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Archive for November, 2010

The Amazing World of a Believer [Quote – 207]

Nov 23, 2010 | Section: Articles | 408 reads

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Nothing is more amazing in this world than a believer who is sustained by God’s Love.

Let me explain how.

“When a believer looks at God, I mean when he thinks or contemplates about God, he thinks his life is forever.

But when he looks at this world, he knows that his life hangs in the most delicate and dynamic balance of a dizzy whirl of a billion variables from minute to minute and from second to micro- and millisecond.

So a believer learns to scale his life and his priorities accordingly.

And his life then becomes a perfect balance of rights and responsibilities.

As a result, a believer discharges his duties, and fulfils his obligations, to friend and foe alike, and to humans and non-humans alike, as if he had but maybe seconds to live.

But he leaves his rewards in the safe and secure hands of his master – God Almighty.

And he rests comfortably in the safe and secure knowledge that what is his by divine dispensation will also be his in actuality. 

And what was meant to reach him in this world will never miss him, no matter who gets in the way or tries to stop it.

A believer never surrenders his rights, no matter how seemingly insurmountable the odds against him, for he knows his rights are given to him by his maker and master, God Almighty, and not by fellow-human beings like himself.

Nor does a believer allow the rights of anyone else to be denied or diminished, for he knows all rights, his as well as everyone else’s, come from God and it is his God-given duty to cherish and protect them and to strive tirelessly to secure them for himself as well as for all others.

Yet, at the same time, a believer’s struggle for his rights is most cultured, compassionate and dignified, for, he knows that the one who gave him his rights will also make sure to deliver them to him.

As a result, a believer’s struggle for those God-given rights – life, liberty, property, family, human dignity, freedom of belief, freedom of expression and such – both for himself and for everyone else in this world, is persistent and fearless.

For, a believer reads in the Qur’an, which is God’s word in his hand, and in this world, and in the universe, that God does not change the condition of a people unless they themselves work to change it.

As a human being, a believer loves Liberty more than he loves Life, just as the American revolutionary Patrick Henry once said it as eloquently and forcefully as perhaps any man can ever say it: “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!

And as the Bible quotes the indomitable Moses, Prophet and Messenger of God, may God bless him, as saying it to no less a tyrant than Pharaoh who not only considered himself the greatest king on earth, but also God: “Let My People Go!

But a believer respects, loves, and celebrates life as a very special gift and trust from God, not just for himself but for all of God’s creation, both human and non-human.

Such a man is mortal to the extent all creation must drink inevitably from the decreed cup of mortality. But his life, legacy and impact on the world are forever, for, he is moved by the Spirit of God that God breathed in him when he created him.

Such a man is indestructible, unbreakable.

For, as someone once said it:

  • You send him in exile, you turn him into a tourist on the endless expanse of God’s earth;
  • You lock him up in jail, you make it possible for him to be in never-ending tete-a-tete with his Creator;
  • Or you kill him, and thereby you confer upon him the priceless blessing of martyrdom and send him directly to paradise where he lives forever in eternal bliss in the presence of God Almighty.

Indeed, how different is the world of a believer who knows, understands, and believes, and cares, from the world of a non-believer who neither knows, nor understands, nor believes, nor cares.

And what an enchanted and impregnable and radiant and self-sustaining world it is!

Directly in the hand of God Almighty.

May God bless such a believer and those he loves and teaches, and whose lives he touches!” (Dr. Pasha)

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Love of God and Love of God’s Creation – Different or the Same Thing [Quote – 206]

Nov 20, 2010 | Section: Articles | 406 reads

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“Your journey to God begins when and where your preoccupation with your own self tapers off.

The more ascendant and salient you make yourself in your list of priorities and in your own scheme of things, and the more prominent your child, spouse, job or business is in the calculus of your life, the slower and more arduous and fitful your journey to God and the farther and more uncertain your destination.

Unless, of course, you master the true Islamic way of doing things under which you love God first, and foremost, and unconditionally, and above all else, and then you compress and derive all your worldly loves, whether it is your love for your family, career or even yourself, from that single most dominant and all-consuming passion in your life – Love of God.

That total and single-minded devotion for God then validates, legitimizes, blesses and consecrates every other lawful love you may have in this world, whether it is love of a child, parent, sport, business, spouse, career, nation, society, culture or place.” (Dr. Pasha)

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A Dictatorship Is a Dictatorship, Is a Dictatorship, Is a Dictatorship [Quote – 205]

Nov 19, 2010 | Section: Articles | 400 reads

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“Tyranny has many faces and they are all from the Devil.

In case anyone has trouble understanding this simple equation, let me make it as clear as I possibly can: A so-called “Religious” Dictatorship or “Islamic” Dictatorship is still a dictatorship.

It is one of the many faces of tyranny.

Nothing more, nothing less.

In fact, such a so-called religious or theocratic dictatorship is all dictatorship and tyranny and no Islam.” (Dr. Pasha)

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Democracy Is from God and Dictatorship Is from the Devil [Quote – 204]

Nov 19, 2010 | Section: Articles | 403 reads

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“To the extent Democracy implies rights, freedoms and opportunities for participation and representation for “The People,” it is from God and it embodies the essence and spirit of Islam. 

Dictatorship on the other hand, any kind or type of dictatorship, whether it is a civilian or military dictatorship or a hereditary monarchy pure and simple, that limits the rights and freedoms of “The People,” and denies them opportunities for full participation and representation, is from the Devil and it represents all that is alien and hostile to Islam.” (Dr. Pasha)

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This Eidul Adha – Festival of Sacrifice – Ask: What Are You Sacrificing [Quote – 203]

Nov 16, 2010 | Section: Articles | 402 reads

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Message for Eidul Ad-haa

“My message for this Eidul Ad-haa is a simple one.

When Muslims and their small and big leaders proceed to slaughter and sacrifice their camels, sheep, goats and cows, I suggest they ask the following question of themselves: To what extent are they sacrificing these animals at the altar of God and to what extent are they sacrificing Islam and Muslims, and the overall wellbeing of God’s creation on earth, at the altar of their own egos; selfishness; greed; corruption; politics; ambition; and cooptation by and sellout to the Devil and his minions and agents?” (Dr. Pasha)

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Pasha Hour International – Live from America! – Nov 09, 2010

Nov 13, 2010 | Section: Articles | 285 reads

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Featured:

  • Prophets of the Bible and the Qur’an
  • No God But God
  • World Day of God
  • Propaganda Against Islam
  • Muslims Bless Everyone,
  • Hajj
  • Moses and Jesus
  • Turning the other cheek
  • Reading the Qur’an

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Pasha Hour International – Live from America! – Nov 02, 2010

Nov 13, 2010 | Section: Articles | 306 reads

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This program is a rare voice of clarity at a time of confusion and doubt! It is a voice of integrity in an age of spin and mendacity! It is a voice for peace, moderation and sanity in a world gone mad!

Featured in this program:

  • Islam means Being Nice
  • Who did God talk to?
  • God is Truth
  • God controls Everything
  • Singing the Praises of Jesus and Mary
  • Desecration of the Qur’an
  • The Miracle of Hajj

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Pasha Hour International – Live from America! – Oct 26, 2010

Nov 13, 2010 | Section: Articles | 284 reads

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A very different radio program is attracting the attention of Muslims and non-Muslims alike around the world. It is fresh; it is exciting; and it is all that you wished you had in a radio program but never quite got it before.

Featured in this program:

  • World Day of God
  • Hajj – A Commemoration of God
  • Abraham’s Story
  • Treating People with Respect
  • The Preservation of Islam for 1400+ years
  • The Presence of God
  • Propaganda against Islam

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Invite Everyone to Islam: If You Are Muslim, That Is What You Are Supposed to Do!

Nov 10, 2010 | Section: Articles | 704 reads

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Allahu Akbar. The more time you spend in “Allah’s work,” the more time you seem to have on your hands for your own so-called personal needs.

And the less time you spend doing Allah’s work, the less time you seem to have for yourself. And then there are all other side effects and distractions that crop up on you from all sides. [Read more]

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Pasha Hour International – Live from America! – Oct 19, 2010

Nov 10, 2010 | Section: Articles | 260 reads

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A very different radio program is attracting the attention of Muslims and non-Muslims alike around the world. It is fresh; it is exciting; and it is all that you wished you had in a radio program but never quite got it before.

Featured in this program:

  • Health – Physical and Mental
  • Islam and Science
  • Alcohol and the Economy
  • Talking Straight from the Heart
  • Ishmael and Isaac
  • Thomas Jefferson and the Bible
  • Seek the Truth
  • God Has Spoken!

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Added: Nov 10, 2010 | Read Full »