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Sunday, 14 December 2014



For any verbal or written record to pass the test of truthfulness, it should be on the ground of Logical Soundness; i.e. like the formula of 2+2 = 4 which is universally accepted by all. Every “Holy Scripture” should pass this test in order to validate that its teaching is beneficial for entire mankind. But the issue is so emotionally strong that we often skip the subject and categorize it as personal affair. This is a very serious subject which we all ignore or give less importance. Governments come to power or lose their power because of this subject. How can it be a private affair when its teaching affects the entire mankind so severely?

We should stop the policy of appeasement if we sincerely desire peace for entire mankind. The world is now a global village with common interest that is Peace for all. Any teachings that violate this fundamental interest should be amended at any cost. We humans cannot afford to remain silent and be a spectator to any sort of teaching that propagates hate, bigotry, misogynistic, intolerance and injustice in the name of “Holy Scriptures”. Education is the only option. By all means we have to educate the masses even if it requires the use of force and to do that our intentions should be honest and sincere. We cannot be dictated by handful of violent people and their hateful ideology.

In this matter the guidelines are given by the “Quran” but the followers of the “Quran” ignore these guidelines, the reason they rely too much on their respective “guides” and refuse to take notice of the actual message. My emphasis is more towards the “Muslim” community because they are the main victims as well as perpetrators of the mindless violence. Blaming others for our plight won’t exonerate us from the responsibilities. We have to accept that we “Muslims” are not thinking people. We don’t use our brain; we are herds of cattle led by many shepherds. We are threat to the world peace.

The First Dilemma:

While the language of the “Quran” fortunately remained mostly untouched, its words and terms were made to lose the spirit which are so beautifully conveyed in the original Arabic language. This happen basically due to the instant merger of two cultures and resulting in the sudden evolution of the language which every language has to pass through. The Quranic terms went through an adaptation process with the erroneous philosophies prevalent in the once Zoroastrian culture of Persia, and they later on became widely accepted even among the Arabs! As a community Arabs are believed to be the most unlettered people who have hardly contributed to the Arabic literature but the fact is otherwise. All the Arab literature of more than 200 years were destroyed during the Abbasid rule and not a single page was available except the traces of marvelous “Quran”. I am not ready to believe that Arabs were illiterate seeing the beauty of "Quran's" message and its eloquent style. During that period it was literally Persians influence who were at the realms of power and the newly converts had to totally rely on these Persians for their education and Abbasid were just a puppet, under the false illusion of power and glory. Many learned Arabs who were aware of the truth of the “Quran” were systematically killed if they raised their voices against the malpractice of the Persians. This staggering tragedy explains why and how, even the Arabs or the intellectuals among the “Muslims” lose their touch with the “Quran”, the weapon of mass enlightenment (25:52).

The Second Dilemma:

The later generations of interpreters and exegesis’ of “Quran” have blindly followed the men of old and this tendency has been consistently taking its virulent casualty. The followers of “Quran” have been thinking of the Ajami Arabic as the original Language of the Quran. By Ajami Arabic I mean not the pure Arabic but with many alien concepts attached to the Arabic words and terms of the Quran.

Any worth reading book is that which has a proper sequence or in perfect order of narration, without compromising with its main theme. Lacking that would be a mess, non-scholarly work relatively unreadable and boring to the reader. The reader must be able to tell what the entire book is all about, simply and briefly in clear words. What is the use of the book if we fail to discover its theme or main agenda or subject matter, without which the objective or the purpose of reading the book is futile?

There is only one original “Quranic script”. It is in the dialect of the natives which was written down in short hand and spoken too in half discourse. The Arabic script has no vowel or diacritical marking, which means individual words can be interpreted in many ways. But because of years of brainwashing and misunderstanding of the “Quran” the common men thinks that canonical meanings are the only meanings to be followed. The “Muslims” are taught from a very early age that the Quran is a perfectly preserved book and that “God” has taken it upon himself to guard each verse, word, and letter and even a dot of the Quranic Arabic text is free from any errors or changes. But we fail to judge what we are actually following is not “God’s” word but it is the interpretation of the respective translators. If the meaning of the word changes, how we can we claim that the message is preserved or remains the same. We are living in false contentment. We are actually sleeping and pretending to be awake.

The Third Dilemma:

I would like to enlighten the readers on some script problems in the Arabic Quran, mainly diacritical marks. The Arabic writing system was not fully developed during the time of compilation of “Quranic script”, it was mainly an oral communication. The original Quranic Arabic alphabet was derived from Syriac /Aramaic and eventually evolved into Arabic alphabets which were written without the present diacritical marks. Initially the Arabic writing was called Garshuni script. These vowels and diacritical marks were added years after the final compilation of original text. The problem with this is addition or subtraction of diacritical marks is it radically changed the meaning of original text thereby drastically altering the Arabic words which even changed the root words.

The Fourth Dilemma:

Most of the essence of the original script of the Quran is lost; the original speakers of the language are no more. Most of the original meanings of the vibrant words of “Quran” are practically dead but still its traces are found in some classical lexicons. The book of wisdom is infringed upon with alien concept and mythological stories of dead characters. The present translation and interpretation is comfortably based on the conjecture or at the mercy of the majority. The situation looks depressing, but true. Apparently the “Muslims” have lost their Qibla; an important aspect of faith.

The Fifth Dilemma:

Majority of “Muslims” have no idea about Islam, they blindly follow their sect leaders. When we ask them some simple questions which is contrary to their beliefs their perennial answer is “Allah Knows the best”. What I want to convey is that their thinking and learning process has been completely stopped. They are programmed not to think, not to use their minds, and to blindly accept whatever is taught in the name of religion. They think performing certain rituals, wearing an Arab dress, eating particular kind of food and believing in life after death stories is “Islam” or article of faith and this is the absolute truth which cannot be changed or amended. They are ready to die for their belief, that’s the reason they are so complacent and thus dangerous.

When confronted, they are trained to sing “Allah Knows the Best” tune and then move on very careless, not bothering to know the answer. Their urge to seek knowledge is completely destroyed. They are content performing rituals and they are hypnotized to think this is what “Islam” is. The mindless rituals they perform in the hope of pleasing Allah are proudly called by them as Ibadat (service) to Allah, without knowing who is Allah. Please see my article on Allah.

It seems that logic and reasoning has disappeared from such people's thought process. Without the application of reasoning there is no thinking. Such an irony and fall of intellect that people don't want to think for themselves. Years of dependence on their respective religious head has taken its toll, it will take a long time before they even want to unlearn. It’s so sad to see them react in such a violent, abusive manner when we confront them with Quranic verses related to their beliefs. They tirelessly defend their beliefs and call names to those who provide evidence from within the Quran to all their queries. How are we ever going to get rid of such a mindset called Stockholm syndrome?

The Sixth Dilemma:

Now the biggest dilemma is how to understand this sacred book called Quran, on which the lives of 1.6 billions of “Believers” depend? What the Noble Quran says about it, when everything is almost lost, who will teach the “Quran” when its language alien to most of us? Or is it even important to know this 114 chapter book called Quran? Let’s see what the “Quran” has to say about this dilemma? – Please refer to my on Kitab, Quran and Arabic for more detail.

The Seventh Dilemma:

How it is possible to decode the “Quran” when it is clearly mention in the “Quran” that we cannot follow our elders, ancestors, teachers, friends, historical events or the opinion of the majority?


(1) In order to see the truth one must recognize the lie. First the believers or the followers of “Quran” should realize that what they rote is gibberish reading or singing of the Arabic text of “Quran” furthermore it is a waste of time and insult to the honorable author of the “Quran”. But many among the “Muslims” don’t see any problem with this type of reading and they are not even bothered about their lives. They are content with their condition and terming it as Allah’s wish or they would blame the so called evil forces hatching conspiracy against them.

To understand the “Quran” through various translations and to believe that we know all about “Quran” is wishful thinking or self deception. What they understand is not an original message of the “Quran” but a version based on “Traditional Quranic Dictionaries” written by traditional writers. This “Quranic dictionaries” are tailor made for the purpose of interpreting the “Quran” on the concept of “Shaan-e-Nuzool”.  The Particular circumstances of revelation called Shaan-e-Nuzool is a conjecture tool fabricated by Ajami Imams whose mother tongue was not even Arabic and they played the role of the teacher to help decode the Arabic Quran for rest of the “Muslim world”. But the truth is this sham tool of Shaane Nuzool was fabricated to fool the Arab natives and those new converts who embrace into the fold of Islam.

The “Quran” was the only weapon by which the “unlettered Arabs” became the Master of Ajami (foreign) lands in record breaking time. And it was very important for the non Arabs to neutralize this weapon of mass enlightenment in order to stop the advancement of the message of the “Quran”. So after more than hundred years after the compilation of this noble book of Arabs; the non Arabs (Ajami) have invented the tool of Shaane Nuzool, just to curtail this magnanimous message of Arabs from taking over the world.

“Shan-e-Nuzool means the particular circumstances, context or events in which or in response to which, particular verses of Al-Qur’an were revealed to Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam). This is also a very essential science needed for understanding Al-Qur’an. There are two types of verses in Al-Qur’an, one includes those which Allah sent down Himself and was not in response to any particular event or question posed towards Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam). The second type includes those verses which were sent down in response to a particular event or question. It is for understanding of the second type of verses one needs to know the Shan-e-Nuzool. Some people believe that it is not important to know the Shan-e-Nuzool, but this are not correct, as it is very difficult to understand the correct meaning of these verses without having in mind the background for which or in response to which these verses were revealed – This is the general view of the so called Islamic scholars which is instill in the common man.

It occurred when the commentators of the Qur’an, centuries after its revelation, tried to connect every verse with a certain historical event, calling the process Shaan-e-Nuzool (Circumstances of a revelation.) Here the words and terms of the Qur’an were given tailor-made meanings to fit the supposed story, with total disregard to their original vibrant meanings, concepts and messages.

This deplorable practice only serves to bind the verses of the Timeless Qur’an to some supposed incidents and chain the Word of God in another set of shackles!

Worst of all, and inevitably so, this conjecture of Shaan-e-Nuzool was attributed to the exalted Prophet and his noble companions. This led people into believing that this was how they (the Prophet and his companions) used to understand the Qur’an! So, the foundation of an Islamic decline was laid down and mankind was robbed of the Supreme Gift of guidance bestowed upon them by the Creator! Dr. Shabbir Ahmed

This understanding of “Quran” based on “Shaane Nuzool” lead to the demise of the original message of the “Quran”. The magnificent Quran became permanently handicapped that needs crutches of this deceitful tool called “Shaane Nuzool” and it is told that we cannot understand “Quran” without this fake instrument. And we all are witness to the consequence caused by the sad demise of the original vibrant message of peace, eventually transformed into the doctored message of violence and rituals. The first solution to the dilemmas is to realize where we went wrong and accept the mistake & not to defend it by apologetic justifications.

(2) After realizing or accepting the fault we must scrutinize each and every word of the original text of the “Quran” through the classical lexicon. Note, not to refer the modern Arabic dictionaries as these dictionaries will often show you the present or colloquial meanings of the word instead of pure classical Arabic meaning. As we know the lexicons provides range of meanings, the appropriate selection of meaning must be determined by the context of the verse, the theme of the subject, Rattal & tasreef al-ayaat, selected meaning should be in line with the core message of Quran. Before selecting the meanings the factor of religious influence over the lexicographers should be kept in mind.

Now is the era of IT revolution; nothing can be hidden in this era. In this is the era of information and knowledge and everybody has an easy access to information. The world has become a global village. Today there are no Arabi and Ajmi differentiation. Today even a non Arab can understand the nuance of the Arabic language better than the native Arab. Today anyone who is interested can independently study the “Quran” without the help of any teacher; this is one of the greatest boons of internet technology. 

(3) While retracing the precious message for mankind from the “Quran” we must make sure that is it really meant for mankind or is it a hollow claim. If the message is really concerned about the well being of mankind its essence should pass the test of humanity. The message should be not about any particular culture, region, caste, and creed or it should not teach any type of hegemony over others. While interpreting the message if it does not fulfill this criterion then the claim fails that it is the message for entire mankind. 

The present day interpretation of the “Quran” is exceedingly based on faith rather than on the classical language and common sense. Sadly the present interpretation of the “Quran” is full of bigotry, misogynistic and myth. Whoever learns or able to sing with good Arabic pronunciation all these crap on the basis of conjecture formed by their predecessors are considered as Aalim (scholar) of Islam. The learning from these schools (Madrasah) is of no use and these people are not recognized as literate by the main stream society because they cannot secure jobs on the basis of this learning except in Mosque or religious school.

Between the fifth and the seventh century Hijri the science of Dialectics or Scholastic Theology was established through Imam Ghazali (450 AH) and for the support of which, besides the a-fore-said sciences, poetic sciences like Logic, Philosophy, etc. also became a necessary ingredient in the curriculum of the Islamic schools and universities.

In the beginning of eighteenth century Mulla Nizamuddin Sahalvi, who was contemporary of Shah Waliullah drafted the curriculum known as "Dars-e Nizami", which is current today in all the Arabic schools, is a relic from him. This new syllabus was prepared by Mulla Nizamuddin by adding something more to the syllabus of Imam Ghazali’s theology. Since then the syllabus remained unchanged and is the backbone of all “Islamic Schools”. This archaic syllabus should be changed first in order to bring the future generation back to the modern track.

The purpose of discussing all this history is that due to this rigid syllabus imposed by the so called contractors of Islam; the gate of inquiry or independent reasoning (Ijtehad) was closed and the “Muslim” community had to rely and bear the burden of this thousand year old syllabus. Ijtehad is opposite of taqlid (blindly following the verdict of an “expert”). Once the community of independent thinkers became the herd of cattle lead by an old shepherd known as “Dars-e-Nizami”. In the name of acquiring religious education young innocent boys and girls are enrolled in these courses by their respective parents. And unfortunately these youths spoil their prime time in learning the useless 1000 year old defunct education in the hope of acquiring nearness to “God” thus spoiling their worldly life on which every other things are based.

(4) Classical Arabic is based on chain of root words and it is easy to detect the discrepancy in the meaning of the word, although it is a tedious task to scrutinize each and every word but it is the only option if we want to revive the lost message of the "Quran". If we sincerely want to revive the lost message of the noble “Quran” we have to undertake this tedious journey. And there are no shortcuts; if we are interested in acquiring the right message, otherwise just crying over the past tragedy of conspiracy by the Persian Imams would be futile. The process of independent reasoning or new reforms should be encouraged and welcomed. And those doing it should be given protection from the fanatics.

(5) The problem is we simply ignore the greatest gift bestowed upon us by our Creator that is our intelligence and empathy. We extremely underestimate our intelligence and ignore our empathy. We immediately run to take opinions from those who are responsible for our society’s dilapidated condition. We have lost the power to think independently. We are suffering from Stockholm’s syndrome. We love the things which are responsible for our decay. We love to live in the past histories and Utopian concepts. We cannot face facts they are fearful to us. The so called established canonized concepts don’t allow us to think independently. We fear freedom of expression and freedom of liberty. We kill our sisters and daughters in the name of fake honor. We like to control the weaker section of the society by curbing their rights at the pretext of protection. We are extremely intolerant because we think our ideology is far more important than the brotherhood of humanity. We kill people who don’t subscribe to our ideology. We are the most intolerant creatures on earth. We say Islam is peaceful but we are thirsty for each other’s blood. We have more than 100 sects, each sect calling other an infidel. We are not ready to think out of the well. Each sect is content to remain in that well they assume as their world. We are a casualty of absolutism. We should accept that our wrong ideology is threat to the world peace.

The only solution for this mess up life is to think, and think independently how to come out of this miserable mess. Don’t rely on strange books not even the 114 chapter book called Quran as it language is intangible to us. Realize everything is within you. Follow those books (Kitab), signs (ayaat), lessons (surah) or messengers (rasuls) which you understand and that relate your day to day life. Trust (Imaan) yourself be the master (Imam) of your own destiny (Qadar); don’t let other forces overpower you. Life is too precious to be conceded to others whims and fancy. Don’t insult yourself, hold it in high esteem. Take your own decisions, identify (ism) the voice of yourself (Nafs) who is your Allah / Rabb / Rehman…The Kingdom (Mulk) and its King (Malik) is inside you. Know or recognize yourself. You are the creator and destroyer of your own self. You are one of the brick of the society. If you are weak the society will be weak. Build yourself first; we cannot serve (Ibadah) anyone from an empty cup. Please don’t rely on others to build your house or keep it in order. Work is worship. Work is your God (ilah); you have to serve your God sincerely in order to attain success or reward (Thawab), don't serve the God with any formality or rituals. This is the short message of 114 chapter book called the noble Quran.


Do not follow blindly what you do not know: your understanding, insight, and intelligence will be questioned about all these. (Quran 17.36)

And those who when they are reminded of the Ayat (proofs, evidence, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) of their Lord, fall not deaf and blind thereat. (Quran 25:73)

We have not sent any messenger except in the language of his people (Quran 14:4).

And if you obey most of those upon the earth, they will mislead you from the way of Allah. They follow not except assumption, and they are not but falsifying (Quran 6:116).

And when it is said to them, "Follow what Allah has revealed," they say, "Rather, we will follow that which we found our fathers doing." Even though their fathers understood nothing, nor were they guided? (Quran 2:170).

And when it is said to them, "Come to what Allah has revealed and to the Messenger," they say, "Sufficient for us is that upon which we found our fathers." Even though their fathers knew nothing, nor were they guided? (Quran 5:104)
That was a nation which has passed on. It will have [the consequence of] what it earned and you will have what you have earned. And you will not be asked about what they used to do (Quran 2:134).

And it is not for a soul to believe except by permission of Allah, and He will place defilement upon those who will not use reason (Quran 10:100).

Follow, [O mankind], what has been revealed to you from your Lord (Consciousness) and do not follow other than Him any allies. Little do you heed? (Quran 7:3).


                                           ORGINAL COPY OF “QURAN”

                                       TRANSLATED COPY OF “QURAN”


Monday, 10 November 2014

A famous fable


If you serve the universe; The universe will serve you.

Lets reflect on this incident : Fleming, a poor Scottish farmer, heard a cry for help. A boy mired to his waist in block muck was struggling to free himself. Fleming saved the boy. Next day an elegantly 
dressed nobleman came to Fleming & said, You have saved my son. I want to reward you for your act' 'No, I cannot accept any reward for my act. It was my duty, ' replied Fleming. 'Is that your son?' the nobleman asked pointing to the lad standing next to him. Fleming nodded in affirmation. The nobleman offered to educate Fleming's son as a goodwill gesture. 'Your son will make you proud ' was his assurance. Years passed. Fleming's son went on to become Sir Alexander Fleming, who discovered Penicillin. Years later, the nobleman's son was stricken with deadly pneumonia. What saved him? 'Penicillin vaccine'. The name of the nobleman was Lord Randolph Churchill. His son was Sir Winston Churchill. Someone has rightly said, "what goes around comes around". There are two types of actions; outer & inner. What determines the quality of one's life is the inner action, thoughts and emotions. Be alert to every moment in your thoughts & emotions and learn to quieten the chaos. Let the Rehmaan in you, express itself. 

This story consists of legendary characters and the purpose of this story is to highlight a lesson.

As the time passes by, people forget the lesson that the story has taught them and start revering those legendary characters by canonizing them. Gradually, they name their new born babies after them and they see this as an act of piety. Their birthdays become an integral part of a ritual and are celebrated with pomp and glory. Similar types of stories are compiled together to make a book, which is revered and the essence is seldom understood. This is how the birth of a new religion with a holy book takes place.  

This is how the "Quran explains with the help of stories as examples to reflect.

Saturday, 8 November 2014


Still to be edited - Incomplete

Surah 78

An-Naba - The Information / Appraisal


A very beautiful Surah and even more beautiful is its style of explaining. As usual the respected author has depicted the characters of Rabb in which Rehmaan is the main protagonist, supported by other roles such as General Public, Ruh, Malaikah, Al-Jabal, Al-Aradh, Al-Samawat etc. All the characters are present in US, but for the sake of understanding it - in a better way, the role and importance of each of these characters is portrayed differently. In olden days, lessons were taught in a story form with the help of examples - the book Quran is the best testimony to it (17:89).

The theme of the surah is about the incoming information and the sense of self inquiry or conversation takes place between our thoughts. How will we check whether the information coming to us is right or wrong? The respected author tried to deduce this dilemma by enacting the subject into a script. Man is influenced by many voices which compel him to act. Amidst all these voices he has to choose the right call. Voices are the information / guidelines / instructions which he receives through family, habits, addictions, peer pressure, duty, environment etc. Some of them could be external forces and some in the form of inner voices, depends upon one's level of consciousness. The respected author is guiding us, as to how one can select the right voice in order to lead a satisfactory and content life. The inner voices are signals containing bits of information conveyed to us and how we could retrieve and process it. Its all about zeroing in and  understanding this natural language / messages that our Rabb or Shaitaan is transmitting.   

According to the surah the lower consciousness of man is adjustable or synchronized with the circumstances yet the basic nature of man remains fixed. Quite moments are for observations and pondering. The moment of anxiousness or anxiety, protects man from lackadaisical attitude and propels him to find the way of living. But inclination to attachment makes him blind and boastful and the result is he is in crumbled state.

Living a life of boastfulness based on lying, shuts the door of reality. Nothing grows in comfort zone. The respected author says we have to exert ourselves in order to gain the right perception of thoughts. Failing and making mistakes are important phases of life, as they help us grow and be capable of attaining a place in the society. People whose life is based on lies are destined to stagnation in a matter of time. They suffer from darkness and confusion and nobody is there to guide them because they are in bad company and not prepared to understand or listen to their inner / motherly calling of Rehmaan.

Rehmaan is one of the attributes of Rabb. Rabb is a mixture of many faculties and Rehmaan is one of them. The quality of Rehmaan is to teach and explain what man knew not (55:1-4). Rehmaan is one of the derivatives of the word Rehm, which means womb. The function of the womb is to nourish, nurture, up bring, design and give shape to the embryo. This development takes place spontaneously by default and involuntarily, without any external influences. The moment when everything is still or quite, Rehmaan takes over- the charge of a teacher, of a guide, of a up-bringer, nourisher  just as the mother's womb takes charge of the embryo.

So to activate the 'Rehmaan' in us, we have to silence all the internal and external voices relying totally on the sciences of our Rabbul-Aalamin. The situation of silence provokes Rehmaan to express its point of view which acts like a arrow hitting its target.  

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

With the identification of the System of consciousness, The Rehman, The Rahim.


1 عَمَّ يَتَسَاءَلُونَ

About what they are asking each other 

2 عَنِ النَّبَإِ الْعَظِيمِ

About the great information

3 الَّذِي هُمْ فِيهِ مُخْتَلِفُونَ

Those (information) in which they differ

4 كَلَّا سَيَعْلَمُونَ

Nay, they will come to know

5 ثُمَّ كَلَّا سَيَعْلَمُونَ

Again nay, they will come to know

6 أَلَمْ نَجْعَلِ الْأَرْضَ مِهَادًا

Have We not caused the lower conscious to adjust ?

7 وَالْجِبَالَ أَوْتَادًا 

And the disposition fixed ? (nature/temperament is the only thing which remains fixed)

8 وَخَلَقْنَاكُمْ أَزْوَاجًا

And We have evolved you, as to synchronize (match - Pair)

9 وَجَعَلْنَا نَوْمَكُمْ سُبَاتًا

And We caused you quietness for observance 

10 وَجَعَلْنَا اللَّيْلَ لِبَاسًا

And We caused anxiety for confusion

11 وَجَعَلْنَا النَّهَارَ مَعَاشًا 

And We caused the way for living

12 وَبَنَيْنَا فَوْقَكُمْ سَبْعًا شِدَادًا

And We have built over you several intense objectives

13 وَجَعَلْنَا سِرَاجًا وَهَّاجًا

And We have caused lying / vanity  glowing 

14 وَأَنزَلْنَا مِنَ الْمُعْصِرَاتِ مَاءً ثَجَّاجًا 

And We have revealed through exertion, flowing of thoughts

15 لِّنُخْرِجَ بِهِ حَبًّا وَنَبَاتًا

That We may issue with it approval and nourishment

16 وَجَنَّاتٍ أَلْفَافًا

And enwrapped in hidden garden of knowledge

17 إِنَّ يَوْمَ الْفَصْلِ كَانَ مِيقَاتًا

Indeed the moment of outcome is destined

18 يَوْمَ يُنفَخُ فِي الصُّورِ فَتَأْتُونَ أَفْوَاجًا

Moment of puffed up (boastful) inclination turns you in a crumbled group

19 وَفُتِحَتِ السَّمَاءُ فَكَانَتْ أَبْوَابًا

And the higher consciousness will become like open doors

20 وَسُيِّرَتِ الْجِبَالُ فَكَانَتْ سَرَابًا

And the disposition (nature) will lead to accomplishment 

21 إِنَّ جَهَنَّمَ كَانَتْ مِرْصَادًا

Verily, stagnation is a matter of time

22 لِّلطَّاغِينَ مَآبًا

For the transgressors will return to its right place

23 لَّابِثِينَ فِيهَا أَحْقَابًا

They will remain in it suppressed

24 لَّا يَذُوقُونَ فِيهَا بَرْدًا وَلَا شَرَابًا 

They will not experience therein any coolness nor grasping

25 إِلَّا حَمِيمًا وَغَسَّاقًا 

Except confusion and darkness

26 جَزَاءً وِفَاقًا 

Understandable (predictable) fate

27 إِنَّهُمْ كَانُوا لَا يَرْجُونَ حِسَابًا

Verily they were not expecting reckoning

28 وَكَذَّبُوا بِآيَاتِنَا كِذَّابًا

And they belied our signs with denial

29 وَكُلَّ شَيْءٍ أَحْصَيْنَاهُ كِتَابًا 

And everything We have enumerated in writing

30 فَذُوقُوا فَلَن نَّزِيدَكُمْ إِلَّا عَذَابًا

So experience, We will never grow you, except in torment  

31 إِنَّ لِلْمُتَّقِينَ مَفَازًا

Indeed for the diligent there will be success 

32 حَدَائِقَ وَأَعْنَابًا 

encompass and advance

33 وَكَوَاعِبَ أَتْرَابًا

And noble companions rich in knowledge

34 وَكَأْسًا دِهَاقًا

And the full cup ( idiom for complete satisfaction with knowledge)

35 لَّا يَسْمَعُونَ فِيهَا لَغْوًا وَلَا كِذَّابًا

No unprofitable talks they will hear and nor any falsehood

36 جَزَاءً مِّن رَّبِّكَ عَطَاءً حِسَابًا

Reward from your Rabb a gift of reckoning

37 رَّبِّ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضِ وَمَا بَيْنَهُمَا الرَّحْمَـٰنِ ۖ لَا يَمْلِكُونَ مِنْهُ خِطَابًا

Rabb of higher and lower consciousness and what is between them is the Rehmaan [the teacher of knowledge]They possess no power from Him to converse

38 يَوْمَ يَقُومُ الرُّوحُ وَالْمَلَائِكَةُ صَفًّا ۖ لَّا يَتَكَلَّمُونَ إِلَّا مَنْ أَذِنَ لَهُ الرَّحْمَـٰنُ وَقَالَ صَوَابًا

That moment the Spirit and the mechanism of ownership will stand still in rows, none will communicate except who is allowed for it, and the Rehmaan will say on target. (to the point) 

39 ذَ‌ٰلِكَ الْيَوْمُ الْحَقُّ ۖ فَمَن شَاءَ اتَّخَذَ إِلَىٰ رَبِّهِ مَآبًا

That will be the moment of facts, so whosoever desires, let him seek a right place towards his Rabb

40 إِنَّا أَنذَرْنَاكُمْ عَذَابًا قَرِيبًا يَوْمَ يَنظُرُ الْمَرْءُ مَا قَدَّمَتْ يَدَاهُ وَيَقُولُ الْكَافِرُ يَا لَيْتَنِي كُنتُ تُرَابًا

Indeed We have warned you of a near torment, on that moment the result (of his action) will be seen which his hands/resources have sent forth and the disbeliever will say "Oh I wish ! that I could be equally become rich in knowledge."

Keeping our 'Antennas' at alert mode would help in tuning into the right frequencies towards our Rabb.

Sunday, 21 September 2014


Khaatama al Nabiyeen [خَاتَمَ النَّبِيِّينَ] is a very vast, important, misunderstood, sensitive and contraversial term – I dare to share my view in short – the word kh-ta-ma means seal / sign / stamp – The word khatama does not signify last therefore the phrase Khaatama al Nabiyeen [خَاتَمَ النَّبِيِّينَ] does not mean last prophet but seal of all Nabiyeen. 

The triliteral root khā tā mīm (خ ت م) occurs eight times in the Quran, in four derived forms:

five times as the form I verb khatama (خَتَمَ)

once as the noun khātam (خَاتَم)

once as the noun khitām (خِتَٰم)

once as the passive participle makhtūm (مَّخْتُوم)

The word خ ت م means seal, sign or stamp - Khaatama indicates identification an object or represent an idea or relationship, seal of approval, authority to approve. Approving something needs knowledge and Mohammedun is the one who has complete knowledge, one who can endorse or approve after thorough study, it also means an epilogue and stamp / sign of authority – ختم الشهادة means sealing of testimony - ختم القران means completed / retained in memory the entire Quran. ختم البذر means he covered over the sown seed -

The word Khaatama 
[خَاتَمَ] is active participle (اسم الفاعل) – e.g. – driving, eating, sleeping etc - So the word Mohammedun of the book Quran is a position or status which is participating in sealing / stamping the self acquired information [النَّبِيِّينَ]

Khaatama nabiyeen means one who signs / stamps / finalize all self acquired information [النَّبِيِّينَ] and to do that “Mohammedun” [nominative case] should be present or active, alive because the word Khatim is active participle (اسم الفاعل) – It does not mean last or end of "prophet-hood."

Naba means نبا – News, over all information, acquainted, know, uttered in low voice or sound…

Nabi نبى means one who acquired overall information by himself or in other word through inspiration (Wahi) – self inspired or personal information

[genitive masculine plural noun] used in surah Al-Ahzaab verse 40 is a definite article, because of the additional AL attached to it, which means it is not a common noun but rather it is referring to many specific informations (Al-Nabiyeen). Also study 33:6-7

The word Hamd حمد means Praise, mentions, approves..

Mohammedun is a derivative of Hamd - As the word Mohammedun is in nominative case it describes a position or a status. Mohammedun is a position where one identifies or approves all such information… for that we need to know Mohammedun. But we are searching for Mohammed bin Abdullah / 
Abū al-Qāsim Muḥammad ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn ʿAbd al-Muṭṭalib ibn Hāshim [PBUH] of history. Mohammedun of Quran has nothing to do with the messenger Mohammed bin Abdullah [PBUH] of hadith or history.

The word Mohammedun is a nominative masculine indefinite noun (اسم مرفوع) – Mohamadun is not a proper noun….sorry if you searching for Mohammed bin Abdullah the person in Arabia - I am helpless because the noble Quran states so….The tanween at the end of the letter of Mohammedun signifies that it is not a proper noun but an indefinite noun of nominative nature. The hadith literature is totally different and to think that hadith throws complete light on the understanding of the book Quran is a delusional and misunderstanding of highest order. The book Quran must mainly be understood under its own context and format / theme.

33:40 مَّا كَانَ مُحَمَّدٌ أَبَا أَحَدٍ مِّن رِّجَالِكُمْ وَلَكِن رَّسُولَ اللَّهِ وَخَاتَمَ النَّبِيِّينَ وَكَانَ اللَّهُ بِكُلِّ شَيْءٍ عَلِيمًا

"The role of an approver [Mohammadun] is never of anyone's procreator from your self sustaining mechanism [Rijal], and but he is Rasul [embedded inner voice] of Allah [system of consciousness], and signs / finalize / stamps [khaatama] all information [Al-Nabiyeen], and Allah [system of consciousness] is with everyone whose desire is knowledge."  

The inherent sense of everyone that approves or finalize all self acquired information [Al-Nabiyeen] is Mohammedun – He is not a part of any procreation process, neither he is from your self sustaining mechanism. Mohammed is an inherent sense in all of us but very few people can activate and make use of it – Usually people depends upon other voices of approvals to take the final decisions or approvals – Because to approve something one has to gain right knowledge and that is very difficult, so the job of mohammedun is not easy. As we know common sense is not common. I recognize Mohammedun as common sense which works along with our consciousness but very few of us use it. Only if we have Mohammed in us we can receive Quran in our own language, which will be a guide and criterion [Furqan] to the agitated mind.

The word Rijaal رِجَالٌ  signifies self sustaining dynamics which works independently on in its own strength and capacity, capacity of mind to carry its on burden. The status of Mohammed is that he is the signature of authority / approval [Khatama] over all the self acquired information [Al-Nabiyeen] but he does not perform the work of the Nabi, he is just a Rasul who does not supply, collects / gathers, nourishes, rears, warns or acts like a father / procreator or as other Rasuls [inherent messengers] do. Mohammed [the inherent sense] only approves / finalize / stamps all self acquired information [Al-Nabiyeen] after deeply studying them and then commands to perform the action. The Rasul works with Allah [system of consciousness] - Verse 33:40 and verse 3:81 explains the work of Mohammedun the rasul.

3:81 - وَإِذْ أَخَذَ اللّهُ مِيثَاقَ النَّبِيِّيْنَ لَمَا آتَيْتُكُم مِّن كِتَابٍ وَحِكْمَةٍ ثُمَّ جَاءَكُمْ رَسُولٌ مُّصَدِّقٌ لِّمَا مَعَكُمْ لَتُؤْمِنُنَّ بِهِ وَلَتَنصُرُنَّهُ قَالَ أَأَقْرَرْتُمْ وَأَخَذْتُمْ عَلَى ذَلِكُمْ إِصْرِي قَالُواْ أَقْرَرْنَا قَالَ فَاشْهَدُواْ وَأَنَاْ مَعَكُم مِّنَ الشَّاهِدِينَ

3:81 - And when the system of consciousness [Allah] took all the self acquired information [al-nabiyeen] promise/covenant that what I gave/brought you from a script [kitab] and wisdom then a Rasul] came to you as a confirmation for what is with you, have trust with him/it and you will continuously help him/it. He said: "Did you confess / acknowledge and you took / received upon; that is My restriction / My boundary?" They [Al-Nabiyeen] said: "We confessed / acknowledged." He [Allah] said: "So witness/testify and I am with you from the witnessing/testifying/present."

Explanation of 3:81 - If the prophets are human personalities born and living in different time zones then how can we understand the above scenario of Allah giving book and taking oath from all the prophets that a messenger will come to confirm what is with them [Al-Nabiyeen] and that they must help him [Rasul]. The nabiyeen [only nuh to isa - 33:7, Mohammed is excluded because he is Rasul not a Nabi] acknowledges that they will help him [Rasul] and Allah is witness to the pact. This is only possible if all the characters, i.e nabiyeen, Allah, Rasul and shaitaan are present in our lower consciousness [فِي الْأَرْضِ] - otherwise it is impossible to understand this verse from the traditional point of view.

The voice of Mohammed [the embedded messenger] is lying dormant that’s why we cannot attain the status of Maqame Mahmood (17:79) –

Mohammedur Rasul Allah is the final inherent voice of approval because he is the stamp of approval for all our personal information [Nabiyeen] - the inherent sense Mohammed carefully studies with the knowledge of our Consciousness [Rabb] all our inherent thought process or inner conversation or self inspired information [Al-Nabiyeen] and orders it to implement it into action –

One more information; in the entire book Quran Mohammed is mentioned as Rasul but never as a Nabi. We need to understand the connotations of Rasul and Nabi in the Quranic sense and not in the light of Hadith. According to Hadith literature Mohammed bin Abdullah [PBUH] was the father of Zayed ibn Harithah [adopted son]. Again Zayedun in Quran 33:37 is also not a proper noun. 

The problem with us is that we are treating the book al-Quran as the history book of Mohammed bin Abdullah [PBUH] and his companions [R.A] and tales of Jewish and Christians prophets suppose to have born in the region of Middle East. No name mentioned in the entire Quran is proper noun of a person or place. They are characteristics, adjectives, status, state or positions. 

It is difficult to sink in as it is unconventional line of thinking - Please ignore if it is too hot to handle...

My intention is not to offend anyone. But the truth should prevail.

                                                   THE SEAL OF APPROVAL

Tuesday, 8 July 2014



Surah 114سورة الناس



The main concern of the respected author is to explain the role and position of Rabb/Allah in the entire Quran; surah An-Naas, the last surah of the “Quran” is one of that attempt. The respected author wants to emphasize on one of the characters of the Rabb, that is an agitated Mind / Consciousness by help of this surah. The purpose of portraying the attributes of Rabb does not mean to encourage the trend of counting His name on beads but its main purpose is to identify the quality and importance of the Rabb of An-naas - i.e. agitated mind or an unsettled mind / consciousness can also be very dangerous if not taken care properly.

The instruction is given to readers about the character of An-Naas and surprisingly An-Naas does not mean mankind. An-naas is the agitated or disturbed person with agitated mind-set who cannot decide his course of action and he / she is concerned about the welfare of his life and the world at large. This confused or agitated character is in the human nature maybe that’s the reason the traditional translators have translated it as mankind. This character of agitation can be good if applied in right sense or it can be bad if the intention is bigotry.
But all of mankind does not come under this category as some are content in whatever state they are in. The root word of Naas isن و س   and the root word of insaan is ا ن س. Here the addressee is the listener or the reader. He / she is instructed to be aware of such perturbed personalities, whose mind is so perturbed and they are prone or vulnerable to unintentional evil thoughts. The mind is the God (ilah) and the Owner (malik) of such agitated people. If the evil thoughts enter the mind, it will corrupt that person. A corrupt mind is like an evil master ruling over us. So seeking refuge from such conditionings which corrupts the mind / consciousness is what the respected author’s main concern.

In surah Fateha "Quran" states that the Rabb is Malik i-yaum-i-deen.  And here too "Quran" emphasizes that He is also Malik-i-Naas. In both the surahs the emphasis is on Rabb as Malik or Boss. Having a good boss is very important in life. And our Boss, the mind has an anomalous character which depends upon our own behavior or the thoughts we are entertaining. Becoming an obedient employee and not falling prey to the evil prompting is the key message of the surah An- Naas and Quran at large. In this surah the emphasis is given on An-Naas i.e. -The agitated mind / ConsciousnessOne of the behaviors of the Mind is to get agitated.
Do we really act as His slave or are we really concerned about the evil sneakers around us, who are ever ready to spoil / corrupt our mind / consciousness? We should remember that we are the manifestation of Rabb - "Quran” mentions that we are Insaan, which means a social and helpful character. An agitated man or a disturbed mind (An-naas) cannot be construed as a common human (Insaan) who is social and take care of others. An-Naas is a reclusive character with burning desire to have all the answers to their questions. Such people are advice to take care of their mind, because without right guidance nobody can have all the answers. To have questions in mind is good thing but sometimes the answers a late to come. The period between a question and the right answer is the moment of agitation. 
It is not easy to serve humanity (Insaaniyat) without taking care of our own Rabb. By just imitating the physical appearance and eating habits of the “honorable Messenger” no one can attain the ‘halo’ status of humanity. We have to be with the Rabb, our Master, our ilah, our Malik all the time 24/7. We cannot become Insaan (human) in the day and become Haiwaan (animal) in the night.

The surah is reminding us that the Rabb is our Owner and our God who is always with us and we should take care of not letting it get agitated. The Surah is about An-Naas and not about Insaan. An-Naas is an agitated character whereas Insaan is social or benevolent character. So care should be taken not to make the agitated mind take any wrong steps so as to become violent or aggressive. The mind should always remain balanced and cool by our righteous thoughts. The peace of mind can only be achieved if we ward off sneaking evil thoughts from our surroundings and our system of consciousness. We should take precaution or be safe from such evil thoughts as they are prone to sneak in the mind and ultimately can cause mental damage to us and the society at large. The agitated characters are the people of action, if any negativity enters their mind they are prone to act in a hurry. Peer pressure is the biggest cause of negativity.

Critical Analysis of the surah: 

Same mistake is carried forward by the translators from surah Al-Falaq to surah An-Naas. They have botched up the verses of the "Quran" by fidgeting with their vague assumptions. They do not have an iota of fear of accountability and responsibility towards the community for misleading the followers of the noble "Quran". One fifth of the world population relies on this book for guidance and to misguide them is a heinous crime against humanity. In surah Ikhlaas they have comfortably changed the meaning of Ahad into Wahid.  And here they have fearlessly changed the meaning of the agitated mind (ناس) as the mankind (الانسان). This does not mean that the eminent translators lack Arabic translation skills. This shows that their mind is not clear from their preconceived notions and their beliefs or their cultural understanding is more valuable to them than making an attempt to recheck the meaning of Naas from the classical lexicons and change their stance.

They are so blinded to the facts that they cannot differentiate between the two simple words which even a beginner of Arabic language can identify. The onus of responsibility falls on them, for misleading the lovers of Quran and distorting the message that is full of psychological ethics, meant for the guidance of people who are confused between two opinions or the courses of action to be taken. "Muslims" all over the world rely on this book for guidance. The world will not forgive these eminent "scholars of Islam". The malady in which the whole world is suffering, especially "muslims", is only because of distorted interpretation by these self-proclaimed “protectors of Islam” and the masses that follow them blindly.

Because of these terrible mistakes while translating the Glorious Quran, the masses who love the Quran tremendously, fail to extract the correct guidance from this wonderful book and the result is some become blind followers, ready to die for every word of the holy text while some expel themselves from the folds of “Islam”.

If the "muslims" truly want to change their present condition they should change their doctors and should go in for a second opinion, and question their prescriptions - Why is their plight not improving? This can happen only if we open up the omnipotent mind and stop following blindly, these so called doctors. The respected author emphasizes that the Mind is the jugular vein of our body and our existence. The mind is also termed as Nafs by the Arabic lexicons. So it is our duty to protect the mind from negative and wrong influences as it is a vital part of our evolution. This can only be possible if we safeguard our mind from evil forces. 

 قُلْ أَعُوذُ بِرَبِّ النَّاسِ -کہہ دو میں لوگوں کے رب کی پناہ میں آیا  (urdu translation)

- Verse 114:1 in urdu: Say, "I seek refuge in the Lord of mankind". This traditional translation makes one feel that we are seeking refuge from the Rabb, in the same way as we ask for refuge from the Shaitaan -  بالله من الشيطان الرجيم أعوذ - Since childhood I knew that we ask for protection from the satan - the accursed one, but this was perplexing to me as to why do we have to seek protection from the Rabb or in the lord of mankind ? Instead of asking for help from the Rabb, we are asking for protection from Rabb or with Rabb as though Rabb is as dangerous as Satan. But the message gets drastically clear when instead of mankind we replace it with an agitated mind. The agitated mind is a dangerous companion without proper guidance and care.The honorable author warns that the mind of an agitated person is always wavering, so he should be careful about his Rabb / Mind as it is prone to go astray. Because if the mind is influenced with wrong ideas then there is no place of refuge or safety as mind / consciousness is our continuous companion and we cannot detach ourselves from it. The safety of mind is equally important; therefore it instructs us to seek refuge along with the Rabb / Mind.

The traditionalists have portrayed it as though there are different lords for different species. Translating Rabb as Lord of Mankind, Lord of Animals, and Lord of Worlds smells as if Lord is an anthropomorphic Boss. I had always believed throughout my life that God was only one and that no vision can grasp Him. I could not understand this anthropomorphic nature of lord in the entire "Quran" at that time. I could not imagine Rabb / God in that form and it was beyond my intellect to accept such interpretations. Interpreting verse 1 as “Rabb of agitated mind”, cleared my confusion and it also vindicated my point that Rabb is mind / consciousness and sometimes it could get agitated too.

How the evil forces penetrate into our mind, is explained in verse 4-6. Man is endowed with free will and we have been warned by the author to be careful about the unseen forces and the sneaking temptations which may corrupt us. It is up to us to make our Rabb either our friend or our enemy

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

With the identification of the System, The Self Explanatory, The Most Helpful.


1) قُلْ أَعُوذُ بِرَبِّ النَّاسِ 

 Say " I continuously seek refuge with the Rabb of the agitated mind

2) مَلِكِ النَّاسِ 

The Owner of the agitated mind

3) إِلَـٰهِ النَّاسِ

God of the agitated mind

4) مِن شَرِّ الْوَسْوَاسِ الْخَنَّاسِ 

From the sneaking of evil whisperer

5) الَّذِي يُوَسْوِسُ فِي صُدُورِ النَّاسِ 

That whispers in the girth/mind of the agitated mind

6) مِنَ الْجِنَّةِ وَالنَّاسِ

From the process of hidden passion of the agitated mind” 

Contextual and Lexicon Meanings:

قل   = Say (order to repeat)

أَعُوذ  = I seek protection/preservation/refuge- (seek here means to desire to have protection)

بِرَبِّ =  With consciousness

مَلِكِ  = Owner

إِلَـٰهِ  = Ideology, doctrine, god, controller, one who is adored, worshiped

الْخَنَّاس  = The sneaking

مِن = From

شَرِّ  = Evil

يُوَسْوِسُ   = Whisper, temptation

صُدُورِ = minds, highest part, chest, heart, returning to origin, backward, girth 

الْجِنَّةِ = The Unseen [knowledge], Covered, hidden, invisible, latent (forces)...

وَ  = Generally used as conjunction but it is also used to explain or elaborate 

النَّاسِ  = The agitated people / mind - in a state of commotion* also means jinn - EWL page 2866

When we have understood that the Rabb is our constant companion in the state of happiness or sadness. We also know that the negative peer pressure or glamour can lead us to depression (Iblees) and can take us to a point of stagnation (Jahannum) where we are unable to think. If we wish to protect our Rabb from these negative forces which can spoil our basic knowledge of peace, then we should guard our-self from wavering individuals which can dethrone our position of bliss to the position of hell.

The respected author of the “Quran” is emphasizing on us by uttering Qul (say - mental verb) in order to gain the attention of our senses who are listening. When an important announcement or reminder is made by the teacher he makes sure that the student is attentive. So the teacher makes sure that the student repeats his sentence or paragraph. This is done in order that the valuable message gets imprinted in the mind of the student. Here the student is our own senses The cosmic mind keeps on reminding (Zikr) the listener these verses that the state of bliss is more important and it needs to be protected from daily temptations. If the mind gets corrupted it will rule over him / her and drag him to the state of stagnation (Jahannum). If we store good things in our mind, the cosmic mind and our mind will have the same frequency which will lead us to a Peaceful Life. What we feed into our mind, the same thing controls our life, so be careful while feeding because our mind is our continuous associate. The thoughts are our main food of the mind, so be cautious what thoughts we feed it with. Ultimately we will be governed or ruled by what we have fed it with.

Important note:

The root word of ناس (Nas) is نؤس  - the basic meaning is a state of commotion, moved to and fro, hanging down, agitation, wavering etc. When AL is added to Naas it becomes a peculiar quality of specific class of people with specific mind set and not the entire mankind as perceived by many. The character of such people is to ‘agitate’ because of the agitation in their mind. They are restless souls and always in a continuous thinking process, working in specified field, they keep on changing their mind until they find a break-through. Some among these classes of people are committed to their cause, whether right or wrong . The author is emphasizing on us that we should be aware of such characters as they are hidden from the society and they are not easily recognizable. They have a burning passion inside them to find the solutions which bothers them. 

The root word of
الْجِنَّةِ  is جنّ. The basic meaning here denotes concealed or hidden. When Al is prefixed, it becomes a specific function. Majnoon, junoon and janana are its derivatives -  possessed by strong emotions, pregnant woman respectively. Furthermore with the suffixed ة (feminine marker) to الْجِنَّةِ it indicates some hidden mechanism or process of knowledge, pregnant with knowledge...all inside man.

صُدُورِ  = The basic meaning is to return, revert, turned or went back, issued, proceeded of any affair, highlighted part, upper part or highest part, precedence or priority, girth – Sadur also means what is in the mind (intellect) رحيب الصدور  = Free-minded – المصدر = Chief Judge or Prime minister to the King.


1.  Your Conscious (Rabb) is your God

2. Your Conscious is your Boss (Malik)

3. Protect your Rabb from negative whispering (Khanas)

4. Seek refuge from agitated Mind / Consciousness

5. Agitated mind can be very dangerous, take care of it, be a Mutaqi.