Posts tagged ‘Qur’an’

November 6, 2016

Islam without Extremists

by mkleit

Once in a while the news are filled about a group of extremist Muslims who slaughter people and commit the most unthinkable crimes under the name of Islam. ISIS is a recent example.




If you ask such people that why they are committing such obvious wrong deeds and still consider it the command of the God, they would answer that they are trusting a Muslim scholar and that they receive the commands of the God through him. Based on this trust they consider the scholar’s commands equivalent to the God’s commands and blindly follow the scholar’s instructions to make the God happy.

But does not this method sound too similar to shirk, the exact opposite of Islam’s primary message, which is not following anybody except the God? How did this happen? How did that origin with the most clear message came to this obvious contradictory point?




In the “Belief vs. Trust” article, we show that similarly to all modern religions, in the current understanding of Islam also believing in God is interpreted as trusting a religious package preached by the local religious scholars.

After analyzing the roots of such interpretation in all religions, the article shows that key element that legitimizes the incorporation of trusting scholars into islamic practice is considering Hadith as a pillar of Islam.

The current Islam which is mixed with Hadith has become so complicated that leaves an ordinary Muslim with no solution but seeking the advice of some Hadith experts (or scholars) about “what Islam says”. This blind obedience creates potential for extremism: if the religious scholar is extremist, the blind followers also apply the extremism in the name of religion.




Then in the “Islam without Hadith” article, we list the pros and cons of existence of Hadith in the current Islamic practice, and show that by eliminating Hadith not only we do not lose any of the core Islamic values but also we are given the chance to rediscover the Simple Islam, the religion which guides us to nothing but reasonable, beautiful deeds. In Simple Islam, which is free from the complexities of Hadith, there is no space for religious scholars to instruct their blind followers to such unbelievable crimes.

In the “Scope” article, we then revisit some of the controversial topics in Quran, such as slavery and women rights, and observe a Quran very different from what the scholars have been preaching for years.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
Q1: Those are bad scholars. But I am obeying good scholars!
A: Quran warns about blind obedience. Read Section D of Trust article.
Q2: Some extremists claim obeying no scholar and just following Quran!
A: They adopted a particular perverted interpretation of Quran stemmed from Hadith and backed by past scholars. They are essentially obeying those scholar’s viewpoint.
Q3: I read Quran myself. It says “kill the infidels”!
A: Taken out of context! Such verses are about a particular war with the criminals of Mecca. There were refereed to as “Kafir”, which means ungrateful, as they were ungrateful for the gift of the messenger. Quran uses the word “Kafir” sometimes even for Muslims. Mainstream translations offered by scholars however translate “Kafir” as “infidel” causing this confusion.
Q4: Extremists are using perverted Hadiths. There is a huge science of telling which Hadith is reliable. I am obeying good scholars who know this science well!
A: Extremists say the same about you. The bottom line is that both of you blindly obey, and both of you think that your scholar is the right one. Read trust article about blind obedience.
Q5: Why should I trust your article? are you a scholar?
A: Do not trust people. Read their arguments and decide by yourself
Q6: Without Hadith how could we know the details of rituals?
A: Section 4 of the article Islam without Hadith
Q7: Does not Quran itself tell us to follow Hadith?
A: No. Read here.
Q8: Ignoring Hadith is ignoring Muhammad (s.a.a.w.)?
A: No. Read Hadith-less Muhammad.
Q9: Can we understand Quran without Hadith?
A: Yes. Read Quran is understandable without Hadith
Q10: Did not Quran force conversion?
A: No. Islam in Quran means meeting the God with a heart filled with peace. What Muslims did along the history has nothing to do with what Quran describes.

September 1, 2012

An Islamic perspective on the Illuminati

by mkleit

“Article is not mine and it’s taken from the source at the end as it is.”


Indeed, the Illuminati have played a huge role for a long time. A role in the politics of the world, a role in the economics of the world and a role in controlling hearts and minds. But controlling the hearts in particular, because the heart is the most powerful influence inside the human body.

The human Heart is now documented as the strongest generator of both electrical and magnetic fields in the body. Important, because we’ve always been taught that the brain is where all the action is.

While the brain does have an electrical & a magnetic field, they are both relatively weak compared to the Heart. The Heart is about 100,000 times stronger electrically & up to 5,000 times stronger …magnetically than the brain. Important, because the physical world – as we know it – is made of those 2 fields: electrical & magnetic fields of Energy. Physics now tells us that if we can change either the magnetic field or the electrical field of the atom, we literally change that atom and its elements within our body and this world. The human Heart is designed to do BOTH.

Subhanallah, there are many verses in the Quran which refer to the power of the heart, here are some:

“Have they not traveled in the land and have they hearts wherewith to feel and ears wherewith to hear.” the Holy Quran (22:46)

“Having hearts wherewith they understand not, and having eyes wherewith they see not.” -the Holy Quran (7:179)

“And their hearts are sealed, so that they apprehend not.” -the Holy Quran (9:87)

“These are they into whose hearts He has impressed faith and strengthened them with a spirit from Him.”-the Holy Quran (58:22)

“And as for those who believe not in the Hereafter their hearts refuse to know, for they are proud.”-the Holy Quran (16:22)

“Such are they whose hearts and ears and eyes God hath sealed. And such are the heedless.” -the Holy Quran (16:108)

“Verily in the remembrance of God do hearts find rest.”-the Holy Quran (13:28)

The Holy Qur’an

“He it is who sent down peace of reassurance into the hearts of the believers that they might add faith unto their faith.” the Holy Quran (48:4)

“Lo! therein verily is a reminder for him who hath a heart”-the Holy Quran (50:37)

Allah basically states, that the heart can see which our external eyes cannot see. Meaning, the ones who see with “TWO EYES” can clearly see the strange world in which we live in today. But the “ONE EYED” people in the world cannot see the world in which we live in today. They are internally blind.

Sheikh Imran Nazar Hosein has said many times in his lectures, that to understand Dajjjal (the anti-christ) and to understand the signs of Qiyammah, it doesn’t just take academic research but also spiritual insight.Spiritual insight helps Muslims see with “TWO EYES.” There are many secular Muslims and so-called modern Muslims today who compromise their religion to fit in. Such Muslims obviously only see with ONE EYE.

They do not understand that the world order we live in today is controlled by Dajjal the false messiah, they do not understand that the world in which we live in today is the last age since all the signs of Qiyammah are slowly coming true.

The Illuminati are a society who have assumed control over the whole world, and have also teamed up with the free masons. I wrote a short article on the Illuminati not too long ago, explaining actually who they are and what their real agenda is.

This article provides a brief islamic perspective on these secret societies. The Islamic perspective is, that we live in a world controlled by Dajjal (anti-christ). The proof is all around us.

Lady Gaga and the anti-christ

The food is corrupted, society is corrupted, there are no family values, the world of politics is corrupted, the world economy is now corrupted with severe slavery and the media is also now hugely corrupted.

But this world is politically strange as well. The strangeness of this world is, that all the events which are happening in the world today have never happened  before.

We live in a world where everything is globalized and controlled by one people. Everyone follows the same way of life and life style. Eats the same food and wears the same type of clothes. The McDonald’s fast food franchise is all over the world, the Pizza hut franchise as well as others. We live in a globalized society where one way of life has taken over.

If you look at the world a hundred years ago, and look at the world now, you would be surprised to see, that the world has been in a big time moral and social decline. If a women walked around a hundred years ago here in the United States half-naked, she would get arrested for it.

But today, what do we see?

We see nude beaches, and people walking around with their shirts off not caring about their immodest conduct.

Sheikh Hamza Yusuf said in one of his lectures about the Dajjal, that Dajjal will play a role opposite to the role of Jesus (peace be upon him). Because Dajjal in english is considered to be the ANT-CHRIST. Get it? The “ANTI” Christ; since Jesus (peace be upon him) taught his people to not get addicted to the Dunya, Dajjal’s mission is to make people addicted to the dunya. Jesus (peace be upon him) use to recommend his followers that forget this world, it is an illusion, work for the here after.

But Dajjal (ant-christs) mission is to make us think that this world is the truth, and the next world is an illusion. His job is to make us disbelieve in God Almighty. And he has slowly done that through groups such as the free masons and the Illuminati. The Illuminati and the Free masons want to completely strip the world of religious beliefs, and so far they have done a great job of doing that.

They have done that, largely in the Muslim world as well. Many Muslims are now brainwashed and secularized thanks to the propaganda of the free masons and the Illuminati.  They have made the religious way of life look like the destructive way of life and have waged a war against the religious way of life.

Oh yes, the illuminati-free masonic war is not restricted to Islam, but it has also corrupted other faiths such as Christianity and Jewdaism.

The Dajjal or Anti-Christ will appear with one eye and the word “Kaffer” (blasphemer) on his forehead. In the zionist army, there’s a military wing called Kifr.

The world in which we live in today is run by Dajjal plain and simple. The Zionists establishment of the state of Israel is a major sign that Dajjal is in control of the world. Before Dajjal can come, I have explained in many of my articles that Dajjal has to do a few things:

Firstly, he had to so-called liberate Palestine from Muslim control, he did that in world war one after the destruction of the Ottoman empire by the british.

Secondly, He would have to have the Jews migrate to the holy land, which was happening after world war one, and then establishing a state of Israel, which occurred in 1948 after world war two.

Thirdly, he has to make that Israel so powerful, that it becomes the super power of the world. Israel soon will wage big wars to become the next super power and to show the world that it is indeed a super power.

But I have explained in another article called Dajjal’s (Anti-Christs) possible connection with the 2012 olympics that before Israel can wage these big wars, there is a weapon which Muslims have that they can use against Israel, which Israel fears. And that weapon is Pakistan’s nuclear weapons.

I fear that soon, their could be a false flag event at the Olympics which will be blamed on Pakistan. It will justify the invasion and destruction of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons.

This plan was created more than ten years ago. They want to denuclearize Pakistan so it can not pose as a threat to Israel. Israel like I said, has to wage big wars to become the next super power before Dajjal the false messiah can come down. Israel cannot wage those big wars if countries like Iran and Pakistan still have weapons which pose a threat to Israel. That is why the Illuminati-free masonic-zionist axis invaded Afghanistan, just to one day invade and destroy Pakistan especially, to remove the threat of its nuclear weapons to Israel.

For a more detailed explanation, Please see my article Dajjal’s (Anti-Christs) next two targets: Iran and Pakistan


The battle between good and bad continues until the end of time, between Christ (p) and the Anti-Christ

Dajjal is going to appear as the false messiah. Because Jesus (peace be upon him) is  obviously the true messiah. Like I said in many of my other articles, that the Jews did not accept Jesus as the messiah 2,000 years ago. So even today, the Jews are waiting for their so-called messiah. But that messiah will be the false messiah Dajjal. Then after Dajjal appears,shortly after Jesus (peace be upon him) will come and kill Dajjal and then peace and justice will be restored in the world.

The Illuminati and the free masonic world order has rolled down the red carpet for the arrival of Dajjal. They have plotted and planned and are still planning  but we all know God almighty is the best of planners.

“And (the unbelievers) plotted and planned, and Allah too planned, and the best of planners is Allah.”  (Surah-Imran verse 54).

We pray that God almighty guides us and helps us to understand the truth and the world for what it really is, a deception. Amen.

Open Your Eyes

Mysterious Age

January 15, 2012

I’ve Found Peace in the Voice of the Beggar

by mkleit

Hamra street made me learn a valuable lesson tonight… I was walking around, trying to find my way back home from the street corner of Fransabank, taking the van 4 back. But strangely and unusually there was something different at that time, there was a very awkward yet beautiful voice. An old man was sitting on the side walk in front of Montreal center, he was a beggar.

I was crossing the road from the front of Simply Red cafe towards the other side of the road, holding concern and burden over my shoulders and in my heart, where I was driven by a serenading voice. I saw an old man, wrinkles all over his face, grayish white hair, slightly visible beard, broken teeth, tan skin, and small weak figure. The usual scene of an old beggar in Hamra street, yet that was not the deal this time.
We got used for seeing beggars with talent in movies and sometimes in our daily lives, some old dude with a musical instrument, chanting for the passing by audience, subliminally asking for a token of gratitude, or in other words: money so he could survive the day without hunger.
The voice that dragged me towards that man was thought to be a chant, a song that he made up or performing for some famous singer, but no. It was the first time I see a beggar reciting the Qur’an with perfect voice, tonality, and no phonetic errors.

I stood a few meters away from him, just listening. I tried to take a photo of him, but he just hid his face from the camera’s lens, gesturing: Please let me be!
I respected that action, thus I just sat near him and listened.
The thing is, I have read the Qur’an and still read it, I’ve heard it millions of times before. but when it came from that man, I’ve listened to it, I recognized the meaning of the verses, I understood Allah’s message from the voice of that man when he went from a high pitched voice to a low one, as if he has been studying sound performance for many years or has been reciting holy verses at mosque since birth.

Ever felt magic racing inside yew and simply taking yew away from one unwanted place to a sanctuary, where yew sense freedom and comfort? I was there in the few minutes I’ve lived beside that man. It was another type of meditation, better than drinking the usual cup of tea in the early morning or enjoying the success of a diploma, this was spiritual not physical. I forgot what was troubling me for a long while, and I’m willing to go back the days coming, hoping to see him again, to live that experience again and again.

I’ve found peace in the voice of the beggar.

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