Perhaps no prophet or messenger of Allah (God) has been written about, favorably and unfavorably, more than Prophet Muhammad has. Thousands of books, articles and other writings spanning many centuries describe a wide range of circumstances alleged to have occurred in his life. This enormous literature is what sets him apart from Moses and Jesus—his predecessors.
Prophet Muhammad’s history and teachings are very controversial, in part, because the writings that we have about his life did not come directly from him. We do not have his autobiography. We do not have any authentic writings about his life from those who were around him.
Sensibly, the Teachings of Prophet Muhammad are in the Quran; but this truth has been marred by the reality that we also do not possess the “actual” Quran that Prophet Muhammad received from Allah. Most people have accepted, without question, the “story” that Prophet Muhammad did not have the Quran he received from Allah completed before his death. This notion, however, is inconsistent with Allah’s pattern regarding HIS divine messengers as expressed throughout the Quran—a point emphasized in this book.
The controversies encompassing Prophet Muhammad, the Quran and Islam are borne of the enduring backlash, spanning many centuries, of religious scholars’ efforts to fill the “knowledge gap” regarding the Prophet‘s life and the origin of the Quran with numerous “stories,” collectively known as “hadith.” This “literature” includes many interpretations of the Quran that have shaped the attitudes and behaviors of those professing to follow Prophet Muhammad. Some of these interpretations have violated the “rights of women,” in particular. Consequently, this has generated false perceptions about Prophet Muhammad, the Quran and Islam; and has sullied the divinity of his polygamous marriage.
This book addresses the problems caused by this controversial “Islamic” literature and false interpretations, while providing a concise defense and explanation of Prophet Muhammad, the Quran and Islam. This book also shows that Allah, alone, is the Witness of the sanctity of Prophet Muhammad and the Quran.
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1) O Prophet, keep thy duty to Allah and obey not the disbelievers and the hypocrites. Surely Allah is ever Knowing, Wise. 2) And follow that which is revealed to thee from thy Lord. Surely Allah is ever Aware of what you do. 3) And trust in Allah. And Allah is enough as having charge (of affairs). [Holy Quran 33:1-3]
The above verse substantiates the Honorable Louis Farrakhan’s intimate relationship with Allah, the Supreme Being. His duty to Allah, as the Messiah, encompasses fulfilling the “divine commands” that Allah places on Him. As with divine messengers before Him, the Messiah has a solemn covenant with Allah. This is established in Sura 33:7:
And when We took a covenant from the prophets and from thee, and from Noah and Abraham and Moses and Jesus, son of Mary, and We took from them a solemn covenant,
Allah, through divine covenants, governs the lives of HIS divine prophets; thereby, giving rise to numerous commands in the execution of their obligations. Moreover, Hebrews 10:7 and Psalms 40:7 affirm that the narratives of the divine messengers in the Scriptures serve as prototypes of the Messiah’s life, who is present this day, the Last Days, as prophesied.
The premise of this book is Sura 13:38 of the Holy Quran, through which Allah declares that HE governs the marriages of HIS divine messengers—HE states:
And certainly We sent messengers before thee and appointed for them wives and children. And it is not in (the power of) a messenger to bring a sign except by Allah’s permission. For every term there is an appointment.
The Honorable Louis Farrakhan’s polygamous marriage is facilitated through divine commands that require Him to take specific women in marriage. These marriages, as they are made known, present challenges and, consequently, indelible trials due to the lack of understanding on the part of those who criticize His life. The aim of this Book is to increase our understanding in this regard.
In this Book, we parse Sura 13:38 by considering questions, such as: Why is marriage so important that Allah appoints wives for the Messiah? What is involved in the process of “appointing wives”? Why does Allah command the Messiah to enter polygamy? Why does Allah choose younger women as wives for the Messiah? What challenges do the Messiah and His wives encounter as they attempt to fulfill Allah’s divine commands? Pursuing the answers to these questions give rise to other considerations, which are also discussed in this Book.
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And of men and beasts and cattle there are various colours likewise. Those of His servants only who are possessed of knowledge fear Allah. Surely Allah is Mighty, Forgiving. [Holy Quran 35:28]
Few people will deny the long history of extreme injustice plaguing humanity, which is perpetuated by governments and by citizens within societies. Can we doubt that each generation is influenced, even taught, to relate to one another according to our differences, in the context of the quest to survive as distinct races, tribes or groups—often to the detriment of those unlike us? Racism and hatred borne of this deranged mentality is rooted in ignorance.
This has raised the dire need to know the truth about the origin of the human races or rather “species” of human beings. Why do races exist? How did races come to populate the Earth? Why have the races fought one another, and continue to do so? The attainment of peace throughout the Earth is not possible unless the true answers to these questions are provided. This is the first step towards solving the “race problem.” Who is qualified to provide this Essential Knowledge?
The Honorable Elijah Muhammad taught us the origin of the human races. He explained why races exist. He described the biological processes that produced them. He explained why the “race problem” has plagued humanity. He also put forth the divinely-mandated, non-negotiable solution to this problem, which is “separation”—especially between the Caucasian people and the Black People of America.
According to the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, the human races serve as proof of the Originator’s Goal to bring Creation—the Universe and all life therein—into the state of Perfection. Progress towards this Goal has been underway since the beginning of Creation. What, then, is Perfection?
Perfection is not an end. It is the crescendo of the LIFE that the Originator Envisioned at the Beginning. It is the highest state of Existence, wherein humanity will make unlimited Progress through Eternity. This is in fulfillment of the Messianic Prophecies of the Bible and Holy Quran. The Teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad is the Foundation of Perfection; and the Christ, the Honorable Louis Farrakhan, is its Exponent—literally and mathematically. This book explains this Reality!
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36) Does Man think that he Will be left aimless? 37) Was he not a small life-germ in sperm emitted? 38) Then he was a clot; so He Created (him), then made (him) perfect. 39) Then He made of him two kinds, the male and the female.[Holy Quran 75:36-39]
The above Quranic verses are ideal for helping us understand the DOMESTIC LIFE of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Honorable Louis Farrakhan from the point of that “SINGLE BEING,” the “ORIGINATOR”—WHO did not Create HIMSELF aimlessly, but WHO has Aims; and WHO Functions according to the requirements to achieve those Aims
The ORIGINATOR’S aims arose from the essential question: How do I want to exist? HIS Self-Creation was the first part of the solution to this question. HE manifested HIMSELF through Brain and Thought in the triple darkness of space
The ORIGINATOR did not want to exist in loneliness, darkness and cold after HE Created HIMSELF. HE also did not want to continue to endure the pain experienced in HIS own Self-Creation. The bringing forth of “Woman” from HIMSELF was the second part of the solution to HIS question—“How do I want to exist?”
In the Holy Quran, in Sura 4:1, Allah states:
O people, keep your duty to your Lord, Who created you from a single being and created its mate of the same (kind), and spread from these two many men and women.
This verse affirms that every person is of the ORIGINATOR’S DOMESTIC LIFE. This is the only DOMESTIC LIFE that exists; and IT, too, was on an Evolutionary Course towards Perfection. The DOMESTIC LIFE of the Messiah represents the attainment of the Realm of Perfection—now, to produce the Perfect Family from the Original People of the Western Hemisphere
This book elucidates these Realities!
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For many years, Biblical historians have failed to discover historical and archaeological proof that supports the Biblical story of David described in First Samuel through First Chronicles. Some historians have questioned whether David is an historical figure, or if the story of David is mere legend or fable. Notwithstanding, many religious scholars agree that the Messiah arises from the “seed” of David, as prophesied throughout the Bible.
This book affirms “David” as another title for the “Messiah;” and thereby, reveals how the actions and events described in the story of David are prophetic, and not historical. When this exegesis is considered, the verses of the Messianic Prophecies that mention “David” make greater sense. Understanding that “David” is also a title brings clarity to the Biblical story of David, in particular.
This book shows that the relevance of the Quranic and Biblical “stories of David” is in the fulfillment of the Messianic Prophecies—specifically, as witnessed in the presence of the Messiah, the Honorable Louis Farrakhan, among the real Chosen People of God, the Black People of the Western Hemisphere.
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In Sura 73:5 of the Holy Quran, Allah states to the Messiah:
Surely We shall charge thee with a weighty word.
In his commentary on this verse, Maulana Muhammad Ali states:
Being burdened with guidance of the whole world was indeed a weighty word, the weightiest word with which any human being has been charged in the whole history of humanity.
Much of Sura 73 is about the Messiah, whom Allah raises in the Last Days of Satan’s world. This “weighty word” is the Mission of bringing humanity from a state of darkness into the Light of Allah. It also includes the reality that His labor stands between Allah’s wrath and the people—to whom He is sent to warn, reform, and save. How does the Messiah handle this extensive workload? His monumental responsibilities give rise to the need for adequate help that provides protection, aid and comfort. This is at the root of the Messiah's polygamous marriage—the “Domestic Life."
The purpose of this book is to increase our understanding of the "Extraordinary Value" of the Domestic Life of the Messiah.
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This book illustrates how the Honorable Louis Farrakhan has publicly declared, countless times—in words and deeds—that His mission, function and purpose are rooted in the fulfillment of the Messianic Prophecies described in the Bible and Holy Quran. These Prophecies encompass events that include the Coming of Allah (God), the Advent of the Messiah, the Redemption of Allah’s (God’s) Chosen People; and the Establishment of Allah’s (God’s) Eternal Kingdom on Earth. The Honorable Louis Farrakhan has maintained that He speaks from this vantage point, as the representative of Allah and the Honorable Elijah Muhammad; and not out of selfish desire.
This book also shows how those condemning the Honorable Louis Farrakhan often omit information about His “self-declared” divine mission and function. How then can such persons be considered “qualified” in their commentaries about the Honorable Louis Farrakhan when they disregard the facts? Their motives, therefore, stand to be scrutinized. This book pursues this objective.
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