Very Embarrassing Question to all Mohamedans:
How Many Words in Your Adhãn?
The Mohamedans, like the Christians before them, idolize their prophet against his will. Thus, the Quran that came to us through the Prophet Muhammad's mouth enjoins us from uttering any name beside the name of God during our worship practices (72:18). But the Mohamedans insist upon putting the name of their idol next to God's name - from the Shahãdah to the Adhãn to the Salãt prayers. This, by definition, is Shirk (idolatry).
Additionally, the Quran, out of Muhammad's mouth, informs us in so many verses that it is "complete, perfect, and fully detailed" (6:19, 38, 114; 7:52; 11:1; 12:111; 41:3). The Mohamedans, of course, do not believe their idol; they attribute to him what Satan gave them under the names "Hadith & Sunna."
OK, Here is an "Authentic" Hadith
Because of his limited knowledge, Satan puts his followers in difficult positions. For example:
In two of the Mohamedans' most respected books of "authentic" Hadith, Tirmizy and Nasa'i, we see a Hadith wherein the Prophet proclaims that the Adhãn consists of 19 words.
OK, let us count the words of Adhãn practiced in the "Muslim" world:
(1) Allahu (2) Akbar
Thus, the Mohamedans disobey their own idol by adding 5 extra words to the Adhãn!! There are only two phrases in the Mohamedans' Adhãn that consist of 5 words: 'Ash-hadu Allã Elãha Ellã Allãh," and 'Ash-hadu Anna Muhammadan Rasool Allãh."
If the Mohamedans really want to obey the Prophet, they will have to remove one of these two statements: “Ash-hadu Allã Elãha Ellã Allãh" (I bear witness that there is no god beside God) or “Ash-hadu Anna Muhammadan Rasool Allãh" (I bear witness that Muhammad is a messenger of God). The question is: Which one will it be?
Very Simple, Powerful Discovery by Sheh Adam of Minna, Nigeria
This discovery confirms that we must pray 2 Rak'as in the first prayer, 4 in the second, 4 in the third, 3 in the fourth, and 4 in the fifth. These numbers, written next to each other give:
2 1 4 2 4 3 3 4 4 5 (a multiple of 19)
This specifies the number of Rak'as in each one of the 5 daily prayers (Salat). Note that the numbers of Rak'as in the 5 prayers are: 24434, a multiple of 19. Shehu Adam inserted the number of each prayer
New Discoveries by M. Abib & A. Arik
Mahmoud counted the word "Allah" in every verse whose number is a multiple of 19. The total in these verses throughout the Quran is 133 19x7. Allahu Akbar.
Abdullah numbered the 17 Rak'as (units) of the 5 Salat prayers from 1 to 17. Following the number of each Rak'a, he put the number of the sura that we must recite in each Rak'a (Sura 1): 1 1 2 1 31 4 1 5 1 6 1 7 1 8 1 9 1 10 1 11 1 12 1 13 1 14 1 15 1 16 1 17 1
This number is a multiple of 19; it confirms that Sura 1 must be recited in every Rak'a.