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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: Trumps Chief Of Staff
« Last post by Walter Josh on Today at 12:18:28 PM »
A reflection.
Following his election victory, the camera showed massive
crowds continuously coming and going in Trump Tower,
and for what purpose??? Likely to kiss the ring,
raising their profile and advancing their interests.
The greatest leaders in history were visionary, secure
within themselves, abhorring the mobs; and surrounded by
only a few loyalists. They were told, not asked, what to do
and those who failed were dismissed.
A CoS is not the solution to Trump's erratic leadership.

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Religion Forum / Re: 💣Muhammad: A Short Biography
« Last post by Solar on Today at 12:16:51 PM »
Everything is sourced. I did accidentally forget to source the Qur'an 2:193 quote but that is corrected now.

There are ways you can authenticate quotes online. You can copy-paste the reference to search engine and see what pops up. However, I use the Darussalam publication of most every hadith quote. There is no universal system for referencing hadith. Online versions tend to use a different referencing system than the books do.

You can also copy-paste portions of a quote and search for authenticity that way. I have found that is a good way to use when all other options are off the table. But some sources you cannot find online other than what I've put there. Sometimes you have to own the book since there are many Islamic sources not found online. There are also many important Islamic works not translated into English yet. Tafsir Al-Qurtubi, for example, only has two surahs translated to keep the western public from going into mass hysteria. That tafsir will never be finished in English -- and even if it does it won't be a translator as good as Bewley.
You're missing the point, it is incumbent upon you to source your material, be it Wiki or whatever, this keeps the forum out of trouble.
This goes for any post! We have thousands of readers who come here for the truth and tend to assume everything posted has been sourced. If you want to post opinions, that's fine, but when you quote actual pages from anything, it must be accompanied by a source link.
Do I make myself clear?
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Religion Forum / Re: 💣Muhammad: A Short Biography
« Last post by Ploughboy on Today at 12:09:00 PM »
Everything is sourced. I did accidentally forget to source the Qur'an 2:193 quote but that is corrected now.

There are ways you can authenticate quotes online. You can copy-paste the reference to search engine and see what pops up. However, I use the Darussalam publication of most every hadith quote. There is no universal system for referencing hadith. Online versions tend to use a different referencing system than the books do.

You can also copy-paste portions of a quote and search for authenticity that way. I have found that is a good way to use when all other options are off the table. But some sources you cannot find online other than what I've put there. Sometimes you have to own the book since there are many Islamic sources not found online. There are also many important Islamic works not translated into English yet. Tafsir Al-Qurtubi, for example, only has two surahs translated to keep the western public from going into mass hysteria. That tafsir will never be finished in English -- and even if it does it won't be a translator as good as Bewley.

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Religion Forum / Re: 💣Muhammad: A Short Biography
« Last post by Solar on Today at 11:32:42 AM »
So my topic is deleted after I prove I am the author of it and can source all information. Sorry but that will not fly. There are no conservatives who are Islam sympathizers. Feel free to debate me if you like. I'm good with that. I destroyed an Imam a week go in a debate after effortlessly busting him in one lie after the other. Muslims don't want westerners to know their beliefs. So I'd so much rather be banned from this forum than be senselessly censored. Again, you are free to debate me. But you will lose.



https://www.amazon.com/Life-Muhammad-I-Ishaq/dp/0196360331

https://kitaabun.com/shopping3/life-muhammad-translation-ishaqs-sirat-rasul-allah-p-760.html?page=27

https://furqaanbookstore.com/the-life-of-muhammad-translation-of-ibn-ishaq-s-sirat-rasul-all.html

http://www.islamicbookstore.com/b3828.html

I am a master of literature and incapable of losing a debate to anyone over what is authentic. I know authentic literature from forgeries. The Sira of Ibn Ishaq is no forgery. But all that exist of this is the translation from Alfred Guillaume. The original was destroyed in WWII if my memory serves me right. Almost every Sirah derives from Ibn Ishaq. The Ash Shifa is also authentic and the most loved Sirah in Islam.
That's all I asked, that you credit the source. What you did earlier could have cost me money in court if the original author decided to sue for copyright violations.
Regardless, now you own it and I am in no way responsible for the content. See how that works?
This goes for anything you post here, if it appears to be your words, then say so, otherwise, when you quote something, you must source it, that's the law!
If you do not quote source, you will be banned immediately, so make sure you understand copyright laws in the future.

As to Muscums, you'll get no argument from me, their political system disguised as a religion is in complete opposition to our Constitution.
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Religion Forum / Re: 💣Muhammad: A Short Biography
« Last post by Ploughboy on Today at 11:26:36 AM »
Keep in mind that this is a short little biography I made to help westerners learn everything they need to know about Muhammad. Since all muslims are expected to follow the Sunnah of Muhammad in all things, in all places, and at all times, it would be good to understand Muhammad's state of mind before supporting Islamic emigration. Muslims emigrate only for jihad. The following comes from the Sharia which is Islamic law based on the Qur'an and Sunnah.

Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh):

Provisions Of The Afterlife: Which Lie Within Prophetic Guidance (translation by Ismail Abdus Salaam), pp.260-263,


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His Guidance Concerning Jihaad
"Jihaad is the peak of Islaam which grants one of the highest status in this life and the next. As for the messenger of Allaah (my Allaah send salutations upon him) , he reached the summit having engaged in all forms of jihaad. Consequently, he relied upon his heart, tongue, limbs, and sword. For this reason, he was the greatest of creation.
Allaah commanded him to engage in jihaad when he said: {if we pleased, we would send a warner to every village, so disobey the infidels and wage jihaad against them} [Al Furqaan/51-52].

This chapter was revealed in Makka. It obliged the believers to wage jihaad using the Qur'aan, and Allaah has said: {O Prophet, wage jihaad against the hypocrites and disbelievers. Their abode is hell which is the worst destination} [At Tawba/73].

It is more difficult to wage jihaad against the hypocrites than it is to wage jihaad against the believers, and the former jihaad is waged by a special group of people who are the heirs of the messengers. Although they are few, they are great to Allaah.
Since one of the greatest forms of jihaad is to speak the truth despite major opposition, the jihaad of the messengers was most complete.
Since the jihaad which is waged against the disbelievers stems from the jihaad which is waged against the soul, the former jihaad takes precedence over the latter jihaad, and the prophet (may Allaah send salutations upon him) has said: (the mujaahid is one is wages jihaad against his soul to become more obedient to Allaah, and the muhaajir is the one who abandons what he has prohibited). As a result, one who does not wage jihaad against his soul to become more obedient cannot wage jihaad against the enemy.
Jihaad cannot be waged against the aforementioned enemies until another enemy is fought, and he attempts to dissuade man from this jihaad. He is Shaytaan, and Allaah the most high has said: {Shaytaan is your enemy, so treat him as such} [Faatir/6].

The slave has been commanded to wage jihaad against these three enemies, and Allaah had granted them authority as a test for the believers. However, he has provided them with arms.
The most high has said: {We have made some of you trial for others} [Al Furqaan/20].

{We shall test you until we know which of you are patient and wage jihaad} [Muhammad/31].

He has given his slaves intellect, perception, and revelation. He is also granted them angelic support, and he has said: {I am with you} [Al Anfaal/12].

He has informed the believers that if they comply with his demand they will continue to be victorious over their enemies, and that if they are not, it is because they have been disobedient. However, he has ordered them to resume jihaad in this case, and he has informed them that he supports those who are relevant and patient.
He defends the believers in accordance with their faith. Consequently, as faith becomes stronger, so does the defense of Allaah.
Allaah has commanded the believers to wage jihad as he has commanded them to revere him, and it is waged so that the body may submit completely to Allah. Simultaneously, one fights Shaytaan by disobeying him and disregarding his promises and threats. Once this war begins, one will become capable of fighting enemies of Allaah so that his word may become uppermost.
The early believers have given various definitions of jihaad.
Ibn 'Abbaas has said: it is to act and worship as required.
'Abdullah Bin Al Mubaarak has said: it is to combat the soul and desire.
Some have thought that the two verses of jihaad and reverence enjoin what one is incapable of, though every slave is able to revere Allaah and wage jihaad as required. In fact, this obligation varies according to strength and knowledge. Consequently, what is required of one who is knowledgeable and capable is not required of one who is not, and consider how he concluded by saying: {he has chosen you and has not imposed a burden upon you} [Al Hajj/78].

In addition, the prophet (may Allaah send salutations upon him) has said: (I have been sent with monotheism and leniancy).
Allaah has allowed one to repent at any time and will accept repentance until the sun rises from the west, and he has offered various methods of expiation such as charity, good deeds, and affliction. He has also provided lawful alternatives which are more favorable and enjoyable than their unlawful counterparts. He creates difficulty as a test, though it is preceded and followed by ease. As a result, Allaah could not oblige one to act beyond his capability.

The Levels Of Jihaad
"There are four levels of jihaad: jihaad waged against the soul, jihaad waged against Shaytaan, jihaad waged against disbelievers, and jihaad waged against hypocrites.
1. One wages jihaad against his soul so that he may learn the religion of truth which is the sole source of happiness and success.
2. One wages jihaad against his soul so that he may act once he has learned. Otherwise, knowledge would be futile if not harmful.
3. One wages jihaad against the his soul so that he may teach. Otherwise, he would be like those who withhold the guidance of Allaah. Consequently, his knowledge would not save him from the punishment of Allaah,
4. One wages jihaad against his soul so that he may endure the difficulty of teaching, and he does so entirely for Allaah.
Once one has completed these four levels, he joins the ranks of those who know the truth and act accordingly.
Fighting Shaytaan
This jihaad has two levels:
1. One wages jihaad against Shaytaan to repel the doubt which he casts.
2. One wages jihaad against Shaytaan to repel his temptation.
Consequently, certainty follows the first jihaad while patience follows the second jihaad, and the most high has said: {We made some of them leaders due to their patience and certainty} [As Sajda/24].

Allaah has informed us that religion leadership is attained with patience and certainty, because patience repels lowly desires while certainty repels doubt.
Fighting The Disbelievers And Hypocrites
This jihaad has four levels:
1. the heart
2. the tongue
3. wealth
4. the body
The hand is usually used when waging jihaad against the disbelievers while the tongue is usually used when waging jihaad against the hypocrites.
Fighting Tyrants, Innovators, And Evildoers
This jihaad has three levels:
1. the hand
2. the tongue
3. the heart
The first level is the highest level.
Thirteen levels of jihaad have preceded, and the prophet (may Allaah send salutations upon him) has said: (if one dies without participating in jihaad or wishing to do so, he dies in a state of hypocrisy).
Jihaad Is Incomplete Without Migration
Jihaad is incomplete without migration and there is no jihaad or migration without faith. As for those who seek the mercy of Allaah, they neglect none of these acts. Allaah the most high has said: {those who believe, migrate, and fight seek the mercy of Allaah, and he is forgiving and merciful} [Al Baqara/218]."

Provisions Of The Afterlife, p.286,

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"Subsequently, Allaah enjoined war against all polytheists. In fact, analysis reveals that jihaad is an individual obligation, whether it be spiritual, monetary, verbal, or physical.
As for physical jihaad, it is a collective obligation and the truth of the matter is that monetary jihaad is also a collective obligation, because Allaah has enjoined the former and latter, and he has said: {proceed in any manner and wage jihaad with your lives and wealth for the sake of Allaah. If you only knew that this is better for you} [At Tawva/41].
Jihaad leads to paradise, and the most high has asked: {O you who believe, shall I inform you of a transaction which will spare you a painful punishment. Believe in Alaah and his messenger and wage jihaad with your lives and wealth for his sake. If you only knew that this is better for you. He will forgive you and place you in fine homes amidst the rivers of paradise. That is the greatest victory} [As Saff/10-12.
Jihaad leads to victory, and Allaah has said: {and other bounties which you will like} [As Saff/12]."
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The President, once again, shows he's the voice of the people.
And Scummer and Fuglosi are the voice of Marxists.
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Can't verify but I heard something about some protesters in another country chanting for Trump.

Unfortunately if there was proof, Liberal media and social media will not allow it.
Yes, they did in the UK and France, and now that's spread to Belgium and other European states, as has Q, they are well informed of what is happening with these Marxists in Europe.
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Jokes / How can you NOT make money!
« Last post by Sick Of Silence on Today at 11:16:28 AM »
True story:
I just saw a taco truck for sale, in an area full of Mexicans.

How can you NOT make money! You can be bad at it and still rake in the cash!
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Can't verify but I heard something about some protesters in another country chanting for Trump.

Unfortunately if there was proof, Liberal media and social media will not allow it.
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Religion Forum / 💣Muhammad: A Short Biography
« Last post by Ploughboy on Today at 11:05:53 AM »
So my topic is deleted after I prove I am the author of it and can source all information. Sorry but that will not fly. There are no conservatives who are Islam sympathizers. Feel free to debate me if you like. I'm good with that. I destroyed an Imam a week go in a debate after effortlessly busting him in one lie after the other. Muslims don't want westerners to know their beliefs. So I'd so much rather be banned from this forum than be senselessly censored. Again, you are free to debate me. But you will lose.

💣Muhammad: A Short Biography

🔥Contents
💣1. Early Ministry
💣2.The Prophet's Description
💣3.Loyal Following
💣4.Love Interests
💣5.The Message
💣6.His Depth of Wisdom
💣7.Muhammad and the unbelievers
💣8.Last Words of the Messenger
💣9.The Final Solution

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💣1. Early Ministry

Ibn Ishaq, "The Life of Muhammad" (translated by Alfred Guillaume), p. 131 (Ishaq 183),

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"While they were thus discussing him the apostle came towards them and kissed the black stone, then he passed them as he walked round the temple. As he passed they said some injurious things about him. This I could see from his expression. He went on and as he passed them the second time they attacked him similarly. This I could see from his expression. Then he passed the third time, and they did the same. He stopped and said, 'Will you listen to me O Quraysh? By him who holds my life in His hand I will bring you slaughter.' This word so struck the people that not one of them but stood silent and still; even one who had hitherto been most violent spoke to him in the kindest way possible, saying, 'Depart, O Abu'l-Qasim, for by God you are not violent.' "
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💣2.The Prophet's Description

Sahih Al-Bukhari, Vol.1, Book 3 (The Book of Knowledge), hadith 63,

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"Narrated Anas bin Malik: While we were sitting with the Prophet in the mosque, a man came riding on a camel. He made his camel kneel down in the mosque, tied its foreleg and then said: "Who amongst you is Muhammad?" At that time the Prophet was sitting amongst (his companions) leaning on his arm. We replied, "This white man reclining on his arm."

Sahih Muslim, Vol.6, Book 43, Chapter 28, hadith 6071

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"Chapter 28. The Prophet
Was White With An Elegant
Face
[6071] 98 - (2340) It was
narrated from Al-JurairI from
Ab├╝ At-Tufail: "I said to him:
'Did you see the Messenger of
Allah? He said: 'Yes, he was
white with an elegant face."

Ash Shifa, Part Four, Chapter 1, Section 5, p.387,

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"Ahmad ibn Sulayman, Sahnun's companion, said that whoever says that the Prophet was black is killed. The Prophet was not black."

Ibn Ishaq "The life of Muhammad" (The Sira), p.243,

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"...the apostle said, 'Whoever wants to see Satan let him take a look at Nabtal b. al-Harith! He was a sturdy black man with long flowing hair, inflamed eyes, and dark ruddy cheeks."
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💣3.Loyal Following

The Expeditions: An Early Biography of Muhammad. Pages 33, 39. The Expedition of Hudaybiyah:

Page 33,

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"Then 'Urwah began to look around at the companions of the Prophet, starring at them wide-eyed. "By God," he said, "when the Messenger of God hawks up his phlegm, one of these men catches it in his hands and smears it on his face and skin. And when he commands them to do something, they hasten to accomplish his orders. And when he performs his ablutions, they nearly kill themselves over the ablution water. Whenever they speak, they lower their voices before him, and out of deference to him, they never look him in the eye."

Page 39,

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"When he had finished with the matter of the written agreement, the Messenger of Allah said to his companions, "Rise up and make your sacrifices, and then shave your heads," but not a single man from among them stood up, even after the Prophet had said that three times. When not one of them had risen, he stood up and went to see Umm Salamah. When he told her how the people had responded to him, Umm Salamah said, 'O Prophet of Allah! If you don't like that, then go back out, but don't say anything to them until you have sacrificed your camel and called for your barber to shave your head." So he got up, went out, uttered not a word to any of them, and did just that: he sacrificed his camel and called for his barber, who shaved his head. When his followers saw this, they stood up, sacrificed their camels, and each began shaving the head of the other, nearly killing each other out of remorse."

Ash Shifa (Aisha Bewley translation):

Part 4, Chapter 1, Section 1, p.376,

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"Habib ibn Rabi' al-Qarawi said that the school of Malik and his companions is that anyone who says anything disparaging about the Prophet is killed without being asked to repent."

Part 4, Chapter 1, Section 2, p.376,
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"The Qur'an says that Allah curses the one who harms the Prophet in this world and He connected harm of Himself to harm of the Prophet. There is no dispute that anyone who curses Allah is killed and that his curse demands that he be categorized as an unbeliever. The judgement of the unbeliever is that he is killed."

Section 2, continued..pp.378-379,

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"Abdu'r-Razzaq mentioned that a man cursed the Prophet, causing the Prophet to say, "Who will save me from my enemy?" Az-Zubayr said, "I will." He sent az-Zubayr and he killed him.
It is related that a woman used to curse the Prophet and he said, "Who will save me from my enemy?" Khalid ibn al-Walid went out and killed her.
It is related that a man forged lies against the Prophet and he sent 'Ali and az-Zubayr to kill him.
Ibn Qani' related that a man came to the Prophet and said, "Messenger of Allah, I heard my father say something ugly about you, so I killed him," and that did not distress the Prophet.
Al-Mujahir ibn Umayya, the Amir of Yemen, reported to Abu Bakr that a woman there in the time of Ridda chanted curses against the Prophet, so he cut off her hand and pulled out her front teeth. When Abu Bakr heard that, he said to him, "If you had not done what you already did, I would have commanded you to kill her because the hadd regarding the Prophet is not like the hadd regarding others."
Ibn 'Abbas said that a woman from Khatma satirised the Prophet and the Prophet said, "Who will deal with her for me?" A man from her people said, "I will, Messenger of Allah." The man got up and went and killed her. He told the Prophet, "Two goats will not lock horns over her."
Ibn 'Abbas said that a blind man has an umm walad who used to curse the Prophet. He scolded her and restrained her, but she would not be restrained. That night she began to attack and revile the Prophet, so he killed her. He told the Prophet about that and he said he has shed her blood with impunity."

Sahih Muslim, Vol.5, Hadith [4749] 33 - (...),

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"It was narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Messenger of Allah said: "Whoever obeys me has obeyed Allah. Whoever obeys the leader I appoint has obeyed me, and whoever disobeys the leader I appoint disobeyed me."
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💣4.Love Interests

Ibn Ishaq, The Life of Muhammad (translated by Alfred Guillaume), p.311 (Ishaq 461).

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"(Suhayli, ii. 79: In the riwaya of Yunus I. I. recorded that the apostle saw her (Ummu'l Fadl) when she was a baby crawling before him and said, 'If she grows up and I am still alive I will marry her.' But he died before she grew up and Sufyan b. al-Aswad b. 'Abdu'l-Asad al-Makhzumi married her and she bore him Rizq and Lubaba. . . ."

Sahih Al-Bukhari, Vol.7, Book 67, Chapter 60, Hadith 5158,

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"(60) CHAPTER. Whoever consummated his marriage with a lady of nine years of age.

5158.Narrated 'Urwa: The Prophet wrote the (marriage contract) with 'Aisha while she was six years old and consummated his marriage with her while she was nine years old and she remained with him for nine years (i.e. till his death)."
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💣5.The Message

Noble Qur'an 3:31,

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"Say (O Muhammad to mankind): "If you (really) love Allah then follow me (i.e. accept Islamic Monotheism, follow the Quran and the Sunnah), Allah will love you and forgive you of your sins. And Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful."

Sahih Al-Bukhari, Vol.1, Book 2, Chapter 8, hadith 15,

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"Narrated Anas: The Prophet said, "None of you will have faith till he loves me more than his father, his children and all mankind."

Noble Qur'an 69:44-47, The Inevitable (Makkah Period),

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44. And if he (Muhammad) had forged a false saying concerning Us (Allah),
45. We surely, would have seized him by his right hand (or with power and might),
46. And then We certainly would have cut off his life artery (aorta),
47. And none of you could have withheld Us from (punishing) him."

Sahih Al-Bukhari, Vol.5, Book 64, Chapter 84, Hadith 4428,

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(84) CHAPTER. The sickness of the Prophet and his death.
And the Statement of Allah: "Verily! You (O Muhammad) will die and verily, they (too) will die.' (V.39:30)
4428. Narrated 'Aishah: The Prophet in his aliment in which he died, used to say, "O 'Aishah! I still feel the pain caused by the food I ate at Khaibar, and at this time, I feel as if my aorta is being cut from that poison."

Noble Qur'an 22:52-53, The Pilgrimage (Surah Revealed Partly in Makkah and Partly in Madinah)


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52.Never did We send a messenger or a prophet before thee, but, when he framed a desire, Satan threw some (vanity) into his desire: but Allah will cancel anything (vain) that Satan throws in, and Allah will confirm (and establish) His Signs: for Allah is full of Knowledge and Wisdom:
53.That He may make the suggestions thrown in by Satan, but a trial for those in whose hearts is a disease and who are hardened of heart: verily the wrong-doers are in a schism far (from the Truth):

Al-Adab Al-Mufrad of Imam Bukhari, Chapter 436, Hadith 962,

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"Chapter 436: [This World Is More Worthless In The Sight Of Allah Than A Dead Goat]
962. Jabir b.'Abdullah said: "The Messenger of Allah passed the market on his way in from the high part of the city and the people were on both sides of him. He passed a dead goat with both ears cut off and reached out and took the ear. Then he said, 'Who would like to buy this for a dirham? The people said, 'Why would we want to when it is worthless? What would we do with it?' He said, 'Would you like to have it?' They said, 'No.' He said that to them three times and they said, 'No, by Allah! If it were alive, it would have a defect as it has no ear. Why would we want it when it is dead?' The Prophet said, 'By Allah, this world is less in the sight of Allah than this dead goat is to you.' "
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💣6.His Depth of Wisdom

Noble Qur'an 25:45, The Criterion (Makkah Period)

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"Have you not seen how your Lord spread the shadow. If He willed, He could have made it still---But We made the sun its guide (i.e. after sunrise, the shadow shrinks and vanishes at midnoon and then again appears in the afternoon with the decline of the sun, and had there been no sunlight, there would have been no shadow)."

Sahih Al-Bukhari, Vol.1 Book 3, Chapter 41, hadith no.116

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"To speak about (religious) knowledge at night.
Narrated by 'Abdullah bin 'Umar:
Once the Prophet led us in the Isha prayer during the last days of his life and after finishing it [the salat (prayer) with Taslim] he said: "Do you realize (the importance) of this night?" Nobody present on the surface of the earth tonight will be living after the completion of one hundred years from this night."

Bukhari, Vol.1, Book 5, Chapter 8, hadith no.260

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"Narrated Maimuna: The Prophet took the bath of Janaba (sexual relation or wet dream). He first cleaned his private parts with his hand, and then rubbed it (the hand) on the wall (earth) and washed it. Then he performed ablution like that for the Salat (prayer), and after that the bath he washed his feet."
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💣7.Muhammad and the unbelievers


Qur'an 2:193,

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"And fight them until there is no more Fitnah (disbelief and worshipping of others along with Allah) and (all and every kind of) worship is for Allah (Alone).* But if they cease, let there be no transgression except against Az-Zalimun (the polytheists, and wrong-doers, etc.)"

*footnote: "(V.2:193)
(A) Narrated Ibn 'Umar: Allah's Messenger said, "I have been ordered (by Allah) to fight against the people till they testify that La illallah wa Anna Muhammmad-ur-Rasul Allah (none has the right to be worshipped but Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah), and perform As-Salat (Iqamat-as-Salat) and give Zakat, so if they perform all that, then they save their lives, and properties from me except for Islamic laws, and their reckoning (accounts) will be with (done by) Allah." (Sahih Al-Bukhari, Vol 1, Hadith No.24)."

Tafsir Al-Qurtubi,


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"Fight them until there is no more fitna and the deen belongs to Allah alone.
This is a command to fight every idolater in every place according to those who say that it abrogates the previous ayats. According to those who say that it does not abrogate other ayats, it means: fight those about whom Allah says, "if they fight you". The former is the more likely meaning. It is an unqualified command to fight without any precondition of hostilities being initiated by the unbelievers. The evidence for that is in the words of Allah, "and the din belongs to Allah alone." The Prophet said, " I was commanded to fight people until they say, 'There is no god but Allah.' The ayat and hadith both indicate that the reason for fighting is disbelief because Allah says, "until there is no more fitna," meaning disbelief in this case. So the goal is to abolish disbelief and that is clear.
Ibn 'Abbas, Qatada, ar-Rabi', as-Suddi and others said that fitna here means shirk and the subsequent injury to the believers caused by it. The root of fitna is testing and trial, derived from the term for testing silver when it is put in the fire to separate the impurities from the pure metal.

If they cease, there should be no enmity towards any but wrongdoers.
If they stop and become Muslim or submit by paying jizya in the case of the people of the Book. Otherwise they should be fought and they are wrongdoers and only transgress against themselves. What is done to the wrongdoers is called enmity since it is the repayment of enmity. Wrongdoing and injustice involve enmity and repayment of enmity is also called enmity. The wrongdoers are either those who initiate fighting or those who remain entrenched in disbelief and fitna."
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💣8.Last Words of the Messenger

Musnad Imam Ahmad Bin Hanbal, Vol.1, Hadith 585,
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"585. It was narrated from 'Ali that he said: "The last words of the Messenger of Allah were: "Prayer, prayer! And fear Allah with regard to what your right hand possesses [i.e., female slaves]."

Comments: [Hadeeth Saheeh and its isnad is hasan]"
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💣9.The Final Solution

Noble Qur'an 3:141, The Family of Imran (Madinah Period)

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"and so that Allah can purge those who believe and wipe out the unbelievers."

Ibn Ishaq, "The life of Muhammad" (translated by Alfred Guillaume), p.647 (Ishaq 992),

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"He said to them, "Take it, Ibn 'Auf; fight everyone in the way of God and kill those who disbelieve in God."

Sahih Al-Bukhari, Vol.4, Book 56, Hadith 2926,

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"Narrated Abu Hurairah: Allah's Messenger said, "The Hour will not be established until you fight against the Jews, and the stone behind which a Jew will be behind will say, 'O Muslim! There is a Jew hiding behind me, so kill him.' "

Noble Qur'an 8:17,

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"You killed them not, but Allah killed them. And you (Muhammad) threw not when you did throw, but Allah threw, that He might test the believers by a fair trial from Him. Verily, Allah is All-Hearer, All-Knower."

Noble Qur'an 8:60,

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"And make ready against them all you can of power, including steeds of war (tanks, planes, missiles, artillery) to threaten the enemy of Allah and your enemy, and others besides whom, you may not know but whom Allah does know. And whatever you shall spend in the Cause of Allah shall be repaid unto you, and you shall not be treated unjustly."
Noble Qur'an 9:14,
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"Fight against them so that Allah will punish them by your hands and disgrace them and give you victory over them and heal the breasts of a believing people."

Noble Qur'an 9:52,

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"Say: "Do you wait for us (anything) except one of the two best things (martyrdom or victory); while we await for you either that Allah will afflict you with a punishment from Himself or at our hands. So wait, we too are waiting with you."

Noble Qur'an 18:7-8,

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7.Verily, we have made that which is on earth as an adornment for it, in order that We may test them (mankind) as to which of them are best in deeds. [i.e those who do good deeds in the most perfect manner, that means to do them (deeds) totally for Allah's sake and in accordance to the legal ways of the Prophet].
8. And verily, We shall make all that is on it (the earth) bare dry soil (without any vegetation or trees).

Tafsir Ibn Kathir,


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Verse 7: "Then Allah, the Almighty states that He doomed the life of this world to removal, making it a temporary abode, adorned with transitory beauty, only as place of trail, and not a place of settlement saying: {Verily! We have made that which is on earth as an adornment for it, in order that We may test them (mankind) as to which of them are best in deeds.} It is authentically stated that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: "Verily, this world is sweet and green (flourishing), and Allah makes you generations succeeding one another, so He is watching what you will do. Beware of women, for the first trails from which the Children of Israel had suffered was that of women."

Verse 8: "Then Allah, the Almighty affirms the fact that this world is doomed to removal, vanishing, bareness and destruction saying: {And verily! We shall make all that is on it (the earth) a bare dry soil.} i.e. Allah says: "We will set it to debris, destruction, all demolishing all that is on its surface, making it useless, all the while setting it to bareness, producing no vegetations." Mujahid said: "This world will be turned into a dry barren plain." Qatadah said: "It will be turned into a plain on which there are no trees or vegetation."

Noble Qur'an 38:15,

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"And these only wait for a single Saihah [shout (i.e. the blowing of the Trumpet by the angel Israfil)] there will be no pause or ending thereto [till everything will perish except Allah (the only God full of majesty, bounty and honour)]."

Noble Qur'an 55:26-27,

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26. Whatsoever is on it (the earth) will perish.
27. And the Face of your Lord full of Majesty and Honour will remind forever."

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