Like the fabled Loch Ness Monster, that imaginary monster which has hundreds of thousands of followers if not millions, the idea of what makes up the various sects in Islam and how they came to be would be an interesting study. It should be known, but it is often not or it is many times neglected and that is the ORIGINAL bringer of the Holy Revelations to the people for their instruction is the keynote area of concentration. Unfortunately, like those who have professed to see the Loch Ness Monster, originality in belief is something that can be bypassed if it is done cleverly enough.


This article is a continuation of the last article, Same Old, Same Old in that it wants to get to some of the root causes of the why of ‘Shiadom’. So, I want to take a neutral web site talking about the Shia sect and then throw in some of my comments basically by highlighting the article where important points should be made.


When the reader is finished he should note the striking similarities between Greek philosophy and Sufism especially in the area of creating myths from real surroundings and elaborating on these events to further create fabled stories and fairytales. Furthermore, the different ‘offshoots’ (generally extinct sects) of Shiadom will show how romantic and silly things can actually get when searching for ‘divine’ heroes.


Basing one’s philosophy on the ‘Imamate’ is like what the Catholics did in basing a lot of their religion on Christ crucified. The crucifixion, which was a minor topic in the earliest part of Christianity, became a central force from which a lot of doctrines were made. Yes, there was a crucifixion, several of them; in fact going on at that time but by manufacturing an event and then weaving some yarn around it a new story can be manufactured out of whole cloth and new inventions can be formulated thus altering the original truths.


I chose this article because it just ‘proclaims’, in my opinion, fairly and responsibly in capsulized form about the Shia sect. Not only is it neutral (non-disparaging) but it also gives relevant ‘keys’ to understanding the makeup of that sect. Looking at the bolded points of interest in this article should solidify the ideas that I am talking about and once again reinforcing the notion that there is nothing ‘new’ underneath the Sun.


The following discussion about Shia Islam comes from this article:

Iran: Religious Life.” U.S. Library of Congress Country Studies, December 1987. This article consists primarily of public domain text from this source. shia.htm

I have edited this article to keep it relevant and short enough so that the reader could stay on topic. Important items have been highlighted by myself and do not appear highlighted in the original. Once again I use the symbols { } to interject my thoughts.

What is Shia Islam?

Shia Islam encompasses most Muslims who are not counted among the Sunni. The division between Sunni and Shi’a dates to the death of the Prophet Muhammad when his followers were faced with the decision of who would be his successor as the leader of Islam {according to the Shia viewpoint}. Shi’ites are those who followed Ali, the closest relative of Muhammad, as Muhammad’s successor. Today there are approximately 120 million Shi’ite Muslims in the world.

The Imams

The distinctive dogma and institution of Shia Islam is the Imamate, which includes the idea that the successor of Muhammad be more than merely a political leader. The Imam must also be a spiritual leader, which means that he must have the ability to interpret the inner mysteries of the Quran and the sharia. The Twelver Shias further believe that the Twelve Imams who succeeded the Prophet were sinless and free from error and had been chosen by God through Muhammad.

The Imamate began with Ali, who is also accepted by Sunni Muslims as the fourth of the “rightly guided caliphs” to succeed the Prophet. Shias revere Ali as the First Imam, and his descendants, beginning with his sons Hasan and Husayn continue the line of the Imams until the Twelfth, who is believed to have ascended into a supernatural state to return to earth on judgment day.

The Twelfth Imam is believed to have been only five years old when the Imamate descended upon him in 874 CE at the death of his father. The Twelfth Imam is usually known by his titles of Imam-e Asr (the Imam of the Age) and Sahib az Zaman (the Lord of Time). Because his followers feared he might be assassinated, the Twelfth Imam was hidden from public view and was seen only by a few of his closest deputies. Sunnis claim that he never existed or that he died while still a child.

Shias believe that the Twelfth Imam remained on earth, but hidden from the public, for about 70 years, a period they refer to as the “lesser occultation” (gheybat-e sughra). Shias also believe that the Twelfth Imam has never died, but disappeared from earth in about 939 CE. Since that time the “greater occultation” (gheybat-e kubra) of the Twelfth Imam has been in force and will last until God commands the Twelfth Imam to manifest himself on earth again as the Mahdi, or Messiah. Shias believe that during the greater occultation of the Twelfth Imam he is spiritually present–some believe that he is materially present as well– and he is besought to reappear in various invocations and prayers. His name is mentioned in wedding invitations, and his birthday is one of the most jubilant of all Shia religious observances.

Other Distinctive Shia Doctrines

The Shia doctrine of the Imamate was not fully elaborated until the tenth century. Other dogmas were developed still later. One characteristic of Shia Islam is the continual exposition and reinterpretation of doctrine. The most recent example is Khomeini’s expounding of the doctrine of velayat-e faqih, or the political guardianship of the community of believers by scholars trained in religious law. The concept of velayat-e faqih thus provides the doctrinal basis for theocratic government, an experiment that Twelver Imam Shias had not attempted prior to the Iranian Revolution in 1979.


Distinctive Shia Rituals and Practices

In addition to the seven principal tenets of faith, there are also traditional religious practices that are intimately associated with Shia Islam. These include the observance of the month of martyrdom, Muharram, and pilgrimages to the shrines of the Twelve Imams and their various descendants. The Muharram observances, which culminate on the otherwise minor holiday of Ashura, commemorate the death of the Third Imam, Husayn, the son of Ali and Fatima and the grandson of Muhammad. He was killed near Karbala in modern Iraq in 680 CE during a battle with troops supporting the Umayyad caliph. Husayn’s death is commemorated by Shias with passion plays and is an intensely religious time.

Pilgrimage to the shrines of Imams is a specific Shia custom. The most important shrines in Iran are those for the Eighth Imam in Mashhad and for his sister Fatima in Qom. There are also important secondary shrines for other relatives of the Eighth Iman in Rey, adjacent to south Tehran, and in Shiraz. In virtually all towns and in many villages there are numerous lesser shrines, known as imamzadehs, which commemorate descendants of the imams who are reputed to have led saintly lives. Shia pilgrims visit these sites because they believe that the imams and their relatives have power to intercede with God on behalf of petitioners. The shrines in Iraq at Karbala and An Najaf are also revered by Shias.

Shia Clergy and Organization

From the time that Twelver Shia Islam emerged as a distinct religious denomination in the early ninth century, its clergy, or Ulema, have played a prominent role in the development of its scholarly and legal tradition; however, the development of a distinct hierarchy among the Shia clergy dates back only to the early nineteenth century. Since that time the highest religious authority has been vested in the mujtahids, scholars who by virtue of their erudition in the science of religion (the Quran, the traditions of Muhammad and the imams, jurisprudence, and theology) and their attested ability to decide points of religious conduct, act as leaders of their community in matters concerning the particulars of religious duties.

Shia and Sufism

Shah Ismail, the founder of the Safavid dynasty, who established Twelver Shia Islam as the official religion of Iran at the beginning of the sixteenth century, was revered by his followers as a Sufi master.

Although Sufis were associated with the early spread of Shia ideas in the country, once the Shia clergy had consolidated their authority over religion by the early seventeenth century, they {then} tended to regard Sufis as deviant.


Iran: Religious Life.” U.S. Library of Congress Country Studies, December 1987. This article consists primarily of public domain text from this source. shia.htm


What does all this mean? It means we can now trace with clarity the flaws of any mistaken beliefs as the trail, no matter how light, has been laid down for those who desire to think.


We have seen in these writings certain ways the uncaring, the unwise are trapped by their own presumptions. Are we, as loyal subjects to ALLAH, following the system of worship sent down by ALLAH or do some expect that ALLAH will follow our desires? It is true that ALLAH could make or force every one of HIS creations to be obedient to HIM as Muslims bowing down to HIS WILL.


However, even though HE did not want that anyone commit spiritual suicide as the New Testament declares, the more complete knowledge of HIM found in Islam declares that HE created man in such a high station that man himself is the ‘driver’ (his desires) towards success or damnation. So, man is not a lowly creature of monkey origins but a creature that was made by HIS hand and a creature when passing certain phases and ONLY WITH ALLAH’S PERMISSION can literally raise the dead and even easily transform lead into gold.


So literally THE ONE GOD made it, only when all is said and done, easy to reach the two destinations: Paradise and Hell-Fire. That by interpretation means that it is easy for those who by definition have those Primary Beliefs, Knowledge, Desires, Actions of serving their LORD and MASTER as HE HIMSELF has declared. That is to worship HIM AND HIM ALONE WITHOUT ATTACHING PARTNERS OR SUB-PARTNERS.


Therefore, HE presents the two ways for the journey of life: A chance to worship HIM as HE wants or a chance to worship HIM as the inner self, society, man-made beliefs have fashioned or created out from their imaginations.


What was talked about before in these writings was the perfect foil for those who ‘enjoyed in their hearts’, at least, the tampering with ALLAH’s TRUTHS. What I’m talking about, for one example, is brother Paul’s legacy of spreading the Gospel. Due to one’s heart and interpretation, the way one will go in worship will direct that person as to how he/she perceives the knowledge of true faith.


And account that the longsuffering of our Lord is salvation; even as our beloved brother Paul also according to the {type of} wisdom given unto him has written unto you;

As also in ALL his epistles, speaking in them of these things {difficult concepts to be grasped} ; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction {damnation}.

You therefore, beloved, seeing you know about these things beforehand, beware {be on your guard} lest you also, being led away with the error of the wicked, fall {from Grace} from your own steadfastness.  2 Peter (3: 15-17)


As one can see from this prophecy in the New Testament, what one has already in his heart will be a guide as to how the worshipper will lean as to the ‘way’ of worshipping his LORD. Anyway, further proofs must be presented as to the similarity between the Roman Catholic Church and the Shia faith as to having their backgrounds being found similar.


Philosophy and Sufism, for the most part, are quite similar and I venture to say that 95% of both of these associative institutions aren’t worth the paper they are written on. Furthermore, they have a tendency to lead men down pathways that would not be appreciated by the truthful, right-guided man. Finally, they can lead man into areas too dark and impractical to tackle but tantalizingly begging for answers that can only be generated from pure fiction.


Greek thought (called foolish by Paul) as in Greek philosophy was cherished by the church and formed a backbone for Christian philosophical theory and this led to mythological expressions of what is important for the ‘believer’. Thus we have important ‘mediaries’  who we can look up to and appeal to for help in granting favors or having men who are like pillars of faith who by their greatness share in the DIVINE QUALITIES. These beliefs, which are fostered and cared for by the men (religious leaders) who hand down dictates to the masses, will go forth to justify corrupt worship. So, 95% is for GOD while the other 5% goes to someone else? In truth, this falsehood just won’t cut it!


The activities and the belief systems of both Shia thought and the Roman Catholic Church have left in their wake something of the tomfoolery of beliefs that have led people astray. Yes, all religious sects have had their moments of ‘whoredom’ when it comes to the truth but false philosophies and other such foolish notions will show that it can be quite endemic when it comes to ideas based on utter rubbish.


The following written words were taken from the internet concerning Shia history:

Al-Jafr (book)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

Al-Jafr is a mystical Shia holy book compiled, according to Shia belief, by Ali and inherited by him from Muhammad. Al-Jafr is composed of two skin boxes in which were kept various books of the past Prophets and the books inherited from Muhammad, Ali and Fatimah to the Ahl al-Bayt, with each new Imam receiving them from his dying predecessor Imam, as well as the armor and weapons of Muhammad.

Al-Jafr was one of the sources and origins of knowledge acquired by the 12 Imams and Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq took pride in having possession of al-Jafr that comprised the hidden knowledge of Muhammad. The later Imams were accustomed to refer at times to the sacred and secret book of al-Jafr, which was left in their keeping by Ali and belief in the existence of al-Jafr with the Imams was firm, according to the Shia. The Imams also learned the science of Huruf (letters of the alphabet) from al-Jafr and used this science to derive facts and rulings from al-Jafr.

Al-Jafr was handed down among the Imams and the Shia believe it is currently in the possession of the “hidden” Imam Muhammad al-Mahdi.

Book of Fatimah

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

The Book of Fatimah, Mushaf of Fatimah or Fatimah’s Mushaf is according to Shi’as tradition, a book written by Fatimah, the daughter of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad.

Shi’a view

There are Shi’a Muslim tradition that can be found in Usul al-Kafi about a book called “Mushaf of Fatimah”, which speaks of Fatimah upon the passing of her father, Muhammad. There are several versions of this tradition, but common to all are that the angel Gabriel appeared to her and consoled her by telling her things (including future events regarding her offspring) that she wrote in a book. During these revelations, Ali acted as the scribe for Fatima. According to one tradition they were prophecies. The book, if it was ever physical, did not survive, and was seen to be something that the Mahdi would reveal in the last days.

Bahá’í view

Bahá’u’lláh, the founder of the Bahá’í Faith wrote Kalimát-i-Maknúnih or The Hidden Words around 1857. Bahá’u’lláh originally named the book The Book of Fatimah, though he later referred to it in its modern appellation and Bahá’ís believe that The Hidden Words is the symbolic fulfillment of the Islamic prophecy.

Sunni view

Sunni Muslims say that Fatimah never received divine revelations and deny the existence of the Book of Fatimah, as in their hadith collections it is not mentioned.

The following is a list of extinct sects of Shia Islam. These branches of Shi’i thought no longer have any living followers or practitioners.

Ghulat sects

Nuqtavites– who believed in a cyclical view of time, reminiscent of the

Isma’ili Shia.

Soldiers of Heaven– who believed that their former leader Dia Abdul Zahra  

           Kadim (died 2007 CE) was the Mahdi and reincarnation of Ali ibn Abi Talib.

Zaydi Shia sects

Dukayniyya– who believed Muhammad’s followers fell into unbelief after his death because they did not uphold the Imamate of Ali.

  • Jarudiyya– who believed the companions were sinful in failing to recognise Ali as the legitimate Caliph. They became extinct in Iran and Iraq but still survive in Yemen under the Hadawi sub-sect.
  • Khalafiyya– who believed in a unique line of Imams after Zayd ibn Ali ibn Husayn Ibn ‘Ali Ibn abu Talib, starting with a man named Abd al-Samad and continuing with his descendants.
  • Khashabiyya– who believed that the Imamate must remain only among the descendents of Hasan and Husayn, even if that Imam is ignorant, immoral and tyrannical.
  • Tabiriyya/Butriyya/Salihiyya– who believed the companions, including Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman, had been in error in failing to follow Ali, but it did not amount to sin.
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Mushaf Fatima
Abee `Abd Allaah said: “With us there is the Mushaf of Fatima. He said: ‘I said: “And what is the MuSHaf of Fatima? He said: “Mushaf of Fatima has three times the amount of your Qur’an. By Allah, There is not a single letter from your Qur’an.”

He (the narrator) said: “What is Mushaf of Fatima?” He said: So he was silent for a while. Then said: “You inquire of which you want, and about which you don’t really want. That Fatimah lived after the Messenger of Allah for seventy-five days. She entered in severe depression because (of the death) of her father. Jibra’eel would come to her so he would provide her (with) solace because (of the death) of her father. Jibra’eel would comfort her soul. Jibra’eel would inform her about her father and his place and about what would happen after her (death) about her progeny. And `Alee would write this, and this the Mushaf of Fatimah.”

Source:   Al-Kulayni, Al-Kaafi, vol. 1, pg. 241, hadeeth # 5?


That `Abd Al-Malik bin A`yan said to Abee `Abd Allaah : “The Zaydiyyah and the Mu’tizilah were circle around Muhammad bin `Abd Allaah (the narrator asked) Does he have any authority?” So he said, “I swear by Allah, that with me there are two books in which there is the name of every prophet and the name of every king that would rule on earth. No, I swear by Allah, that the name of Muhammad bin ‘Abd Allaah is not in the list as one of them.”

Source:   Al-Kulayni, Al-Kaafi, vol. 1, pg. 242, hadeeth # 7?


Does it mean to these foolish people that the Quran isn’t the last sacred revealed book?


As the story of Jesus the Christ (pbh), the dynamic messenger of ALLAH, was built up over time to be more legend and fantasy than a real, physical presence that offered the common man a simplistic manner of salvation, the tales of the Imams including the so-called ‘hidden Imam’ have done their part for self-glorification of those who immerse themselves with these cleverly descripted fantasies.


The biggest danger in all of these shenanigans is to take the Imamate to such a level that suggests that because these ‘mortals’ should have been nominated Caliph and they weren’t, then the system set up by ALLAH is not perfect. Moreover, when this is done, good people being outstanding in character become more than mere mortals as time passes by and become ‘legends’. Just like in the time of Noah (pbh) when certain honorable men were elevated after their deaths and much later they became deified.



On the authority of Abu Hurairah (may ALLAH be pleased with him), who said that the Messenger of ALLAH (pbh) said: ALLAH (glorified and exalted be HE) said: I am so self-sufficient that I am in no need of having an associate. Thus he who does an action for someone else’s sake as well as MINE will have that action renounced by ME to him whom he associated with ME.  (Muslim and by Ibn Majah)


On the authority of Abu Hurairah (may ALLAH be pleased with him), who said that the Messenger of ALLAH (pbh) said: ALLAH Almighty has said: The son of Adam denied ME and he had no right to do so. And he reviled ME and he had no right to do so. As for his denying ME, it is his saying: HE will not remake me as HE made me at first and the initial creation [of him – man] is no easier for ME than remaking him. As for his reviling ME, it is his saying: ALLAH has taken to HIMSELF a son, while I am the One, the Everlasting Refuge. I begot not nor was I begotten, and there is none comparable to ME.   (Bukhari and an-Nasa’i)


In an imaginary world, all people could live in peace and 2+2 could equal 4, 5, 6 or any number where all the answers would be correct. That world doesn’t exist so for our part, we must come together and strive for TRUTH, JUSTICE and the AMICABLE way. We were given that WAY many times in the past (there have been over 124,000 prophets given to the world) but man is quite contentious.


WE have explained in detail in this Quran for the benefit of mankind, every kind of similitude: But man is, in most things, contentious.     Q (18: 54)


The Sunni-Shia divide is one that has caused contention for many centuries just like the Catholic-Protestant divide. People have called for rapprochement or for a ‘getting together’ on mutual grounds. The problem is that the Sunnis gave and the Shias took and that was that. It occurred when the Ithna Ashura (the 12er Shia sect) was announced as one of the 5 schools of thought in Islam as if to suggest that their way can be acceptable or even joinable and the joiner can still be considered a Muslim in ‘good standing’!


However that may be, the Twelver sect should be considered a renegade sect with lots of innovations attached to it. Besides this, an attack on ALLAH’s Holy Word (suggesting that it is incomplete or it has been slightly altered) is an attack against ALLAH’s sworn Word and HIS ability to keep HIS Word INTACT AND UNCORRUPTABLE. Furthermore, the wanton attack on many of the righteous but all too human companions could give the impression that the Prophet (pbh) himself might have been a ‘dud’ as a leader of men and who failed to make a lasting impression on his community.* Finally, the exotic and perverse treatment given to many of the so-called Imams and even to their relations as in ‘shrine worship’ shows that ALLAH does not deserve from them 100% of their praise.


*Comparative religion makes it clear in the book entitled, the Song of Solomon in the Old Testament concerning the 10,000 Saints (followers of Muhammad (pbh) as he entered Makkah to finally overthrow pagan and heathen practices. So my statement to those who attack the Companions of the Prophet (pbh) is: “How are you deceived except in knowing that what you bring to the table is actually the love/hatred you have in your heart which is being thrown back in your face! Now is your chance to wake up and stop believing in romantic drivel and hogwash fairytales.


My beloved is white and ruddy, the chiefest among ten thousand.

His mouth is most sweet: yea, he is altogether lovely {translated as Muhammad(s) instead of ‘altogether lovely’ –a translated meaning by linguistic interpretation}. This is my beloved and this is my friend, O daughters of Jerusalem.         Song of Solomon (5: 10 and 16)



I was fortunate to come across the ‘real word’ for ‘those who have a philosophy that they are right and the rest of the people are wrong and not really Believers and or killing one, injuring one (those who do not believe the way they believe or a member of their special sect) is an honor blessed by ALLAH. The word is ‘Takfiri’.


These takfiri people can be of any sect and even of any religion. When one looks strictly at Islam, such radicals can be from either the Sunni or Shia schools of thought. Therefore, it overcomes the terms of Salafist or Wahabist because those terms signify that any Sunni sect is wrong to state any terms or declarations by the holy Prophet (pbh) that would be upsetting to the members of other sects. For example, anal intercourse with a woman is wrong but we shouldn’t declare it is wrong for those sects who practice it. Do you see the weakness or trap being laid down by those who overly use the word ‘Wahabist’? What a clever device to hamstring the Muslim Ulema!


Now some people might be thinking of backtracking due to so-called pressures from ‘the more civilized amongst us’ and proclaiming Islam is so peaceful that perhaps one day when two homosexuals are making love openly in the street that people should only just shake their heads and say, “tush, tush.” I say that because of the way some people have reacted to Ibn Taymiyyah and others who are being attacked or made fun of due to trying to hark back to the performances of old.


However, this ‘harking back’ sometimes becomes wrong when not taking into consideration the context and conditions taking place. That is true. However, at other times it may be totally correct but that depends on good scholars being on top of the job to interpret and define. The word ‘takfiri’ tends to eliminate certain ideas like the misrepresentation of Islam emanated from one country or that Islam is by its own nature violent and irresponsible.


So, that was the real gimmick of having the ‘lions roar’ outside the gates while destabilizing things inside the palace. And that is part of the job of these ‘lions’ that lie in wait for their prey like foxes. Their job is to DESTABLEIZE Sunni Islam and make it a cause of ‘doubt’ amongst the believers. In this way they hope to increase their membership and look forward to the day that their inventions will become reality.


On the authority of Abu Hurairah (may ALLAH be pleased with him), who said that the Messenger of ALLAH (pbh) said: ALLAH (glorified and exalted be HE) said: I am so self-sufficient that I am in no need of having an associate. Thus he who does an action for someone else’s sake as well as MINE will have that action renounced by ME to him whom he associated with ME.  (Muslim and by Ibn Majah)



On the authority of Abu Hurairah (may ALLAH be pleased with him), who said that the Messenger of ALLAH (pbh) said: ALLAH Almighty has said: The son of Adam denied ME and he had no right to do so. And he reviled ME and he had no right to do so. As for his denying ME, it is his saying: HE will not remake me as HE made me at first and the initial creation [of him – man] is no easier for ME than remaking him. As for his reviling ME, it is his saying: ALLAH has taken to HIMSELF a son, while I am the One, the Everlasting Refuge. I begot not nor was I begotten, and there is none comparable to ME.   (Bukhari and an-Nasa’i)


What happened recently in Paris concerning the murders of approximately a dozen bystanders in some cartoon-newspaper shop was outrageously stupid. However, it does push people to unveil their true identity and secret heartfelt leanings or inward rejoicement of being:

  1. Secularist – one who doesn’t have much of a strong feeling towards the belief in a Divine Being as to HIS being in control or even being wide awake.
  2. Anti-Islamic sentiments – Those who claim to believe in a GOD but their GOD favors them either in race, color or creed and if Jesus (pbh) had to be a Jew at least he was a perfect ‘White Christian’ about it.
  3. Atheistic – people who revel in a chance to bury the ‘idea of GOD’ and debunk HIS existence and those who take comfort in their own measly existence such that to them they are the joy of the universe.


The biggest hypocritical hogwash burped from the worldly-loving souls/minds after the Paris carnage is that those people who were wrongfully killed were millions of times greater in worth than any number of murdered human beings in other non-Western countries. Most of the people making this ‘show of pretense’ are Christians who have no real sense about Jesus (pbh) and what he stood for. What does this mean?


It simply means that we are heading for the close of this era* and a return of the Muslim Jesus the son of Mary (pbh) but first…


The tragedy with some so-called Muslims is that they have said that they were ashamed of being Muslim. To those people I say, “Your understanding of Islam is extremely weak and how would you like it if ALLAH refused to look at you on the Last Day because you were ashamed to love what HE LOVES and that is HIS PROPHET?


These times are times that compress the very soul, but wait, even worse, a lot worse is yet to come. And in these times it might profit a soul to make sincere devotion to the ONE GOD on the order of something like this:


O ALLAH AZZA WA JAL! YOU are the EVERLIVING, THE SELF-SUSTAINING and YOU are the BEST to Forgive sins so do forgive my sins. O ALLAH! YOU are AL-HAQQ! Ya-HAQQ, TRULY and WHOLLY are YOUR WORDS and TRULY and WHOLLY are YOUR PROMISES. Grant that the Ummat of Muhammad (pbh) be PRE-EMINANTE ON THE LAST DAY (YOUM AL-QIYAMA) and grant that the Ummat of Muhammad (pbh) be VICTORIOUS IN THIS WORLD AND IN THE HEREAFTER. AMEEN!


The Takfiri people have indeed hurt the image of Islam but that of course has been well-planned out by the ONE WHOSE PLANS ARE PERFECT. So, the worldly people feel they are victorious while the JEWS, as trouble makers, are profiting from this chaos and intend to create a ‘Greater Israel’ and the believers are once again caught in the middle with the days of rejoicing being few and far between.


One can say that the enemies of true Islam are getting their ‘goodies’ before their well-deserved and well-earned punishment in the Hereafter. In fact, the enemies of Islam are really the enemies of Jesus the son of Mary (pbh) and of that there can be NO doubt. And that statement can be proven to be completely and totally accurate from the careful and truthful study of the Old and New Testaments as well as Islamic works.


So there you have it! Follow the prophetic dictates emanating from the ONE GOD or follow one’s own corrupted desires. But note forthwith that everyone who has the ability of reason is responsible for his/her own soul as well as the rewards or punishments that will most surely follow.



*From the Old Testament:

For the king of the north shall return and shall set forth a multitude greater than the former and shall certainly come after certain years with a great army and with many riches.

And in those times there shall many stand up against the king of the south: also the robbers of thy people shall exalt themselves to establish the vision; but they shall fall.

So the king of the north shall come and cast up a mount and take the most fenced cities: and the arms of the south shall not withstand, neither his chosen people, neither shall there be any strength to withstand.    Daniel (11: 13-15)


As ALLAH WILLS, the ‘king of the south’ is the Arabian Peninsula which is mostly Saudi Arabia. The robbers of thy people {back in the days of Daniel (pbh)} were the Persians and now the Shia because of the ‘vision’ of their so-called brand of salvation that they wish to establish. As their brand is false, they will fail (fall). Finally, Saudi Arabia is in the process of screening out undesirables and trouble makers by building many fences. To the northern area a fortified 600 mile fence is being built and a 1,000 mile area to the south is being put under construction. For a while, these fences will hold but all things are in the hands of ALLAH.


Daniel (11: 21-44) are verses concerning the vilest person called the Anti-christ or the Dajjal.


As always, ALLAH KNOWS BEST so give it a few decades and what is meant to be will be!

O my LORD! Save me from laziness and the helplessness of old age and I seek refuge in YOU against the Fires of Hell, the Torment of the Grave and I seek refuge in YOU against the False Messiah.