. There are no word/words holier than those two words. In Islamic parlancethose two words are of supreme importance in almost all religious rituals. Truly,
are the key words which unravel the mystery of Allah.
words are routine incantation in Islamic rituals, such as: attending a prayer, marriage, eating, drinking, reading, writing, sleeping, waking up, walkingdown, seating down, standing up, running, playing, urinating, kissing, copulating,sitting for an examination, visiting a doctor, setting out on a journey«.and whatnot.The only times these two extraordinarily holy words are not invoked are: Islamic beheading, slaughtering an animal, waging a war (
, defecating and visitinggraves. The words used in these occasions are;
Thanks to the Islamistterrorists and the snuff videos on Islamic beheading and decapitation shown in theInternet, I do not have to write much about these two other hallowed words of Islam.The world has already associated these two words (I mean
with terror,evil and murder. Curiously, one might notice that the most consecrated words, i.e.
are not announced during the cacophony of Islamic cry for prayer (
Instead, we hear
(three times) at the beginning and towards the end.
words are not Muhammad¶s invention. The pagans in Mecca used thosetwo sanctified words, though infrequently, in most of their rituals as they alsoconsidered Allah to be their supreme deity or God. They called this ritual
Its probable origin is from the Jewish custom of invoking
when they recited theTorah. It is not clear, who invented this custom²but it is certainly Muhammad whosteadfastly instituted this tradition (invoking
as a compulsory universal practice for the Muslims. As you proceed diligently with this essay, you willunderstand why Muhammad had made it obligatory to cite
in everyoccasion I mentioned previously.Thus, it is important that we meticulously dissect these two valuable words:
which are the roots of all Islamic acts. This will help us to understand themindset of Allah, which in turn is the key in understanding the state of mind of Muhammad and his religion, Islam. This is the prime focus of this essay²to decipher an esoteric Allah and His inseparable partner Muhammad.
The readers might find that certain sections are repetitive²to some extent. Ithappened simply because the Qur¶an and ahadith are repetitive. I tried to avoidrepetition as far as possible, but in a few cases this (repetition) could not be avoidedall together.
During the last few months I have received many e±mails from readers who were verycurious to know why I have been so silent. I am so flabbergasted by their show of sincere warmth, unbound encouragement and good advice, that I shall be doinginjustice to these readers if I fail to formally thank them for their genuine love,affection and understanding. I never knew that my writings could move people. Ithought my essays were trash²to be thrown in the dustbin of history. The onlyrewards, so far, I received were hate mails²hundreds of them and threats to kill me² just for speaking my mind. So, when I read e±mails from those readers who truthfully