Monday, 9 September 2013

Allahu Akbar implies "Thank God for Miracles"

We, Muslims, only say Allahu Akbar when we expect miracles. God help us in invisible ways.
We, Muslims will only say, Alhamdulillah, after we have worked hard, and we are successful. Although we work hard, we still cannot attribute it to our own efforts at all.

Allahu Akbar means just Allah is great,
never greater or even greatest.
It will be utterly stupid to say Allah is greatest when we see and expect miracles.

Not that I think Allah is not the greatest even without the adjective greatest.
And Allah is greatest, not only to Muslims but also to non-Muslims as well i.e. followers of Moses and Isa, which are the Jews and Christians, but only the true ones.

We are all taught this way in sermons, even for those who do not go to Islamic schools. Of course there are the conditionals "only the true ones" but this apply to Muslims as well. Only true Muslims will go to heaven.

Can you find any religion that allow other religion or followers of other prophets to go to heaven? None at all.

This kind of stupid interpretations by non-Muslims is just preposterous and filled with dishonest and intolerable intentions.

Just like the translation of La Ilah Ha Illahah as a thanking to god in one of the Egyption pilot's airplane disaster. Muslims say it when we are dying, not to thank god, but to affirm the belief in the ONE GOD, the last time. To translate it to mean thanking is just preposterous and dishonest.

"Like it, Allahu Akbar has clear hostile religious overtones. It’s used to denote the religious supremacism that is the fundamental mission of Islam."

This is just utter nonsense. Since I was a child, I was told that the final saviour of Muslims will be isa, the prophet of the Christians, and you call that religious supremism.

Muslims are also taught that true Jews and Christians will go to heaven and so are many other groups who believe in monotheism, and this is never taught in any religion at all, ONLY ISLAM. And you call Islam, a religious supremism? Judaism is the worst in this respect. They think that they are the only chosen people. Even Jesus despised this view as documented by the New testaments.

No John, “Allah Akbar” Does Not Mean “Thank God” and It Matters
September 3, 2013 By Daniel Greenfield 57 Comments

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What’s in a word?

    Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) blasted Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade on Tuesday for questioning members of a Syrian opposition groups’ use of the phrase “Allahu Akbar” after what Kilmeade said “looks like a fighter jet being shot out of the sky.”

    “I have a problem helping those people screaming that after a hit,” Kilmeade said.

    McCain criticized Kilmeade for his skepticism of the phrase, which means “God is greater” or “God is the greatest” in Arabic.

    “Would you have a problem with an American person saying ‘Thank God? Thank God?’” McCain said. “That’s what they’re saying. Come on! Of course they’re Muslims, but they’re moderates and I guarantee you they are moderates.”

They’re not saying Thank God. They’re not even saying Thank Allah. If they wanted to praise Allah for surviving, they would say “Alhamdulillah”.

The difference is significant. Allah Akbar is a proclamation of Islamic superiority in line with its Koranic mission of making Islam superior over all religions.

Koran 61:9. “He it is who has sent his Messenger with guidance and the religion of truth to make it victorious over all religions even though the infidels may resist.”

It’s not merely a praise of their deity, Allah. It’s a mission statement.

“We killed this man. This proves that our god is greater than his.”

McCain is being willfully ignorant when he conflates Thank God with Allahu Akbar.

The origin of Allah Akbar, which does not appear in the Koran, comes from the Hadith, during Mohammed’s genocide of the Jews.

“So, when the day dawned, the Jews came out with their bags and spades. When they saw the Prophet; they said, “Muhammad and his army!” The Prophet said, Allahu–Akbar! (Allah is Greater) and Khaibar is ruined, for whenever we approach a nation (i.e. enemy to fight) then it will be a miserable morning for those who have been warned.” Sahih Bukhari 4:52:195

Khaybar, Khaybar Ya Yahud Jash Muhammad Saya’ud, Khaybar, Khaybar, O Jews, Mohammed’s Army Will Return is still used as an anti-Semitic battle cry by Muslims today.

Like it, Allahu Akbar has clear hostile religious overtones. It’s used to denote the religious supremacism that is the fundamental mission of Islam.

Until Senator McCain gets that, he’s as clueless as any of the 1920s politicians who pretended that the Bolsheviks were just a bunch of social reformers.

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