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Therefore, we are reaching out to our brother Muslims for whatever assistance
or advice you can offer.
We are attempting to open a more formal dialogue with our brothers of
Submitters Perspective, for we of the El Tawheed Nation are committed
and devoted to bringing forth the truth. It is only the truth that can
cure and heal the great wounds of the Muslim Ulemah. We have loyal and
dedicated brothers throughout the entire prison system and several brothers
in society who have been paroled from the prison system. We are building,
although our task is difficult.
We await your response. Until then, may Allah bless you and reward you.
Your brother in faith and brotherhood, the El Tawheed Nation.
Submitters: Who are they?
A Submitter can be defined as a person who submits to the will
of God. The state of Submission, which can only take place between
the person and God Almighty, is considered to be the only acceptable
form of worship by God. Therefore, Submission is not just a name
of a religion, rather it describes one’s devotion to God alone.
Submission is a religion whereby one recognizes God’s absolute
authority, and reaches a conviction that God alone possesses all
power; no other entity possesses any power that is independent of
Him. The natural result of such a realization is to devote one’s
life and one’s worship absolutely to God alone. This is the
First Commandment in all the scriptures, including the Old Testament,
the New Testament and the Final Testament (Deuteronomy 6:4-5,
Mark 12:29-30, Quran 3:18).
How can we know if we might qualify to be called a Submitter? The
minimum criteria to be a Submitter are given in the following verses.
Surely, those who believe,
those who are Jewish, the Christians,
and the converts; anyone who
(1) believes in God, and
(2) believes in the Last Day, and
(3) leads a righteous life,
will receive their recompense from their Lord.
They have nothing to fear, nor will they grieve. (Quran 2:62, 5:69)