AL'JIHAD : Volume One (Book) Volume One - Page 88

“And thy Lord best knows those who are in the heavens and the earth. And certainly We made some of the prophets to excel others, and to David We gave the Zabur” (Holy Qur’an 17:55). “And those who disbelieve say: Why has not the Qur’an been revealed to him all at once? Thus, that We may strengthen thy heart thereby and We have arranged it well in arranging. And they cannot bring thee a question, but We have brought thee the truth and the best explanation. Those who will be gathered to hell on their faces--they are in an evil plight and straying farther away from the path” (Holy Qur’an 25:32-34). Question! what is a Prophet? Answer! a Prophet is a man who has received Revealed Information (Revelation) directly from the angel Gabriel (Jabri’al), whom Jabri’al received Revelation from Allah, the God of Righteousness so that the Prophet will not have doubt of any kind about the existence of Allah and his duties to Allah. Next, what is an Apostle or Khalifa? A Apostle or Khalifa is a man who has had direct communication with a Prophet, and in return for this direct communication, the Apostle or Khalifa takes the exact information as a Deputy and shares it with the masses; just as the Prophet shared the Revealed Information from the Angel Jabri’al. The action of the Apostle or Khalifa is commanded by the permission of Allah without tampering the Revelation. It is possible that a Apostle or Khalifa may have had a spiritual experience with Angels and other celestial existences though not that of revealed revelation. Last, what is a Messenger? A Messenger is a person who takes the revealed revelation of Allah, that which came through the Prophets with whom he did not have direct communication, and in return carries out every command of that revealed revelation as the Prophet did; the Khalifa does so without tampering of any kind as he shares it with the masses. Messengers also may have had spiritual experiences of numerous existences, whether celestial or uncelestial, tangible, abstract-tangible, and abstract in worlds of the Universe. However, we must believe in all the Prophets, in which they are acknowledged as Nabi-Rasul (Prophet-Messengers). Now, belief in all the Prophets of Allah. I mean that there were at different stages in the history of genekind, special servants of Allah whom He fashioned to be the best of His men messengers for the guidance of mankind. As a servant of Allah, I must believe in the efforts of all of them and those whose names are mentioned in the Holy Qur’an are twenty-five in number. I cannot personify anyone as a prophet if his name is not so in the Divine Book, nor can I deny the prophethood of any one whose name is so in the Divine Book, Holy Qur’an. Consequently, I do not know the names of all the prophets, nor do I know the names of all the Uvim(s) who delivered the message of Allah to mankind because there were up to 240,000 Prophets, Apostles (Khalifa), and Uvim (Mujahidun) through the passage of Era of genekind (beastman, mankind, human, and man), but the names of only twenty-five great Prophets are mentioned in the Quran and among the prophets whose names are mentioned are Adam, Idrees, Noah, Hud, Saleh, Ibrahim, Isma’il, Ishaq (Isaac), Ya’qoob (Jacob [Israel]), Yusuf (Joseph), Ayyoob, Shuaib, Musa (Moses), Haroon (Aaron), Lut (Lot), Yunus (Jonah), Al Yas’a, Zulkifr, Dawud (David), Sulaimon (Solomon), Illyas (Elias), Zakaria (Zacharias), Yahya, ‘Isa (Jesus), and Muhammad ‘Ibn Abdullah; peace be upon them (pbut). “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 88