AL'JIHAD : MESSENGERS (Angels & Devil) IN THE SKY (Captured Picture) AL'JIHAD Seventh Edition - Coker College copy - Page 374

Muslim Mujahidun to obey nor take the word of disbeliver whether in authority or not in authority. And any who reject Allah al’Qur-an is disbeliever. After a hundred fifty years of the death of Muhammad (pbuh); the Shi’a and the Sunni have caused a major division between the Believing Muslims. Yet, not Muhammad (pbuh), nor his Four Rightly Guided Khalifat and/or Successors have any neither dispute nor division concerning authority – each knew and accepted their rank. Thus, it is decreed by Allah in His al’Qur-an Islam gradual triumph over all religions in the worlds by it’s (al’Qur-an) Law. However, Muslims have divided this one man Imam Mahdi-al’Khalifa into two different men, thus causing the Believing Muslims to split into two major sects, and spiral down into many sects to develop in the world of the One Islam Community (Ummah): Shi’a and Sunni (the person) or Sunna (the religious sect). “As for those who split up their religion and become sects, thou hast no concern with them. Their affair is only with Allah, then He will inform them of what they did” (al’Qur-an 6:160). Further, Allah forbid anyone to write anything about His messenger. Therefore, Muhammad forbid anyone to write anything about himself. Muhammad only command his scribers to write al’Qur-an. “Say: If men and Jin should combine together to bring the like of this Qur-an, they could not bring the like of it, though some of them were aiders of other” (al’Qur-an 17:88). Khalifa – is the Commander and Chief (Deputy – Leader) of the Islam Ummah (Community). It was 632 CE when Muhammad died, and Abu Bakr took over authority of the Islam Community (Ummah) in the position of the Khalifa. Consequently, many of the Believing Muslims at that time believed that Ali should have been the Imam-al’Khalifa after the death of the Prophet. They believed that Muhammad told Ali that he was to be Khalifa at the moment of his death. Whereas, after the death of Muhammad (pbuh) came an election. It was the Muhajirun (the believing Muslims who left Mecca [Mekkah or Bekkah] with Muhammad) Arabian Peninsula and the Ansar (the people that became believing Muslims by helping the Prophet when he went to Medina – Arabian Peninsula) who feared that the Islam Community would begin confusion without a Khalifa (Deputy – Commander – Leader), because they said that could not find Ali (Nabi-Rasul Muhammad cousin). The meeting of the Ansar took vote without the presence of Ali – which resulted in Abu Bakr being the successor and first Khalifa (632-634), after the Prophet-Messenger’s death. Abu Bakr appointed Umar as the second Khalifa (634-644). Further, before the death of ‘Umar accrued, Umar confirmed the establishment of an Islam Advisory Council, whereupon ‘Uthman became third Khalifa (644- 656). From al’Mawardi’s Governmental Statutes – On the Contract of the Caliphate “S29…the Council now decreased to two – Ali and ‘Uthman. ‘Abd al’Rahman then left to find out how the people felt and when night fell he summoned al’Miswar b. Makhrama and went with him to ‘Ali and Uthman. There he took an oath from each of them that whomsoever he chose, they would act in accordance with Allah’s Book and the Way of His Prophet, and that if the other were chosen, they would harken and obey. Then he chose ‘Uthman.” Again, after the death of ‘Uthman; there was still no confirmed Khalifa, so the Advisory Council held another election: From al’-Mawardi’s Governmental Statutes – On the Contract of the Caliphate “S7. Yet another group maintains that the Khalifa may be conferred by one, since al-‘Abbas said to ‘Ali (may Allah be pleased with them), ‘Hold out your hand for I acknowledge you by oath, and let the people say that the uncle of the Prophet acknowledges his paternal cousin so that no two men will raise objection.” ‘Ali became fourth Khalifa (656-661). Abu Bakr, Umar, ‘Uthman, nor Ali have never established written reports about Muhammad (may Allah be please with all of them); they only recited and established the teachings of al’Qur-an. Now, after a hundred-fifty years of the death of the Seal of the Prophet, there were writings, “AL’JIHAD”– by, Imam Mahdi . © ® ™ : Of 842 Pages Is 374