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Dear Anon1

 

It might not be that i constantly look for flaws, its that i constantly find flaws or things i disagree with

 

So can you tell us clearly which part of is that you think it is a flaw and can you prove it as an error?

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I meant did they just Exist?

just appeared one day because god created them?

 

 

The part where they just miraculously come into being without any mediating processes. I think anon believes in an evolutionary explanation for the presence of humans, and so is wondering if he has to give this up to become a Muslim.

 

No they did not just exist, if you want to see an evolutionary explanation just look how you were born, till this day can we fully explain how a sperm becomes a two legged inteligent being?? Our own life is a evoution process, the Quran says that Adam was made from clay that Allah fashioned and formed him. This is speaking to a number of things for a real basic reading into this just look at how we are formed in the mothers womb, its like a piece of clay being formed. Adam was created in heaven right, now it is interesting to note that the word for heaven and sky share the same root word. Anyway we are looking at the formation of a religious leadership and a community to support that leadership. Adam is the leadership and Eve is the community......

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1. That we were made out of clay and dust from different parts of the world?

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From my perspective, i could maybe believe that God created that first cell and as it evolved over the millions of years we became what we are now and once we reached this state of intelligent life form, god gave us our spirits and the Quran as guidence?

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Dear Anon1

So can you tell us clearly which part of is that you think it is a flaw and can you prove it as an error?

It is hard to provide proof when your claim is "I don't believe the fantastical". A better request would simply be to ask what his doubts are and attempt a reasonable explanation for the matter, either by demonstrating that there is some misunderstanding and the issue is not as fantastical as he believes, or at least making the fantastical seem more plausible. Or just tell him that it is fantastical and an article of faith for Islam.

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From my perspective, i could maybe believe that God created that first cell and as it evolved over the millions of years we became what we are now and once we reached this state of intelligent life form, god gave us our spirits and the Quran as guidence?

 

 

yes but the spirit was always with us how we actualy came into being is a mystery however our own life coming from nothing a tiny sperm into something shows how God evolves us. Can you remember when u was a sperm? Of course not now that you are a grown being you are finding out about Allah. you can look at your own life and see Adam being created

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1. That we were made out of clay and dust from different parts of the world?

 

Further the quran also says water was used in creating every living thing. Therefore the elements of water should also contain in our bodies since we are living beings

 

As said in surathul Anbiya chapter 21 verse 30

30. Do not the Unbelievers see that the heavens and the earth were joined together (as one unit of creation), before we clove them asunder? We made from water every living thing. Will they not then believe?

 

This verse also talks about the big bang theory, in which it says "the heavens and the earth were joined together (as one unit of creation), before we clove them asunder?"

 

Below is the list of some elements that exist in the earth and human body

 

The 8 most common elements in Earth’s crust (by mass):

46.6% Oxygen (O)

27.7% Silicon (Si)

8.1% Aluminum (Al)

5.0% Iron (Fe)

3.6% Calcium (Ca)

2.8% Sodium (Na)

2.6% Potassium (K)

2.1% Magnesium (Mg)

All others 1.5%

 

Elements that exist in our human body

1. Oxygen (65%)

2. Carbon (18%)

3. Hydrogen (10%)

4. Nitrogen (3%)

5. Calcium (1.5%)

6. Phosphorus (1.0%)

7. Potassium (0.35%)

8. Sulfur (0.25%)

9. Sodium (0.15%)

10. Magnesium (0.05%)

11. Copper, Zinc, Selenium, Molybdenum, Fluorine, Chlorine, Iodine, Manganese, Cobalt, Iron (0.70%)

12. Lithium, Strontium, Aluminum, Silicon, Lead, Vanadium, Arsenic, Bromine (trace amounts)

 

 

From my little research what elements that existed on the earth is in greater or in lesser quantity in our human body. Indeed this is a sign that human was created as it is mentioned in the quran and sunnah.

 

Does this convince you?

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Ok, your gaining ground.... il get back to you my mind has gone blank....

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so why would god create humans who develop pubic hair if your supposed to shave it off, or men who are born with foreskins but must be circumsised?????

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Anon do you get a hair cut?? How come God didnt make you bald?? i mean If we cut our hair?? Why would God devleop humans who have eye sight to see out there into the universe if we can never reach a star?

 

Or what about why are we born naked but we get in trouble if we dont wear clothes? You follow laws and rules set up for you in your country, and God sets up rules and laws for us.

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That doesnt really answer my question, does god command you to cut your hair?

If i were to cook a pie and i didnt want it to taste like Apples then i wouldnt put apples in it would i?

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yes but you are asking us to question why God has asked us to cut off our flesh, this is the religion of Abraham, he done it and this is a symbol of cleanliness and it is seperates the believers in God from those who are not belivers. And also

 

1.

The inner layer of the foreskin lines a ‘preputial sac’, which becomes a repository for shed cells, secretions, and urinary residue that accumulates It is also a hospitable environment for the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms

2.

The warm, moist mucosal environment under the foreskin favours growth of micro-organisms (discussed in detail later). The preputial sac has even been referred to by Dr Gerald Weiss, an American surgeon, as a 'cesspool for infection' [608], as its unfortunate anatomy wrapped around the end of the penis results in the accumulation of secretions, excretions (urine), dead cells and growths of bacteria as referred to above. Parents are told not to retract the foreskin of male infants, which makes cleaning difficult. Even if optimal cleansing is performed there is no evidence that it confers protection Rather, the foreskin tends to trap and transmit micro-organisms, both to the man himself, and his sexual partners.

The bacteria alone give off an offensive smell and most people consider smegma to be unclean . Men differ in their sensitivity to this smell and some shower several times a day as a result . Some uncircumcised men, and/or their partners, find the stench so unpleasant that the foul odor has caused these men to seek a circumcision on this basis alone. Improved penile hygiene is perhaps the major reason for circumcision (82% in one study ) and, for most, smegma is regarded as unclean and infected with micro-organisms (88% in the same study ).

 

 

 

 

 

3.Hygene..

Infections of the urinary tract (UTI) are regarded as being COMMON in the pediatric population and can lead to significant morbidity . The highest prevalence and greatest severity of UTIs in boys is prior to 6 months of age , decreasing after infancy . The younger the infant, the more likely and severe will be the UTI and the greater the risk of sepsis and death .

 

A preliminary study in Sweden has shown that early breastfeeding might also lower UTI , but, whilst worthwhile for many reasons, is less effective, and cannot be advocated as a replacement for circumcision.

 

The foreskin creates hygene problems but if you dont Belive in God you can have a dirty penis or a clean one

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That doesnt really answer my question, does god command you to cut your hair?

If i were to cook a pie and i didnt want it to taste like Apples then i wouldnt put apples in it would i?

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so why would god create humans who develop pubic hair if your supposed to shave it off, or men who are born with foreskins but must be circumsised?????

 

There is something called Al-Fitrah in Islam, which is the natural disposition with which Allah created people and the path which He created them to follow.

 

Perfection is something that we seek, it is not something that Allah gave to us freely. Because ultimately, what counts is the effort one puts toward obeying his Creator.

 

Salam.

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That doesnt really answer my question, does god command you to cut your hair?

If i were to cook a pie and i didnt want it to taste like Apples then i wouldnt put apples in it would i?

 

Here

in the Quran Allah says:

[30.54] Allah creates you weak; after weakness He gives you strength and after strength weakness and gray hairs. He creates whatever He will. He is the Knower, the Capable.

 

Also

 

[95.4] Indeed, We created the human with the fairest stature

[95.5] and We shall return him to the lowest of the low,

 

Allah made us the lowest of the low, one of the example is that in heaven Adam pbuh and his wife private parts were hidden and whatever they ate, did not produce any waste (i think). While on this earth where we have been return to lowest of the low, whatever we eat, we know what we have to do afterward.

Then if Allah wills He will return us from the lowest to the highest.

 

On top of that we know nothing, all we know is what we have been tought be our Creator.

 

All Allah wish for us to be purfied and i can't imagine how much our Creator love us.

 

5.6.....He seeks only to purify you and to complete His Favor to you in order that you may thank.

 

Anyway if you really want to know your Creator, then beg Him for mercy and guidance, and He guides whomever He wills, alas we are in need of Him, and He needs no one.

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:sl: my dear brothers and sisters

 

Sister redeem has given you a good answer. Further I would like to add this hadith.

 

It was narrated from Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) that he heard the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) say: "The fitrah is five things: circumcision, shaving the pubes, trimming the moustache, trimming the nails and plucking the armpit hairs." Narrated by al-Bukhaari (5891) and Muslim (257).

 

We also have free will to do it. If we obey the messenger by circumsising, shaving the pubs, trimming the moustache and trimming the nails and plucking the armpit hairs, then we would be rewarded. If a person has obeyed the messenger, he has obeyed Allah (swt)

 

Surathu Noor Chapter 24

54. Say: "Obey Allah, and obey the Messenger. but if ye turn away, he is only responsible for the duty placed on him and ye for that placed on you. If ye obey him, ye shall be on right guidance. The Messenger.s duty is only to preach the clear (Message).

 

Further it was this messenger who instructed us to be clean after "nature calls", to comb our hair, beards, to wash our body etc... However, naturally, our human body creates the waste while our hairs, beards and body gets dirty. Just because it happens naturally, it doesnt prove that there are flaws in the creation of humans...

 

Moreover, did you ever find these beautiful and complete instructions in anyother religion? Whats more, there are health benefits in circumsising, trimming the nails and many doctors often tell to shave the public hair

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Hmmmmmm ok... another few Qs...

So how old does Islam believe the world is?

How long ago was Adam and Eve created and how long betweeen their creation and The Quran being written?

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I would like to add a hadeeth. It may be revelent if someone explains it.

 

Abu Huraira reported that The Prophet (PBUH) said: “All what of son of Adam will (be consumed) by the earth except the coccyx from which he was created and from which he will be resurrected †Reported by Albukhari, Al Nassaii, Abu Daoud, Ibn Majah and Ahmad in his Mousnad and Malek in his Mouattaa.

 

As was reported by Abu Huraira the prophet (PBUH) said: “There is a bone in the Son Of Adam that the earth will never eat. They said what is it Oh Prophet of Allah? He said: It is the coccyx†Reported by Albukhari, Al Nassaii, Abu Daoud, Ibn Majah, Ahmad in his book “al Mousnad†and Malek in his book “Al Mouattaaâ€.

 

 

Modern embryolgy has proven that man is created from this primitive streak which helps cells to grow and become full organs.

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yes, someone explain it please....

i am currenntly in a state of limbo not knowing wth to believe.

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You either believe that everything works in a coincidence or that Allah controls the creation. If Allah controls the creation and everything is in His hands, than, no one or nothing else deserves to be wordiped but Him.

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Read this:

The Creation of Mankind

Ibaadah is the basis and pillar of the Deen (religion) and for it Allaah Azzawajall[1] created Jinn and Mankind. The Exalted said:

 

{And I have not created Jinn and Men except that they may worship Me}[2]

 

Allaah has described in detail His signs and miracles to mankind that they may come to recognise and believe in Him and realise that He is their Creator, Maker and Fashioner. Among the greatest of His signs and miracles is the creation of man from a mere sperm drop into a fully grown creature.

 

{He (Allaah) fashioned both male and female from a drop of fluid that has been ejaculated}[3]

 

{Verily, it is We who have created man from a drop of mingled liquids(male and female ejaculations}[4]

 

{Does man think that He is left to Himself to waste his life? Was he not a mere sperm (drop of fluid) out of semen that has been ejaculated? Thereafter he became an Alaqah (into different organs) and then (Allaah) gave its form and shape. And He, out of that semen, made both sexes the male and the female. Is He then not able to bring the dead back to life?}[5]

 

{We created man from the quintessence of mud. Thereafter, We placed him as a drop of liquid (sperm) in a firm lodging (the womb). Then We fashioned the sperm (Nutfah) into something that clings (Alaqah) which We fashioned into a chewed like lump/flesh (Mudghah). Then We fashioned the chewed like lump/flesh into bones then We clothed the bones with flesh. Then We developed out of it another creature. So Blessed be Allaah, the Best of Creators}[6]

 

Subjection of the Universe for Mankind

Allaah, the Exalted has created and subjected all that is in the Heavens and the Earth for mankind so that they recognise this great blessing and honour and that this facilitates for them the performance of their obligation towards Him.

 

{Do you not see that Allaah has subjected to you all that is in the Heavens and the Earth}[7]

 

{And He has subjected to you all that is in the Heavens and the Earth; it is all as a favour and kindness from Him. Verily, in it are signs for a people who think deeply}[8]

 

{Allaah is He who has created the heavens and the earth and sends down water (rain) from thesky, and thereby bought forth fruits as provisions for you; and He has made the ships to be of service to you, that they may sail through the seas by His Command; and He has made rivers also to be of service to you. And He has made the sun and the moon, both diligently pursuing their courses, to be of service to you; and He has made the night and day, to be of service to you. And He gave you all that you asked for, and if you count the blessings of Allaah, never will you be able to count them}[9]

 

{And the cattle, He has created them for you; in them their is warmth (warm clothing) and numerous benefits and from them you eat}[10]

 

 

Sustenance

Allaah has made marriage and lawful sexual relations the route by which every soul will come into his or her life on this earth for a decided period and the means by which the human race will continue.

 

[it is He who has created you from clay, and then has decreed a stated term (for you to die)}[11]

 

{It is He who takes your souls by night (when you are asleep) and has knowledge of all that you have done by day, then he raises (wakes) you up again that a term appointed (your life period) may be fulfilled, then in the end unto Him will be your return. Then He will inform you what you used to do}[12]

 

The sustenance for every individual (during his lifespan) has been determined and apportioned to make him reach his fixed period (i.e. lifespan). Also, to enable him to perform the obligatory duties imposed upon him.

 

{And He sent down from the sky water and with it brought out (from the ground) fruits as sustenance/provision for you}[13]

 

Abdullaah ibn Mas'ood (radiallaahu-anhu) said: The Messenger (sallallaahu-alaihi-wasallam) told us, and he is the truthful, the believed: "Indeed, the creation of one of you is brought together in his mother's womb in forty days as a drop of sperm, then as something which clings for a similar period, then as a chewed lump (of flesh) for a similar period. Then an angel is sent to blow into it the soul. And it (the angel) is commanded to write down four things: his sustenance, his age, his deeds and whether he will be wretched or happy"[14]

 

The Heart, Eyes and Ears

Among Allaah's blessings are that He has given us the faculties of hearing, seeing and understanding. Allaah the Exalted said:

 

Say: It is He Who initiated your (creation) and gave you hearing, sight and understanding (a heart), little thanks do you give.[15]

 

 

 

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Ibn Taymiyyah (rahimahullaah) says: "Allaah, the One free from all imperfections, the Exalted, created the heart for man that he may know things by it, just as he has created the eyes that he may see things by them and the ears that he may hear things by them and likewise [He created] all the various limbs for a specific purpose"[16]

 

The hearts were created to know Allaah, become acquainted with Him, love Him, fear Him, develop a nearness and attachment to Him and become satisfied with Him. Also, to reflect, understand and receive admonition and guidance by the Books and Messengers sent by Allaah Azzawajall.

 

{Allaah sends down the most excellent of speech, a Book, its parts resembling each other in goodness and truth, oft-repeated. The skins of those who fear their Lord shiver from it (when they recite it or hear it). Then their skins and their hearts soften to the Remembrance of Allaah. That is the Guidance of Allaah. He guides therewith whom He pleases and whomever Allaah sends astray, for him there is no guide}[17]

 

{Indeed there is within that a Remembrance for whoever has a heart and lends an ear while he is a witness}[18]

 

{Indeed in the Remembrance of Allaah do hearts find satisfaction}[19]

 

 

"The ears carry words which contain 'knowledge' to the heart" [20] and therefore have been made the carriers of the knowledge which is contained in sounds/words to the heart. Allaah the Exalted said:

 

{Indeed there are signs within that for a people who listen}[21]

 

{Will they then not listen}[22]

 

{That We might make it a remembrance for you, and the keen ear (person) may (hear) and understand it.}[23]

 

Likewise, the eyes have been made the carriers of the knowledge which is obtained by sight and observation to the heart. Allaah the Exalted said:

 

{Have they not observed the things Allaah has created?}[24]

 

{And We bring forth from it produce from which their cattle and their own selves do eat. Do they then not see}[25]

 

{And within your own souls, will you not observe?}[26]

 

{Do they not travel through the earth and see what was the end of those who came before them?}[27]

 

{The One Who has created the seven heavens one above another, you can see no fault in the creation of the Most Beneficent. Then look again: "Can you see any rifts?" Then look again and yet again, your sight will return to you in state of humiliation worn out}[28]

 

 

 

Knowledge and Reflection

And thus, the heart accesses knowledge by these two routes (sight and hearing) and the heart "is in reality the place of knowledge"[29], reflection and understanding.

 

{Do they not travel through the earth that they may have hearts with which they understand}[30]

 

{Do they not carefully reflect over the Qur'aan or are there locks upon their hearts}[31]

 

{They have hearts with which they do not understand}[32]

 

The eyes provide the heart with knowledge of Allaah's handiwork, craftsmanship, skill, His signs and wonders to mankind and the deserted ruins of the previous nations. The ears provide the heart with the knowledge of what Allaah has rehearsed to them about Himself (His Names and Attributes) and from among His verses, what He has enjoined upon them, forbidden them, what He has warned them with (Hellfire), what He has promised them with (Paradise), knowledge of the examples He has set forth for mankind and of how He has dealt with the nations gone by.

 

Once the heart receives this knowledge it reflects and cogitates with it so that the Tawheed of Allaah Azzawajall, His absolute ownership over the Universe, and His right to be worshipped alone becomes apparent to it just like the daylight to the eyes.

 

Ibn al-Qayyim says: "The signs (handiwork) of Allaah which are observed give testimony to the truthfulness of the Aayaat of Allaah which are heard"[33]. The Exalted says:

 

{Soon will We show them Our Signs in their own souls and in the furthest horizons until it becomes clear to them that this is the Truth}[34]

 

Meaning that: "We shall show them from Our Aayaat (signs) which they observe, witness (and which they hear about) by the faculties which We have bestowed upon them so that it becomes evident to them that that this Book (and the verses and signs contained therein) which We have revealed to them and which they read and recite is nothing but the manifest truth".

 

Consequently, the servant of Allaah is made to realise the truth. Also his insignificance, helplessness and the Grandeur and Might of Allaah the Exalted; and therefore his absolute dependance upon Allaah Azzawajall for guidance and assistance in all his affairs till his matter has been decided (i.e. entry into Paradise or Hellfire).

 

 

 

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Guidance

Ibn Al-Qayyim (rahimahullaah) says: "So it is not befitting for Him (Allaah) to leave His servants without a purpose, neglected; without teaching them what will benefit or harm them in their daily lives and in the Hereafter. This would be an injustice to His Ruboobiyyah[35] and ascribing to the Exalted Lord that which does not befit Him".[36]

 

He also says: "Whoever gives the name Ar-Rahmaan its due right knows that it necessitates the sending of messengers and revealing of books greater than it necessitates sending of the rain, causing the herbage to grow and bringing out the seed (from the ground). (Mankind's) need/dependance upon Allaah's Mercy for that from which life is obtained by the hearts is greater than (mankinds) need/dependance upon Allaah's Mercy for that by which the bodies obtain life".[37]

 

Allaah has made the Angels, the Books and the Messengers the means by which He informs and reminds His servants of their origins, their purpose and their inevitable end; by which He teaches them that which will benefit them and harm them in both the worlds. Also, to give glad tidings of Paradise to the obedient and grateful and to warn with Hellfire the disobedient and ungrateful.

 

{He sends down the angels with the Spirit of His command upon whomsoever He wills from amongst His servants, commanding them thus: 'Warn that there is nothing deserving of worship except Me alone therefore fear Me'}[38]

 

{And We have sent to every nation a Messenger with this command: That you should make your Ibaadah for Allaah alone and avoid (the worship of false gods)}[39]

 

{And We do not send the Messengers except as givers of glad tidings (of Paradise to the Believers) and warners (of Hellfire to the Disbelievers and Transgressors)}[40]

 

By them, He made clear to His servants the path of guidance and safety and asked them to follow it and also made clear to them the paths of misguidance and destruction and warned from following them.

 

{He (Allaah) said: 'Get you all down from here! And if there comes to you guidance from Me, whosoever follows My guidance then He will not go astray and neither will he be wretched. And whosoever turns away from My Remembrance then He will have a narrow, constricted life and We shall raise him on the day of Judgement blind. He will say 'O My Lord! Why have you raised me blind while I had sight before?' He (Allaah) will say: 'Thus My signs came to you yet you forgot them so likewise, on this day will you be forgotten'.} [41]

 

Abdullaah ibn Mas'ood said: "Allaah's Messenger drew a line for us, then he said, "This is Allaah's way". The he drew lines to its right and left and said "These are the other different ways. Upon each of these ways is a devil calling to it." Then he recited:

 

{And this is My Straight Path , therefore follow it and do not follow other paths so that they separate you from His path.}[42]"[43]

 

The Messenger (sallallaahu-alaihi-wasallam) also explained: "I have left you upon clear and evident proof. Its night is like its day, no one deviates from it after me except that he is destroyed"[44]

 

So Allaah is not one who is unjust and has neglected His creation. Rather, He sent them messengers and books and explained to them in detail the way of life He has ordained for them. As a result, this places the burden of responding to this message upon the whole of mankind. Furthermore, there is no excuse for them for deviating from the Straight Path which Allaah has explained in detail through His Messenger (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) after having been guided to it.

 

Responsibility

Allaah has made the heart the master of the body. He also made it the object of knowledge, admonition, guidance and healing.

 

{O Mankind! There has come to you a good advice from your Lord and a healing for that which is in your breasts - a guidance and a mercy to the Believers}[45]

 

{And whoever believes in Allaah, He guides his heart}[46]

 

Just as the heart was created to know Allaah and adore him, the limbs and joints were created to actualise the Ibaadah of Allaah Azzawajall, to prostrate and bow to Him and to help fulfil the obligations men owe to their Maker and those which they owe to each other.

 

The heart is the king and the limbs are its troops. The limbs follow the heart and are subservient to it. The hearts like, dislike, love, hate, fear, desire, wish and aspire (on account of what they are filled with by means of the eyes and ears and the process of reflection/thought/imagination) and the limbs give effect to that by the performance of actions. Allaah the Exalted says:

 

{But He will take you to account for what your hearts have earned}[47]

 

And there occurs in the hadeeth reported by Muslim which clarifies this:"Indeed Allaah does not look at your bodies nor at your appearances but He looks at your hearts and your actions" [48]

 

 

 

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As such, the goodness or badness of a believer's conduct depends on his actions; his actions are performed by the limbs Allaah has made for him. His limbs in turn are subservient to his heart which is the controller of his body. The Messenger (sallallaahu-alaihi-wasallam) said: "Indeed, there is a piece of flesh in the body which if it is wholesome and sound the whole body is wholesome and sound and which if it be corrupt the whole body is corrupt. Indeed, it is the heart"[49]

 

In view of this, the servants's success in the Hereafter depends on the condition of his heart. Allaah the Exalted said:

 

{The Day on which neither wealth nor sons will benefit. Except he who comes to Allaah with a sound heart}[50]

 

Allaah revealed to His servants and made obligatory upon them that which would guide, heal and admonish their hearts so that they remain pure, sound and healthy. This is nothing but the Ibaadah of Allaah Azzawajall to which the hearts are naturally inclined. He made clear to them the consequences should they believe in this message and also the consequences should they disbelieve or become ungrateful. He has done this in a manner which is truly exhaustive and full of concern, compassion and care.

 

{O you who bellieve! Answer Allaah (by obeying Him) and (His) Messenger when he calls you to that which gives you life and know that Allaah comes in between a person and his heart. And verily to Him shall you all be gathered}[51]

 

Whoever responds to this call and humbles himself then he will have prospered and will be given an everlasting life of joy and bliss. Allaah has prepared immense rewards for he who comes to Allaah having kept his heart pure (from all false beliefs, doubts, suspicions, lusts and desires) and filled his heart with Eemaan (faith); and on account of that, worshipped Allaah upon Tawheed, in the manner requested by Allaah Azzawajall and as described by His Messenger (sallallaahu-aliahi-wasallam).

 

As for those who associate partners with Allaah, disbelieve in Allaah and His Messenger, refuse His worship out of arrogance, are neglectful in their worship, or increase in their sins and transgressions to such an extent that their acts of worship become null and void, for them Allaah has prepared a punishment equivalent to their transgression and sin. Like for like.

 

{Truly, when it was said to them: "Laa ilaaha illallaaha" (none is deserving of Ibaadah in truth except Allaah alone) they puffed themselves up with pride (i.e. denied it)}[52]

 

{And your Lord said: Call upon me (i.e. believe in My uniqueness and My right to be worshipped and then ask me anything), I will respond to your invocation. Verily! Those who scorn My worship (i.e. do not believe in Me and do not call upon Me) they will surely enter Hell in humiliation}[53]

 

{And We shall drive the Mujrimoon (Polytheists, sinners, criminals. disbelievers in the worship of Allaah etc.) to Hell, in a thirsty state (like a thirsty herd driven down to water)}[54]

 

{This day (Day of Resurrection) no soul will be dealt with unjustly and nor will you be requited anything except that which you used to do}[55]

 

The free will and choice which Allaah has given every person (by means of the faculties of hearing, sight and reflection/thought) justifies their responsibilty and accountability for their actions and also the resulting reward or punishment.

 

{Verily, We have shown him the way, whether he be grateful or ungrateful}[56]

 

{And We have guided Him (i.e. shown him, made clear to him) to the two paths (i.e. the path of righteousness and the path of evil}[57]

 

{And say: The Truth is from your Lord, so whoever wishes then let him believe and whoever wishes then let him disbelieve} [58]

 

Therefore:

 

{Every soul is held in pledge for that which he has earned}[59]

 

Judgement

Allaah has decreed death for all of mankind and none of them can escape it. Death is the means by which the fixed term of each soul comes to an end and is returned to its Lord to be judged and subsequently rewarded or punished without the least injustice.

 

{Wherever you may be Death will overtake you}[60]

 

{Every soul shall taste Death and then will you be given your recompense on the Day of Judgement. So whoever is saved from the Fire and is made to enter Paradise then he will have succeeded and this Life is nothing but a deceiving entertainment}[61]

 

Unification of Ibaadah for Allaah the Exalted

As such, whoever reflects and ponders over what has preceded will realise that the whole of creation revolves around nothing but the Ibaadah of its Creator and Sustainer

 

 

 

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The unification of Ibaadah for Allaah Azzawajall alone and the avoidance of the Ibaadah of everything that is besides Him is that end for which the Messengers were sent, may the prayers and blessings of Allaah be upon them all. Allaah the Exalted said:

 

{And We have indeed sent to every Ummah (Nation) a messenger (with this command) that you should worship Allaah (alone) and avoid (the worship of) all false deities}[62]

 

Furthermore, this aim or objective (unifying all worship for Allaah alone) is the cause of the dispute of the messengers with their respective peoples and due to it mankind has become divided into two parties: a party in Paradise and a party in the Blazing Fire.

 

As for those who are in the Fire then they are those who deny Allaah Azzawajall absolutely; or acknowledge Allaah's Ruboobiyyah (Lordship) over the universe (meaning that He created, owns and regulates the heavens, the earth and all that is between them by Himself without any partners or helpers) but do not worship Him in His Uloohiyyah[63] by making their Ibaadah exclusively for Him alone or paying part worship to others besides Him. Such was the case of the pagans of Makkah to whom the Messenger (sallallaahu-alaihi-wasallam) was sent. The Exalted says:

 

{Say: 'Who provides for you from the sky and from the earth? Or who owns hearing and sight? And who brings out the living from the dead and brings out the dead from the living? And who disposes the affairs (of this universe)?' They will soon say: 'Allaah'. Say: 'Will you then not be afraid (of Allaah's punishment)?'}[64]

 

{Say: 'Who is the Lord of the Seven Heavens and the Lord of the Great Throne?' They will soon say: 'Allaah'. Say: 'Will you then not fear Him. Say: 'In whose Hand is the Sovereignty of everything and He protects (all) but against whom there is no protector if you really do have knowledge?'. They will soon say: 'Allaah'. Say: 'How then are you deceived and turn away from the Truth?'}[65]

 

 

So they believed in Allaah's Ruboobiyyah, even in some of His Names, but that did not make them Muslims. Rather, Allaah the Exalted called them disbelievers and made their abode the Hellfire, inspite of their affirmation of His Ruboobiyyah.

 

As for those who are in Paradise then they are those who have affirmed their belief in Allaah, the Exalted and everything that is due to Him from His Names and Attributes, who have believed in His Messengers and have responded to their call by making all their Ibaadah purely for Allaah alone; who travel upon their way, in both belief and action, and who then remain steadfast upon the Truth and strive for its dominance.

 

{Indeed those who say: "Our Rabb (Lord) is Allaah and thereafter Istaqaamoo (remain steadfast) [i.e. upon his sincere worship and all that it entails], on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve}[66]

 

So they acknowledge His Ruboobiyyah due to their saying "Our Lord is Allaah" and then they worship Him alone on the path of Istiqaama.[67]

 

Therefore making all of Ibaadah for Allaah Azzawajall alone is the basis of the Deen of Islaam as the meaning of Laa ilaaha illallaaha is "that there is nothing which has the right to Ibaadah in truth except Allaah alone". This meaning is indeed the straight and firm Deen which most of mankind are heedless of. The Exalted said:

 

{He has commanded that you do not worship except Him alone. That is the straight upright Deen yet most of mankind do not know}[68]

 

For this reason it is obligatory for every one who desires entry into Paradise and deliverance from the Fire that he is acquainted with its meaning, conditions, characteristics and perfection.

 

 

 

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1 Azzawajall: This term is really two words 'Azza' and 'Jalla'. Azza means strength and power coupled with honour and Jalla means sublime, lofty, exalted and dignified. Both the words together show the absolute Greatness of Allaah and His Magnanimity.

2 [Dhaariyaat 51:56]

3 [Najm 53:45-46]

4 [insaan 76:2]

5 [Qiyaamah 75:36-40]

6 [Mu'minoon 23:13]

7 [Luqmaan 31:20]

8 [Jaathiyah 45:13]

9 [ibraheem 14:32-34]

10 [Nahl 16:5]

11 [An'aam 6:2]

12 [An'aam 6:60]

13 [ibraaheem 14:32]

14 Reported by Bukhaaaree and Muslim from Abdullaah ibn Mas'ood

15 [Mulk 67:23]

16 [Majmoo al Fataawaa 9/307]

17 [Zumar 39:23]

18 [Qaaf 50:33]

19 [Ra'd 13:28]

20 [Majmoo' al-Fataawaa 9/310]

21 [Yoonus 10:67]

22 [sajdah 32:26]

23 [Haaqah: 69:12]

24 [Nahl 16:48]

25 [sajdah 32:27]

26 [Dhaariyaat 51:21]

27 [Rum 30:9]

28 [Mulk 67:3-4]

29 [Majmoo al-Fataawaa] (9/313) For an excellent discussion on the nature of the heart, eyes and ears and their role, interdependence and importance in the acquisition of knowledge and understanding, refer to Majmoo al-Fataawaa of Ibn Taymiyyah (rahimahullaah) (9/310)

30 [Hajj 22:46]

31 [Muhammad 47:24]

32 [A'raaf 7:179]

33 [Al-Fawaaid] of Ibn al-Qayyim p.32

34 [Fussilat 41:53]

35 Ruboobiyyah: A term denoting the absolute sovereignty and kingship of Allaah over the heavens and the earth and whatever is between them. The verb 'rabba' (and the noun rabb, translated as Lord) is derived from it, meaning: 'to nurture, to bring to fruition, to create, own and regulate, control and bring together all the elements necessary for the existence and well being of something or somebody'. It has three aspects to it: Khalq (creativity): Allaah by Himself makes everything from nothing; Mulk (possession): Allaah, by Himself owns everything; and Amr (administration): Allaah by Himself, controls, directs everything that He creates and all that He owns. Some of the proofs for these are:

 

{He (Allaah) has the creation and His is the command/administration. Blessed be Allaah the Rabb of all the worlds} [A'raaf 7:54]

 

{Allaah is your Rabb. He owns everything and those whom you call upon besides Him do not own even the white stringy-strand on a date-stone (such a minute possession)} [Faatir 35:13]

 

Some of Allaah's Names are related to His Ruboobiyyah and are more specific than the name ar-Rabb. For example: ar-Razzaaq (the Provider), al-Muhyee (the One Who Gives Life). Likewise their are certain actions which are related to His Ruboobiyyah and are more specific than the name ar-Rabb. For example: sending down the rain, splitting the seed, giving someone honour or lowering someone, guiding and misguiding etc.

 

36 [Al-Madaarij us-Saalikeen] of Ibn al Qayyim 1/31

37 ibid. 1/32

38 [Nahl 16:2]

39 [Nahl 16:36]

40 [An'aam 6:48]

41 [Taa Haa 20:122-126]

42 [An'aam 6:153]

43 Reported byImaam Ahmad in his [Musnad]

44 Reported by Ahmad and Ibn Maajah - hadeeth hasan

45 [Yoonus 10:69]

46 [Taghaabun 64:11]

47 [baqarah 2:225]

48 Reported by Imaam Muslim in his Saheeh

49 Reported by Imaam Muslim in his Saheeh

50 [shu'araa 26:89]

51 [Anfaal 8:24]

52 [saaffaat 37:35]

53 [Ghaafir 40:60]

54 [Maryam 19:86]

55 [Yaa Seen 36:54]

56 [Dahr 76:3]

57 [balad 90:10]

58 [Kahf 18:29]

59 [Tur 52:21]

60 [Nisaa 4:78]

61 [Aali Imraan 3:185]

62 [Nahl 16:36]

63 Uloohiyyah: A term denoting that Allaah is the only One to Whom all forms of worship should be directed in truth, whether actions of the heart (feelings), words and statements or actions of the limbs. The word Ilaah is derived from it meaning: Something that is adored, worshipped, turned to i.e. an object of worship, subservience and adoration. There is nothing else besides Him who deserves that, and this is the meaning of the testimony 'Laa ilaaha illallaaha' (There is no Ilaah which is deserving of worship/subservience except Allaah), the truth and certainty of which every messenger came to establish. Allaah Azzawajall says:

 

{Your Ilaah is but one Ilaah} [Nahl 16:20]

 

{And He alone is the Ilaah in the Heavens and the Ilaah in the Earth} [Zukhroof 43:84}

 

{Invoke not, or pray to any Ilaah along with Allaah. There is no Ilaah but He} [Qasas 28:88]

 

64 [Yoonus 10:31]

65 [Mu'minoon 23:86-89]

66 [Ahqaaf 46:13]

67 Istiqaama: Steadfastness and patience upon the Straight Path or upon good deeds.

68 [Yoosuf 12:40]

 

 

 

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And my second claim: Who do Muslims worship?

Who do Islams worship?

 

 

Praise be to Allaah.

 

Before answering, we would like to express our appreciation for your interest, at such a young age, in the religion of Islam. May Allaah open the door for you to find much blessing through your asking this question, and decree for you guidance such as you have never thought of. Allaah [the Arabic name for the One True God – Translator] says in the Qur’aan [the Holy Book of Islam] (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“This is the Guidance of Allaah with which He guides whomsoever He will of His slaves…†[al-An’aam 6:88]

 

“And whomsoever Allaah wills to guide, He opens his breast to Islam…†[al-An’aam 6:125]

 

With regard to this important question – who do the Muslims worship? – the answer is to be found in the Holy Qur’aan, which is the Scripture of Islam, and in the words of the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) who received Revelation from his Lord.

 

Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“In the name of Allaah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful. All praises and thanks be to Allaah, the Lord of the ‘Aalameen (mankind, jinns and all that exists), the Most Beneficient, the Most Merciful, the Only Owner (and the Only Ruling Judge) of the Day of Recompense (i.e., the Day of Resurrection). You (Alone) we worship, and You (alone) we ask for help (for each and every thing).†[al-Faatihah 1:1-5]

 

“O mankind! Worship your Lord (Allaah), Who has created you and those before you so that you may become al-muttaqoon (the pious).†[al-Baqarah 2:21]

 

“Such is Allaah, your Lord! None has the right to be worshipped but He, the Creator of all things. So worship Him (Alone), and He is the Wakeel (Trustee, Disposer of affairs, Guardian) over all things.â€[al-An’aam 6:102]

 

“And your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him, and that you be dutiful to your parents. If one of them or both of them attain old age in your life, say not to them a word of disrespect, nor shout at them but address them in terms of honour.†[al-Isra’ 17:23]

 

Muslim worship Allaah [the One True God] whom all the Prophets worshipped. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“Or were you witnesses when death approached Ya’qoob [Jacob]? When he said unto his sons, ‘What will you worship after me?’ They said, ‘We shall worship your God, the God of your fathers, Ibraaheem [Abraham], Ismaa’eel [ishmael] and Is-haaq [isaac], One God, and to Him we submit (in Islam).†[al-Baqarah 2:133]

 

The Muslims worship Allaah and call others who follow different religions to worship Allaah Alone, as Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“Say [O Muhammad]: ‘O People of the Scripture [Jews and Christians]: come to a word that is just between us and you, that we worship none but Allaah, and we associate no partners with Him, and that none of us shall take others as lords besides Allaah.’ Then, if they turn away, say, ‘Bear witness that we are Muslims.’†[Aal ‘Imraan 3:64]

 

It is Allaah Alone Whom Nooh [Noah] (peace be upon him) called his people to worship, as Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“Indeed, We sent Nooh [Noah] to his people and he said: ‘O my people! Worship Allaah! You have no other god but Him. Certainly, I fear for you the torment of a Great Day!.’†[al-A’raaf 7:59]

 

It is Allaah Alone whom the Messiah [Jesus] (peace be upon him) called people to worship, as Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“Surely they have disbelieved who say: ‘Allaah is the Messiah [Jesus] son of Maryam [Mary].’ But the Messiah said: ‘O Children of israel! Worship Allaah, my Lord and your Lord.’ Verily, whosoever sets up partners in worship with Allaah, then Allaah has forbidden Paradise for him, and the Fire will be his abode. And for the zaalimoon (polytheists and wrong-doers) there are no helpers.†[al-Maa’idah 5:73]

 

Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“And (remember) when Allaah will say (on the Day of Resurrection): ‘O ‘Eesa [Jesus], son of Maryam [Mary]! Did you say unto men: ‘Worship me and my mother as two gods besides Allaah?’ He will say: ‘Glory be to You! It was not for me to say what I had no right (to say). Had I said such a thing, You would surely have known it. You know what is in my inner-self though I do not know what is in Yours. You, only You, are the All-Knower of all that is hidden and unseen.

 

Never did I say to them aught except what You (Allaah) did command me to say: “Worship Allaah, my Lord and your Lord.†And I was a witness over them while I dwelt amongst them, but when You took me up, You were the Watcher over them, and You are a Witness to all things.’â€[al-Maa’idah 5:116-117]

 

When Allaah spoke to His Prophet Moosa [Moses] (peace be upon him), He said (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“Verily, I am Allaah! None has the right to be worshipped but I, so worship Me, and perform al-Salaah [prayer] for My Remembrance.â€[Ta-Ha 20:14]

 

Allaah commanded His Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) as follows (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“Say [O Muhammad]: ‘O mankind! If you are in doubt as to my religion (Islam), then (know that) I will never worship those whom you worship, besides Allaah. But I worship Allaah Who causes you to die, I am commanded to be one of the believers.†[Yoonus 10:104]

 

It is Him Alone, with no partner or associate, Whom the angels worship and do not worship anyone or anything besides Him, as He says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“To Him belongs whosoever is in the heavens and on earth. And those who are near Him (i.e., the angels) are not too proud to worship Him, nor are they weary (of His worship).â€[al-Anbiya’ 21:19]

 

Everything that is worshipped instead of Allaah can neither bring benefit nor cause harm, it can neither create nor provide. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“Say (O Muhammad, to mankind); ‘How do you worship besides Allaah something which has no power either to harm or to benefit you? But it is Allaah Who is the All-Hearer, All-Knower.’†[al-Maa’idah 5:76]

 

“You worship besides Allaah only idols, and you only invent falsehood. Verily, those whom you worship besides Allaah have no power to give you provision, so seek your provision from Allaah (Alone), and worship Him (Alone), and be grateful to Him. To Him (Alone) you will be brought back.†[al-‘Ankaboot 29:17]

 

Having explained this, we must complete the topic by asking: why should we worship Allaah Alone with no partner or associate? The answer is as follows:

 

Firstly: because there is nothing and nobody else in the universe that deserves to be worshipped, for Allaah is the Creator and Sustainer, Who has created the universe out of nothing and has bestowed so many blessings upon us. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“So glorify Allaah, when you come up to the evening [i.e., offer the Maghrib (sunset) and ‘Isha’ (night) prayers], and when you enter the morning [i.e., offer the Fajr (morning) prayers].

 

And His is all the praise and thanks in the heavens and the earth, and (glorify Him) in the afternoon [i.e., offer ‘Asr (mid-afternoon) prayer] and when you come up to the time when the day begins to decline [i.e., offer the Zuhr (mid-day) prayer].

 

He brings out the living from the dead, and brings out the dead from the living. And He revives the earth after its death, and thus shall you be brought out (resurrected).

 

And among His Signs is this, that He created you (Adam) from dust, and then [Hawwa (Eve) from Adam’s rib, then his offspring from the semen, and], - behold you are human beings scattered!

 

And among His Signs is this, that He created for you wives from among yourselves, that you may find repose in them, and He has put between you affection and mercy. Verily, in that are indeed signs for a people who reflect.

 

And among His Signs is the creation of the heavens and the earth, and the difference of your languages and colours. Verily in that are indeed signs for men of sound knowledge.

 

And among His Signs is the sleep that you take by night and by day, and your seeking of His Bounty. Verily, in that are indeed signs for a people who listen.

 

And among His Signs is that He shows you the lightning, by way of fear and hope, and He sends down water (rain) from the sky, and therewith revives the earth after its death. Verily, in that are indeed signs for a people who understand.

 

And among His Signs is that the heaven and the earth stand by His Command, then afterwards when He will call you by single call, behold, you will come out from the earth (ie.e, from your graves, for reckoning and recompense).

 

To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and the earth. All are obedient to Him.

 

And He it is Who originates the creation, then will repeat it (after it has perished), and this is easier for Him. His is the highest description (i.e., none has the right to be worshipped but He, and there is nothing comparable unto Him) in the heavens and in the earth. And He is the All-Mighty, the All-Wise.â€[al-Room 30: 17-27]

 

Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“Is not He (better than your gods) Who created the heavens and the earth, and sends down for you water (rain) from the sky, whereby We cause to grow wonderful gardens full of beauty and delight? It is not in your ability to cause the growth of their trees. Is there any god with Allaah? Nay, but they are a people who ascribe equals (to Him)!

 

Is not he (better than you gods) Who has made the earth as a fixed abode, and has placed rivers in its midst, and has placed firm mountains therein, and has set a barrier between the two seas (of salt and sweet water). Is there any god with Allaah? Nay, but most of them know not.

 

Is not He (better than your gods) Who responds to the distressed one, when He calls Him, and Who removes the evil, generations after generations. Is there any god with Allaah? Little is it that you remember!

 

Is not He (better than your gods) Who guides you in the darkness of the land and the sea, and Who sends the winds as heralds of glad tidings, going before His mercy (rain)? Is there any god with Allaah? High Exalted be Allaah above all that they associate as partners (to Him)!

 

Is not He (better than your so-called gods) Who originates creation, and shall thereafter repeat it, and Who provides for you from heaven and earth? Is there any god with Allaah? Say: ‘bring forth your proofs, if you are truthful’

 

Say: ‘None on the heavens and the earth knows the unseen except Allaah, nor can they perceive when they shall be resurrected.’â€

 

[al-Naml 27:60-65]

 

So is there anyone or anything besides Allaah that deserves to be worshipped?

 

Secondly: Allaah did not create us except to worship Him, as He says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“And I (Allaah) created not the jinns and humans except they should worship Me (Alone).â€[al-Dhaariyaat 51:56]

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Well, there you go anon. If that didn't answer your question, I don't know what will. :sl:

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Dear Anon1

 

I hope I have helped in convincing you.. Hasnt the time has come for you to believe in Islam? Dear Anon1 What is stopping you from accepting the truth and that is to recognise your creator as your God and to single Him out alone without associating any partners or faslse gods beside him. Whats stopping you from submitting ur will to the one true God? In arabic this whole phrase is called as Islam (Islam means Peace aquired by submitting your will to Allah - Definition by Dr.Zakir Naik) . Now lets hear a few words from the Quran, the word of Allah. I hope this can convince you.

 

If you decide to be a muslim ( a person who submits his will to Allah-Allah is a better word that could be used instead of God (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetirf(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=124&Itemid=97"]Read more[/url],) please say the shahadhah, and that is,

 

Ash hadhu allaa ilaa ha ill lallaah, Wa ash hadhu anna Muhammedah Rasoolul laah

 

Meaning:

 

I bear witness that there is no God, but Allah, and I bear witness that Muhammed is the messenger of Allah.

 

May Allah show you the right path. Ameen

 

 

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