Saturday, 16 April 2011






Sorry Brother Jahangheer, but the truth has to be told!

 The Qadiani/Ahmadi/Mirzai Sect as well as the Nation of Islam (that uses the Qadiani translation of the Holy Qur'an and imitates their religion as well!) are not mainstream Islam and started by being treacherous towards Muslims and the Ottoman Khilaafah and were collaborators of the British, and both hold anti-Islamic postures and concepts. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed to be the "Promised Messiah" as well as all his successors.  Elija Muhammad claimed he was chosen by God Himself incarnated in the person of one Fard Muhammad, a known CIA agent, to represent Black Americans!!!

However, their publication about Arabic being the Mother of all Languages is unique and deserves to be studied.

AMSA: "Arabic - the Mother of All Languages?" with Maulana Jahangeer Khan and Hani Taher, UCL 


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Azaan (Islamic call to Prayer) in a Church By Abdelwahab Ben Youcef.

The Azaan (Islamic call to Prayer) is uttered in a loud, albeit sweet melodious, voice to announce to the faithful that it is time for the Obligatory Prayer and to invite them to offer the Prayers. Those who perform Azaan (Islamic call to Prayer) are known as 'Muezzin.' The honour of being the first Muezzin goes to Hadhrat Bilal (R.A.), a black slave who converted to Islam. He had a very sweet, resonant and musical voice. He was appointed as Muezzin by the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) of Islam. The appointment of a black slave as the first person to call Muslims for Prayers, shows that in Islam all human beings are treated as equals. Rich or poor, black or white, short or tall - all are equal in the eyes of Allah (God). It is the piety of each individual that makes the difference.
Azaan (Islamic call to Prayer) is recited in a loud voice by the Muezzin facing the direction of the Kaa'bah in the following words, which are said in the order mentioned:

"Allahu Akbar" - recited FOUR times. Meaning, "Allah is the Greatest."(four times)
"Ash-hadu an la ilaha ill-Allah" - recited TWO times. Meaning, "I bear witness that there is none worthy of being worshipped except Allah."(twice)
"Ash-hadu anna Muhammad-ar-Rasoolullah" - recited TWO times. Meaning, "I bear witness that Muhammad is the Apostle of Allah."(recited twice)
"Hayya 'alas-Salah" - recited TWO times. Meaning, "Come to prayer."(turning the face alone to the right and saying it twice)
"Hayya 'alal-falah" - recited TWO times. Meaning, "Come to Success."(turning the face alone to the left and saying it twice)
"Allahu Akbar" - recited TWO times. Meaning, "Allah is the Greatest"
"La-Ilaha Il-Allah"- recited once. Meaning, "There is no other object of worship besides Allah"

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If they lied (as it has been proven hundreds of times) about macro evolution why would they not lie about languages and religions???

 Study finds 'mother of all languages'

All the world's languages may date back to a single 'mother tongue' spoken in pre-historic Africa, according to new research. Skip related content

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The study suggests that between 50,000 and 70,000 years ago humans spoke in a single dialect that proved the catalyst for human civilisation.
The report by Dr Quentin Atkinson from The University of Auckland in New Zealand is based on phonemes - distinct sounds such as vowels and consonants that make up language.

He analysed the number of phonemes found in 504 world languages, and hypothesized that languages with the most phonemes were the oldest. Also, the dialects furthest away from the 'mother tongue' were found to be less complicated.

The study found that some of Africa's languages (which feature clicks) have over a 100 phonemes, while Hawaiian - spoken on the furthest point on the migration route out of Africa, only has 13. In short, the further away from Africa you get, the fewer phonemes are found.

Effectively then, Dr. Atkinson argues that the sub-Saharan region of Africa is the cradle of all human language.

This fits with what scientists call the 'Out of Africa' theory - that early humans evolved only in this region, then migrated to the rest of the world around 70,000- 50,000 years ago, the period mentioned in the study.

"It was the catalyst that spurred the human expansion that we all are a product of," Dr. Atkinson told the Wall Street Journal.

During this time there were sudden, dramatic advances in human behavior, with our ancestors creating cave art and making sophisticated hunting tools out of bone. Experts argue that these advances were the result of language, which prompted more abstract thinking.

The study also suggests that while language began to be spread throughout the world during this period, humans may have actually begun communicating verbally over many years earlier.

Professor Robin Dunbar, an anthropologist at Oxford University told The Mail that based on this study, the origin of language could now be pushed back to between 100,000 and 200,000 years ago.

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