- Mecca, Time - Beginning of Islam)
Oh son of Abdullah, why are you insulting our gods?
Allah is my friend, Oh idol worshippers! I obey none but Allah.
We will give you whichever woman you want and we will give you dozens of
she-camels that you may use as you wish, if only you will no longer speak ill of
our gods. And we even have another proposal for you.
Oh infidels, what is this other option, if I may ask?
If you worship our gods for a year, we will worship your god for the same amount
Hold on, Kafirs! Let me check with my lord before I decide rashly!
Oh Mohammad! Feel free to chat with your fantasy friend but we offered the best
that you may ever know!
Eureka! Eureka! My lord has just spoken to me, and he commanded: "Unto you your religion, and unto me my religion." (Q109.006)
watching the filming of the great prophet Mohammad's life, I well up with
emotion and must dry the tears from my eyes. What a benevolent statement! What a
generous person he was! Our beloved prophet understood the importance of the
freedom to practice one's own religion. Allah was so merciful and compassionate
at the early age of Islam! The followers of Islam used to pray facing Jerusalem
and the tribe of Quraish had the Kaba, a perfect example of religious tolerance.
- Mecca, Time - Before migrating to Medina)
Camera, Action, …….
Boss, we have a problem.
Mohammad: Now what?
companion: People are talking about Allah's flip-flops. Some of his revelations are
contradicting previous revelations.
Mohammad: Oh I forgot to tell you, Allah's secretary Gabriel just
visited me. Allah is aware of this situation and has sent a memorandum in this
regard. He commented, "When we
substitute one revelation for another, - and Allah knows best what He reveals
(in stages), - they say, "Thou art but a forger": but most of them
understand not." (Q 16.101)
Allah cannot see the future. He changes his mind as the prophet gets into
different situations. Hmm... interesting. But now I' m losing faith in this
Mohammad guy and his friend Allah. How can I trust a god who doesn't know what
he's doing? Allah is claiming that he knows best but at the same time he is
replacing his own word with new ones just because the situations have changed.
- Medina, Time - after migrating from Mecca to Medina)
I am having a bad hair day. I am frustrated and angry.
companion: Oh prophet, have we done anything wrong?
I am not angry with you fellows, I'm teed off by those stubborn, pesky,
companion: Allow me to go out, kill a Jew and deliver you his beautiful wife.
Mohammad: Idiot, did I ask for another woman? I have plenty of those.
I'm upset because we've been praying towards the temple of Jerusalem and it was
expected that those accursed Jews would accept our religion. Looks like this
strategy is not working, they refuse to convert.
companion: We can always change our direction to the Kaaba of Mecca, after all
that's where we used to live.
companion: But won't the people call us fools if we move Allah from one house to
Mohammad: Bingo! That's a good idea! Wait, Wait! I hear a phone
ringing in my head, maybe it's a revelation. Yes, indeed it is a revelation.
Allah just commanded, "The fools
among the people will say: "What hath turned them from the Qibla to which
they were used?" Say: To Allah belong both east and West: He guideth whom
He will to a Way that is straight." (Q 002.142)
confused. Why made Allah change his home from Jerusalem to Mecca, a move that
would only open the door to a confrontation with the Quraish? Moudidi, a famous
scholar of Islam clearly explained, "In
this portion, the declaration of the change of qiblah from the Temple (Jerusalem) to the Ka`abah (Makkah) was made as a
symbol of the change of leadership from the children of Israel to the Muslim
wrong with this prophet guy? I'm downright disgusted with his deceptive modus
operandi. Allah never claimed that he had a vacation home in Mecca. After
gaining a foothold in Medina, Mohammad decided to pray towards Mecca, knowing
that the house of Kaba was still full of idols. So, did the Muslims (along with
Mohammad) worship many idols until he conquered Mecca?
- Medina, Time - End of Medina stage, preparing to re-capture Mecca)
Ali: Oh father-in-law, command me before I leave for Mecca.
Mohammad: I am proud of you Ali. I love you so much, I gave you my
daughter as well as many slave women to enjoy. You are the sword of Islam.
Ali: Oh Prophet, you are my hero. I believe Abu Bakr has already
reached Mecca. Is there any message that I must relay to him?
Yes, I have received some new revelations regarding the Mushriks, the idol
Ali: Sing along, Oh Prophet sing along.
an announcement from Allah and His Messenger, to the people (assembled) on the
day of the Great Pilgrimage,- that Allah and His Messenger dissolve (treaty)
obligations with the Pagans. If then, ye repent, it were best for you; but if ye
turn away, know ye that ye cannot frustrate Allah. And proclaim a grievous
penalty to those who reject Faith.
I am impressed, I will be happy to fulfill Allah's command.
Mohammad: Allah also told me,
" Then, when the sacred months have passed, slay the idolaters wherever
ye find them, and take them (captive), and besiege them, and prepare for them
each ambush. …" (Q 009.005)
this the same guy who chanted, "Unto you your religion, and unto me my
religion?" Now the prophet and Allah have decided to punish those who would
refuse to wave the Islamic flag. Apparently, the theory of religious tolerance
was replaced with blackmail and aggression - the true colors of Islam being
a few personal considerations have been slapped in, the four scenarios shown
above are based on historical events as recounted by the Quran and Ahadith.
Those chronologically correct reenactments clearly show how power and greed
transformed a prophet into a beast. Towards the end of his career, Mohammad
stopped walking and talking like a prophet and became the perfect role model for
all future pirates and dictators. He didn't stoop to bad faith, duplicity and
violence, he raised such iniquities to the level of religious virtue.
9.3 and 9.5, mentioned in the last scene, impart direct orders to treat
non-Muslims harshly. In point of fact, all the verses of this surah AL-TAWBA
are full of senseless hostility and cruelty. Muslims often downplay these
verses claiming that they were intended for wartime and therefore should not
apply to daily life. Interestingly, there was no war at that time. In fact,
those verses were plucked out of thin air right after the treaty of Hudaibiyah,
which, as soon as Mohammad became strong enough, was conveniently voided by
proudly explains, "The first
discourse (1-37), was revealed in Zil-Qa'adah A. H. 9 or thereabout. As the
importance of the subject of the discourse required its declaration on the
occasion of Hajj the Holy Prophet
dispatched Hadrat Ali to follow Hadrat Abu Bakr, who had already left for Makkah
as leader of the Pilgrims to the Ka'abah. He instructed Hadrat Ali to deliver
the discourse before the representatives of the different clans of Arabia so as to
inform them of the new policy towards the mushriks."
A new policy towards the non-believers! Aren't our holier-than-thou Jihadi
butt-kicking brothers following the latest rule of Mohammad?
a decision taken at a later time overrules the previous one and the verdicts of
a high court take precedence over the lower courts. Someone can be a very honest
person all his life, but if he commits a crime at the end of his life, he will
be judged in accordance to his present deed. Likewise, the final commandants of
the Quran surpass previous verses. There are no ands, ifs or buts... that's the
plain fact of the matter and that's how devoted Muslims' minds work.
apologists often bring an 'out-of-context' excuse from their magical bag of
lies, but they don't realize that they simply are out-of-concept! Nowhere in the
Quran is it mentioned that the stinky verses are stalled in the 7th
century and that they should not be applicable for future times. On the
contrary, the Quran clearly says, "This is the Book; in it is guidance
sure, without doubt, to those who fear Allah;" (Q 2.02).
enough, we have many lunatics in this world who have received clear guidance
from the Quran and they will continue seeking guidance unless the book is
chucked into a black hole of an unknown galaxy.