Islam – The Stone Worshiping Religion
The Muslims say they are very much against image or idol worship, but two pillars of Islam involve visiting, bowing down, circumambulating, kissing, and praying while facing a stone. The Muslims pray five times a day while facing the Kabah, which has a black stone inside. The Kabah is called the house of Allah (Quran 2.158). This means Allah is inside, and the Muslims bow down to the Kabah and pray. This means they pray to Allah, the black stone.
The Muslims wills say they face the Kebah to worship for unity only, but then why do they bow down to the Kebah when they are at the Kebah? And why circumambulate and kiss a stone?
“Lo! (the mountains) As-Safa and Al-Marwah are among the indications of Allah. It is therefore no sin for him who is on pilgrimage to the House (of Allah) or visiteth it, to go around them (as the pagan custom is). And he who doeth good of his own accord, (for him) lo! Allah is Responsive, Aware.” (Al-Quran 2.158 Pickthall)
“Abdullah ibn Sarjis reported, “I saw the bald one, i. e. ‘Umar ibn Khattib (Allah be pleased with him), kissing the Stone and saying: By Allah. I am kissing with full consciousness of the fact that you are a stone and that you can neither do any harm nor good; and if I had not seen Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) kissing you, I would not have kissed you. (Sahih Muslim Book 15, Hadith 275)
“So do what all the pilgrims do with the exception of the Tawaf (Circumambulation) round the Ka`ba…” (Sahih Bukhari 294)
“When the Prophet (mpuh) entered Mecca on the day of the Conquest, there were 360 idols around the Ka`ba…” (Sahih Bukhari 4287)
Based on the above and other Quranic and Hadith verses:
- The Kabah is called the house of Allah. This means Allah is present inside and there is only one thing present inside, a black stone.
- It is good deed to kiss and circumambulate the black stone. This is one of the pillars of Islam, Hajj.
- Salat is another pillar of Islam and this involves bowing down in the direction of the Kabah and praying. This means the Muslims are down to the black stone in prayer.
- The Prophet of Islam himself circumambulated and kissed the black stone. The Kabah is called the house of God based on the Quran (2.158).
- The most sacred place on earth for the Muslims is the Kabah. The place where there were once 360 idols and now only one idol, the black stone. The Kebah was a pagan Temple before Islam and after Islam it became the most scared site for the Muslims.
There is value in visiting, facing, and circumambulating a stone, if it symbolizes God, otherwise it’s just stone reverence (idol worship). The Muslims are the biggest stone or idol worshippers.
The Hindus worship statues of God (Deity of God), but they believe God is present in the statues and so their aim is to worship God and not the stone. They also believe God is omnipresent, present everywhere, including within the statues. The Muslims worship the black stone in the Kebah and believe God is not omnipresent and certainly not present in the Kebah. Although the above Islamic scriptural verses show that the Allah is the black stone in the Kebah. So based on their beliefs, the Muslims are stone or idol worshippers.
By worshipping a stone, the Muslims become stone hearted. This is very much true, as more than 99% of the terror attacks in the world are carried out by Muslims.