Thursday, October 29, 2015

Sharia Exposed Published

Sharia Exposed to be published by All Things That Matter Press is coming alive Soon as a musical Harp of Peace, teasing the rusted strings of truth and evoking the divine symphony of God’s own love, justice and harmony.—First is the unfoldment of Islamic paradox which emerges as the splitting of Islam into multiple sects and bringing about demise of Oneness with the knives of sectarian pride, prejudice and intolerance.—Islam, in likeness of a giant tree, its manifold limbs hacked off by violence of inclement winds and storms shows only one stump of a tree, bruised, gouged, mutilated by uncontrollable fury of nature wild and untamed.— This misshapen stump is thirsting for the nourishment of love, harmony, reprieve before it could sprout afresh, but even before that it must be cauterized of all toxic elements, so that its bleeding roots could be healed and bandaged.— For such a process of purification Sharia de Fabricated is adopted by All Things That Matter Press with the pure intention of saving Islam from the inferno of hate and distortion.— If Islam could be revitalized with doses of love, wisdom and understanding, it needs to slough off its garment of multicolored patched lies which have cut through the fabric of Islam like naked blades of hatred and intolerance.—Sharia has become a tool of violence in the hands of extremists.— Man-made bullets of zeal, bigotry which could only be blunted with the diamond of knowledge.—Sharia was concocted by the authors of zeal several centuries after the death of Prophet Muhammad.—It was invented by brutes and bigots comprised of man-made laws which were further invented sporadically during centuries of rule by Muslim Caliphs in succession.—Most of them were men of great ambition, not moved by piety, but by their strong wills to devise laws, to control their subjects, to subjugate and to expand their empires beyond the imagination of any king or emperor on the face of this earth.— Sharia assumed many faces according to the whims of each Caliph and it sank and surfaced amidst the ebb and tide of wars and innovations.—Paradoxically it could never claim any place in the pages of history and in this century twenty-one it is utterly shattered to the very face of IS, ISIS, ISIL, so very cowardly hiding behind the tattered skirts of sharia while raping their way to glorious damnation through murder, stoning, beheading and destruction.—All these faces of sectarian violence, naked and bleeding, slashed with knives of lies reveal themselves in this book, emerging afresh impenitent and shameless. This book deals with Sharia as the rule of law and its fabrication by Fiqh as human understanding of Sharia.— And we have not sent thee but as a mercy to the nations. (Quran 21:107)— The Prophet’s Sharia, before it was hijacked by the scholars turned bigots and zealots was in all its purity the law of love, peace and harmony.—He lived this law by the example of his life as a loving, compassionate and forgiving man of words and deeds.—By interpreting revelations in such a profound manner so as to polish the precepts of Islam with the gold of love, tolerance and harmony.—As it is stated in this revelation below.— He it is who hath revealed unto thee Muhammad the Scripture wherein are clear revelations.— They are the substance of the Book—and others which are allegorical.—But those in whose hearts is doubt pursue, forsooth, that which is allegorical, seeking to cause dissention by seeking to explain it.—None knoweth its explanation save Allah.—And those who are of sound instruction say: we believe therein, the whole is from our Lord, but only men of understanding really heed. (Quran 3:7)— Hazrat Inayat Khan’s quote of the Day more than a century ago, for contemplation Everyday:— ‘Beyond the narrow barriers of race and creed we can all unite, because we all belong to one God.— The soul is the Spirit of God, and the Spirit of God lives within the shrine of the heart; this shrine can be closed or it can be open.—There are some things in life that open it and some that close it.—The things that close the heart are those which are contrary to love, tolerance and forgiveness, such as coldness, bitterness and ill-will, and a strong element of duality.—The world is more upset today than ever before; in many ways man seems to go from bad to worse, and yet he thinks that he is progressing.—It is not lack of organization or of civilization; both these things he has.—What he lacks is the expression of the soul.—He closes his door to his fellow man, he closes the shrine of the heart and by doing so he is keeping God away from himself and others.—Nation is set against nation, race against race, religion against religion.— Therefore today more than ever before there is a need for the realization of this philosophy.—What we need is not that all religions should become one, nor all races; that can never be.—But what is needed is undivided progress, and making ourselves examples of love and tolerance.— By talking about it, by discussing and arguing it will not come, but by self-realization, by making ourselves the examples of what should be, by giving love, taking love, and showing in our action gentleness, consideration and the desire for service for the sake of God in whom we can all unite beyond the narrow barriers of race and creed.’ Hazrat Inayat Khan

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