AL'JIHAD : MESSENGERS (Angels & Devil) IN THE SKY (Captured Picture) AL'JIHAD Seventh Edition - Coker College copy - Page 59

However, when Isa and Barnabas found out that Paul (Saul) had started teaching people to worship Isa as the son of Allah, it highly upset Isa and Barnabas. Barnabas had a hard time with Paul, for Barnabas was the most trusted apostle of all the disciples of Isa. He kept the disciplines in line because of their previous conditions or state of mind as the enemies of Allah and His messengers. Therefore, Barnabas was the fourth and fifth eyes of Allah and His messengers, the second and third eyes of Allah, the Absolute Allah, the All-seeing Eye. As many prophets before ‘Isa, he was also given a sacred revelation and the name of the revealed communication received by ‘Isa is known as the Injil, which today the Western world calls the Gospel. Because ‘Isa did not write much of notice, others wrote his Sunnah (any action, deeds, directive sayings, and approvals of the prophet). However, the King James Version contains twenty-seven books although there are more books representing the Sunnah of ‘Isa’s Gospel, but the most important book to my understanding is the gospel of Barnabas. Barnabas was the apostle who summoned all of ‘Isa’s disciples to him, and so-called King James is the very reason the Gospel of Barnabas is not in the Bible (King James version). When ‘Isa approached the situation where he was able to go in a land that so much hated and despised him, and sadly to write, most of his Roman, Hebrew, and Jewish observer who posed themselves as deciples were the very ones who hated and despised ‘Isa. What is it that Allah reveals in the Holy Qur’an about the enemies of his righteous servants? “And thus did We make for every prophet an enemy, the devils among men and jinn, some of them inspiring others with gilded speech to deceive (them)” (the Holy Qur’an 6:113). Concerning prophet ‘Isa, there were many of his Jewish enemies who sought to kill him. The Jews hired Judas Iscariot a disciple of ‘Isa (so-called Jesus) to deliver ‘Isa to the Jews so they could kill him. The Jews gave Judas thirty pieces of silver to betray ‘Isa, after Judas gaining much knowledge from ‘Isa; Judas was a thief and a traitor. Judas practiced much deception toward ‘Isa and his Ministry (Iman). Yet, Judas was nailed to the cross due to the effects of miscodes to ‘Isa’s most popular enemies in their mistaken identification, because he through treason and the help of devils (popular enemies) attempted to destroy the Nation of Islam. However, first and most important, most, if not all Christians believe that ‘Isa was nailed to the cross, but that was not the fact or the situation. “Then one of the twelve, who was called Judas Iscariot, went to the chief Priests and said, ‘What will you give me if I deliver him to you?’ And they paid him thirty pieces of silver. And from that moment he sought an opportunity to betray him” (Bible – Matthew 26:14-16). Secondly, there is Paul (Saul) who before being a disciple hated ‘Isa with a deep passion. My reader, do you hear what I am saying to you? This man they called Saul hated my brother ‘Isa and if he had his way, Paul would have killed ‘Isa and those who followed him because of their views of ‘Isa, as a righteous leader of men. Fortunately, Paul did not have his way with conquering that situation. To his surprise, Allah blessed, or should I say cursed him with a vision of ‘Isa that caused Paul to be a follower of ‘Isa with prof \Y[YY[Hۙ[\و[Z ۜ\]Y[K\X\]Y][H]Y\قH]\[H[Z\ܙ [ܝ[][KHXX\\ۙ\و][K[X[Y\Y]]\B[HYܝ\HHZ[\Hو8&\K]و][\\H\][]H]\][\™][ [\[]\[\[\\X]\K][[]H[H\XZ]YH\›ۘHH\X]\YHXX]Y܈ܙY[\H[H[][][Z\Hۂ[Y\]H\XXHۙ[\و[Z[H[Y[ۈ\[Hو[Z  K]\]]8&\H[ܛ\H[[ۙH[HX][Z[\[][ۈH\[YB'S8&RRQ8'x$K[X[HXZB0H08(و Y\\ N