CONFESSIONS. OF Hempher is a British missionary who was assigned the task of .. as a spy and to obtain information necessary and sufficient for the. This book Confession by a British spy, translated from the book (Muzakkarat-ul Mister Hempher) which was published in Cairo by (Dâr-ul-kitâb-is-sufi), consists. Waqf Ikhlas Publications No: 14 CONFESSIONS of A BRITISH SPY and British Hempher is a British missioner who was assigned the task of carrying on.
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The Confessions of a British Spy: Urdu (Humphrey's memories)
Subjects include importance of having a correct belief and many issues related to namaz, sunnat, tawba, halal, haram, bid'at and tasawwuf. Various aspects of Hanafi Fiqh are explained, e.
Is tobacco-smoking sinful?
Besides, given are an answer to the slanderers and an explanation to How to be a True Muslim? German, French and Arabic versions are also published by our bookstore. Without going into details, this book touches upon the fundamentals of Islam and makes a comparison of Islam with other religions.
He is undefinable, beyond the reach of human intelligence, unknowable to knowledge, unimaginable, yet recognised by one and all. Imam Jafar bin Muhammad al Sadiq pointed to the spirit and vision of the word Allah to an atheist, in the course of a discussion.
It is universal, because it is connected with the whole as well as with the part.
Whether the word Allah is a proper noun or a common noun, because of the article al, is a solvable controversy. The common noun ilah, appropriating definite sense with the definite article al, referring to that which is universally known and recognised by every conscious being, unconfinable to form or concept, never to be two or more save one, becomes a proper noun.
So it is concised in the word Allah, giving it the unique unity of the sense of a proper noun. It must be noted that as the absolute can never be perceived by consciousness, so it cannot be defined by any name.
The word Allah stands for the absolute self, the greatest name ism azam , the one perfect total of all good and excellence with no defect. In contemporary commentaries it is speculated that the word Allah might have been derived from the Hebrew uluhim. Allahumma is closer to uluhim than Allah, because the infidels, very intimate associates of the Jews, were more familiar with Allahumma than Allah, which was a new development.
At any event what has been said earlier is further substantiated by the argument put forward to indicate the etymological development of the word. In the process of evolution, the intellect of man began to make adjustments in the man-god relationship.
He had been bowing in adoration to the powerful, useful, harmful, or unintelligible manifestations of nature which, step by step, developed into worship of imaginary deities. You see, the British have a thing called the Freedom of information act, and such works that would have been property of the British would have been catalogued, and especially this book, would have been kept in script within a museum. Yet we do not find such historical data to confirm this book.
It can also be seen from documents of Winston Churchill that he was an enemy of Islam. Why should I refer to such a weak, if historical, book that has no supporting evidence to hold it up as a reliable source when we have enough authentic documentation from other historians, eye witnesses and Islamic scholars to tell the story.
Seriously, would you as a judge, feel the need accept the one witness who truth is doubted when you have fifteen other sound witnesses? It just does not make sense. If the Shaytaan wrote a book containing forty percent truth, should we adopt it?
I think not, because if so then we would also be strong believers of the Bible, in which, I hope, we are not.
Confessions of a British Spy and British Enmity Against Islam
I do thank you for your input and hope you do not get offended by my answer. I hope you can see eye to eye with me on this issue and understand why I cannot and will not use this as a source.
We do not need to prove whether he existed or not. Did Mohamed Ibn Abdel Wahhab marry one of their daughters? Are the Saudis Jews or not? Did Prophet Mohammad saws warn us about the horns of Shaytan to come out of Najd or not? Did the British put and help put the Saudis in power to serve the British interests or not?
Did Mohammed Ibn Abdel Wahhab fall out with his father or not? Was his father a great Scholar or not? How much evidence do you need?
Just take a look at what they did with Mecca and Medina they turned them into a Masonic cities and the whole of the Arab Peninsula. And finally why is the country named after them? Under which authority? Are they using his doctrine yes or no? Possibly Jewish by blood, it has been speculated that it could be possible for Ibn Saud Did Prophet Mohammad saws warn us about the horns of Shaytan to come out of Najd or not?The two possible words ilah is derived from, are alaha and walah meaning astonishment and wonder.
See also B. And finally why is the country named after them?
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You see, the British have a thing called the Freedom of information act, and such works that would have been property of the British would have been catalogued, and especially this book, would have been kept in script within a museum.
All of them were published in two volumes in Pakistan in [ A. In contemporary commentaries it is speculated that the word Allah might have been derived from the Hebrew uluhim. Was his father a great Scholar or not? This man went on to begin the Wahhabi movement in what is now Saudi Arabia.