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Allah, the best of creators

Allah, the best of creators




Walter Tessensohn

Allah, the best of Creators The author is an elder and teacher in an Evangelical Church in Noord-Holland in the Netherlands. He has written several books concerning pastorate, spiritual warfare, the end times, the battle in your mind, the Marian dogmas, predestination, birth-sin, Israel, the Church, and Islam. This book is a commentary on the Quran. The Quran claims that several Writings of the Bible are given by Allah, but it appears that the quotations from the Bible are incorrect. Allah says that he signed the Sinai covenant with Israel, but he doesnt know the Ten Commandments (Decalogue) of that covenant. The Quran tells us that it was Allah, who would have given Jesus the Gospel, but Allah is not familiar with the Gospel... The history of the birth of Jesus has become a strange and shadowy story in the Quran. Allah denies that Jesus is his son. And the reason is that he has no consort. Therein lies the proof that Allah is not God, because God has the ability to father a son without a wife. Allah is therefore not omnipotent. Allah does not understand that Jesus did not become the Son of God when Mary gave birth to Him. He was already the Son of God in heaven but He needed a human body (in the likeness of sinful flesh) to die for the sins. Allah has no motive and no plan for `his creation. Allah created man to give him a meaningless life, let him die, and after that man will be resurrected from the dead for no reason. According to Allah, death is not come by sin. Death was included in `his creation. Sin is a vague concept with Allah. Sin is something you commit against your own soul. Allah demands of Muslims that they kill `infidels and idolaters. Jews and Christians must - if they are not slain - pay protection money and be subservient to Muslims. The `believers can earn the afterlife by acts, obligations and fight (read: kill) for the sake of Allah. The salvation that Allah offers is briefly this: you will enter gardens that have rivers flowing through them and you will be dressed in silk and you will be draped with pearls and gold jewelry. The people who would walking around in these gardens have slain and/or have been slain for the sake of Allah. Islam has no content, it is a violent and soulless religion. A salient detail is that the Quran indicates where the religion of Hubal, the moon god, turns into Islam. 

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Lebanese salafis between the gulf and Europe

Lebanese salafis between the gulf and Europe




Zoltan Pall

Salafism is one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing Islamic movements and it is impossible to understand contemporary Islam without taking account of it. The movement has reached almost every corner of the Muslim world, and its transnational networks span the globe. Despite the importance of Salafism, scholars have only recently begun to pay serious attention to the movement, and while the body of literature on Salafism is growing, there are still many lacunae. The Lebanese context adopted by the author of this important study provides an excellent opportunity to explore the dynamics of the Salafi movement worldwide.






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The Malaysian Islamic party PAS 1951-2013




Farish Noor

The Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party PAS is the biggest opposition party in Malaysia today and one of the most prominent Islamist parties in Southeast Asia. This work recounts the historical development of PAS from 1951 to the present, and looks at how it has risen to become a political movement that is both local and transnational, tracking its rise from the Cold War to the age of the War on Terror, and its evolving ideological postures - from anti-colonialism to post-revolutionary Islamism, as the party adapted itself to the realities of the postmodern global age. PAS's long engagement with modernity and its nuanced approach to the goal of state capture is the focus of this work, as it recounts the story of the Islamist party and Malaysia by extension. -Farish A. Noor is Associate Professor for the Contemporary Islam Programme at S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and member of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations Panel of Global Experts on Religion and Politics in Asia.






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