AL'JIHAD : Volume One (Book) Volume One - Page 64

“Over it are Nineteen. And We have made none but angels wardens of the Fire, and We have not made their number but as a trial for those who disbelieve, that those who have been given the Book may be certain and those who believe may increase in faith, and those who have been given the Book and the believers may not doubt; and that those in whose hearts is a disease and the disbelievers say: What does Allah mean by this parable? Thus, Allah leaves in error whom He pleases, and guides whom He pleases. And none knows the hosts of thy Lord but He. And this is naught but a reminder to mortals” (Holy Qur’an 74:30-31). After the passing away of prophets, many followers misrepresented the efforts of the prophets who gave their lives willingly to the cause of Allah. In the era of prophet Muhammad Ibn Abdullah’s (pbuh) regime, his most trustworthy companions, Khadijah (First wife [rich / wealthy]), Ali (cousin), Zayd B. Harithah, Abu Bakr, Uthman B. Affon (very rich), Abdur Rahman B. Awf (rich / wealthy) and Talhah. These were the companions of the prophet Muhammad to whom the Qur’an ( ‫) ﺍ ﻟﻗﺮﺍ ﻦ‬ was revealed. They were his first followers in carrying out the Criterion (Law) of Commandments of Allah. However, before they were able to carry out the Criterion of Allah, they first had to be characterized by the code and nature of a willing Muslim (Mujahidun) and not an unwilling Muslim (Kafirun / Disbeliever). A successful willing Muslim is a person who has established ethical behavior in which he chooses righteous actions over evil in a willing manner without any compulsion from any other person. In addition, he willingly accepts the oath of belief and faith in bearing witness to Allah (there is) no god but He, the Ever-living, the Self-subsisting, by Whom all subsist. In addition, at least two witnesses should be present with one being the oath-giver, for Allah is always present as a Bearer of Witness of the manifestation of the two true Believing Muslims Mujahidun and the oath-taker. Shortly after, the willing Muslim Mujahidun is to be taught Iman: The belief in the Oneness of Allah; the existence of angels; the books; the prophets; the moment of resurrection; the moment of judgment; and Jihad. After Iman has been taught, the striving oath-taker should be taught Islam: He should bear witness again that there is Only One God Allah, who is without any associates; pray (Salah) five times daily; pay poor rate (Zakah); fast (Saum) during the month of Ramadan; and make pilgrimage (Hajj) to Mecca at lease once in a life-time. Finally yet importantly, the oath-taker should be taught Ishan: spiritual character. As a result of Muhammad Ibn Abdullah’s blessings from Allah regarding the revealed revelation (al’Qur’an), it is sad to say that many Muslims turn to worship Muhammad through the existence of other Hadiths which are known as side books of al’Qur’an and the reflection or supposed sunnah of Muhammad Ibn Abdullah other-than al’Hadith-al’Qur-an revealed to Muhammad ‘Ibn Abdullah of the Arabian Peninsula. Iman is the Seven Fundamental (Fundamentalist) Principles of Islam. And, Islam is the Five Extreme (Extremist) Pillars of Allah (swt) Religion for the Mujahidun willing submission. As I have previously mentioned in this book, the words Ash-Shirk-Al’Mukhabah are to believe with belief and faith in a most honest perceivable way that you truly worship One God, but in all actuality, you worship or associate someone or thing other than the Supreme Master Allah, out of ignorance. For many Muslims will be about to fight you if you say that Allah did not create Muhammad Ibn Abdullah first, and this is “AL’JIHAD” or “Imam Mahdi Is Now Implementing Al’Jihad World Wide” – by, Imam Mahdi . A Text Book Guide for IMAM MAHDI, Military, Inc.: © ® ™. Cheraw, SC. 29520 USA. : Of 765 + Pages Is 64