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word, Torah. The majority of Christians idolize Jesus against his will (see Matthews 7:23) by considering him a god, or son of God, or part of a triune god. The Muslims idolize Muhammad against his will, and uphold satanic inventions attributed to him. Ironically, the Jewish downfall and the Muslim downfall are identical; both uphold what they call Hadith and Sunnah in Arabic or Mishnah and Gemarah in Hebrew. In other words, the Muslims have been tricked by Satan into inventing their own Talmud.
One look at the daily practices of Muslims shows clearly that they have abandoned God and His final Prophet Muhammad. The vast majority of so-called Muslims do not do their ablution (Wuduu’) in accordance with God’s instructions that came to us through Muhammad’s mouth. The Qur’anic commandment in 5:6 dictates that we shall do the ablution as follows:
(1) Wash your face.
(2) Wash your arms to the elbow.
(3) Wipe your head.
(4) Wash your feet.
However, the so-called Muslims follow the man-made instructions dictating nine or ten steps. Satan, of course, exploited our deep love for the Prophet and told us that this is how the Prophet did his abolition. Unfortunately, the majority of Muslims fell for the trick.
God’s words that came out of Muhammad’s mouth and were written down by his own hand ( see Muslim Perspective of April 1986) dictate that we shall not say our contact prayers (Salat) in an unaudible voice (see 17:110).
Satan, however, took possession of all four Sunni Imams (Shafei, Abu Haneefah, Ibn Hanbal and Malik) and through them dictated on the Muslims that the Noon Prayer, the Afternoon Prayer, the third unit of the Sunset Prayer, and the third and fourth units of the Night Prayer must be done silently. This clear defiance of God and his messenger is practiced every day by the people who do believe in God and who do observe the contact prayers (Salat). This particular point illustrates the truthfulness of the Qur’anic verses at the top of this issue.
The words of God that came to us through Muhammad’s mouth and written down with his own hands command us to mention no names besides God’s during our worship practices (see 20:14 & 72:18). The vast majority of Muslims flagrantly disobey God and His Final Prophet by mentioning the name of their idol, Muhammad, during the Azan (Call for Prayer) and commemorate Muhammad and His family, and Abraham and his family even during their contact prayers (Salat). Again, we are talking here about believers in God who actually observe the daily prayers.
The Almighty God informs us that Qur’an is COMPLETE, PERFECT, FULLY DETAILED, AND SHALL BE THE ONLY SOURCE OF RELIGIOUS INFORMATION (see 6:19, 38 &114). But the Muslims do not believe their Creator; they have four additional sources of religious guidance:
(1) Hadith (satanic fabrications attributed to Muhammad).
(2) Sunna (satanic practices attributed to Muhammad).
(3) Ijmaa’ (unanimous decisions of certain scholars).
(4) Qiyaas (analogy)
It should be noted that the Qur’an informs us that as soon
as we reject the Qur’an’s completeness and perfection, God’s curse falls on us and causes total isolation from Qur’an and its glorious message (see 17:45 & 18:57). Furthermore, God Almighty makes it a physical impossibility for the rejectors of Qur’an’s completeness to enter Heaven (see 7:40). The vast majority of so-called Muslims even challenge God; they ask, “If Qur’an is complete and perfect (as claimed by God), where do we find the number of Rak’aas (units) of the Contact Prayers (Salat)?” Due to their isolation from Qur’an, these unfortunate souls do not realize that Qur’an tells us that the five Salat prayers were already in existence and practiced as we do them today when the Qur’an was revealed. Qur’an informs us that Salat came through Abraham, the founder of Islam (see 22:78).
Qur’an deals only with altered matter when dealing with Salat, such as the ablution and the tone of voice. The number of Rak’aas is universally uniform; there are no violations of that. The Morning Prayer is universally and uniformly two Rak’aas. The same is true with the other four contact prayers, as far as the number of Rak’aas is concerned. Thus, the vast majority of Muslim challenge God and His Final Prophet by asking: “If Qur’an is complete and detailed,……”
One of the powerful commandments in Qur’an, one that is repeated a few times in the strongest terms and associated with the admonition to “listen and obey” (see 2:136, 2:285, 3:84, 4:150, 27:59, and 37:181), orders us never to give any distinction to any particular messenger of God. The so-called Muslims, again, defied God and His messenger by idolizing the Prophet against his will. A visitor to any “Muslim” country will notice that Muhammad’s name.
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