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Conspiracies Against the Quran

Conspiracies Against the Quran

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Conspiracies against the Quran
by Dr. Syed Abdul Wadud
 
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Conspiracies against the Quran
by Dr. Syed Abdul Wadud
"Do not read to contradict and refute, nor to believe and take it for granted, but to weighand consider."
Table of contents
Preface.................................................................................................................................3Chapter 1: The Divine Guidance........................................................................................5Other gods.......................................................................................................................5Intermediaries between man and God.............................................................................5Priest Worship.................................................................................................................8The Quran the Divine Message.......................................................................................8Ancestral Worship........................................................................................................12Sect Worship (Madhab)................................................................................................12Tradition Worship.........................................................................................................12Hadith............................................................................................................................14The True Position of Ahadis.........................................................................................15Saint Worship................................................................................................................16Worship of the Dead.....................................................................................................17Worship of the Past.......................................................................................................17Leader Worship.............................................................................................................17Shirk..............................................................................................................................18Sabotage of Islam..............................................................................................................20Issue of Caliphate..........................................................................................................23Inheritance of Caliphate by Descent.............................................................................29Wasi..............................................................................................................................30Another Conspiracy......................................................................................................32Revenge Against Islam.................................................................................................36The Shia Subsects and Their Beliefs............................................................................37Islam Changed from ‘Deen’ or a Social Order to Religion..........................................47Tasawwaf or Mysticism................................................................................................55Conspiracy Against the Quranic Text...............................................................................57Material used by Muhammad for writing the Quran....................................................65The Quran as viewed by non-Muslim Historians.........................................................67
 
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Preface
I picked up the idea and felt the necessity of writing this book from the letter sent to meby Prof. J.M.S. Baljon of the Leyden University in October 1972. In response to mypresenting him my book entitled, Phenomena of Nature and the Quran. Dr. Baljon, whileappreciating my book, pointed out to me the views of another Muslim writer on theQuranic interpretations, in the following words "Curiously enough I received a monthago from a colleague and co-religionist of you: Dr. Muhammad Kamil Husayn, a surgeonin Cairo, a book he just had published with excurses of Koranic exegesis. In this work called al-Dhikr al-Hakim his argument is the opposite of yours, i.e.’ he considers it purestupidity to produce so-called al-Tafsir al-Ilmi..."I have not had the occasion of reading the work of Dr. Kamil, but I was not the leastsurprised to note his views. Since the face of Islam has been changed by the conspiracieswhich I am going to describe in the following pages, there is no dearth of such Muslimswho consider that the words of Quran have got "hidden meanings" and are meant to beused only for their magic effect. Such people do not consider the Quran as a book of Knowledge. Here in my present work I have explained the vicious conspiracies of variedtypes and origin hatched from time to time against the holy Quran. Such conspiracies notonly transformed the vigorous activity generated by the Quranic teachings into passivity;it rather changed the entire outlook on the life of Muslims. The passive Islam prevalent inthe Muslim world today is poles apart from the dynamic Islam presented by the Quran.Belief in one God has been replaced by belief in a number of gods. The concept of Sovereignty of Allah in human affairs has been changed to the concept of Sovereignty of the people or the Sovereignty of individual human beings. Consequently thecentralization of Ummat is lost. Instead of subservience to Allah, the Muslims today aresubservient to Imams, Pirs, Faqirs, Mullas and all sorts of political and intellectualexploiters. The mission of the last messenger (s) of God was to release humanity from theheavy burdens and the yokes that were upon them (Al-Quran 7:157). The Rasool (s)achieved this goal, gave a practical demonstration of it and left behind him a pattern forthe smooth development of humanity. But the conspiracies by the enemies of Islam brokethat pattern and the Deen brought by the Rasool (s) changed into religion, and whereverMuslims were in power, it got bifurcated into 'church' and 'State'. As a result of it, theMuslims today are growing under the pressure of the same weights and are bound by thesame yokes from which the Rasool (s) came to release them. The 'Pharoahs' or thepolitical exploiters, the 'Hamans' or the religious and intellectual exploiters and the'Qaroons' or the economic exploiters are again rampant as much in the Muslim countriesas in any other part of the world. Now instead of one central organization and one code of life given by the Quran, as it was put into practice by the Rasool (s), there are hundredand one ways of life which have made the Muslim Ummat, now divided into nationsraised on territorial basis, fall steep into a position of fear and dependency. The struggleto get out of it but, without the light of the Quran, fail to do so. The only hope of theirescape from their present day plight lies in the reunion into a 'stable and well-knitUmmat' and this objective cannot be achieved unless there is a conviction that the Quranis the final, complete and the only message of Allah, now present on the face of the faceof the earth, for the guidance of mankind; and unless this belief is put into practice withinthe pattern demonstrated by Muhammad (s). In collecting material for this work I have

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