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islam of shaitan poem by javed javed
Islam of Satan!
O Tell! Why Muslims are unsuccessful every where?
Why the Night of Wrath of Allah is upon Muslims?
Why obscenity & rowdiness is common in Mosques?
Why even name of Islam is now in ill-repute?
Why Namaz & Hajj are like empty tumblers?
Why doesn’t Allah show you the Way of Muhammad (S)?
Why Qur’an is gone and personal gods are in Mosques?
Why Paradise is not yours? Why your end result is in Hell?
You worship humans and abandoned Humanity also,
This is not the Islam of Muhammad (S); this is a Islam of Satan.

Very simple English understanding of an Urdu language poem “Shaitan Ka Islam” or Islam of Satan by Javed Javed - 7 August 2012

Qur'an QXP-2:251. Then they routed them by God’s leave, as David (Daud, who was an officer of Saul) slew Goliath. And God gave him the kingdom and sound judgment and taught him what He willed. If God had not repelled some people by means of others, the earth would have been filled with bloody crimes. But God is the Lord of kindness to the worlds. [12:22, 22:39, 28:14]

Qur'an-2:251(Eng Yusuf Ali). By Allah.s will they routed them; and David (286) slew Goliath; and Allah gave him power and wisdom and taught him whatever (else) He willed (287). And did not Allah Check one set of people by means of another, the earth would indeed be full of mischief: But Allah is full of bounty to all the worlds (288).

286 Note how the whole story is compressed into a few words as regards narration, but its spiritual lessons are dwelt upon from many points of view. The Old Testament is mainly interested in the narrative, which is full of detail, but says little about the universal truths of which every true story is a parable. The Qur'an assumes the story, but tells the parable. David was a raw youth, with no arms or armour. He was not known even in the Israelite camp, and the giant Goliath mocked him. Even David's own elder brother chided him for deserting his sheep, for he was a poor shepherd lad to outward appearance, but his faith had made him more than a match for the Philistine hosts. When Saul offered his own armour and arms to David, the young hero declined, as he had not tried them, while his shepherd's sling and staff were his well-tried implements. He picked up five smooth pebbles on the spot from the stream, and used his sling to such effect that he knocked down Goliath. He then used Goliath's own sword to slay him. There was consternation in the Philistine army: they broke and fled, and were pursued and cut to pieces. Apart from the main lesson that if we would preserve our national existence and our faith it is our duty to fight with courage and firmness, there are other lessons in David's story: (1) numbers do not count, but faith, determination and the blessing of Allah; (2) size and strength are of no avail against truth, courage, and careful planning; (3) the hero tries his own weapons, and those that are available to him at the time and place, even though people may laugh at him; (4) if Allah is with us, the enemy's weapon may become an instrument of his own destruction; (5) personality conquers all dangers, and puts heart into our own wavering friends; (6) pure faith brings Allah's reward, which may take many forms: in David's case it was Power, Wisdom, and other gifts; see next note.

287 David was not only a shepherd, a warrior, a king, a wise man, and a prophet, but was also endowed with the gifts of poetry and music. (R).
288 Allah's plan is universal. He loves and protects all His creatures and His bounties are for all worlds (1:2 n. 20). To protect one He may have to check another, but we must never lose faith that His love is for all in boundless measure. (Cf. 22:40 ).

Qur'an QXP-5:54. O You who have chosen to be graced with belief! If any of you reverts from his faith, soon God will bring forth people whom He will love and they will love Him. They will be kind to the believers, and stern with the rejecters. They will strive in the cause of God without fear of any blame of a fault-finder. Such is the bounty of God that He bestows according to His laws. God is All Encompassing, All Knower.

Qur'an-5:54 (Eng-Yusuf Ali). O ye who believe! if any from among you turn back from his Faith, soon will Allah produce a people whom He will love as they will love Him,- lowly with the believers, mighty against the rejecters, fighting in the way of Allah, and never afraid of the reproaches of such as find fault.(767) That is the grace of Allah, which He will bestow on whom He pleaseth. And Allah encompasseth all, and He knoweth all things.

767 - As "most men are rebellious" ( 5:49 ), it is inevitable that there should be apostates even from such a religion of reason and common-sense as Islam. But here is a warning to the Muslim body that they should not repeat the history of the Jews, and become so self-satisfied or arrogant as to depart from the spirit of Allah's teaching. If they do, the loss will be their own. Allah's bounty is not confined to one group or section of humanity. He can always raise up people who will follow the true spirit of Islam. That spirit is defined in two ways: first in general terms; they will love Allah and Allah will love them; and secondly, by specific signs; amongst the Brethren, their attitude will be that of humility, but to wrongdoers they will offer no mealy-mouthed compromises; they will always strive and fight for truth and right: they will know no fear, either physical, or that more insidious form, which says: "What will people say if we act thus?" They are too great in mind to be haunted by any such thought. For, as the next verse says, their friends are Allah, His Prophet, and His people, the people who judge rightly, without fear or favour.

Qur'an QXP-9:31. They take their rabbis, priests and monks to be their Lords* besides God. And they take as their Lord, the Messiah son of Mary. Yet they were commanded to worship but One God. There is no god but He. Praise and glory to Him, He is far too Glorious for what they ascribe to Him. [*Talmud shows the Jewish superstition of ascribing divinity to Ezra, rabbis, saints, doctors of law and learned men. And the doctrine of Papal infallibility, divinity of saints and praying to them are common in the Roman Catholic Church]

Qur'an 9:31 (Eng-Yusuf Ali). They take their priests (1286) and their anchorites tobe their lords in derogation of Allah,(1287) and (theytake as their Lord) Christ the son of Mary; yet theywere commanded to worship but One Allah. there is no god but He. Praise and glory to Him:(1288) (Far is He) from having the partners they associate (with Him).

1286 Ahb'ar. doctors of law; priests; learned men. Cf. 5:44 , where they are associated with Rabbis. Ruhban: monks, ascetics, anchorites, men who have renounced the world; where there is a celibate clergy, the term can be applied to them as well as to members of monastic orders. It is also permissible to apply the term to "saints", where they are deified or credited with divine powers, or where people pray to them as they do in the Roman Catholic Church.
1287 Priest worship, and the worship of saints and ascetics is a form of superstition to which men have been prone in all ages. The growth of Jewish superstition is shown in the Talmud, and of Christian superstition in the doctrine of papal infallibility and the worship of saints. The mere idea of a separate order of priesthood to stand between Allah and man and be the exclusive repository of Allah's secrets is derogatory to the goodness and all-pervading grace of Allah. The worship of "lords many and gods many" was not confined only to the Pagans. The deification of the son of Mary is put here in a special clause by itself, as it held (and still holds) in its thrall a large portion of civilised humanity. 1288 Cf. 6:100.

Qur'an QXP-81:8-9. When the little girl that was buried alive is made to ask - For what crime she was slain. [Women’s rights will be restored]

Quran 81:8-9 (Eng-Yusuf Ali). When the female (infant), buried alive, is questioned - For what crime she was killed;(5977)

5977 (8) In this world of sin and sorrow, much unjust suffering is caused, and innocent lives sacrificed, without a trace being left, by which offenders can be brought to justice. A striking example before the Quraysh was female infanticide: cf. 16:58-59, and n. 2084. The crime was committed in the guise of social plausibility in secret collusion, and no question was asked here. But in the spiritual world of Justice, full questions will be asked, and the victim herself-dumb here-will be able to give evidence, for she had committed no crime herself. The proofs will be drawn from the very means used for concealment.





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