"ghat me baitho aur kafiron ke paur paur Kato
yahan tak e would maghlub hokar jizya den."
There is no such verse in the Quran. Do not
blaspheme the Quran. Show some respect by quoting it accurately if you wish to
quote it. If this is a perverted version of verse 9:29, then read the following
article to understand it and correct your beliefs about it.
The Story of the Prophetic Mission of Muhammad (pbuh) From the Qu’ran
(Part 6): The People of the Book and Jiziya
You can believe in Sufism or any other
ism but the question is what does it have to do with Islam. In what way does it
add to it or has contributed? Be specific. Have the Sufis given us a better
understanding of the Quran through their “mystical knowledge”? Cite one good example
if you can. They have given us false myths such as about an Alam-e-Arwah
and passed it on as knowledge received directly from the Prophet to explain
verse 7:172! I don’t blame them for their inability to explain correctly because
the correct explanation for the verse is found in modern genetics but I blame
them for making a fraudulent claim. You will find the correct explanation of
the verse in my article:
The Quran, Islamic Theology, Philosophy and the Sciences – On Soul and
the Creation of Man (Part 2)
Imam Ghazali’s treatise on the verse 24:35 Mishkat ul Anwaar
is another fraud as his explanation contradicts the very next verse 24:36. I do
not blame him for his inability to explain as it is a difficult verse to explain
but I fault him for being a fraud. Surely, he must have known that his explanation
contradicts the very next verse. The treatise is however one of the finest
examples of how even falsehood can be made to appear very deep, beautiful and refined.
So much for all the inner knowledge and wisdom of the Sufis. Has any Sufi or
non-Sufi scholar explained well the many adjurations in the Quran? Why have
they failed to do so with their deep mystical knowledge?
There is no mystery or mysticism to the understanding of the
Book. What it requires is uncompromising honesty and integrity and a sensible