Origineel gepost door smileyy
jij hebt het recht niet om te zeggen wat of wie ze is..ben jij allah??
alleen allah mag over ze oordelen.ook al loopt ze elke dag de disco in
kijk maar wat jij doet, en zeg juist fatsoenlijke en rechte dingen, in
plaats van zout in de wond te strooien..
nogmaals..alleen allah mag de mensen beoordelen..
wist je dat als jij bidt, en een persoon niet, en jij tegen diegene zegt dat
diegene een kafir is, je het dan zelf bent??allah zegt, dat je niemand
mag beoordelen..wat ze ook doen, alleen allah heeft daar recht op..
ik hoop dat je het begrijpt..ik wil je niet aanvallen hoor, maar je erop wijzen dat wat je zegt niet goed is..
Ik oordeel niet...Ik constateer slechts. In de islam mag je op elkaar reageren als je iets verwerpelijks ziet. Sterker nog, het is een plicht.
Lees hier de denkbeelden van hun sekte:
Sometimes referred to as 19ers or Khalifites. The followers of Rashid Khalifa, a biologist from Egypt with no formal training in theology or Islamic sciences, he proclaimed himself the Messenger of the Covenant and proclaimed that the last two ayaat of Surat ut-Tawba should be deleted, as the ‘contradict the mathematical code of the Qur’an.’
Rashid Khalifa was born in Kafr az-Zayat in Egypt on 19 November, 1935. His father was the leader of the Shadhli Sufi Tariqah, with thousands of followers under his guidance. As a young man, he grew up with a great spiritual and Islamic education, excelling especially in his study of the earthly sciences.
Khalifa would later take a graduate degree with honours from the Ain Shams University in the College of Agriculture. Upon graduation, he headed to the United States in 1959, where he would receive a master’s degree in biochemistry from Arizona State University. He would also take a ph.D. from the University of California in Riverside. He even held a post as a senior advisor in Agriculture and Biochemistry for the United Nations.
In his spare time, he enjoyed studying the Qur’an and Sunna by himself without any sources. He would stay up late into the night, attempting to understand the meanings without direct reference to the sources with understanding. After an intensive self-study venture into the Qur’an and Sunna, Mr. Khalifa proclaimed that indeed he was the messenger of the covenant, sent by Allah to purify the Qur’an from its’ most satanic innovation, that of the Sunna. Khalifa stated that the Sunna in and of itself was corrupted and was not acceptable to be used alongside the Qur’an.
His most explosive and stomach turning episode came when he proclaimed that the last two verses of Surat ut-Tawba were fabricated, as they did not fit in with the number 19 miracle that prophesied his coming and his messengership. He then called that the verses be removed. For the rest of his days on Earth, he wrote pamphlets, a translation of the Qur’an done by himself as well as numerous polemical tracts proclaiming that most Muslims today were not Muslims at all, but accursed worshippers of the Prophet Muhammad SAW.
Of all the different things that Muslim communities in the United States disagreed over, they agreed to that Rashid Khalifa was an impostor. Unfortunately, Ahmad Deedat attempted to use his ‘number 19 miracle’ for his lectures, which backfired when Khalifa proclaimed his prophethood based on these mathematical findings. Rashid Khalifa suffered death threats, expulsion from many communities and his followers bore this persecution with him, for the love of their ‘messenger of the covenant’. On January 1990, Rashid Khalifa was assassinated while working on another work to prove his messengership.
1. As a formal doctrine of their group, the Submitters state categorically that Allah is unknowable.
2. The Paradise and the Fire as described in the Qur’an are referred to as mere states of mind and not actual places.
3. The last of the Messengers is not the Prophet Muhammad, as he was only the last prophet. Submitters hold that Dr. Rashid Khalifa was the last messenger of the covenant to reveal the ‘miracle’ 19 code of the Qur’an.
4. The Sunna of the Messenger of Allah is not accepted as a source of law nor as even revelation.
5. Submitters will not submit to the authority of one of the 4 interpretative disciplines passed down.
6. The Blessed Hope of Seeing Allah in the Hereafter is rejected.
7. The Prophet Muhammad SAW is not the primordial one, rather he was just another messenger as all the others were merely messenger.
There are perhaps between 1-5,000 members of the Submitters International, most of them being based in the state of Arizona in the United States, where the movement was founded.