Friday, March 23, 2012

If you find Dust on your Qur’an then do something about it, read it…



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By Khidr Amari

Allah says

It is these very Habr/Religious Scholars, Mullahs who hinders people from the path of Allah described in His Book, by inventing laws from their own selves and then falsely attributing them to Allah. They also tutor their followers to be Sheeple to accept without hesitation what ever they teach, thus render useless their reasoning ability, and people are deluded to consider the concoted teachings of the Habr/Religious Scholars to be the divine truth. 
The Qur’an resents such in the strongest terms:
“Woe, then, to those who write the book with their hands and then say: This is from Allah, so that they may take for it a small price; therefore woe to them for what their hands have written and woe to them for what they earn.” (2:79)
Remember there are those who sell and accept baseless الْحَدِيثِ Hadith that will divert us away from the path of Allah without knowledge they accept these Hadith to be true yet Allah tells us clearly to verify all information because one day we will be brought back to Him and held accountable as to what we accepted as to be true:
Allah says,
“Do not pursue what you have no knowledge of. Hearing, sight and hearts will all be questioned.”
Allah tells us about those who pursue or accept information without being informed, without verifying and those who accept Hadith without knowledge to lead others away from Allah’s way and they hold those who follow Allah’s way which is Qur’an Alone in ridicule, Allah says,
“But there is the sort of person who accepts لَهْوَ lahwa (baseless) الْحَدِيثِ Hadith, intending, without any knowledge, to lead others from Allah’s way, and to hold it up huzuwan (to ridicule). There will be humiliating torment for him!” 31/6
Huzuwan comes from the Arabic word ha-Zay-Alif which means to bring down disgrace upon, send down contempt. To mock/ridicule/deride/laugh.
One the final day Allah will question us only concerning the Qur’an, and it is for this that we have to prepare ourselves. 
Time and time again My messages were recited to you, but you turned arrogantly on your heels, being proud against it, talking foolishness by night.” 23/66-67
Then is it a wonder the Messenger will say on that Day,
“And the Messenger has said, “O my Lord, indeed qawmī (my people) have taken this Qur’an mahjūran (as a thing abandoned).” 25/30
Imagine today the Qur’an being abandoned and yet the enemies disliked the Book of Allah during the time of the Prophet Muhammad and some of them even asked for a different book the Qur’an relates the incidence as follows:
“When Our clear messages are recited to them, those who do not hope to meet Us say, ‘Bring a different Qur’an or make amendments to this one.’ Say: ‘It is not for me to change it of my will. I follow (only what is revealed to me. If I disobey my Lord, I fear the punishment of an awful Day.”10/15
“As for those who disbelieve: “Were not My revelations recited to you, but you turned arrogant and were a criminal people” 45/31
We should be reading our Qur’an every day as much as possible how can we let such a precious and beloved Book become abandoned or collect dust, may Allah help us all if any of us fall in of these categories. 
Remember Allah says, 
“This is My صِرَاطِي مُسْتَقِيمًا siratee mustaqeeman (path, leading straight), so follow it, and do not follow other ways: they will lead you away from it- ‘ This is what He commands you to do, so that you may refrain from wrongdoing.” 6/153
“Indeed, qur’āna (this Qur’an) yahdī (guides) to that which aqwamu (is most straight) wayubashiru (and gives good tidings) to the believers who do righteous deeds that they will have a great reward.” 17/9
“Alif, Lam, Meem. These are verses of the wise Book, hudan (a guidance) and mercy for the doers of good.” 31/1-3
“This [Qur'an] baṣāiru (is enlightenment) for people and guidance and mercy for a people who are certain [in faith].” 45/20
“I have only been commanded to worship the Lord of this city, who made it sacred and to whom [belongs] all things. And I am commanded to be of the Muslims.” And that atluwā (I recite) the Qur’an.” And whoever is guided is only guided for [the benefit of] himself; and whoever strays – say, “I am only [one] of the warners.” 27/91-92



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