this work, Shaykh Said Foudh has taken it upon himself to illuminate the foundational beliefs of Islam and tenets of faith as based on the intellect and to demonstrate their congruity and non-contradiction to sciences of logic and theology.
 Through this, it examines the foundations of Islamic theology. He says: “knowledge of theology is one of the important branches of knowledge and is prominent of the Islamic sciences. Theology seeks to explain the creed that a Muslim is obligated to believe with absolute certainty. It also explains the Muslim’s positions in the universe and what is sought from him in this religion. For this reason, it is individually obligatory upon all Muslims to learn it.
The Foundational Proofs of Imam al-Sanusi is one of the basic works in Islamic theology and is considered historically as an elemental text in traditional Islamic education, studied for centuries and memorized by children throughout the Islamic world, The Foundational Proofs offers the readers methodologies of Islamic doctrine that satisfies the mind and the heart alike. In this age of mass confusion and intellectual malaise, where fundamental Islamic beliefs are misunderstood is championed as faith; The Foundational Proofs explains the tenets of faith and supports them both rationally and textually. 
The further remarkable point of this great work is the engagements and relevant additions of Shaykh Said Foudah, one of the world’s leading Islamic theologians today, who presents Imam al-Sanusi's work with the interlineal commentary of Imam Ahmad b. Isa al-Ansari and engaging and detailed footnotes collated from a variety of famous commentaries, such as those by Imam Al-Bajuri, Imam al-Battawi, Imam al-Sawi, Imam al-Marghani, and others, as well as his own insightful comments. 
One of the most important tasks for a person to engage in is earnest research into the doctrines of the Islamic faith. That is because the religion of Islam is based upon proofs and sound evidence; it does not contradict science or violate the fundamentals of rationality. Fundamentally, the religion of Islam is based upon rationality, and at the same time, on the other hand, it is true that it does not ignore the emotional aspect of religion, faith that is not grounded in the intellect is not considered perfect faith, nor is it capable of withstanding or confronting false beliefs, specious arguments, or the doubts that are spread in each age. Here Shaykh Sa`id Foudah has taken it upon himself to explicate the foundational beliefs of Islam and tenets of faith based on the intellect, and to demonstrate their congruity and non-contradiction to the sciences of logic and science.
To him, The science of Divine oneness (Tawhid) is tremendous important. It is especially obligatory up on the Muslims in this age to increase their dedication to it because the common Muslims even those who claim to be among them have become unaware of even that which is decisive in their creedal doctrine. They no longer distinguish between matters of creed and matters of Jurisprudence.
The back cover of Sanusi Creed //www.islamicinsites.in/?m=1


In this work, it mainly undermines through two parts of foundational believes; first of which had been espouses the entity of God and his attributes and in the second part ha makes a common ground of some local theological issues likewise the Messengers, the Angels, the Revealed books and etc., Even though the Ummul Barahin is a confined work of with least analysis of fundamental foundational believes Shaikkh Said Foudh fetches major discussions and notions of different scholars by having some preferable notes and remarks by him. Bringing of rational proofs to have evidently clarifications is one of the most prominent salient features of this work.
There for, to enhance the theological mere principles and values of Islam, Shaikh Said Foudha put forward severe refutations towards the heretical innovated sects in Islamic theology with the strong support of the mere rational evidences. Sometimes, author had quoted many proportionate views of different scholars throughout the world who had been an ardent follower Asharit Sunni position.