Serve God as individuals

Since the time of Adam God has dealt with His servants as individuals. He created every person on the face of the earth, and each will come before Him as an individual on the Day of Judgement. He does not share His kingship with anyone and He has never allowed any of His servants – not even prophets – to forcibly impose any of His prescribed limits on anyone.

The religionists were not requested by God to build a building called ‘God’s house’. They built a cubical stone structure which began life as a temple and is now an idol in the middle of another temple – one which is no different from the temples the ‘Muslims’ regard as pagan.

No matter what we want to believe, we cannot go against the truth from God when He says the Arabs are the worst community. Translators are forced to exonerate the Arabs by saying the word a’robi mentioned in the Reading refers to the Bedouins or a special brand of the Arab race. God is explicit in everything. The word a’robi has nothing to do with the Bedouins. The Bedouins are called Baduu-na-fil-A’robi – a term which is also found in the Reading. The word a’robi means the Arabs in general including the city-dwellers.

And those who are around you from the Arabs are hypocrites and from the people of the City. They persist in hypocrisy and whilst you may not know them, We know them. (9:101)

The Reading was good on the day it was revealed; it is good at present and it will remain good until the Day of Judgement. When it refers to the Arabs it means just that: Arabs. The Arabs must solve the problem among themselves of identifying the guilty ones. Meanwhile nobody can change the truth in the Reading and none can abrogate the verses to say something nice about the non-believing Arabs. Unless they repent and believe in the Reading, God condemns these people forever. The question is: will they admit their wrongdoings and will they repent?

Perhaps the innocent Arabs may find the answer if they ask themselves the significance of an orderly way of life towards peacefulness with the following:

  • Is there a concept of the house of God for peacefulness?
  • Can they attain global peace by cherishing a rock structure and called it God’s house?
  • What has the stone house and a little black granite, two outcropping rocks, a copper block, and stone pillars got to do with God?
  • What kind of peacefulness towards mankind can they achieved when they perform the religious rites around a rock structure built by their own hands?

These ideas are not found in the Reading.

From being a reconstructed cubical house surrounded by sand forty years ago, the ‘Ka’aba’ is now a lavish building with Italian marble floor fitted with water pumps to channel the refrigerated ‘reverse-osmosis’ water from beneath the cube house (which they claim to be holy). On the Arab soil everything and anything is possible with a little bit of imagination. The rocks can be made divine and the desalinated seawater can be made sacred.

The religionists pronounced only two magic words – ‘Zam-Zam’ – without having to Houdinise the process to turn the sea water to become ‘Holy’. Today Muslims all over the world will include 20-50 litres of Zam-Zam water in their excess baggage to take home.

Only the religionists could come up with an idea as ridiculous as placing God’s house in Mecca and then making the Devil His neighbour in nearby Mina.

As far as the poor visitors are concerned, they are not interested in the true meaning of the word u’mro-ata or Haj because these words are in Arabic. They leave the language to the religionists. Their main concern is to perform the u’mrah and the Haj even if they have to bow and prostrate to the local mountain rocks.

Fairy tales to strengthen the conspiracies

The Reading does not say where Abraham was born or where he lived. But it does say that the Torah and the Injeel were not revealed until long after him. At the same time the Reading confirms that the Arab race had never received any messenger or prophet before Muhammad. Thus, simple logic dictates that Abraham did not go to Mecca with Ishmael (please read the sections on U’mra and Haj). With this simple realisation, the whole illusion the religionists would have us believe turns to dust.

The religionists contend that Abraham was travelling on Arab soil with his wife and son, Ishmael. They say he abandoned the wife and baby in the middle of the desert and went away – a poor testament to the imam of the people appointed by God.

The story goes on to say that while Abraham’s son was crying, his mother left him in the desert and started running left and right between the tops of the two hills. As the baby was kicking his legs on the ground, suddenly a gush of water sprung from the ground.

The religionists have named this place the Safa and Marwah – actually rock outcropping deities found within the precincts of the temple. The Muslims around the world are not aware of the Arab love of worshipping rocks.

Today, the religionists make the Muslims worship the two rock outcroppings by making it mandatory to traverse between them seven times when paying homage to the square rock idol. They call such rites as the sa’ei – another religious rite of the ancient pagan Arabs. Again, it is important to note that this peculiar word is not found anywhere in the Reading.

They also claim that the water that gushed from the ground was sacred and have called it zam-zam water. The Reading neglects to tell us any of this. Today we see a systematic flow of reverse osmosis water drawn by a water pump installed beneath the stone house, which draws its water from the city to supply the mosque.

The religionists continue their deception with another tale. Abraham is said to have built God’s house at the spot where the spring water was gushing. They corrupted verses 2:125 and 22:26 to strengthen the fairy tale. The life and death of the Arab religion depends on a contorted reading of 2:125. Even if the truth is not exposed now, sooner or later people will know. God’s system is never changeable and the truth will always prevail.

If we read both verses we discover:

Wa-‘ahidna ilaa-Ibrohima wa-Ismael-la an-tho-hiror bayti-ya lit thor-iffin wal-a’kiffi-na war-roka’is sujud. (2:125)

And We instructed Abraham and Ishmael to cleanse My system for throngs of people, and for those who are devoted and those who humble themselves consentingly. (2:125)

Wa-izbaw-na li-ibrohim makanal bayti al-laa tushrik-bi shai-a’in wa-tho-hir bayti-ya lit-thor-iffin-na wal-qo-emeen-na war-roka’is-sujud. (22:26)

And when we appointed for Abraham a place in the system: that You shall not associate anything with Me, and cleanse My System for the groups of people, and those who uphold, and those who humble themselves consentingly. (22:26)

Although many other words were corrupted in 2:125, I am highlighting only three words from this verse to show the repetition in 22:26. In the next two chapters I will demonstrate the fact that the religionists changed the meaning of these words from those they are meant to have. I will do this by comparing them with the usage of the same words in other verses. Let’s get some basics down first. According to the Arab religion:

  1. The word bayti-ya in the two verses signifies God’s house. In other words, the 627 square foot stone house in Mecca belongs to God and is a place where He lives.
  2. The word lit-tho-iffin in the two verses means those who walk around it. In other words the faithful walk around it (the cube) anti-clockwise.
  3. The word war-roka’is-sujud in the two verses means those who bow down and prostrate. As in point two, the faithful are required to add this to their liturgy if they are to be counted among God’s people.

There are no verses that corroborate these assertions. The distortions have created a great impact on the lives of billions of people around the world. I hope the Muslims will come to their senses and see the seriousness of the conspiracy and the price they have had to pay for being ignorant of God’s Scripture and for following the religionists blindly. Perhaps they will ponder on what the Reading says about the blindness of the hearts:

It is not the eyes that go blind, but it is the heart inside the chest that goes blind. (22:46)

Every individual is given the freedom to think and to question all matters that may effect their life. That is the fundamental right God gave to everyone. The religionists will take away this freedom from those who follow their teachings. As long as Muslims continue to be subservient to their religious masters without employing these special gifts from God – they will remain to be what they are today. What is wrong with asking question? Is it a crime? I can assure the readers – the highest rabbi in the world, the pope, ayatollahs, scholars, spiritual leaders, saints, priests, monks and mullahs – none of them could handle anyone who confront them with objective questions. Read your books critically and try them today!

For sincere Muslims, the Reading clearly says:

Shall I seek other than God as a source of law when He revealed to you the Scripture fully detailed? Even those who receive the previous Scripture recognise that it came down from your Lord truthfully. Therefore you shall not harbour any doubt. (6:114)

The word of your Lord is complete in truth and justice. Nothing can abrogate His words. He is the hearer and the knower. (6:115) If you follow the majority of people on earth – they will divert you from the path of God. They only follow conjecture – and they only guess (6:116).

After reading the above verses – try to pose a question to any rabbi or priest in the Arab religion – why do they need the extra Quranic laws in Islam? They will pick some verses from the Reading and quote it out of context like ‘Obey God and obey the messenger‘ implying that Obeying God is to obey the Quran and obeying the messenger means to obey the sayings (hadith) of the prophet written by their imams who appeared more than 150 years after his death. These imams admitted they collected these sayings from sources who claimed they heard the stories from others. All the sharia laws in the Islamic countries are formulated from these extra Quranic writings and none of them can be found in the Quran.

It is our freedom that decides

who we are and who

we choose to be.

We do not have to be who

we used to be.

People who make a different

choice are people who

make a different

world.