Monday, 21 October 2013 06:25
Dr. Radhasyam Brahmachari
Guru Arjan Dev
Guru Arjan Dev, the fifth Sikh Guru, was the youngest son of Guru Ram Das, born on 15 April 1563 in Goindval, Punjab. He was also the first Sikh Guru to be martyred by Muslim rulers.
Arjan Dev served as the Guru of Sikhism for a quarter of a century (1581 to 1606 AD). He constructed the Golden Temple, also called Harmandir Sahib or Darbar Sahib, at Amritsar, which is considered the holiest centre of Sikh pilgrimage. ‘Harmandir Sahib’ literally means ‘The Temple of God’.
Mehdi Hassan, the Oxford-educated sophisticated and claiming-to-be-fully-assimilated model British Muslim, while talking to a Muslim audience, says: Non-Muslims live their lives like animals, who bend any rule to fulfill any desire.
Introduction: The Qur’an is an evil book disguised as a holy one. Hatred of other human beings, just because they have different beliefs, is the celebrated recipe of the book. There are many Suras (chapters) in it that personify evil in a multi-dimensional colorful array.
One of the most evil Suras in the Qur’an, in my view, is Sura 8, titled "Al-Anfal", which translates literally as "The Spoils of War".
The great Egyptian Muslim reformer, Muhammed Abdu (1849-1905), made a famous comparison between France, where he spent sometime of his life, and Egypt. He said: “In France there is Islam without Muslims and in Egypt there are Muslims without Islam”. Mohammed Abdu was very impressed by the high morality of the French people as he judged from their manners and the way they treated him.
This article considers another aspect of overall “Jihadi” doctrine mentioned in those articles in greater detail.
Whilst many today are aware of the verses of the Koran that pertain to fighting, perhaps fewer are aware of how these verses combine to form a “war covenant” between Allah and Muslims, which will be set out in detail in this article.
Tuesday, 15 October 2013 08:19
Dr. Radhasyam Brahmachari
More on Teachings of Guru Nanak: It has been mentioned earlier that one of the principal aims of the leaders of the Bhakti Movement was to unite the Hindus under one God. In northern India, they projected either Lord Krishna or Lord Rama as the Supreme God. In the Sikh Panth, the Sikh gurus admitted a formless Supreme God called Sat Shri Akal, Who manifests Himself in the messages of the Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh Holy Scripture. Thus, Sikhism abolished idol worship. Like all other leaders of the Bhakti Movement, Guru Nanak discarded existing institutions that stood in the way of unity of the Hindus, for example the caste system. Apart from doing away with the caste system among his followers, he advised his followers to train their mind and all the senses to recognize the Divine Light of Sat Shri Akal within oneself and within the entire creation in order to replace idol-worship as a means of attaining the grace of God. He used to tell his disciples, “Be aware of the Divine in our hearts and the whole creation with every breath we take.”
“A specter is haunting Europe – the specter of Communism,” Karl Marx once famously wrote. It took Europe almost a century to liberate itself from this scourge. Today, another specter is haunting not just Europe, but the entire world – the specter of Islam.
Islam is spread by terror (sword), money (booty), sex (immorality), and the most of all by taqiya (deception, falsehood). While many people know that Islam was spread by these, but they are unaware that “booty” was the main factor.
Zakir Naik, a medical doctor by training, is the founder of the “Islamic Research Foundation” (IRF ) based in Mumbai, India and is a popular Islamic preacher. His preaching of Islam focuses on the peaceful, noble and scientific nature of Islam. He is very popular among Muslims all over the world.
Faithfreedom.org received the following email as part of a chain message from M. Ali, an Indian Muslim, which exposes Zakir Naik's lies, fallacies, deceptions and greeds:
Since the dawn of civilization, man has been making religions and attributing them to God. Democracy can be counted as one of the best of those religions, which we liked so much that we did not attribute to God; we preferred to keep this one to ourselves. Democracy is known and practiced all over the world but is more revered in the West, where people cling to it in a way that reminds us with the Muslims’ obsession with Islam.
Imran Firasat's residency status was revoked by the Spanish government after he released his movie on Muhammad, "The Innocent Prophet". The Spanish court is about to arrive at a decision on Imran's appeal, which may see him being deported to his home country Pakistan, where he faces certain death. Ezra Levant discusses Imran's case on Canada's Sun TV:
The regular readers of Islam-watch and Faithfreedom sites have already read a few superb comics created by 'Abdullah Ibn Abi Sarh. Evidently, all his comics depicting the truth about Islam and Muhammad’s life were outstanding. He is a truth-teller, but in a very special, effective, hilarious, clear and strong language.
Saturday, 28 September 2013 16:56
Dr. Radhasyam Brahmachari
Atrocities and excesses by Muslim rulers in India gave rise to the Bhakti movement. Among all the Hindu cults that sprang up from the Bhakti movement, Sikhism earned displeasure and enmity of the Muslim rulers, including the Mughal Emperors, as it contained an element of militancy to save the Hindus from Muslim atrocities and also taking revenge for the same.
Nihad Awad, executive director and founder of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, declared that the Nairobi Mall Massacre was "An attack on my religion". He also compared the al-Shabaab Muslim Jihadis with Islamophobes by saying:
“The common denominator between the extremists and advocates of Islamophobia (creating fear of Islam) is that both believe that a perverted view of Islam is the foundation of religion.”
Aasma Riaz: "Thank you so much for your book "Islamic Jihad" and showing me the "Big Picture". For 7-8 days, I was glued to your book, absorbing so much information that I did not know existed. You have crisply covered so much in your book and quoted historical references extensively. I am just overwhelmed with different emotions after reading your book..., a priceless tome."