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Allah a Great Liar

Allah a Great Liar

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Published by Rahul Raj
Allah a Liar according to his own scripture....
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Allah: The Great Liar!
 byMohammad Asghar 22 Oct, 2007Allah has said in the Quran:17:59:“And We refrain from sending the Signs, only because the men of the former generationstreated them as false: We sent the She-camel to the Thamud to open their eyes, but they treatedher wrongfully: We only send the Signs by way of terror (and warning from evil).”To us, it is a very important verse of the Quran not because it lets us feel in Allah a senseof defeat, which He often suffered in the hands of the humans, but for the reason that it introducesHim to us in His true and real color of a great liar. Owing to this reason, we shall look at thisverse a little bit more closely.Even though the English rendering of this verse differs from translator to translator, alltranslators are, however, unanimous in that that the word “Signs” in it denotes those visible, andin many cases the palpable, miracles, which prophets presented to their people to prove that theywere the prophets or the apostles of Allah.[1] The Quran clearly testifies to this fact.Because it was Allah Himself who had told the Meccan Pagans that all the prophets and apostlesof the past had to prove their prophethood to their people byhaving Allah cause, on their behalf,visible and palpable miracles, they demanded from Muhammad that he, too, must bring about atleast one miracle to prove that he was, indeed, a prophet sent to them by Him to lead them to Hisrighteous path. Since it was a major challenge from the Pagans to the Prophet of Islam, Allah became unduly agitated and brushing aside His irregular protocol, which required Him to dictateto Muhammad the responses He wanted him to give to his antagonists as well as to his followerswith the word “Say” prefixed to each response, Allah personally appeared before the MeccanPagans and told them what we are now able to read in the verse, thanks to the goat, which hadfailed to find, in the room of Aisha, the paper on which it was written down to satisfy its hunger.Allah’s response to the Pagans was straight, concise and clear, it being: I have stopped sendingmiracles, because the men of former generations treated them as false. To drive home His position on miracle, together with indicating the period of time in which He made His decisionnot to cause it, He also told them: I had sent my miracle in the shape of a she-camel to theThamud people to open their eyes, when apostle Salih was with them, but they treated her wrongly and killed her.[2] After that violent action of the Thamud, I decided to send to thehumans only those Signs, which terrorize them.In which era, or the period of time, apostle Salih had come to the Thamud people is notmentioned in the Quran, but we can safely conjecture that he must have preceded Moses andJesus Christ by thousands of years. Which means (1) that Allah must have stopped sendingvisible and palpable miracles to the humans long before both Moses and Christ set their foot onearth and (2) that they did not perform any miracle to prove their prophethood to the people for want of approval, and help, from Allah.
Are we right in believing that Moses and Jesus Christ had performed no miracle, and if the samewas also the case with Muhammad, who graced ourearth after them? Let us see how the Qurananswers our question.Concerning Moses, it says:2:60: “And remember Moses prayed for water for his people; We said: “Strike the rock with thystaff.” Then gushed forth therefrom twelve springs. Each group knewits own place for water. Soeat and drink of the sustenance provided by Allah and do no evil nor mischief on the (face of the)earth.”And again:7:117: “We put ii into Moses’ mind by inspiration: “Throw (now) thy rod”: and behold! Itswallows up straightway all the falsehoods which they fake!”These two verses, as well as others we have not mentioned here, tell us in no ambiguous termthat Allah had on one occasion used Moses’ staff or rod to create twelve springs of water out of arock, and on anotheroccasion, he turned it into a python that swallowed up those serpents, whichthe Egyptian Pharaoh’s magicians had created with the help of their own rods. In the words of Allah, what the magicians had done was a trick, but what He had done to their trick was amiracle from Him!On Jesus Christ the Quran says:19:29: ”But she pointed to the babe. They said: “How can we talk to one who is a child in thecradle?””19:30: “He said: “I am indeed a servant of Allah: He hath given me revelation and made me a prophet;”It is clear from this verse that Jesus Christ was able to talk to people while he was in the cradle.This was clearly a miracle, and Allah performed it to prove to the detractors of Mary, Christ’smother, that her son was not an illegitimate child and that he was, indeed, a prophet of Allah.Did Allah perform any miracle in the lifetime of Muhammad? The answer is: Yes, for the Quransays:54:1: “The Hour (of Judgment) is nigh, and the moon is cleft asunder.”54:2: “But if they see a Sign, they turn away, and say, “This is (but) transient magic.”Ibn Kathir quotes Anas bin Malik, a companion of Muhammad, as saying:“I heard the Messenger of Allah say, (You and the Last Hour are as close as these two(fingers).)''' Only Imam Ahmad collected thisHadith. There is proof to support these Hadiths in
the Sahih listing, Al-Hashir (literally the Gatherer), among the names of the Messenger of Allah;he is the first to be gathered, and all people will be gathered thereafter (for the Day of Judgement).Allah's statement, (and the moon has been cleft asunder.) It occurred during the time of Allah'sMessenger, according to the authentic Mutawatir Hadiths the scholars agree that the moon wascleft asunder during the lifetime of the Prophet, and it was among the clear miracles that Allahgave him. Hadiths mentioning that the Moon was split.”[3]So, Allah did, indeed, perform miracles when Moses, Jesus Christ and Muhammad were tryingto bring their people to the righteous way of Allah. The splitting of the moonby Allah in the timeof Muhammad was a portent that the hour of Judgment was at the doorsteps of the MeccanPagans to strike them, but they were able to avert it, probably, by asking their idols to stop Allahfrom carrying out His threat against them.. The idols silently prevailed over Allah, and He wasforced to scrap His dangerous plan against the Pagans, with the promise never to think againabout destroying the whole Universe in His lifetime for the fault of a small number of the Paganswho occupied a tiny portion of one of its small planets, the earth.In no other way can anyone explain why Allah postponed His decision to put the Pagans of theArabian Peninsula on trial for their misdeeds, especially, when He had already taken the first andthe crucial step, by splitting the moon, to bring it about. But if some one has a better and believable explanation than the one we have given for the postponement of the Judgment Day,then let him lay it out so that the Muslims as well as the non-Muslims can read and benefit fromit.How are we going to reconcile Allah’s statement to the effect that He stopped sending miraclesafter the Thamud people killed His miraculous she-camel with His admission, through theQuran, that He did perform a number of miracles in the time of Moses, Jesus Christ andMuhammad? Which of these two statements is correct?In our judgment, both the statements are correct, for Allah has always been in the habit of sayingwhatever He thought was necessary to fool the humans. When He wanted to impress Hisaudience with His awesome power, He talked about the miracles, which He supposedly broughtabout in the distant past. But when the people of Muhammad’s time demanded that He prove thatHe was capable of causing miracles, He put them off by telling them: I have stopped sendingmiracles, as people in the past did not believe in them. So, do not ask Me to do what I havealready stopped doing a long time ago!This oscillation on the part of Allah makes Him not only an untrustworthy Being; it also provesthat He is a great liar and a manipulator of human minds. He lied shamelessly whenever heexpected it to advance His cause. He manipulated the humans with false promises and threatswhen He thought these would turn them into His slaves.The Quranis replete with numerous terrorizing threats to the humans, which, He told them, theyshould expect to face on earth, as well as in the world hereafter, if they did not do what Hewanted them to do in their lifetime. It also carries numerous promises of rewards, which they

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