Mirza Ghalib


My dear Muslim brothers and sisters! In the last part of this article, we found that ‘Lailatul Qadr’ (‘The Night of Power’), i.e. the night on which angel Jibreel (Gabriel) brought Allah’s first revelation of Muhammad in the cave of Heera, thus bestowing Allah’s apostleship upon him, was forgotten by his entire Ummah – even Muhammad himself, his wife Khadijah, earliest coverts Ali, Zayd and Abu Bakr, and even angel Jibreel and Allah Himself. The most important night in Prophet’s life, the most important date in the relationship between Allah and Muhammad, the one night that is better than 1000 months, can be forgotten by Muhammad, the greatest man ever even in terms of memory, and even by Allah, the Creator of Universe. This says a lot about the very character of the Ummah of Islam.

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Itikaaf is a ritual Muslims observe during the fasting month of Ramadan.


Dear Muslim brothers! While of most of us know what ITIKAAF is, but very few us know about its origin. Prior to Islam, ‘ITIKAAF’ was a practice among the Pagans of Mecca to retire for a stipulated period in the Kaaba temple away from their family in order to devote themselves in remembrance of, and prayer to, the Lord. Muhammad Islamized this practice in the hope of persuading the Pagans to join Islam. And Itikaaf has been observed by Muslim men for the past 14 hundred years as an Islamic ritual during the holy month of Ramadan. The following hadiths give clear evidence that Itikaaf was a ritual of Pagans in pre-Islamic days:

'Umar bin Al-Khattab said, "O Allah's Apostle! I vowed in the Pre-Islamic period to perform Itikaf in Al-Masjid-al-Haram for one night." The Prophet said, "Fulfill your vow." So, he performed Itikaf for one night. (Sahih Al-Bukhari 3:248 & 258-259)

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In this article, I will discuss in full the issue of fasting for Muslim women, our Muslim sisters, who are the most deprived specious on earth.


Dear Muslim sisters! Muhammad says on behalf of his puppet Allah, fasting is the only rituals he expect from his slaves for them to attain salvation and that Allah will deal directly with his ‘slaves’ with regards to Ramadan fasting.

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In the previous two articles (5G & 5H), we have compared the fasting spirits—Jesus vs Muhammad, and Modern Muslims vs Sahaaba, respectively. In this article, let us investigate the fasting spirit of our incomparable prophet, the greatest Prophet of God, and one and the only ‘perfect’ Muslim and human being ever to be born.


While Muhammad’s character is filled with too many negatives, the worst tyrant sometimes shows a sense of humor in their words and deeds. Some of Muhammad’s sayings and actions on various issues too would have made people laugh. Actually, there were many occasions on which he made his followers laugh. Unfortunately, the Mullahs try their best to hide those hadiths from us, thus depriving us a little bit of fun that Islam offers. Here, I have picked one such entertaining hadith from the chapters of fasting.

Narrated 'Aisha: Allah's Apostle used to fast till one would say that he would never stop fasting, and he would abandon fasting till one would say that he would never fast… (Sahih Al-Bukhari 3:190 & 192)

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In part 1 of this article, we have analyzed the facts about why our Muslim women are not free to fast for their god ‘Allah’. In part 2, we have discussed about the disgraceful status Islam has accorded to Muslim women. In this final part, I will analyze further about Muslim women’s inability to oblige to the orders of Allah and who is playing in-between them and their God?

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