9th August 18:07
'Muslims are true idolaters, just read the Koran' (koran angels prayer quran mantra)
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[ From: "Kishalaya" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
[ Subject: muslims are true idolaters, just read the koran
[ Date: Wed, 26 May 2004
Muslims consider a mere mortal Mohammed to be superior to
Allah, the God that he created. One only needs to see
the Koran to find that even Allah worshipped Mohammed.
Since they worship a mere mortal, they are clearly an
idolaterous cult. View Anwar Shaikhs description of the
true meaning of this particular verse, which is placed
below the linked verse.
Lo! Allah and His angels shower blessings on the Prophet.
O ye who believe! Ask blessings on him and salute him
with a worthy salutation.
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Here comes the climax when Muhammad reverses his role
completely and, as a result, Allah and His angels become
his worshippers. It is quite fantastic:
"Lo! Allah and His angels shower praises on the Prophet
(Muhammad). O ye who believe also shower praises on him
and salute him with a worthy salutation."
(The Confederates, ***III: 56)
It should be noted that the Koranic text uses the words:
1. YASALLUNA and 2. SALLU
The former is the plural form of the verb and the latter
is its imperative form. Different translators have
translated "yasalluna" as "pray peace to (the Prophet) "
or "shower blessings on (the Prophet)." In fact, this is
a vain attempt to conceal the intensity of the meaning
that this word portrays and, therefore, does not blend in
with the general tone of the Koran, which purports to
depict Muhammad as a mortal and Messenger.
ASSALAAT is the noun of the said verb and has exactly the
same root. Whenever the word assalaat occurs, it means
ritualised prayer, which an inferior i.e. a human offers
to God. For example, one may refer to Cow, II: 3, 276, or
Women, IV: 161. Therefore, it means worship and
"yasallunaa is synonymous with yabudun which also
signifies glorification of God. Thus the verse ***III: 56
means that Allah and His angels worship Muhammad and so
must do the Muslims, but with a worthy salutation. This
extraordinary emphasis in relation to Muhammad is the
source of the general Muslim attitude, which I described
"BA KHUDA DIWANA BASHAD BA MUHAMMAD HOSHIYAR" (One may be
negligent towards God but one must be cir***spect
(respectful) towards Muhammad This is absolutely
incredible! In all other religions, it is man who
worships God but in Islam, it is God who worships man
(Muhammad). Yet the Muslims call themselves monotheists!
They are surely the worst idolators on earth.
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