Monday, November 16, 2009
The Prophet Muhammad (peace upon him) speaks out for 9/11 truth
Millions of us protest when our prophet is insulted by Salman Rushdie, Danish cartoonists, and the Pope. Yet how many of us follow his example by insisting on speaking the truth even if it brings derision, ostracism, economic hardship, and worse? If he were here today, would he not insist on speaking the truth about the false-flag attacks that have launched a global war against his community?
"Whoever of you sees something wrong, let him change it with his hand. If unable to, then let him change it with his tongue. If unable, then with his heart. And that is the weakest degree of faith."
"The best jihad is speaking the truth to an unjust ruler."
"When you see my Community too intimidated by an oppressor to tell him, 'You are a tyrant,' then you may as well say goodbye to them."
In Ahmad ibn Naqib al-Misri (tr: Noah Ha Mim Keller), The Reliance of the Traveller: A Classic Manual of Islamic Sacred Law p.715. Aman/Dubai, 1991. This series of ahadith is taken from Ghazali's Ihya' `ulum ad-din as abridged by Ibn Qudama Maqdisi from an earlier abridgement by `Abd ar-Rahman ibn Jawzi.