Assuming that what you say is right, why does not God send a prophet to
correct the fraud? Why do you worship such a powerless God to whom people can
ascribe their own words in His last Book and get away with it? If I may answer
for you, you are not a believer in Allah, the Day of Judgment, His prophets and
His Books but will not admit it because you are a hypocrite.
You make your comments very lightly. You are in effect accusing the
Prophet of impersonating Allah and falsely attributing to Allah his own
thoughts to achieve his personal military objectives!
If I were you and thought as you do, I would disown Islam on the grounds
that Allah has failed to guard His words of revelation even in His last Book
revealed to the last of His prophets. However, you are not a person of
such integrity and will neither own nor disown which is what makes you a
When Allah says there is no compulsion in religion and you doubt
complete sections of the Book, what makes you cling to Islam? By the very
Book and its verses, you are a Kafir but that is OK since there is no
compulsion for you to be a believer.
(2:85) Then is it only
a part of the Book that ye believe in, and do ye reject the rest? but what is
the reward for those among you who behave like this but disgrace in this life?-
and on the Day of Judgment they shall be consigned to the most grievous
penalty. For Allah is not unmindful of what ye do.
Very obviously, you reject the above cited verse also. So,
what are you except an apostate and a hypocrite pretending to be a Muslim? And
what makes you visit an Islamic website except to try and turn others into apostates
Importance of Understanding Correctly, the Attributes of Allah –
Pre-destination and the question, ‘Was Muhammad (pbuh) Pre-Destined
To Be The Seal Of The Prophets?’ – Part Three
All the war related verses have been considered while deriving the underlying principles and summarised in the article cited below:
The Principles of War from
The Quran, the fundamental
source of Islam, universally aims at establishing peace and reconciliation in
times of war. Yes, there took place war between early Muslims and Arab pagans,
the war for which the Quran then guided the Muslims as to what they should and
should not do.
We know that there are two
types of war, which can also be seen today; one that incite acts of terrorism
as being played by ISIS and other to stop acts of terrorism. After 12 years of
consistent patience and tolerance, the early Muslims fought against acts of
terrorism practiced by the Arab pagans to the extent of getting freedom for
their religious practices and their lives. This is the truth supported by
Here is my article on this subject.