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CHAPTER II: The CNN Interview about the Enemies of Islam and Muhammad

 

CHAPTER II: The CNN Interview about the Enemies of Islam and Muhammad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN interview with Muhammad about his disowning all clergymen, sheikhs, and imams of the Muhammadans

 

 

 

 

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The CNN anchor: When you were in Egypt and preached the Quran to the Azharite sheikhs and Sufi sheikhs at the Hussein mausoleum in Cairo, what was your impression of their rejection?

Muhammad: I realized that they follow the same devilish religion sponsored and propagated by the tribe of Qorayish in Mecca.

The CNN anchor: Meaning?

Muhammad: The polytheistic religion of deifying tombs and imams buried in such tombs, ascribing lies and falsehoods to my Lord God in the form of narratives, and worshiping names they have fashioned, they and their ancestors, for which God has sent down no authority.

The CNN anchor: What do you mean exactly by worshiping names?!

Muhammad: Polytheistic disbelievers invent names of deified saints/allies and of deities; with the passage of years, such names are considered as sacred; this is the deep-rooted polytheistic notion of worshiping names since the era of Noah and his people until now.

The CNN anchor: Would you please illustrate this to me?

Muhammad: This is what Hud said to his people of Aad: "He said, “Condemnation and wrath have befallen you from your Lord. Are you arguing with me over names, which you and your ancestors invented, for which God sent down no authority? Just wait; I am waiting with you.”" (7:71); this is what Joseph mentioned about the Egyptians of his era: "You do not worship, besides Him, except names you have named, you and your ancestors, for which God has sent down no authority. Judgment belongs to none but God. He has commanded that you worship none but Him. This is the right religion, but most people do not know." (12:40). My Lord God has said the following about Qorayish in particular and Arabs in general during the era when the Quran was being revealed: "These are nothing but names, which you have devised, you and your ancestors, for which God sent down no authority. They follow nothing but assumptions, and what the souls desire, even though guidance has come to them from their Lord." (53:23).

The CNN anchor: Do the sacred names remain the same in all eras?

Muhammad: Of course not; such names of deities change from one era to the other; the names of the gods of Aad differ from those of the ancient Egyptians, those of Noah's people, and those of Arabs and Qorayish. The names of the gods of Noah's people are mentioned here: "And they said, “Do not give up your gods; do not give up Wadd, nor Souwa, nor Yaghoos, and Yaooq, and Nassr." (71:23); the names of the three goddesses of Qorayish are mentioned here: "Have you considered Al-Lat and Al-Uzza? And Manat, the third one, the other?" (53:19-20). Baal is the name of the god of the people of Elijah: "Do you call on Baal, and forsake the Best of creators?" (37:125).

The CNN anchor: Baal reminds me of the city of Baalbek in Lebanon and the historian figure Hannibal in Carthage, known now as Tunisia. You are right; the Sunnites worship the name of Al-Bokhary; the Wahabis worship the names of Ibn Abdul-Wahab, Ibn Taymiyya, and Ibn Al-Qayyim; the Sufis worship the names of their saints such as Al-Ghazaly, Al-Jilani, and Al-Badawi; the Shiites worship so many different names such as Ali, Hussein, and Hassan.

Muhammad: Deified names differ within all eras, tongues, and geographical locations; yet, one finds the same polytheistic pattern of deifying mortals and tombs.

The CNN anchor: So, it is the same religion of polytheism; yet, are there any differences between what you have seen in Egypt and in Mecca when the Quran was being revealed to you?

Muhammad: The oppression and tyranny of today's Egypt's pharaoh surpass the savagery of Qorayish!

The CNN anchor: Let us focus on names deified today by some Muslims; in Egypt, for instance, the grand imam or head-sheikh of Al-Azhar is considered as the sheikh of Islam; the Wahabis consider Ibn Taymiyya as the sheikh of Islam. Is this OK or not? 

Muhammad: This is never OK; this has nothing to do with Islam. Islam does not include any clergymen of any type; the only religious rank is being a prophet or a messenger. I am the Last Prophet; no one else dares to claim he receives divine revelation.

The CNN anchor: This means Islam has no sheikhs; yet, what about the honorific title (the sheikh of Islam)?

Muhammad: The Quranic and Arabic word (sheikh) does not refer to any clergymen of any rank; rather; it literally means (an old man); this word is related to the senile, old age; my Lord God says the following about the stages of human life: "God is He Who created you weak, then after weakness gave you strength, then after strength gave you weakness and gray hair. He creates whatever He wills. He is the Omniscient, the Omnipotent." (30:54). Being a sheikh means being an old man like Zachariah, Abraham, and Jacob, respectively mentioned here: "He said, “My Lord, my bones have become feeble, and my hair is aflame with gray, and never, Lord, have I been disappointed in my prayer to you." (19:4); "She said, “Alas for me. Shall I give birth, when I am an old woman, and this, my husband, is an old man? This is truly a strange thing.”" (11:72); "...he has a father, a very old man, so take one of us in his place..." (12:78). This is about the old man or sheikh who became the father-in-law of Moses: "...“We cannot draw water until the shepherds depart, and our father is a very old man.”" (28:23). Hence, the Quranic term (sheikh) means an old man.

The CNN anchor: And they say about the head-sheikh of Al-Azhar, in Egypt, that he is the Grand Imam!

Muhammad: Does this mean that I am a small imam?! Is he greater than I am?! Is he my imam?! Those who use such honorifics are never monotheistic believers!

The CNN anchor: Is it OK in Islam that someone would call himself an imam?!

Muhammad: No. The Quranic and Arabic word (imam) means the Celestial Book here: "before it the Book of Moses, an imam and a mercy..." (11:17); "And before it was the Book of Moses, an imam and a mercy..." (46:12). It also means the Book of Deeds which has recorded our actions; this book will be read on the Last Day: "It is We who revive the dead; and We write down what they have forwarded, and their traces. We have tallied all things in a clear imam." (36:12); "On the Day when We call every people with their imam. Whoever is given his record in his right hand - these will read their record, and they will not be wronged one bit." (17:71).

The CNN anchor: But what about the term (imam) describing persons? Is there imams in Islam or not?!

Muhammad: Some messengers and prophets are made by my Lord God as imams or leaders after passing several tests and ordeals: this is about Abraham: "And when his Lord tested Abraham with certain words, and he fulfilled them. He said, “I am making you an imam of all people.” He said, “And my descendants?” He said, “My pledge does not include the unjust ones.”" (2:124); this is about some prophets within the descendants of Abraham: "And We made them imams, guiding by Our command; and We inspired them to do good works, and to observe prayers and Zakat. They were devotedly worshiped Us." (21:73).

The CNN anchor: Does the same apply to human beings among non-prophets?

Muhammad: Only if they believe within monotheism and patience; my Lord God says the following about the patient monotheists among the Israelites: "And We appointed imams from among them, guiding by Our command, as long as they persevered and were certain of Our Verses." (32:24). This is about the servants of the Dominant Lord who implore Him to make them imams for the pious ones: "And those who say, “Our Lord, grant us delight in our spouses and our offspring, and make us imams for the pious ones.”" (25:74); if they prove their worthiness, they deserve being imams or leaders of the pious people; this pertains to the Lord God's Omniscience; this will not be made known to mortals until the Day of the Resurrection.

The CNN anchor: This is about imams or leaders of the monotheistic believers. Are there any imams for the disbelievers, then?

Muhammad: Yes; for instance, the disbelieving aggressors during my lifetime in Arabia are mentioned here: "But if they violate their oaths after their pledge, and attack your religion, then fight the imams of disbelief..." (9:12).

The CNN anchor: How can we identify the imams of guidance?

Muhammad: Mortals cannot judge or identify them; piety is something judged only by the Omniscient Lord God; the pious ones will be known only on the Last Day; they will enter into Paradise. Paradise, as per the Holy Quran, is for pious monotheists only. The imams of piety will be among the two ranks of Paradise mentioned in the Quranic Chapter 56; namely, the Forerunners and those on the Right.

The CNN anchor: How can we identify the imams of disbelief and misguidance, then?!

Muhammad: This is easily done as one notices their deeds, claims, and crimes. At first, they recommend themselves to the masses with banners and fake appearances of piety, and they claim being chosen by the Lord God to control or rule over the masses. Their lies and falsehoods make them leaders or imams to the deceived masses.

The CNN anchor: Would you please exemplify to me the imams of piety and guidance and the imams of disbelief and misguidance?

Muhammad: The imams of criminals and tyrants are exemplified in the Quran by Moses' Pharaoh and his family and people; tyrants who manipulate religion and assume being inspired by the Lord God follow the footsteps of Moses' Pharaoh: "In the manner of the people of Pharaoh, and those before them. They rejected the signs of God, so God seized them for their sins..." (8:52); "In the manner of the people of Pharaoh, and those before them. They denied the signs of their Lord, so We annihilated them for their sins, and We drowned the people of Pharaoh - they were all unjust ones." (8:54). This is about Moses' Pharaoh and his people and State: "So We seized him, and his troops, and We threw them into the sea. Observe, therefore, what was the end of the unjust ones. And We made them imams calling to the Fire. And on Resurrection Day, they will not be saved." (28:40-41); "He will precede his people on the Day of Resurrection, and will lead them into the Fire. Miserable is the place he placed them in." (11:98). In contrast, the victims of Moses' Pharaoh, or the Israelites during the era of Moses, became imams of guidance: "But We desired to favor those who were oppressed in the land, and to make them imams, and to make them the inheritors." (28:5); "Among the people of Moses is a community that guides by the Truth and thereby uphold justice." (7:159). Of course, some of the Israelites disobeyed the Lord God and worshiped the golden calf.

The CNN anchor: Some people in Egypt claim that Al-Azhar is the 'lighthouse' of Islam; what do you think of that?

Muhammad: This is absurd; did Islam remain in the darkness until Al-Azhar was built?! I am innocent of what they say!

The CNN anchor: In the Azan, or call to prayers, in Egypt, they describe you as (the Light of the Throne of Allah); what do you think of that?

Muhammad: Did the Throne of the Dominant Lord God remain in the darkness until I was born to bring light to it?! This is very insulting to the Lord God. Of course, I am innocent of what they say!

The CNN anchor: What is the Quranic definition of (Light) then?!

Muhammad: The Light is the Celestial Book itself; my Lord God says the following about the Torah: "We have revealed the Torah, wherein is guidance and Light..." (5:44); this is about the Gospel: "In their footsteps, We sent Jesus son of Mary, fulfilling the Torah that preceded him; and We gave him the Gospel, wherein is guidance and Light, and confirming the Torah that preceded him, and guidance and counsel for the pious ones." (5:46); this is about the Holy Quran itself: "O people! A proof has come to you from your Lord, and We sent down to you a Clear Light." (4:174); " So believe in God and His messenger, and the Light which We sent down. God is Aware of everything you do." (64:8); "O People of the Book! Our messenger has come to you, clarifying for you much of what you kept hidden of the Book, and overlooking much. A Light from God has come to you, and a Clear Book." (5:15).

The CNN anchor: Within drawing marriage contracts in Egypt, there is this utterance pronounced by marriage registrars: (This marriage is as per the Sunna of Allah and of His Messenger as per the doctrine of the Grandest Imam Abou Hanifa). What do you think of that?

Muhammad: This is utter nonsense. Are the marriages contracts drawn before the birth of Abou Hanifa rendered null and void?! Before his birth, who was considered as the 'grandest' imam?! Was he greater than the messengers and prophets chosen by my Lord God?!

The CNN anchor: The Sufis use the honorific title (the Authority of Islam) to refer to Al-Ghazaly the author of the many-volume book titled (Ehiaa Olom Eddine) or 'the revival of religious sciences'.

Muhammad: The only knowledge within Islam is found exclusively in the Holy Quran preserved by my Lord God until the end of days. Islam needs no authority by any authors at all. "Say, “To God belongs the conclusive argument. Had He willed, He would have guided you all.”" (6:149). Has Islam remained without a conclusive argument or authority until Al-Ghazaly was born?!

The CNN anchor: The Shiites deify your daughter Fatima, her husband, and her two sons. What do you think of that?

Muhammad: On the Day of the Resurrection, one's relatives and the nearest of kin will never be of any use: "But when the Deafening Noise comes to pass. The Day when a person will flee from his brother. And his mother and his father. And his consort and his children. Every one of them, on that Day, will have enough to preoccupy him." (80:33-37); "O people! Be conscious of your Lord within piety, and dread a Day when no parent can avail his child, nor can a child avail his parent, in anything. The promise of God is true. Therefore, do not let this life deceive you, nor let illusions deceive you regarding God." (31:33); "When the Trumpet is blown, no relations between them will exist on that Day, and they will not ask after one another." (23:101).

The CNN anchor: Are your daughter Fatima and her offspring your (people of the household) or not? The Shiites use this term a lot, as you know! 

Muhammad: The Quranic term (people of the household) refer only to a man's wife or wives. This is addressed directly to my wives: "And settle in your homes; and do not display yourselves, as in the former days of ignorance. And perform prayers and Zakat, and obey God and His Messenger. God desires to remove all impurity from you, O people of the household, and to purify you thoroughly." (33:33).

The CNN anchor: Any man's wife or wives deserve the same description (people of the household), right?

Muhammad: Yes; this is about Abraham's wife when the angels brought to her the glad tidings of her giving birth to Isaac: "They said, “Do you marvel at the decree of God? The mercy and blessings of God are upon you, O people of the house..." (11:73).

The CNN anchor: The Twelver Shiites in Iran employ honorifics to their clergymen such as Ayatollah and Rohollah. what do you think of that?

Muhammad: There are no clergymen whatsoever in Islam. The Quranic term (Roh Allah) refers only to the Holy Spirit of God; namely, the arch-angel Gabriel.

The CNN anchor: What is the mission of Gabriel in relation to human beings?

Muhammad: The descent of Celestial Messages including the Holy Quran: "He sends down the angels with the Spirit by His command, upon whom He wills of His servants: “Give warning that there is no God  but Me, and fear Me within piety.”" (16:2); "...He conveys the Spirit, by His command, upon whomever He wills of His servants, to warn of the Day of Encounter." (40:15); "The Honest Spirit came down with it. Upon your heart, that you may be one of the warners. In a clear Arabic tongue." (26:193-195);. Besides, Gabriel breathes the souls into human bodies; this is exemplified within the story of Adam: "Your Lord said to the angels, “I am creating a human being from clay, from molded mud.”“When I have formed him, and breathed into him of My Spirit, fall down prostrating before him.”" (15:28-29). This is also exemplified within the story of Jesus; Gabriel descended with the divine command (Be!) to Mary and she got pregnant: "She screened herself away from them, and We sent to her Our spirit, and He appeared to her as a perfect human. She said, “I take refuge from you in the Dominant Lord, should you be righteous.” He said, “I am only the messenger of your Lord, to give you the gift of a pure son.”" (19:17-19). Another mission of Gabriel was to support prophets and messengers of my Lord God; again, this is exemplified within the story of Jesus: "When God will say, “O Jesus son of Mary, recall My favor upon you and upon your mother, how I supported you with the Holy Spirit..." (5:110).

The CNN anchor: What about the missions of the Holy Spirit or Gabriel in relation to people of today?

Muhammad: The Holy Spirit, Gabriel, supports the monotheistic believers who adhere to the Truth: "...He has inscribed faith in their hearts, and has supported them with a Spirit from Him..." (58:22). Besides, his annual mission is to descend with preordained fates, carried along by a host of angels, on the annual Night of Decree: "The Night of Decree is better than a thousand months. In it descend the angels and the Spirit, by the leave of their Lord, with every command." (97:3-4).

The CNN anchor: Hence, the name (Rohollah Khomeini) of the Twelver Shiites has nothing to do with Islam, right? 

Muhammad: Exactly.

The CNN anchor: What about the Shiite honorific title (ayatollah)?

Muhammad: The Quranic term (ayah), as well as its plural form (ayat), has several meanings: a Quranic verse, a miracle/sign, a lesson to be drawn, and wondrous creations of the Lord God; this verse is about the miracles granted to Moses: "Put your hand inside your pocket, and it will come out white, without blemish among nine miracles to Pharaoh and his people, for they are sinful people.”" (27:12). This is about the Holy Quran itself which is a miracle that will last until the end of days juxtaposed with tangible, temporary miracles granted to previous prophets and messengers: "When We substitute a verse in place of another verse - and God knows best what He reveals - they say, “You are an impostor.” But most of them do not know. Say, “The Holy Spirit has brought it down from your Lord, in Truth, in order to stabilize those who believe, and as guidance and good news for the submitters.”" (16:101-102). This is about the Quranic verses themselves: "...These are the Verses of the Book; a Quran that makes things clear." (15:1). This about signs and lessons: "Surely in this is a sign, but most of them are not believers." (26:8). This is about (ayah) in the sense of the wondrous creations of the Lord God the Creator: "How many a sign in the heavens and the earth do they pass by, paying no attention to them?" (12:105).

The CNN anchor: Do you mean to tell me that Sunnites and Shiites who describe their imams and clergymen by such honorifics are ascribing lies and falsehoods to God and to His religion?

Muhammad: Exactly.

 

 

 

 

 

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 While watching this segment of the CNN interview with Muhammad, the four sheikhs in the VA ranch consumed the food items of their scrumptious meal with their capital appetites while feeling insatiable. Suddenly, the Sunnite sheikh Massood stood up and addressed the other sheikhs.

 

The Sunnite sheikh Massood (loudly): Let us pray together and invoke the wrath of Allah against this insane imposter! Let us implore Allah to strike him dead!

The Shiite sheikh Mandoor (enthusiastically): The very thing! Let's pray and invoke Allah against this infidel the leader of Nawasib!

The Sunnite sheikh Massood (inviting them): I will be your imam in these prayers; please stand behind me in a row.

  The Wahabi sheikh Al-Ghamadany stood behind the Sunnite sheikh Massood and waited for the other two sheikhs to stand beside him in a row; this does not happen.

The Shiite sheikh Mandoor (angrily): I am supposed to be your imam in these prayers because I am the oldest sheikh among you!

The Wahabi sheikh Al-Ghamadany (yelling at him): Impossible! You do not fit to be an imam of prayers! You are an infidel!

The Sunnite sheikh Massood (loudly): I represent the Sunnites! I refuse to pray behind one of the Rawafid, the Shiite enemies of the purified Sunna, who encourage temporary marriages to satisfy their carnal lusts!

The Shiite sheikh Mandoor (angrily): Sunnite sheikhs are not only Nawasib but also leaders of terrorists worldwide, you son of a bitch!

The Sufi sheikh Bahlool (calmly and hesitantly): Calm down, everybody; do not quarrel; let me be the imam of these prayers.

The rest of them address the Sufi sheikh Bahlool in unison: Shut the f**k up, idiot!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN interview with Muhammad about his disowning the rulers of the Muhammadans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The CNN anchor: Let us talk now about your relation with the hypocrites in Yathreb; the hypocrites are mentioned several times in the Quranic verses revealed in Yathreb; they are not mentioned in the Quranic verses revealed in Mecca; why is that?

Muhammad: Of course, haters of Islam and those who opposed it were the majority and they controlled everything in Mecca; they never needed to be hypocrites when they dealt with a minority of weak, poor believers persecuted by them; as persecution grew severer, the early believers had to immigrate and settle in Yathreb. 

The CNN anchor: I know that in the Yathreb city-state, the believers were a majority combining most original inhabitants of Yathreb plus the immigrants; the opposition people were a minority this time; they were not persecuted by you, right?

Muhammad: Of course, they never suffered persecution; they enjoyed absolute political and religious freedom as long as they are peaceful; they expressed their religious and political opposition peacefully.

The CNN anchor: Why did they resort to hypocrisy, then? Only a weak, defeated, frightened party would resort to hypocrisy to escape persecution!

Muhammad: They were never persecuted, and yet, they were a minority of very much afraid persons; they would have escaped and left if they could, but they did not; their state of hypocrisy and denial drove them to swear falsely by the Lord God's Name: "They swear by God that they are of you. But they are not of you. They are divisive people. Were they to find a shelter, or a cave, or a hideout, they would go to it, rushing." (9:56-57).

The CNN anchor: Why did the hypocrites swear in the Holy Name of God falsely and take it in vain?

Muhammad: They conspired against the early believers and when their plots were discovered, they swore they were innocent; the Quran has exposed their lies and hypocrisy. 

The CNN anchor: Would you please exemplify this to me?

Muhammad: Those liars and hypocrites established a harmful mosque which was a center of conspiring; my Lord God has exposed their conspiracies and plots, their mosque, and their swearing in His Holy Name falsely: "Then there are those who establish a mosque to cause harm, and disbelief, and disunity among the believers, and as an outpost for those who fight God and His Messenger. They will swear: “Our intentions are nothing but good.” But God bears witness that they are liars." (9:107).

The CNN anchor: This harmful mosque, I am told, was a center for spies and hatching plots against you and the early believers –considered as enemies who undertook the control of Yathreb overnight. The Lord God in the Quran bears witness against such conspiring hypocrites who feigned being believers; this behavior of theirs is akin to the crime known as high treason; a crime entailing either the capital punishment or imprisonment for life in many countries now. Yet, what measures have you taken against them?

Muhammad: None. Before their conspiring has been exposed by my Lord God in the Quran, I never knew the true nature of their harm-causing mosque; I never had any measure of omniscience; I performed prayers inside it and never knew what occurred behind my back; eventually, my Lord God has commanded me never to enter into such a harmful mosque: "Do not stand in it, ever. A mosque founded upon piety from the first day is worthier of your standing in it..." (9:108).

The CNN anchor: That is all! You are prevented from entering it; what about punishing the conspiring traitors among the hypocrites? Why did not you demolish their harmful mosque? Why did not you arrest, imprison, and kill them?! Why did not you hold them in trial and put them to death after they would be found guilty of high treason in a time of war since the Meccan troops of Qorayish attacked Yathreb several times?!

Muhammad: What you suggest is never part of Islamic sharia.

The CNN anchor: Yet, Arab and Muslim rulers do so and claim otherwise.

Muhammad: I am innocent of what they do; their deeds never pertain to the Islamic sharia.

The CNN anchor: Where is this Islamic sharia?

Muhammad: It is found exclusively in the Quran. It entails that peaceful political opposition figures are to move freely – as long as they never raise arms or resort to violence. I mean they never commit murder. The peaceful hypocrites hatched plots and conspired inside their mosque and their plans were aborted and exposed; when they were interrogated, they denied and swore they never conspired.   

The CNN anchor: But they are liars; the Lord God asserts this fact in the Quran. Muslims always say – after reading Quranic verses – that the Lord God says nothing but the Absolute Truth.

Muhammad: Their telling lies and taking the Lord God's Holy Name in vain will be judged on the Last Day; this is none of our concern; we can judge only if such hypocrites would commit acts of violence or the crime of murder or not; we can judge and punish them only if they violated human rights. This did not happen; they adhered to peace all the time within their religious and political opposition.  

The CNN anchor: When you interrogated them, did you employ torture as is the case of Muslim rulers of today whose police officers routinely torture suspects?

Muhammad: Never. I am innocent of what they do! Torture is a crime and a grave sin as per the Quranic sharia of Islam.

The CNN anchor: This means you did not punish or imprison them after or during interrogating them.

Muhammad: Yes. And their harmful mosque remained; it was a sign of treachery and doubt inside their hearts; they frequented it and no one stopped them. My Lord God says the following in the Quran: "The structure which they built will remain questionable in their hearts, until their hearts are stopped. God is Knowing and Wise." (9:110).

The CNN anchor: Your stance towards such conspiring hypocrites is rare to be found in the Middle-Ages of darkness, backwardness, and tyranny. It is strange that the rulers of the countries of the so-called (Umma of Muhammad) torture their nations to maintain their rule, power, and authority.

Muhammad: I said I am innocent of what they do!

The CNN anchor: Is there another example related to the conspiring hypocrites inside Yathreb at the time?

Muhammad: They tried to create troubles between me and the early believers; my Lord God says the following in the Quran: "They tried to cause conflict before, and they hatched plots against you, until the truth prevailed, and the command of God became evident - in spite of their dislike." (9:48).

The CNN anchor: What was their reaction when the truth prevailed?

Muhammad: The typically swore in the Holy Name of God falsely; they took His Holy Name in vain; they denied any conspiracies and continued to conspire and hatch plots; they continued their repelling others from the Path of the Lord God; my Lord God says the following in the Quran about them: "They treat their oaths as a cover, and so they repel others from God’s Path. Evil is what they do." (63:2).

The CNN anchor: What else?

Muhammad: Those hypocrites tried all the time to deceive the believers; the believers have been warned by my Lord God here: "They swear to you by God to please you. But it is more proper for them to please God and His Messenger, if they are believers." (9:62); "They will swear to you that you may accept them. But even if you accept them, God does not accept the sinful people." (9:96).

The CNN anchor: Let us return to my previous question; why did the hypocrites fear you and the early believers? Why did they desire to escape? They hated Islam and Muslim immigrants so much and they also hated the new political status quo. Why did not they leave Yathreb, then?!

Muhammad: They were very wealthy; they had their assets in Yathreb; besides, they had authority and power but lost them because of the Quranic sharia of equality and justice. They became a minority and had to submit to the majority under a new rule. They were left with two options: either to leave Yathreb after taking away their money and selling their assets to live under the protection of any Arabian tribe whose men will eventually steal their money, or to remain in Yathreb to protect their wealth and investments while enjoying religious freedom as well as their political freedom of expressing opposition peacefully. They chose the latter; they practiced their freedoms fully; when the Quran has exposed their conspiring, they had no option but to deny it and to swear in the Holy Name of the Lord God falsely.

The CNN anchor: Despite all this, you never resorted to torture while interrogating them; this means you have applied the Quranic sharia which is against the crime of torture.

Muhammad: I requested from them to confess their guilt, in public, in return for my imploring my Lord God, in public, to forgive them, but they arrogantly refused: "And when it is said to them, “Come, the Messenger of God will ask forgiveness for you,” they bend their heads, and you see them turning away arrogantly.It is the same for them, whether you ask forgiveness for them, or do not ask forgiveness for them; God will not forgive them. God does not guide the sinful people." (63:5-6).

The CNN anchor: And you let them go afterwards and avoided them.

Muhammad: Yes, turning away from disbelievers after preaching them is the Islamic sharia way of dealing with them.

The CNN anchor: This is made clear by never demolishing their harmful mosque; you took no measures against them. This is not typical of Muslim rulers of today and of the past.

Muhammad: I am innocent of what they do! Of course, I applied the Quranic sharia of Islam when I avoided and turned away from the hypocrites.

The CNN anchor: How?!

Muhammad: I turned away from them, as per the Quranic commands of my Lord God addressed to me, despite their conspiring against me and after I warned and preached them in the hope of guiding them: "They profess obedience, but when they leave your presence, some of them conspire something contrary to what you said. But God writes down what they conspire. So avoid them, and put your trust in God. God is Guardian enough." (4:81); "They are those whom God knows what is in their hearts. So turn away from them, and admonish them, and say to them concerning themselves penetrating words." (4:63).

The CNN anchor: Your stance is hardly the thing expected from Muslim rulers of today.

Muhammad: I said I am innocent of what they do!

The CNN anchor: Does the Quranic command of turning away from them is addressed to you specially as a leader of the Yathreb city-state or to all believers in general.

Muhammad: To all believers as this is part of the Quranic sharia of Islam. "They will swear to you by God, when you return to them, that you may leave them alone. So leave them alone. They are a disgrace, and their destiny is Hell; a reward for what they used to earn." (9:95).

The CNN anchor: This means to let them be and to avoid them; it is enough for them the Hell torment waiting for them on the Last Day, right?

Muhammad: Exactly.

The CNN anchor: Strangely, such hypocrites feared that the majority of believers would turn against them and yet they never feared the Lord God!

Muhammad: Yes; this is asserted by my Lord God in this Quranic verse addressed to believers: "Fear of you is more intense in their hearts than fear of God. That is because they are a people who do not understand." (59:13).

The CNN anchor: Did you avoid or turn away from them all the time?

Muhammad: Only if they did sin, tell lies, or commit mistakes; otherwise, they enjoyed full citizenship rights like everyone else inside Yathreb. When I approved of their views and obeyed them in the Shura consultation councils, my Lord God has warned me because they contacted in secret the disbelieving, aggressive enemies as their allies: "And do not obey the disbelievers and the hypocrites, and ignore their insults, and rely on God. God is a Sufficient Guardian." (33:48).

The CNN anchor: This is yet another command of avoiding and turning away from them even if they insulted you.

Muhammad: Exactly.

The CNN anchor: This means they verbally abused you, right?

Muhammad: Yes.

The CNN anchor: The 'subjects' of the Middle-East enthroned tyrants would never dare insult their rulers as these rulers will never ignore this and will not let them be! Please provide me with examples from the Quran about how the hypocrites insulted you.

Muhammad: They were rich yet coveted some shares of charity-money contributions distributed among the poor and the Zakat recipients; when I refused their request of having shares from the charity money, they insulted me and grew angry with me: "And among them are those who criticize you in regard to charities. If they are given some of it, they become pleased; but if they are not given any, they grow resentful." (9:58); some of them ridiculed the Quran itself along with their mocking me: "If you ask them, they will say, “We were just joking and playing.” Say, “Were you making jokes about God, His Verses, and His messenger?”" (9:65). A leader of hypocrites insulted me and threatened to evict me and the early believers out of Yathreb: "They say, “If we return to the town, the more powerful therein will evict the weak.” But power belongs to God, and His messenger, and the believers; but the hypocrites do not know." (63:8). In the Shura consultation councils, the hypocrites, who were leaders before I led the Yathreb community, hated my treating all people within equality and listening to them attentively; they ridiculed me, but my Lord God has defended me here: "And among them are those who insult the Prophet, and say, “He is all ears.” Say, “He listens for your own good. He believes in God, and trusts the believers, and is mercy for those of you who believe.” Those who insult the messenger of God will have a painful torment." (9:61).  

The CNN anchor: I see that in 9:61, the Lord God praises you in a great manner; you are described as a mercy for believers. This is in contrast to the portrayal of you in the hadiths they have fabricated.

Muhammad: I am innocent of what they say and do! I have nothing to do with the so-called hadiths!

The CNN anchor: After being insulted and ridiculed, you had the right to exact revenge, right?

Muhammad: I never took revenge against anyone; on the contrary, I beseeched and implored my Lord God to pardon and to forgive them and I prayed for the dead ones among hypocritical disbelievers when their corpses were being buried; yet, my Lord God has commanded me never to do so again: "Whether you ask forgiveness for them, or do not ask forgiveness for them - even if you ask forgiveness for them seventy times, God will not forgive them. That is because they disbelieved in God and His Messenger. God does not guide the sinful people." (9:80); "You are never to pray over anyone of them who dies, nor are you to stand at his graveside. They rejected God and His Messenger, and died while they were sinners." (9:84).

The CNN anchor (deeply moved): I would never have believed this if I have not found it in the Quran itself. I wonder why Muslims never read, ponder, and apply the Quran!

Muhammad: I never know anything about your contemporaries; I have nothing to do with them; I am innocent of what they say and do!

 

 

 

 

 

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 While watching this segment of the CNN interview with Muhammad, the four sheikhs, watched by the FBI men, were still consuming huge amounts of delicious food; they talked while waiting for the ads to end.

 

The Sufi sheikh Bahlool (while scratching his head): Unbelievable! Does the Quran contain all that? I never knew this before!

The Sunnite sheikh Massood (with hatred): All these are Quranic verses, you thick-headed moron!   

The Sufi sheikh Bahlool (calmly): Since all these Quranic verses are never quoted by sheikhs,...

The Wahabi sheikh Al-Ghamadany (interrupting him angrily): This imposter intentionally contradicts the fatwas of the Grand Sheikh of Islam Ibn Taymiyya! This insane infidel is a heretic and must be put to death once he is found, and without trial, even if he declared his repentance! This is the major fatwa by Ibn Taymiyya!

The Shiite sheikh Mandoor (enthusiastically): Yes! Putting him to death is the proper punishment for his being an enemy of the household members of our Grand Imam Ali and his two sons!

The Sufi sheikh Bahlool (calmly): I do not understand anything you are saying. 

The rest of them address the Sufi sheikh Bahlool in unison: Shut the f**k up, idiot!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN interview with Muhammad about his disowning the so-called (Umma of Muhammad)

 

 

 

 

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The CNN anchor: The ones you have disowned in this interview call themselves as the Umma of Muhammad; this means they ascribe themselves to you!

Muhammad: There is nothing in Islam known as the Umma of Muhammad; this expression is never mentioned in the Holy Quran. Besides, the meaning of this expression contradicts Islam.

The CNN anchor: So, the term (Umma) which means a nation or a community is never linked to the name (Muhammad) in the Quran.

Muhammad: Exactly.

The CNN anchor: I know that the Lord God has addressed you a lot in the Quran; He has addressed you directly about your contemporaries: believers, disbelievers, and hypocrites. Yet, the Quran never describes them as your (Umma).

Muhammad: That is true. They are described as my (people).

The CNN anchor: Would you please exemplify this to me?

Muhammad: The following verse is about the Quran itself: "It is a message for you, and for your people; and you will be questioned." (43:44); this verse about how my people – or my contemporaries in Arabia – denied and disbelieved in the Quran: "But your people rejected it, though it is the truth. Say, “I am not responsible for you.”" (6:66). This is about my people's arguing against the Quran: "And when the son of Mary was cited as an example, your people opposed." (43:57). This is about the Quranic stories of the past: "These are some stories from the past that we reveal to you. Neither you, nor your people knew them before this. So be patient. The outcome belongs to the pious ones." (11:49). You see, the term (people) is employed and not the term (Umma). 

The CNN anchor: Does this apply to the previous prophets? I mean each had his people and not his Umma.

Muhammad: Exactly.

The CNN anchor: Would you please exemplify this to me in the Quranic stories of ancient prophets?

Muhammad: This is about Noah: "And it was revealed to Noah: “None of your people will believe, except those who have already believed, so do not grieve over what they do.”" (11:36); this is about Moses and Aaron: "And We inspired Moses and his brother, “Settle your people in Egypt, and make your homes places of worship, and perform prayers, and give good news to the believers.”" (10:87). There are many other Quranic verses which assert what I am telling you.

The CNN anchor: So, the term (Umma) is never linked to you in the Quranic text.

Muhammad: Yes.

The CNN anchor: Why?

Muhammad: I do not have an Umma of my own or one which pertains to me.

The CNN anchor: I do not follow; what do you mean?!

Muhammad: The Quranic term (Umma) is mentioned in the Quran to describe all prophets and messengers, including myself as the Last Prophet; they and all monotheists of all eras are one nation, community, or Umma of the Lord God.

The CNN anchor: Would you please exemplify this to me?

Muhammad: After some Quranic stories of some prophets, one reads the following: "This Umma of yours is one Umma, and I am your Lord, so worship Me. But they splintered themselves into factions. They will all return to Us." (21:92-93); "O messengers, eat of the good things and perform good deeds. I am aware of what you do. This Umma of yours is one Umma, and I am your Lord, so fear Me within piety. But they tore their religion into books; each party happy with what they have." (23:51-53). This revelation reached all prophets and it is found also in the Holy Quran.

The CNN anchor: Would you explain this further to me?

Muhammad: This means all monotheists in all eras and areas (including the Lord God's prophets and messengers) are one Umma of the Lord God Whom they worship within piety; yet, most people later on, after the death of each prophet and messenger, would divide themselves into sects, doctrines,...etc. of polytheism and invent 'holy' books for themselves instead of the Divine Revelation.

The CNN anchor: Do you mean to tell me that this happened in all Quranic stories of previous prophets and messengers?

Muhammad: Exactly. They are divided within misguidance and polytheism once a prophet or a messenger died; my Lord God sent new prophets and messengers to guide them; yet, the misguidance would dominate once more after their death.

The CNN anchor: How?!

Muhammad: In each case, the message conveyed by a prophet or a messenger is believed by a minority of people and rejected and opposed by a majority of people who demanded miracles; when they saw miracles which occurred by the permission of my Lord God, they disbelieved still and this brought about their destruction by Him. After the destruction of such stubborn disbelievers, the believers remained with the prophet or messenger; the next generations would deify the dead prophet or messenger and his followers; this deification of mortals, which begins typically by raising a prophet above all previous prophets, is in contrast to the one, clear message of monotheism conveyed by all of the Lord God's prophets and messengers: (There is no God but Allah). After deifying the dead prophet, the polytheists make themselves the Umma or nation of that deified prophet; yet, they dispute regarding the deification of some of the followers and contemporaries of the deified prophet. Later on, the Lord God would send a new prophet to introduce reform. The same story is repeated after the death of this prophet or messenger. For sure, each one of the Lord God's messengers and prophets teaches his people the monotheism of (There is no God but Allah). This is asserted here: "We never sent a messenger before you without inspiring him that: “There is no God but I, so worship Me.”" (21:25). Generations later, the dead prophet or messenger would be deified; he becomes to the polytheists another deity alongside with Allah; some of the contemporaries of the deified prophet would be deified, in their turn, as saints or allies and imams or authors. This deification occurred to Jesus after his death; I mean that centuries after his death, he was deified as a 'son' of God; may the Lord God be exalted high above such a blasphemous, polytheistic claim. We should bear in mind that Jesus, as a baby, said the following to his people: "He said, “I am the servant of God. He has given me the Book and made me a prophet." (19:30); he said the following to his people during his ministry as a prophet: "“God is my Lord and your Lord, so worship Him. That is a Straight Path.”" (19:36). The so-called Christians have nothing to do with Jesus Christ the son of Mary; yet, after deifying him, they consider themselves as the (Umma of Christ). Sadly, the same deification occurred to me decades after my death in Arabia; those polytheists who made me a deity besides Allah call themselves now as the (Umma of Muhammad). Those polytheists forget that my Lord God has told me the following in the Holy Quran: "Know that there is no God but Allah, and ask forgiveness for your sin..." (47:19).    

The CNN anchor: What does this have to do with the Quranic context 21:92-93?

Muhammad: The Quranic verse 21:92 is what should be, whereas 21:93 is what happened each time after the death of this or that prophet.

The CNN anchor: What is meant by this phrase: "...They will all return to Us." (21:93)?

Muhammad: The meaning is clear enough; the Lord God will settle the religious disputes and differences of all human beings on the Day of Judgment; my Lord God has commanded me to announce the following: "Say, “Our God, Initiator of the heavens and the earth, Knower of all secrets and declarations. You will judge between your servants regarding what they had differed about.”" (39:46). Thus, on the Last Day, the monotheists, who adhered to (There is no God but Allah), and the polytheists, who deified mortals and other creatures, will be made to stand before the Lord God and He will settle their religious disputes.

The CNN anchor: What would be the result as per the Quran?

Muhammad: The polytheists, disbelievers, and sinners will enter into Hell, and pious monotheists will enter into Paradise. My Lord God says the following in the Quran: "Here are two adversaries feuding regarding their Lord. As for those who disbelieve, garments of fire will be tailored for them, and scalding water will be poured over their heads. Melting their insides and their skins. And they will have maces of iron. Whenever they try to escape the gloom, they will be driven back to it: “Taste the torment of burning.” But God will admit those who believe and do good deeds into Gardens beneath which rivers flow. They will be decorated therein with bracelets of gold and pearls, and their garments therein will be of silk." (22:19-23).

The CNN anchor: How is this related to our topic here?

Muhammad: All humanity, on the Last Day, will be divided into an Umma of losers inside Hell forever and an Umma of winners inside Paradise for eternity; the Paradise dwellers will be prophets and messengers and the pious monotheists who followed them: "Whoever obeys God and the Messenger - these are with those whom God has blessed - among the prophets, and the sincere, and the witnesses, and the righteous. Excellent are those as companions." (4:69); "Those who disbelieved will be driven to Hell in throngs..." (39:71); "And those who feared their Lord within piety will be led to Paradise in throngs..." (39:73).

The CNN anchor: This means there is nothing called the Umma of Muhammad; there is nothing called the Umma of Christ. Both groups claim falsely that they monopolize the Truth. Each nation or Umma deifies mortals as intercessors leading them into the Kingdom of Heaven or into Paradise.

Muhammad: You should bear in mind that from the Quranic contexts 23:51-53 and 21:92-93, we know that polytheists of all eras are divided into sects and doctrines and they invented their own holy books and narratives with which they are happy after they have rejected the Divine Truth and the monotheism of (There is no God but Allah).

The CNN anchor: Indeed, the so-called Umma of Christ has been divided into many churches and doctrines; likewise, the so-called Umma of Muhammad is divided into Shiites, Sunnites, Sufis, and other sub-groups!

Muhammad: Within directly addressing them, my Lord God has commanded believers to adhere to the Quran and to never get divided in religion: "And hold fast to the rope of God, altogether, and do not become divided. And remember God's bounties upon you; how you were enemies, and He reconciled your hearts, and by His grace you became brethren. And you were on the brink of a pit of fire, and He saved you from it. God thus clarifies His Verses for you, so that you may be guided." (3:103). This is repeated in the tenth commandment of the Quranic Ten Commandments: "This is My Path, straight, so follow it. And do not follow the other paths, lest they divert you from His Path. All this He has enjoined upon you that you may attain piety." (6:153).

The CNN anchor: What proof have you that the Straight Path is the Quran itself?

Muhammad: Many Quranic verses describe the Quran as the Straight Path and the only source of guidance for those who seek it: "This is the Straight Path of your Lord. We have explained the Verses in detail for people who recollect." (6:126); this means rejecting the Quran means to fall into the trap of divisions and misguidance as per 6:153.

The CNN anchor: What about those who followed other paths of misguidance?

Muhammad: The believers are warned directly by my Lord God against falling into the trap of divisions in the following Quranic verse: "And do not be like those who got divided and disputed after the clear proofs came to them; for them is an enormous torment." (3:105). The misguided polytheists who in the previous eras followed paths of divisions will be tormented in Hell.

The CNN anchor: This means getting divided in religion is a sign of falling into the trap of polytheism, right?

Muhammad: Exactly. Again, these Quranic verses are directly addressing all monotheistic believers: "...and do not be of the polytheists. Of those who divided their religion, and became sects; each faction pleased with what they have." (30:31-32).

The CNN anchor: What is your stance of the so-called Umma of Muhammad and its people who are divided into sects, doctrines,...etc.?

Muhammad: My Lord says the following in the Quran: "As for those who divided their religion and became sects - you have nothing to do with them. Their case rests with God; then He will inform them of what they used to do." (6:159). This means I have nothing to do with them; they never pertain to me and I never belong to them!

The CNN anchor: This means you disown the Sunnites who deify you and ascribe their hadiths, laws, and fiqh to you!

Muhammad: My Lord says the following in the Quran: "As for those who divided their religion and became sects - you have nothing to do with them. Their case rests with God; then He will inform them of what they used to do." (6:159). This means I have nothing to do with them; they never pertain to me and I never belong to them!

The CNN anchor: This means you disown the Shiites who deify you and your daughter, Fatima, and her husband, Ali, and ascribe their hadiths, laws, and fiqh to you!

Muhammad: My Lord says the following in the Quran: "As for those who divided their religion and became sects - you have nothing to do with them. Their case rests with God; then He will inform them of what they used to do." (6:159). This means I have nothing to do with them; they never pertain to me and I never belong to them!

The CNN anchor: This means you disown the Sufis who deify you and deify their saints and ascribe their hadiths and Sufi orders to you!

Muhammad: My Lord says the following in the Quran: "As for those who divided their religion and became sects - you have nothing to do with them. Their case rests with God; then He will inform them of what they used to do." (6:159). This means I have nothing to do with them; they never pertain to me and I never belong to them!

 

 

 

 

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 Before the TV screen, in the VA ranch, the four sheikhs go on with consuming their scrumptious, multiple-course meal, while being watched by the FBI men. Once the ads begin, they stood up and screamed their words at the TV screen to vent their bent-up anger.

The Sufi sheikh Bahlool: This insane imposter protests against the Holy Saints! He is an infidel! He will never receive the intercession of any of our holy saints on the Day of the Resurrection!

The Sunnite sheikh Massood: Since he denies the Umma of Muhammad, the pure Umma of Muhammad likewise denies such an infidel!

The Wahabi sheikh Al-Ghamadany: What a madman! What an ignorant imposter! He sits calmly in a chair while denying all Sunna hadiths of our Holy Prophet! Surely his fate is Hell in the Hereafter! Amen to this!

The Shiite sheikh Mandoor: This is a cursed leader of Nawasib! He willfully showing hatred towards the Pure People of the Household of Ali and Fatima! He will never enter into Paradise!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN interview with Muhammad about his denying and disowning clergymen of the Qorayish tribe and the Arabs in general

 

 

 

 

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The CNN anchor: Since in Islam there is no such a thing as receiving remuneration for the preaching or the call, it is prohibited to manipulate religion to reach power or to make money. Sadly, it is typical that the masses trust clergymen who make themselves as mediators between people and God; it is as if such clergymen would offer them indulgences typical of the Middle-Ages or unbroken promises of entering into Paradise. In return for such deception, clergymen receive money from the masses and gain authority, influence, and stature. Of course, clergymen represent religious institutions; for instance, churches, which compete for more authority and money; sometimes, they compete with enthroned tyrants for power instead of obsequiously serving such tyrants who, in many cases, control such religious institutions. In other cases, wealth- and power-seeking clergymen may organize massive revolts against enthroned tyrants to cause their ouster and rule instead of them. The masses are deceived, controlled, and brainwashed in all such cases. 

Muhammad: Islam consists of prohibitions and commands of my Lord God in the Quran; He is the Owner of the Religion of Islam. He has created human beings as free agents; they can choose to obey or to disobey the Quran; they can choose to believe or to disbelieve in the Quran. This constitutes what True Islam is. The people's obedience or disobedience within religion will be judged only by my Lord God on the Last Day; this refutes the idea of clergymen and the notion of using religion to make money or to reach power. Sadly, many people are deceived by false religions. All clergymen on earth pertain to false religions. Islam has no clergymen or religious institutions at all. I never instituted any clergymen in Arabia; I never built any institutions there. 

The CNN anchor: Yet, there are those who claim that they are mediators between the humankind and God.

Muhammad: This is a flagrant falsehood; there are no mediators between human beings and my Lord God the Creator.

The CNN anchor: How?

Muhammad: My Lord God is the Creator; He describes Himself here: "To God belongs what is in the heavens and what is on earth, and God encompasses everything." (4:126); "...God, my Lord and your Lord. There is not a creature but He holds it by the forelock..." (11:65); "Do you not realize that God knows everything in the heavens and everything on earth? There is no secret counsel between three, but He is their fourth; nor between five, but He is their sixth; nor less than that, nor more, but He is with them wherever they may be. Then, on the Day of Resurrection, He will inform them of what they did. God has knowledge of everything." (58:7); "It is He who created the heavens and the earth in six days, then settled over the Throne. He knows what penetrates into the earth, and what comes out of it, and what descends from the sky, and what ascends to it. And He is with you wherever you may be. God is Seeing of everything you do." (57:4); "...God is Witness over all things." (4:33); "With Him are the keys of the unseen; none knows them except He. And He knows everything on land and in the sea. Not a leaf falls but He knows it; and there is not a single grain in the darkness of earth, nor is there anything wet or dry, but is in a clear book." (6:59). These Quranic verses assert the fact that there are no mediators between the Omnipotent, Omnipresent, Omniscient Lord God and human beings.

The CNN anchor: Yet, most people who suffer ordeals or hardships resort to mausoleums of saints or to clergymen who are allegedly nearer to God as intercessors who address Him on behalf of the masses to solve their problems and relieve their suffering!

Muhammad: This sin is very insulting to my Lord God; it is as if He were heedless of His human creatures; such accusation is refuted by my Lord God here: "We created above you seven pathways, and We are never heedless of the creation." (23:17).

The CNN anchor: This means God is never heedless of the wronged human beings, right?

Muhammad: Of course. This verse is addressed to all human beings: "Do not ever think that God is unaware of what the unjust ones do. He only defers them until a Day when the sights stare." (14:42). This means that the unjust ones who wronged others and then died without repentance will abide in Hell for eternity.

The CNN anchor: What about those who suffer ordeals and hardships? What are they supposed to do?

Muhammad: They are to implore and to pray and supplicate to their Lord God: "Or, who answers the one in need when he prays to Him, and relieves adversity, and makes you successors on earth? Is there another god with Allah? How hardly you remember." (27:62).

The CNN anchor: This means that God is Near to people, and He is not far from them!

Muhammad: Exactly; my Lord God says the following in the Quran: "We created the human being, and We know what his soul whispers to him. We are nearer to him than his jugular vein." (50:16); He is Nearer to dying persons than their family members who surround their death-beds: "So when it has reached the throat. As you are looking on. We are nearer to it than you are, but you do not see." (56:83-85).

The CNN anchor: What is the moment when one's soul is nearest to God?

Muhammad: When one supplicates to the Lord God fervently and sincerely during prayers and when one prostrates reverently, within fear and piety, also during prayers. My Lord God says the following in the Quran about disobeying Satan and drawing nearer to the Lord God by prostration within prayers: "No, do not obey him; but prostrate, and come near." (96:19).

The CNN anchor: What about those who make you as their mediator and intercessor? They claim you have authority or eminency with God; they swear by it and seek aid through it; they even supplicate to God to answer their prayers for the sake of Muhammad or the eminency of Muhammad, God's supposedly 'favorite' prophet!

Muhammad: I am innocent of what they say! I have no authority or eminency with my Lord God; I have always feared that my Lord God would inflict torment on me, in the Hereafter, if I would dare to disobey Him; He has told me to declare the following: "Say, “I fear, if I disobeyed my Lord, the torment of a horrendous Day.”" (39:13); "Say, “I fear, should I disobey my Lord, the torment of a Tremendous Day.”" (6:15); "...I only follow what is revealed to me. I fear, if I disobeyed my Lord, the torment of a Terrible Day." (10:15).

The CNN anchor: Have your contemporaries asked you if you have authority or eminency with God?

Muhammad: Yes, they did. The Lord God says the following in the Quran to answer them: "And when My servants ask you about Me, I am Near; I answer the call of the caller when he calls on Me. So let them answer Me, and have faith in Me, that they may be rightly guided." (2:186). My Lord God did not tell me to inform them that He is Near; rather, He has said it Himself directly. This proves I am no mediator or intercessor at all; monotheists maintain their direct relation with the Lord God without any interference by anyone or mediation of any person at all.

The CNN anchor: Why did your people in Arabia seek mediators and intercessors, then?

Muhammad: At the time, supplicating to the pagan idols and entombed allies dominated Arabia; maybe some people thought of me as an intercessor because I am the last one of my Lord God's prophets.

The CNN anchor: You say that such polytheism dominated Arabia?

Muhammad: Yes; I am a man of the Qorayish tribe which controlled the Sacred House and pilgrimage inside Mecca; in fact, Qorayish took advantage of such a situation to make enormous wealth; it controlled other belligerent Arabian tribes and forced them to protect, instead of raiding, the Qorayish winter and summer trade caravans that headed to Yemen and the Levant; this is because Qorayish allowed such tribes to place copies of their stone pagan idols around and inside the Kaaba itself. This is why the Qorayish merchants prospered and lived in security whereas other tribes fought one another: "Do they not see that We established a Secure Sanctuary, while all around them the people are being carried away? Do they believe in falsehood, and reject the Bounty of God?" (29:67). This state of affairs went on until the Quran was revealed to me with the clear message of rejecting the worship of pagan idols; the Qorayish disbelievers knew that the Quran is the Source of Guidance but they feared that their stature, authority, power, and wealth would be lost: "And they say, “If we follow the guidance with you, we will be snatched from our land.” Did We not establish for them a Safe Sanctuary, to which are brought all kinds of fruits, as provision from Ourselves? But most of them do not know." (28:57); they rejected the Quran because they worshiped money: "Is it this Discourse that you take so lightly? And you make it your livelihood to deny it?" (56:81-82).   

The CNN anchor: This is making money by misusing religion; they rejected the Quran and adhered to polytheism despite their realizing the fact that the Quran is the source of guidance from God. How did they justify their disbelief? What was their alternative to the Quran? In which narrative did they believe at the time?   

Muhammad: They demanded from me to bring them a new Quran which would match their whims and desires; my Lord God has rejected their blasphemous demand by telling me here what to say to those disbelievers: "And when Our Clear Verses are read to them, those who do not hope to meet Us say, “Bring a Quran other than this, or change it.” Say, “It is not for me to change it of my own accord. I only follow what is revealed to me. I fear, if I disobeyed my Lord, the torment of a Terrible Day.” Say, “Had God willed, I would not have read it to you, and He would not have made it known to you. I have lived among you for a lifetime before it. Do you not understand?” Who commits graver injustice than someone who fabricates lies about God, or denies His Verses? The criminals will never prosper." (10:15-17). The alternative they procured was to ascribe lies and falsehoods to the Lord God and to deny His Quranic Verses; this is why my Lord God has described such sinners as criminals who will never prosper.

The CNN anchor: Who did author the lies or fabrications as an alternative for them?

Muhammad: Those misguided disbelievers among them who specialized in misguiding others; they are mentioned here: "They traded away God's Verses for a cheap price, so they barred others from His Path. How evil is what they did." (9:9).

The CNN anchor: What have such specialists done exactly?!

Muhammad: They bought fabricated narratives and discourses attributed falsely and unjustly to the Name of my Lord God; this means they considered them as if they were part of the divine revelation; their aim was to repel others from the True Divine Revelation, which is the Quran, and to ridicule and cast doubt on the Quran at the same time: "Among the people is he who trades in distracting tales; intending, without knowledge, to lead away from God’s Path, and to make a mockery of it. These will have a humiliating torment. And when Our Verses are read to him, he turns away in pride, as though he did not hear them, as though there is deafness in his ears. So inform him of a painful torment." (31:6-7).  

The CNN anchor: It is a trade in religion, then! These are deals of purchasing and selling within false religions; the disbelievers did buy and sell narratives and tales which are distributed among the masses; this was done for the sake of wealth and authority.

Muhammad: Yes; this was also part of the Qorayish trade; the wealthy tribesmen feared they might lose their financial profits because of the Quranic Message; the disbelievers in all eras spend money on distracting people away from the Lord God's Path, or the Quran, and their grave sin and its outcome are mentioned here: "Those who disbelieve spend their wealth to repel from God’s Path. They will spend it, then it will become a source of sorrow for them, and then they will be defeated. Those who disbelieve will be herded into Hell." (8:36).

The CNN anchor: I understand then that there are two types of religious discourses: the Quranic Discourse or the divine revelation of guidance and the fabricated discourses or devilish revelations made up by misguided and misguiding people who specialize in repelling others from the Quran. 

Muhammad: Exactly.

The CNN anchor: Has God mentioned in the Quran that disbelievers in all eras believe in other discourses since they have rejected the Quran itself?

Muhammad: Of course; my Lord God repeats that monotheists must believe in One Discourse: the Quran which is His Word. My Lord God has addressed and warned my disbelieving contemporaries here: "Do they not think? There is no madness in their companion. He is but an obvious warner. Have they not observed the realm of the heavens and the earth, and all the things that God created, and that their time may have drawn near? Which discourse, besides this, will they believe in?" (7:184-185); "Woe on that Day to the deniers. In what discourse, beyond this, will they believe?" (77:49-50). This, of course, applies to the deniers of the Quran in all eras.

The CNN anchor: So, to believe in the One and Only Lord God means also to believe in One and Only Discourse in Islam which is the Quran, His Word, right?

Muhammad: Exactly. This fact is repeated here: "These are God’s Verses which We read to you in Truth. In which discourse, after God and His Verses, will they believe?" (45:6).

The CNN anchor: Does this mean to disbelieve in previous divine scriptures granted to ancient prophets and messengers?!

Muhammad: No. Of course, to believe in the Quran which endorses the previous Divine Books means to believe in all of them as part of the Divine Revelation. 

The CNN anchor: We have talked about many topics and your words, Muhammad, have compelled me to read a lot about Islam and also about Muslims; besides, I have received many questions which viewers have posed to you; I will pose these questions to you in the coming segments of this interview.

 

 

 

 

Secondly:

 

 The four sheikhs stopped eating, despite the fact that food items are not finished yet, and they felt depressed and remained silent until this segment of the CNN interview ended followed by ads. They began to talk.

The Wahabi sheikh Al-Ghamadany: (standing up suddenly, screaming): This is the Zindeeq, or heretic, described by the Grand Imam Ibn Taymiyya!

The Shiite sheikh Mandoor (calmly): The term for heretic, Zindeeq, is an Arabic word of Persian origin; what does it mean in the books of your sheikh Ibn Taymiyya?

The Wahabi sheikh Al-Ghamadany: He defines Zindeeq as the one who believes in the Quran and the Sunna hadiths but denies or questions some hadiths and some exegeses or interpretation of the Quranic verses such as the ones about God's establishing Himself on the Throne.

The Shiite sheikh Mandoor: What is the fatwa of Ibn Taymiyya regarding heretics?

The Wahabi sheikh Al-Ghamadany: The grand sheikh of Islam, Ibn Taymiyya, wrote that heretics must be put to death once found, without a trial, and even if they declared their repentance!

The Sufi sheikh Bahlool (screaming): This mercilessness is prohibited in Islam! Heretics must be given the chance to repent or, at least, to voice their ideas and defend their stances!

The Sunnite sheikh Massood (angrily): You imbecile! If they are given the chance to do so, heretics will be winners and we, sheikhs, will be losers! Of course, heretics must be put to death once found, without a trial, and even if they declared their repentance!

The Shiite sheikh Mandoor (calmly): So, Ibn Taymiyya is the solution to deal with such insane imposter since we cannot face him in a debate!

The Sufi sheikh Bahlool (calmly): You must be right; we must have him killed as soon as possible; this sorcerer has bewitched the CNN anchor who seems about to reject his Christian faith in order to believe in the Quran!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN interview with Muhammad about repelling people from the Path of the Lord God

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN anchor: What is meant by repelling others from the Path of God?

Muhammad: The Holy Quran is the Straight Path of the Lord God which has no distortions at all. By applying the divine legislations found in the Quran, human beings will enjoy freedom, peace, mercy, and charity in this world and then Paradise in the Hereafter.

The CNN anchor: You are right; in fact, the citizens who are dominated by clergymen live in utter misery; in contrast, in any society which frees itself from the dominance of clergymen, we find its citizens happier. Clergymen do their best to distract people from the Truth in order to maintain their own stature, authority, and wealth. With the spread of the Truth, people know that there is no need for clergymen or mediators since God is Near to all people. In fact, clergymen usurp the power from God and they deify themselves when they presume as if they were controllers of the 'keys' to the Kingdom of Heaven. Evil, self-deifying clergymen assume they have 'rights' more than those of God when they control the lives of people. God in the Quran grants people absolute religious freedom and postpones Judgment to the Last Day; in contrast, clergymen punish, excommunicate, try in inquisition-like courts, and sometimes kill those who violate the rules of their terrestrial, devilish religions. This ghastly state of affairs dominated Europe during the Middle-Ages when the Roman Catholic Church controlled the masses and interfered in the political life of the countries ruled by tyrannical monarchs. All of us know about the Inquisition and autos-da-fé imposed on heretics. Sadly, among the Muhammadans, or the so-called Umma of Muhammad, 'infidels' and those who held different religious views were killed, persecuted, or banished as per the Sunnite doctrine laws. Of course, in the past, the Church allied itself to enthroned tyrants in Europe; likewise, in the past and in the present, Sufi, Shiite, and Sunnite clergymen of the Muhammadans have allied themselves to enthroned tyrants. Europe and the West experienced the Renaissance and made progress only when people freed themselves from the control of popes and imposed a curfew on the Church by never allowing its clergymen to interfere in politics; the role of clergymen is now confined to the church walls and their performing acts of charity and holding social ceremonies. In contrast, the Muhammadans are still like a herd of cattle ruled by evil clergymen who are either theocrats, as the case in the Shiite Iran, or obsequious servants to tyrants who rule Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and other countries of the Muhammadans. Such evil clergymen have caused civil wars, sectarian strife, corruption, and ruin in the countries of the Muhammadans who are now the laughingstock of the whole world. Had Arabs paid attention to the Quran, they would have avoided their sinking down into the lowest depths of ruin, failure, and humiliation.

Muhammad: I am innocent of what they do!

The CNN anchor: But clergymen of the Muhammadans claim they talk in your name; they attribute their sharia laws to you!

Muhammad: I am innocent of what they say! On the Last Day, I will disown my people, the Arabs, who have abandoned the Quran: "And the messenger will say, “My Lord, my people have abandoned this Quran.” Likewise, to every prophet We assign enemies from among the criminals. But your Lord suffices as a Guide and Supporter." (25:30-31). They are my arch-enemies; they made me a symbol of terrorizing the humankind though my Lord God sent me with the Holy Quran as a mercy for the humankind: "We did not send you except as mercy to the humankind." (21:107).

The CNN anchor: This Quranic verse I quote applies to those evil clergymen in the countries of the Muhammadans who repel others away from the Quran: "Those who conceal what God revealed in the Book, and exchange it for a small price - those swallow nothing but fire into their bellies. And God will not speak to them on the Day of Resurrection, nor will He purify them, and they will have a painful torment." (2:174). Even if they have earned ill-gotten wealth of US$ millions or billions, this is a small price since they will die eventually and leave everything behind, and they will enter into Hell for eternity. No one dares to pose questions about the assets and wealth amassed by Orthodox Coptic popes and clergymen in Egypt from donations paid by the poor and rich Copts inside and outside Egypt; the same applies to the wealth of other Catholic and Protestant churches inside and outside Egypt. No one dares to pose questions about the assets and wealth hoarded by Shiite clergymen like Al-Sistani and Khomeini in Iran, the Azharite high-rank clergymen and imams in Egypt, the Wahabi clergymen in Saudi Arabia, the Wahabi terrorist MB members and Salafists in Egypt and worldwide, and the Shiite Hassan Nasrallah leader of the terrorist Hezbollah militant group in Lebanon. All such blood-sucking corrupters consume ill-gotten money and serve enthroned tyrants by deceiving the ignorant, impoverished masses; no one dares to hold them accountable for anything; yet, anti-riot forces in Egypt may chase street vendors and confiscate or crush their merchandise. I read a piece of news about a garbage truck running over a poor street vendor in Morocco; this poor man died, and yet, no one among the Moroccans would dare to question the Moroccan monarch about the source of his ill-gotten wealth stolen from the Moroccan national income.    

Muhammad: You can imagine the Hell torment waiting for them; my Lord God says the following in the Quran: "It is they who exchange guidance for misguidance and forgiveness for torment. But how would they imagine their bearing patiently inside the Hell-Fire?!" (2:175).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN interview with Muhammad about the Arabian clergymen and repelling people from the Path of the Lord God

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN anchor: Let us get back to talking about the clergymen of your era in the 7th century Arabia.

Muhammad: There were clergymen of Qorayish and those of the People of the Book in Arabia; both committed the grave sin of repelling people from the Path of the Lord God.

The CNN anchor: Their motive, no doubt, was to maintain their power, influence, and wealth.

Muhammad: Exactly.

The CNN anchor: I understood this from the previous segment of this interview. I would like you to focus more specifically on how Arabians, and the Qorayish tribesmen in particular, committed the sin of repelling people from the Path of God.

Muhammad: There were two types of repelling people from the Path of my Lord God: with or without raising arms and resorting to aggression.

The CNN anchor: Would you explain this further to me?

Muhammad: Those who never raised arms or committed aggression had their other various means to misguide others.

The CNN anchor: How?

Muhammad: They invented and spread among people narratives and falsehoods while attributing them to the Divine Revelation. Their aim was to distract people from the Quranic verses and to ridicule the Quran itself; my Lord God says the following about such sinners: "Among the people is he who trades in distracting tales; intending, without knowledge, to lead away from God’s Path, and to make a mockery of it. These will have a humiliating torment." (31:6). 

The CNN anchor: What does God mean by (distracting tales) in 31:6?

Muhammad: Any narratives or discourses which ridicule and contradict the Quran with the aim of repelling people from it; the Quranic Discourse is the Absolute Truth grasped only by the pious monotheists: "...who speaks more truly than God?" (4:87); "...and who is more truthful in speech than God?" (4:122); "God has sent down the Best Discourse: A Book consistent and paired. The skins of those who reverence their Lord shiver from it, then their skins and their hearts soften up to the remembrance of God. Such is God’s guidance..." (39:23).

The CNN anchor: I remember reading in the Quran the description of their false religions as jesting and playing.

Muhammad: Yes; this is found here along with the divine command addressed to me to avoid such sinners who disbelieve in the Truthful Quranic Discourse and believe in false discourses of jesting and playing: "So leave alone those who take their religion for play and pastime, and whom the worldly life has deceived..." (6:70).

The CNN anchor: Yet, Sunnites, Shiites, and Sufis combine between their belief in the Quran and their belief in the hadiths found in their own books!

Muhammad: This is quite impossible; one cannot combine between the belief in the Divine Discourse in the Quran and the belief in false, distracting discourses of jesting and playing.

The CNN anchor: How?

Muhammad: The only Discourse to believe in within Islam is the Quran as my Lord God's Word; to believe in any other discourses means to disbelieve in the Quran itself: "In what discourse, beyond this, will they believe?" (7:185 + 77:50).

The CNN anchor: So, the belief in the Only One God as the Saintly Ally is equal to the belief in One Divine Discourse which is the Quran; this is monotheism as you see it. Otherwise, it is sheer polytheism to believe in other discourses and in other allies or saints.

Muhammad: Exactly, and the link between the belief in the One God and the belief in One Divine Discourse is made clear here: "These are God’s Verses which We read to you in Truth. In which discourse, after God and His Verses, will they believe?" (45:6).

The CNN anchor: This means that those who believe in the Quran and in Sunnite, Shiite, and/or Sufi hadiths at the same time are polytheists and disbelievers, right?

Muhammad: Yes; this is made clear in 31:6 and 45:6. Let me quote the context of 45:6 here which describes further the sinners mentioned in 31:6 as well: "Woe to every sinful liar. Who hears God's Verses being read to him, yet he persists arrogantly, as though he did not hear them. Announce to him a painful torment. And when he learns something of Our Verses, he takes them in mockery. For such there is a shameful torment." (45:7-9).

The CNN anchor: What about those who sanctify and believe in the so-called allies or saints and in hadiths, and yet, they also believe in the Quran simultaneously, but they are heedless as their focus is in this world and they never participate in repelling others from the Path of God?

Muhammad: The torment of these ordinary disbelievers in Hell is less than those disbelieving sinners who have repelled people from the Quran: the Straight Path of the Lord God; both groups differ from each other in this world and inside Hell: "Those who disbelieve and repel from God’s Path - We will add torment to their torment, on account of the corruption they used to commit." (16:88); "So let them carry their loads complete on the Day of Resurrection, and some of the loads of those they misguided without knowledge. Evil is what they carry." (16:25); "Losers are those who deny the encounter with God. Then, when the Hour comes upon them suddenly, they will say, “Alas for us, how we have neglected it.” And they will carry their burdens on their backs - evil is what they carry." (6:31); "Those who disbelieve and repel from God’s Path have gone far astray." (4:167).

The CNN anchor: This pertains to justice; the deceitful ones must not be made equal to the deceived, heedless parties. In our modern era, deluded, brainwashed religious youths are deceived by sheikhs who tell them about houris of Paradise waiting for jihadists who commit suicide operations; such sinful, evil sheikhs ascribe hadiths with such content to you!  

Muhammad: I am innocent of what they say and do!

The CNN anchor: We will discuss that later; let us focus on the evil clergymen who repel others from the Path of God; the worst type of Hell torment waits for them; yet, what if they repented before they die?

Muhammad: The Hell torment is for those who died without repentance after repelling people from the Path of the Lord God; they will never be forgiven in the Hereafter: "Those who disbelieve, and hinder from God’s Path, and then die as disbelievers - God will not forgive them." (47:34).

The CNN anchor: This means those among them who repent before they die are forgiven, right?

Muhammad: Only in case their repentance is sincere and it includes declaring their being formerly in the wrong; they must outspokenly announce the Quranic Truth to the people deceived formerly by them. You told me you have read the entire Quran; surely you remember these Quranic verses: "Those who suppress the proofs and the guidance We have revealed, after We have clarified them to humanity in the Book - those - God curses them, and the cursers curse them. Except those who repent, and reform, and proclaim. Those - I will accept their repentance. I am the Acceptor of Repentance, the Merciful. But as for those who disbelieved, and die as such - those - upon them is the curse of God, and of the angels, and of all humanity. They will remain under it forever, and the torment will not be lightened for them, and they will not be reprieved." (2:159-162).

The CNN anchor: Yes. But what if such sinners who repelled others from the Path of God performed many good deeds and acts of charity: building mosque, paying Zakat, caring for orphans, and so on, would they be spared from Hell?

Muhammad: No. Those who die as polytheistic disbelievers will never enter into Paradise; consequently, their fate is Hell as per this Quranic verse: "They disbelieve those who say, “God is the Messiah the son of Mary.” But the Messiah himself said, “O Israelites, worship God, my Lord and your Lord. Whoever associates others with God, God has forbidden him Paradise, and his dwelling is the Fire. The unjust ones will have no saviors.”" (5:72).

The CNN anchor: What about their good deeds?

Muhammad: They will be nullified and rendered void; I have been warned, and so have been previous messengers and prophets, against polytheism which nullifies good deeds. My Lord Says the following in the Quran: "We will proceed to the works they did, and will turn them into scattered dust." (25:23); "It was revealed to you, and to those before you, that if you adhere to polytheism, your works will be in vain, and you will be of the losers." (39:65); "Those who disbelieve and repel from the Path of God - He nullifies their works." (47:1); "Those who disbelieve, and hinder from the Path of God, and oppose the Messenger after guidance has become clear to them - they will not hurt God in the least, but He will nullify their deeds." (47:32).

The CNN anchor: This pertains to justice; the sinful clergymen amass wealth and build Sufi, Shiite, and Sufi mosques of polytheism as well as churches, temples, and sanctified mausoleums of the so-called saints or allies; such edifices do not pertain to good deeds; rather, they are centers of misguiding and deceiving the masses through polytheism.

Muhammad: Yes. This took place in Mecca by the polytheists as well: "Do those who disbelieve think that they can take My servants for allies instead of Me? We have prepared Hell for the hospitality of the disbelievers. Say, “Shall We inform you of the biggest losers in their works?” “Those whose efforts in this world are misguided, while they assume that they are doing well.” It is they who rejected the Verses of their Lord, and the encounter with Him. So their works are in vain. And on the Day of Resurrection, We will consider them of no weight. That is their requital - Hell - on account of their disbelief, and their taking My Verses and My messengers in mockery." (18:102-106).

The CNN anchor: This is marvelous; these verses apply exactly to Sunnites, Shiites, and Sufis of our modern era. This means the context of 18:102-106 speaks about the era when the Quran was being revealed and also about other later eras including ours.

Muhammad: The Holy Quran is the call for reform in all eras and areas from the time it was revealed until the end of days when the Hour takes place. This is why we find the Quranic text talking about descriptions of believers and disbelievers in all human societies in all eras and regions. Wherever there are people, there will be among them those who repel others from the Path of my Lord God; I suppose you remember this verse I have quoted before: "Among the people is he who trades in distracting tales; intending, without knowledge, to lead away from God’s Path, and to make a mockery of it. These will have a humiliating torment." (31:6).

The CNN anchor: In fact, clergymen continue to commit this sin until now. What are the other various means to misguide others apart from false discourses, tales, hadiths, or narratives?

Muhammad: Arguing against the Quranic verses in order to ridicule and cast doubt on them with the aim of repelling people from the Quran: "And among the people is he who argues about God without knowledge, or guidance, or an enlightening scripture. Turning aside in contempt, to lead away from the path of God. He will have humiliation in this world, and on the Day of Resurrection We will make him taste the torment of burning." (22:8-9).

The CNN anchor: This means their arguing aims at misguiding others not gaining knowledge; there is a difference between constructive argument and sophistry.

Muhammad: Exactly. Such arguing against the Quranic verses aims to repel people from the Path of my Lord God.

The CNN anchor: Are there any other various means to misguide others?

Muhammad: Yes; plotting and scheming typical of the hypocrites in Yathreb who told lies which were believed by some people at the time: "Had they mobilized with you, they would have added only to your difficulties, and they would have spread rumors in your midst, trying to sow discord among you. Some of you are avid listeners to them. God is Aware of the unjust ones." (9:47); "They treat their oaths as a cover, and so they repel others from God’s Path. Evil is what they do." (63:2).

The CNN anchor: Again, are there any other various means to misguide others and repel them from the Path of God?

Muhammad: Committing aggression within wars and religious persecution; in fact, Qorayish employed all methods: raising arms while mobilizing military troops, religious persecution, inventing hadiths, arguing against the Quran, and plotting and scheming.

The CNN anchor: Would you explain this to me?

Muhammad: The weak believers in Mecca were tortured to be forced to reject Islam and to return to the polytheistic religion of Qorayish; the early believers had to immigrate and settle in Yathreb, leaving behind their homes and money. Yet, the Meccan military troops of Qorayish continued to attack Yathreb; this aggression continued without the Yathreb dwellers being allowed to engage into self-defense fighting until the permission to do so has been granted by my Lord God: "Permission is given to those who are fought against, and God is Able to give them victory. Those who were unjustly evicted from their homes, merely for saying, “Our Lord is God.”..." (22:39-40). When the military troops of self-defense tried to retrieve the money of the immigrants by attacking a Qorayish trade caravan, which avoided being attacked by marching in other routes once informed by spies of the intended attack, the Qorayish troops came to fight the self-defense troops of Yathreb; this is part of repelling people from the Lord God's Path: "And do not be like those who left their homes boastfully, showing off before the people, and barring others from the Path of God. God comprehends what they do." (8:47).

The CNN anchor: We will talk later about the topic of self-defense fighting within Islam, with a focus on the battle of Badr among other battles. Let us now focus on how the Qorayish tribe repelled others from the Path of God.

Muhammad: Qorayish controlled pilgrimage to the Kaaba and they prevented its foes from entering into Mecca as pilgrims; this means repelling people from the Lord God's Path is linked to their preventing pilgrims from entering into Mecca; they prevented me and the early believers from entering into Mecca when we came from Yathreb as peaceful pilgrims: "As for those who disbelieve and repel from God’s Path and from the Sacred Mosque - which We have designated for all humankind equally, whether residing therein or passing through - and whoever seeks to commit sacrilege and injustices therein - We will make him taste of a painful torment." (22:25).

The CNN anchor: This verse does not mention Qorayish; it mentions disbelievers in general.

Muhammad: This is an indication about disbelievers in all eras who control the Kaaba, manipulating it to serve their own interests, repel others from my Lord God's Path, and bar others from performing pilgrimage though the Kaaba is made for all people equally.

The CNN anchor: This applies to the Al-Saud royal family members in our modern era; they follow the footsteps Qorayish in preventing some people from performing pilgrimage to Mecca and in repelling others from the Quran; they spend much money in spreading hadiths attributed to you.

Muhammad: I am innocent of what they say and do!

The CNN anchor: What about the Qorayish tribesmen's repelling the believers from God's Path through persecution and aggressive fighting while hoping to force them to reject Islam?

Muhammad: Their troops attacked the Yathreb dwellers during the sacred months of pilgrimage; the Yathreb dwellers had to engage into self-defense military efforts: "They ask you about fighting during the sacred month. Say, “Fighting during it is deplorable; but to bar others from God’s Path, and to disbelieve in Him, and to prevent access to the Sacred Mosque, and to expel its people from it, are more deplorable with God. And persecution is more serious than killing. They will not cease to fight you until they turn you back from your religion, if they can. Whoever among you turns back from his religion, and dies a disbeliever - those are they whose works will come to nothing, in this life, and in the Hereafter. Those are the dwellers of the Hell-Fire, abiding in it forever." (2:217).

The CNN anchor: This means Qorayish employed both types of repelling others from God's Path: war of aggression and the spread of false narratives within scheming.

Muhammad: Exactly; their combining aggression, plotting, and breaching of peace treaties is mentioned here: "They traded away God's Verses for a cheap price, so they barred others from His Path. How evil is what they did. Towards a believer they respect neither kinship nor treaty. These are the transgressors." (9:9-10).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN interview with Muhammad about the clergymen of the modern era in churches, temples, and mosques

 

 

 

 

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The CNN anchor: The Islamic stance in the Quran against clergymen applies also to our era, right?

Muhammad: Of course. Islam is the Religion granted to all human beings, by the Lord God, in all eras and regions.

The CNN anchor: We will talk later about proving the universality of Islam; let us focus now on the Quranic stance against clergymen and the reason behind it.

Muhammad: I am the Last Prophet of the Lord God's prophets and the Quran is the Last Message from my Lord God; there are no prophets after me and there is no Divine Revelation after the Quran.

The CNN anchor: We will talk about this later; I desire to know why the Quran is against clergymen of any type.

Muhammad: You will find an answer to your question if you reread the Quranic verses I have quoted previously during this interview.

The CNN anchor: I do not understand; what do you mean?!

Muhammad: The Quranic verses I have quoted do not apply exclusively to Qorayish, Arabs, or the people of the Book in Arabia at the time; rather, they apply also to polytheistic disbelievers of all eras after the descent of the Quran.

The CNN anchor: Please, I would like you to repeat these Quranic verses to clarify this point to our viewers .

Muhammad: These Quranic verses are about the belief in Allah as the One Lord God and in His Only Discourse in Islam: the Quran itself: "These are God’s Verses which We read to you in Truth. In which discourse, after God and His Verses, will they believe? Woe to every sinful liar. Who hears God's Verses being read to him, yet he persists arrogantly, as though he did not hear them. Announce to him a painful torment. And when he learns something of Our Verses, he takes them in mockery. For such there is a shameful torment. Beyond them lies Hell. What they have earned will not benefit them at all, nor will those they adopted as allies instead of God. They will have a terrible torment. This is guidance. Those who disbelieve in their Lord’s Verses will have a torment of agonizing pain." (45:6-11). I pose this question to you: Do these Quranic verses apply to clergymen in all eras or only to those during my lifetime in Arabia?

The CNN anchor: In all eras, for sure. This means the Quranic verses of God describe all eras; their meanings are not confined to the 7th century Arabia; yet, no doubt that there are those who refuse to believe in the Quranic verses you quote; you have noticed the demonstrations organized against you because of this; in fact, it is miraculous to find that Quranic verses, revealed 14 centuries ago, apply to those deniers of the Quran.

Muhammad: I ask you what do you infer from this Quranic context: "Among the people is he who trades in distracting tales; intending, without knowledge, to lead away from God’s Path, and to make a mockery of it. These will have a humiliating torment. And when Our Verses are read to him, he turns away in pride, as though he did not hear them, as though there is deafness in his ears. So inform him of a painful torment." (31:6-7)?

The CNN anchor: This Quranic context of 31:6-7 resembles that of 45:6-11.

Muhammad: But I would like you to notice the expression (Among the people) in 31:6-7?

The CNN anchor: What does it mean, anyway?

Muhammad: It indicates the fact that these Quranic facts apply to any society or community; those arrogant ones who ridicule the Quran and repel others from the Path of my Lord God will continue to exist anywhere in all eras until the end of days. 

The CNN anchor: Do you mean to tell me that clergymen who do so exist, and will continue to exist, in all human societies?

Muhammad: Exactly; wherever people are found, there are among them those misguided and misguiding ones, whom you name as clergymen, who spread falsehoods and earn wealth, authority, influence, and stature by committing this grave sin.

The CNN anchor: What is meant by (distracting tales) in 31:6-7?

Muhammad: The ones intended to attract people's attention away from the Quranic Truth; the misguiding and misguided clergymen will enter into Hell in case they die without repentance: "Those who took their religion lightly, and in jest, and whom the worldly life deceived. Today We will ignore them, as they ignored the meeting on this Day of theirs, and they used to deny Our Verses." (7:51).

The CNN anchor: God has commanded you to warn them against Hell torment as per 31:6-7, right?

Muhammad: Yes, but the Quranic warnings, addressed to all humanity and not to certain individuals in particular, are about avoiding certain qualities, descriptions, and deeds.

The CNN anchor: Excuse me, I do not follow!

Muhammad: Any sinners can repent; in order to urge them to repent, they must take heed of the Quranic warnings about entering into Hell for eternity; my Lord God says the following in the Quran: "...A Book whose Verses were perfected, then elaborated, from One who is Wise and Informed. That you shall worship none but God. “I am a warner to you from Him, and a bearer of good news.”" (11:1-2); "A revelation from the Dominant Lord, the Most Merciful. A Book whose Verses are detailed, a Quran in Arabic for people who know. Bringing good news, and giving warnings. But most of them turn away, so they do not listen." (41:2-4).

The CNN anchor: What about the clergymen, who stopped being so, who repented after years of concealing and distorting the Truth?

Muhammad: My Lord God says the following in the Quran: "Those who suppress the proofs and the guidance We have revealed, after We have clarified them to humanity in the Book - those - God curses them, and the cursers curse them. Except those who repent, and reform, and proclaim. Those - I will accept their repentance. I am the Acceptor of Repentance, the Merciful. But as for those who disbelieved, and die as such - those - upon them is the curse of God, and of the angels, and of all humanity. They will remain under it forever, and the torment will not be lightened for them, and they will not be reprieved." (2:159-162).

The CNN anchor: I am convinced now of what you have been trying to tell me: the descriptions in 2:159-162 and in other Quranic contexts you have quoted can apply to any people in any eras and regions. 

Muhammad: This pertains to the Quranic style; instead of specifying certain peoples or names, it uses descriptions that can apply to anyone in all times and climes: the guided, the misguided, the misguiding, the criminals, the sinners, the immoral, the polytheists, the monotheists, the believers, the disbelievers, the pious, the righteous, and so on. Every individual is free to choose, by one's deeds, words, and stances, to belong to a certain description; this free will and freedom of choice are the basis of the fate of one's soul in the Hereafter either in Hell or in Paradise.

The CNN anchor: Of course, the deceitful, misguiding ones who distort and manipulate religion are worse than the deceived, misguided ones.

Muhammad: Yes; my Lord God says the following in the Quran: "Those who conceal what God revealed in the Book, and exchange it for a small price - those swallow nothing but fire into their bellies. And God will not speak to them on the Day of Resurrection, nor will He purify them, and they will have a painful torment." (2:174); "Those who exchange the covenant of God, and their vows, for a small price, will have no share in the Hereafter, and God will not speak to them, nor will He look at them on the Day of Resurrection, nor will He purify them. They will have a painful torment." (3:77).

The CNN anchor: Would you explain this further to me?

Muhammad: My Lord God has sent down Celestial Books to guide human beings; the misguided misguiding ones conceal the Truth in the Divine Books in return for money; they are the arch-enemies of the Lord God Who is the Supreme Judge on the Last Day; He will torment them in Hell as per 2:174 and 3:77; the present tense employed in both Quranic verses indicates clearly the existence of such sinners in all eras until the end of days. 

The CNN anchor: No doubt the Hell torment for the deceitful, misguiding ones exceeds the one for the deceived, misguided ones, right?

Muhammad: Of course. You can imagine the Hell torment waiting for them; my Lord God says the following in the Quran: "Those who conceal what God revealed in the Book, and exchange it for a small price - those swallow nothing but fire into their bellies. And God will not speak to them on the Day of Resurrection, nor will He purify them, and they will have a painful torment. It is they who exchange guidance for misguidance and forgiveness for torment. But how would they imagine their bearing patiently inside the Hell-Fire?!" (2:174-175).

The CNN anchor: I need you to provide me with another Quranic proof about the fact that the Hell torment for the deceitful, misguiding ones exceeds the one for the deceived, misguided ones.

Muhammad: "Those who disbelieve and repel from God’s Path - We will add torment to their torment, on account of the corruption they used to commit." (16:88).

The CNN anchor: Do you think that this is the fate of clergymen of our modern era?

Muhammad: Yes, if they die without repentance and insist on misguiding people.

The CNN anchor: Do you think that this is the fate of clergymen of the Sunnites, Shiites, Sufism, Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, and other clergy of other denominations?

Muhammad: Yes, if they die without repentance and insist on misguiding people.

The CNN anchor: Does this apply to all imams, ayatollahs, popes,...etc.?

Muhammad: Yes, if they die without repentance and insist on misguiding people.

The CNN anchor: This Quranic warning is very dangerous, then!

Muhammad: What is more dangerous is their fate in Hell on the Last Day if they die without repentance; this is why they are warned in advance in the Quran so that they might take heed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Secondly:

 

 In the VA ranch, the four sheikhs seized the chance of the ads to continue consuming their large, seven-course meal and they began to talk.

The Sunnite sheikh Massood (striking the table with his fist angrily): Who can tell me the number of shoes worldwide?!

The Sufi sheikh Bahlool (perplexedly): Shoes? What on earth do you mean?

The Sunnite sheikh Massood (angrily): I mean shoes literally, you imbecile!

The Wahabi sheikh Al-Ghamadany: There are about 6 billion people on earth; most of them have several pairs of shoes, plus the production of shoes in factories worldwide; we can say there are more than 20 billion pairs of shoes now! Why are you posing this silly question now?!

The Sunnite sheikh Massood (angrily): I bet this insane imposter will never get out of the CNN studio alive! He will surely get killed! Otherwise, I never understand anything and I deserve to be beaten to death with the 20 billion pairs of shoes! The CNN people will make much money with the headlines about his murder! They have already made much money by hosting him! Such people worship nothing but money, I assure you!

 The three other sheikhs fell silent, pondering his words and seemed to agree with him

The Sunnite sheikh Massood (screaming): This insane imposter has made himself an enemy of all churches, temples, and mosques! His words pose a veritable threat to the Umma of Muhammad, the Umma of Christ, and even Buddhists! His presence threatens the wealth of the Catholic Pope in Rome, the Orthodox Pope in Alexandria, Egypt, and the protestant churches! This is why I assure you he will get killed today!

The other three sheikhs in unison: Amen to this!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN interview with Muhammad about clergymen and terrorism

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN anchor: Could any society be 100% clergymen-free?

Muhammad: This is quite impossible.

The CNN anchor: Why?!

Muhammad: The vast majority of human beings within any society do not believe in the Lord God unless within polytheism; they worship other mortal creatures as deities besides Him; this general Quranic fact is mentioned here and it applies to all eras until the end of days: "And most of them do not believe in God unless within polytheism." (12:106). Of course, such polytheists ascribe to their false gods and deities miracles, narratives, laws, and so on. They erect for them mausoleums, idols, temples, or holy sites; they deify and worship what they carve! 

The CNN anchor: Did you fight against such polytheism in Arabia?

Muhammad: Yes, as much as I can, only by preaching the Quran Message; I was very keen on guiding the polytheistic people; my Lord God has told me the following: "But most people, for all your eagerness, are not believers." (12:103); "If you were to obey most of those on earth, they would divert you from God’s Path. They follow nothing but assumptions, and they only conjecture." (6:116). Hence, if I would obey the vast majority of the inhabitants of the earth, they would misguide me; I could not guide those whom I love; no one can guide anyone else; only those people willing to be guided will be guided by my Lord God through the Holy Quran: "You cannot guide whom you love, but God guides those who are willing to be guided, and He knows best those who are guided." (28:56).

The CNN anchor: I wholeheartedly agree with you; the vast majority of human beings on Planet Earth are both misguided and misguiding; yet, what does this fact have to do with the existence of clergymen?

Muhammad: Those who deify and sanctify items, such as idols, relics, buildings, and tombs, and deify and worship mortals require those who would be guardians or protectors of such things; such guardians form groups or institutions which maintain myths like attributing to my Lord God other deities, saints or allies, a wife, or even a son. Such groups or institutions make huge profits which enter into the pockets and bank accounts of the so-called clergymen.

The CNN anchor: Again, I must say I wholeheartedly agree with you;  clergymen exist in all societies since religion is the basic component of the culture of any given society, East and West, from Sweden to the Red Indians and from the African tribes to the Amazon region. Even in primitive tribes, there are quack-doctors who are sorcerers and clergymen at the same time. They are assumed to be able to contact the Divine or the gods. In modern societies, there are high-rank clergymen who have much wealth, power, and authority: popes, ayatollahs, grand imams, and so on. All of them pronounce basically and essentially the same falsehoods and lies despite their apparent differences in some minor details. We can say, then, the existence of clergymen is a major problem in all societies.   

Muhammad: It will be a bigger problem on the Last Day; the misguided and misguiding clergymen, who will enter into Hell forever in case of never repenting before their death, will cause their followers to enter into Hell forever also in case such followers never repented before their death.

The CNN anchor: What about the results of the existence of clergy in this temporary world?

Muhammad: If clergymen would dominate any given society, they cause its destruction.

The CNN anchor: How?

Muhammad: They spread wars, strife, and terrorism; they support unjust, enthroned tyrants; they encourage acceptance of all types of injustices and sins especially compulsion in religion. Of course, when absolute religious freedom is established in any given society for everyone on equal footing, this means all individuals have the right to preach, criticize, proselytize, worship, and build houses of worship freely within laws which ban compulsion in religion and religious persecution. In such a case, clergymen of all types will vie for getting more followers, not by violence, terrorism, and compulsion in religion, but by enticing others, proselytization, and through charity works. Citizens are free to study all religions, including atheism, and to choose for themselves; clergymen will be in their service and will never enslave or control them. Individuals will be held accountable for their religious choices, made in this world, on the Day of Judgment.

The CNN anchor: This occurs now in the West, mainly in the USA, the EU, and Canada.

Muhammad: This is the meaning of absolute religious freedom in Islam. One of the Quranic principles of Islam is that there is no compulsion in religion: "There shall be no compulsion in religion..." (2:256); this negates the authority or power of any clergymen of any type and this protects any society from the negative influence of all clergymen. Of course, my Lord God has told me the following when He has observed my eagerness to guide others: "Had your Lord willed, everyone on earth would have believed. Will you compel people to become believers?" (10:99).

The CNN anchor: How would Islam profit from this Quranic principle of absolute religious freedom since the vast majority of people will declare their disbelief in the monotheism of (There is no God but Allah)?

Muhammad: Islam will profit very much indeed.

The CNN anchor: How?!

Muhammad: As I have said before, proselytizing any religion within freedom will be available for all people equally. Within such freedom, Islam will emerge as a winner because the Islamic call of the Quran is based on logical reasoning.

The CNN anchor: Would you please explain this further to me?

Muhammad: When you use the faculty of reasoning and resort to logic, you will realize the fact that it is illogical to deify and sanctify mortals like you, any non-human creatures, any carved items like buildings, mausoleums, and pagan idols and statues. The reasoning mind will reject all myths of polytheism. In that case, it will be easy to believe in God as the Only Lord and Creator Who deserves deification and sanctification which are due to Him only. In that case, one cannot convince even a child that a deity was born out of a womb and was tortured, crucified, murdered, and resurrected.

The CNN anchor: But what if most people refuse to listen to their reasoning minds?

Muhammad: They are free to choose for themselves and hence their responsibility for their choices on the Last Day, whether they believe in it or not, of course. Polytheists and disbelievers will have no excuses to offer since they enjoyed absolute religious freedom and had the chance – during their lifetime on earth – to examine all religions and to choose for themselves; they cannot claim never hearing about the Quranic Truth.

The CNN anchor: Would Islam be a winner in some other ways?

Muhammad: Yes; it will be realized in terms of peaceful behavior.

The CNN anchor: I beg your pardon?

Muhammad: Islam in terms of demeanor is peace; I mean peaceful outward, overt behavior; of course, (Peace) is one of the Holy Names of my Lord Allah. By the way, violence, compulsion in religion, religious persecution, and military aggression against innocent, peaceful people are considered in the Quran as disbelief/polytheism in terms of demeanor.  

The CNN anchor: These topics will be discussed in other segments of this interview.

Muhammad: Peace and security are the Lord God's religion when people deal with one another.

The CNN anchor: How?

Muhammad: You know that Arabian tribes were belligerent and raided one another for various reasons: for food/money or under religious banners. Upon their conversion to Islam, which means adhering to peace, such Arabian tribes stopped their raids, wars, and military aggression: they entered into the Religion of God, or peace, in multitudes; my Lord God has told me the following in the Quran: "When there comes God’s victory and triumph. And you see the people entering God’s religion in multitudes. Then celebrate the praise of your Lord, and seek His forgiveness. He is the Accepter of Repentance." (110:1-3).

The CNN anchor: Maybe such multitudes entered into the monotheistic religion of Abraham of (There is no God but Allah), right?

Muhammad: No; you misunderstand the Quranic Chapter 110; my Lord God has told me "And you see the people entering God’s religion in multitudes." (110:2).

The CNN anchor: I am not sure if I follow!

Muhammad: I can see what is outward; I mean overt behavior, of course; I saw the multitudes in Arabia adhering to peace; this is Islam in terms of demeanor. They rejected wars and belligerence. I was not a mind-reader; I never had any measure of omniscience. I never knew those who were adamant in hypocrisy, who concealed their sentiments against me and against Islam very well, and lived close to me inside Yathreb mentioned in this Quranic verse: "Among the Desert-Arabs around you there are some hypocrites, and among the inhabitants of the city too. They have become adamant in hypocrisy. You do not know them, but We know them. We will torment them twice; then they will be returned to a severe torment." (9:101). I never knew the invisible regarding the future or the past; I never read what is in minds or hearts of others around me during my lifetime in Arabia.

The CNN anchor: What about their belief or lack thereof?

Muhammad: The Quranic terms (believers) and (those who believe) do not refer to monotheists who adhere to (There is no God but Allah). Such terms indicate adherents to peace.

The CNN anchor: Such a bold claim requires Quranic proofs!

Muhammad: These Quranic verses address believers in Yathreb shortly before the completion of the descent of the entire Quranic text: "O you who believe! Wine, gambling, mausoleums, and divination are abominations of Satan’s doing. Avoid them, so that you may prosper. Satan wants to provoke strife and hatred among you through wine and gambling, and to prevent you from the remembrance of God, and from prayers. Will you not desist? Obey God and obey the Messenger, and be cautious. If you turn away - know that the mission of Our Messenger is confined to clear communication." (5:90-92).

The CNN anchor: So, some people adhered to peace inside Yathreb but they disobeyed the Quranic commands!

Muhammad: They will bear responsibility for their disobedience in the Hereafter. I advised them, using the Quran, several times and I never punished them.

The CNN anchor: I see now that the phrase (O you who believe!) in 5:90 means those who adhered to peaceful behavior, in multitudes, regardless of the fact that they were polytheists or monotheists. One can judge and evaluate demeanors as violent or peaceful; yet, what about the role of clergymen in Arabia at the time?

Muhammad: When clergymen dominated the Arabian people and the People of the Book who lived in Arabia, wars continued to be waged. This is the grave sin of clergymen when they dominate within any given society. Of course, adherence to peace as per 110:2 means that the role of clergymen diminished; victory became the Lord God's only as per 110:1.

The CNN anchor: It is a historical fact that the existence of dominant clergymen is linked to bloodshed, violence, wars, grave injustices, and terrorism. We know the outcome when church popes and clergy allied themselves to feudal lords and tyrannical monarchs in Europe during the Middle-Ages. Even obsequious clergymen of the Muhammadans allied themselves to tyrannical caliphs. Wars between (the Umma of Muhammad) and (the Umma of the Cross) or the Crusaders went on for centuries. The worldview of Arabs at the time was to divide the ancient world into two camps: the Home of Peace (or the Arab empire) and the Home of war (or all regions where non-Arabs lived and ruled). Sadly, religious divisions, enmity, and inquisition reigned for centuries. Many religions splintered into factions, sects, doctrines, and so on. History provides us with many painful examples of what I refer to. Sadly, this goes on within the countries of the Muhammadans; Shiites and Sunnites persecute minorities which contradict their religions; both Sunnites and Shiites believe in the so-called penalty for apostasy or putting heretics and infidels to death. The Shiite Iran persecutes its Sunnite minority; the Wahabi countries persecute their Shiite minorities. These are undeniable facts. The Sunnites and the Shiites never use logical reasoning to convince others to convert!

Muhammad: My Lord God addresses human beings in the Quran using logical reasoning; He calls them to ponder, reflect, contemplate, understand, think, discern, and consider. Believers use their mental faculties to do so; the Quran was revealed in Arabic for that reason: "We have revealed it an Arabic Quran, so that you may understand." (12:2); "We made it an Arabic Quran, so that you may understand." (43:3); "In the creation of the heavens and the earth, and in the alternation of night and day, are signs for people of understanding. Those who remember God while standing, and sitting, and on their sides; and they reflect upon the creation of the heavens and the earth: “Our Lord, You did not create this in vain, glory to You, so protect us from the torment of the Fire.”" (3:190-191). As for the so-called clergymen, their claims have no basis in reasoning at all; they desire that the temporal authority of rulers would impose their religious myths on all people.

The CNN anchor: The Shiite Twelver religion in Iran is imposed by tyrants in power; the same applies to Sunnite Wahabism elsewhere, of course.

Muhammad: If such political power is lacking, clergymen do their best to entice and attract followers; their religions can be criticized and undermined; people will stop sanctifying clergymen in that case. They will pick and choose for themselves. Criticism will be directed to all religions and clergymen of all types; clergymen themselves will criticize other rival religions in their attempts to win to their side more followers. In such a case, clergymen and their religions will lose their credibility and people will examine such religions thoroughly; Islam, which addresses the reasoning minds as we see in the Quranic text, will emerge victorious. Of course, other religions will continue to win some followers; yet, the vast majority of human beings will remain disbelievers or atheists; sadly, the vast majority of the believers in the Lord God, and also in the Last Day, will remain polytheists. Yet, within absolute religious freedom, no one would deify clergymen anymore; their harmful influence on society will be lessened.  

The CNN anchor: This occurs now in the West; for instance, scandals of the Catholic clergy regarding homosexuality, rape, pedophilia, and money laundering make headlines now in the media. What is worse is silence regarding the smuggling and stealing money in churches of the Middle-East; this is rarely mentioned in the Arab world media where clergymen are deified. Of course, clergymen of all types in the Arab world among Sunnites, Shiites, and Sufis commit the same crimes of promiscuity, immorality, and stealing and smuggling money. No one dares to protest against such crimes!

Muhammad: To preserve human life is more important than to stop stealing any money; when dominant clergymen convince others that murdering the innocent ones, who hold different religious views, is a form of religious war or jihad, this is the gravest sin. 

The CNN anchor: Ordinary criminals and murderers might repent inside prisons; murderers may be put to death in countries where capital punishment is not abolished. Yet, those brainwashed criminals who massacre thousands of innocent people in terrorist operations and suicide attacks assume themselves to be jihadists who serve God! They assume they would enter into Paradise to enjoy houris! They are brainwashed to the extent that they will never repent; I wish Arabs would wake up one day and get rid of the clergymen which continue to destroy them with the culture of death, humiliation, enslavement, and terrorism as well as with endless myths, lies, and falsehoods of polytheism leading their followers to Hell for eternity in the Hereafter. The clergymen of the Muhammadans help create such monsters known as suicide terrorists who, allegedly in the name of Islam, threaten all societies in the West and in the East.   

Muhammad: I am innocent of what they say and do!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN interview with Muhammad about Saudi Arabia and repelling others from the Path of the Lord God

 

 

 

 

 

 

The CNN anchor: The Muhammadans, or the so-called Umma of Muhammad, refuse what you say in this interview!

Muhammad: They, in fact, refuse the Quranic verses I have quoted; my Lord God will never accept their excuses or apologies on the Last Day.

The CNN anchor: They accuse you of denying Sunna hadiths!

Muhammad: The Quranic term (Sunna) refers to Quranic sharia legislations and to the ways with which my Lord God deals with polytheistic, disbelieving aggressors.

The CNN anchor: Sunnites do not mean to refer to any Quranic term; they mean hadiths ascribed to you which contain extra religious legislations; of course, they are fabricated by fiqh scholars who contradicted and refuted one another in all eras.

Muhammad: I have never uttered or heard of the so-called hadiths. I am innocent of anything which contradicts the Quran. I deny their narratives and hadiths because they contradict the Quran.

The CNN anchor: The powers in the countries of the Muhammadans worldwide, and in the communities of the Muhammadans in the West, stand against you as their arch-enemy; such powers own billions of US$, millions of followers, and thousands of mosques, centers, societies, groups, and institutes. Of course, Shiites, Sufis, and Sunnite are fierce rivals; yet, they are now united in their stance against you. I would like to inform you that Saudi Arabia has spent more than 100 billion US$ within 50 years only to spread and impose its Sunnite Wahabi religion worldwide. The tribe of Qorayish in Mecca never spent such a huge sum, I suppose. 

Muhammad: Of course, the Qorayish leaders spent money to repel others from the Path of the Lord God, which is the Quran, as per this Quranic verse: "Those who disbelieve spend their wealth to repel from God’s Path. They will spend it, then it will become a source of sorrow for them, and then they will be defeated. Those who disbelieve will be herded into Hell." (8:36).

The CNN anchor: But Qorayish is not mentioned in 8:36. Why is that?!

Muhammad: The Quranic verses mention descriptions of the deeds of the types of people that will continue to exist in all eras and regions until the end of days: disbelievers/believers, polytheists/monotheists, hypocrites, criminals, pious ones, unjust ones, and so on. Human beings are free to choose, by their deeds, being included under whatever descriptions.

The CNN anchor: This means 8:36 applied to Qorayish and it applies now to leaders of the Muhammadans especially the Al-Saud royal family members.

Muhammad: Exactly.

The CNN anchor: The Al-Saud royal family members spread bloodbaths since their emergence, along with their extremist Hanbali Sunnite Wahabi religion, in the 18th century Arabia until now. Their victims are millions of people in Arabia, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, the Gulf monarchies, India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan and recently in the EU and the USA. When they spread their evil Wahabism, posing as if it were Islam, they spread destruction, wars, bloodshed, and terrorism. The Wahabis have distorted the Quranic notion of Islamic jihad; they have turned it into terrorism, indiscriminate killings, and massacring the innocent people though such heinous crimes are against Islam itself. This means Saudi Wahabis distract others away from the Path of God, which is the Quran, by their spreading Sunna hadiths attributed to you. By the way, did you say that you earned your money through the spear and the sword? Did you say that you were commanded to fight all people on earth until they admit that there is no God but Allah and that you are the Messenger of Allah?

Muhammad: No, I never said that! I am innocent of what they say and of the crimes they commit!

The CNN anchor: I could not help but notice that in 8:36, the present tense and he future tense are employed; this means it applies to all eras; it predicts the existence of such disbelievers who use money to hinder others from the Quran in all generations until the end of days. 

Muhammad: Exactly. The Omniscient Lord God knows all about the present, past, and the future.

The CNN anchor: This means 8:36 predicts the defeat of the Al-Saud royal family members, and their likes, who distract others away from the Path of God, right?

Muhammad: Exactly. This gradual sorrow and defeat has begun now.

The CNN anchor: Saudi Arabia has spent billions of US$ to propagate Wahabism; yet, many of its enemies who wage wars against it are power-seeking Wahabis it helped create; I mean the opposition movements inside Saudi Arabia itself which include very extremist Wahabis. Other Wahabi enemies created by Saudi Arabia include the terrorist MB organization, Al-Qaeda and Bin Laden, and ISIS. Saudi Arabia is defeated in Yemen, and it had to cooperate with some of its Wahabi enemies like Al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria. The outcome is sorrow for Saudi Arabia after spending so much money to repel others from the Quran.  

Muhammad: My Lord God says noting but the Absolute Truth in the Holy Quran. This means 8:36 applies to some disbelievers of today. Their fate is Hell in the Hereafter.

The CNN anchor: Does this means they would not repent?

Muhammad: This chance is still there for the living ones among them and not the dead ones who never repented.

The CNN anchor: Is it possible that those disbelievers who repelled others from the Quran would repent one day?! How?!

Muhammad: This possibility is mentioned here: "Say to those who disbelieve: if they desist, their past will be forgiven..." (8:38).

The CNN anchor: This means Quranic descriptions of disbelievers, believers, and so on are not permanent; they do not stick with people; they change as per their deeds and stances. If they repent sincerely, stop sinning, and reform themselves by performing many good deeds, they are no longer considered as disbelievers and their fate is not Hell but in Paradise. In contrast, those disbelievers who continued repelling others from the Quran until they died, they will never be forgiven and their fate is Hell. 

Muhammad: Exactly.

The CNN anchor: This means the chance of repentance is still available for living sinners and disbelievers when they stop their spending money to repel others from the Quran.

Muhammad: Of course. The following Quranic context is about acceptable repentance: "Say, “O My servants who have transgressed against themselves: do not despair of God’s mercy, for God forgives all sins. He is indeed the Forgiver, the Clement.” And turn to your Lord, and submit to Him, before the torment comes upon you. Then you will not be helped. And follow the best of what was revealed to you from your Lord, before the torment comes upon you suddenly, while you are unaware." (39:53-55). This means they must regret their evil deeds; such remorse will drive them to introduce reform, advocate the Quranic Truth, and perform many good deeds to cover and remove the evil deeds; this includes to submit to my Lord God within monotheism and to follow only the Quran, especially regarding descriptions and deeds of the pious, righteous ones. The Lord God accepts sincere repentance of sinners and forgives them by remitting their all their sins however many or enormous they are.

The CNN anchor: This is great! Will God accept the repentance of the Al-Saud royal family members if they would repent one day?

Muhammad: Yes; my Lord God says the following in the Quran: "“And inscribe for us goodness in this world, and in the Hereafter. We have turned to You.” He said, “My torment - I inflict it upon whomever I will, but My mercy encompasses all things. I will specify it for the righteous ones who perform Zakat and who believe in Our Verses.” Those who follow the Messenger, the Prophet of the Gentiles, whom they find mentioned in the Torah and the Gospel in their possession. He directs them to righteousness, and advises them against evil, and allows for them all good things, and prohibits for them illegal things, and unloads the burdens and the shackles that are upon them. Those who believe in him, and respect him, and support him, and follow the Light that came down with him - these are the successful." (7:156-157).

The CNN anchor: But in the Quranic context of 7:156-157, God talks to Moses about you and the Quran and the monotheists who believe in the Quran as Light, right?

Muhammad: Yes.

The CNN anchor: You are described as the prophet of the Gentiles whose name is mentioned in the Torah and the Gospel!

Muhammad: Yes. My name is mentioned in the True Torah and the True Gospel.

An Imaginary CNN Interview with Prophet Muhammad (PART I)
An Imaginary CNN Interview with Prophet Muhammad (PART I)


Authored by: Dr. Ahmed Subhy Mansour
Translated by: Ahmed Fathy



About this book:
We imagine what would happen if Muhammad would be brought back to life now to be interviewed by the CNN. The aim is to destroy the deeply rooted deification of Muhammad by the Muhammadans; they worship an imaginary deity named (Muhammad) which has nothing to do with the mortal prophet whose true history is mentioned exclusively in the Quran. We employ the question-and-answer format to demonstrate what True Islam is and how it has been rejected by the Muhammadans for centuries. We prove indirectly and undoubtedly to the Anglophone readers that Muhammad was a prophet of the Lord God and the miracle he conveyed is the Quran. Quranic stories of prophets are juxtaposed with the narratives of the Old Testament.
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