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Turtle Island Muslims and Turkish Muslims Mutual Understanding on Seven Points

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  Honorable Turtle Island Muslims and Turkish  Muslims, no one can force anyone into any belief. We Turtle Island Muslims and Turkish Muslims have a mutual understanding agreement since the turtle Island Muslims publication Four Four Points From Turtle Island dated 27th day of Ramadan of 1426 year after the Hijra, on the seven points below which concludes the issue. Persons from the republic of Türkye sending us vulgar words directed to Allah, the Prophet and Muslims we ask you not to send us those messages.  
   

1. Everyone is born knowing things like hot, cold, big and small. That knowledge is called Ilmu Zaruri (necessary knowledge). The other kind of knowledge is Ilmu Nazari (the observed knowledge). With the necessary knowledge (Ilmu Zaruri) that everyone is born with, everyone knows that there is a Creator and if we look at all people, everyone on earth worships something.

2.There are two kinds of religions on earth: polytheistic and monotheistic. Polytheistic religions say that there is more than one deity. If there was more than one deity then the deity of each thing would eventually take its property to itself. The deity of trees would take the trees to itself and the deity of water would take the water to itself and so on. We would see the creation go apart. Instead we see the Creation in perfect order which means there is only one Creator. That rules out the polytheistic religions and takes us to monotheistic religions.

3.The monotheistic religions on earth are four: Yahudiyah(Jewish religion), Nasraniyah (Church religion), Islam and independants who believe in a spirituality accepting that there is One Creator. At first all people in the monotheistic faith were one religion (Islam) and they had Musa(Moses) with the Tawrah (Old Testament) come to them. Then Isa (Jesus) with the Injil (New Testament) came to them and some accepted him while others rejected him and created a new religion Yahudiyah. Then after Isa, came Prophet Muhammad Salallahu Aleyhi wa Sallam with the Qur’an, some accepted him while others rejected him and created a new religion Nasraniyah. From that we know that we aren’t supposed to go with newly created religions, but that we have to accept all the Prophets and to accept Islam and follow Prophet Muhammad Salallahu Aleyhi wa Sallam. The independants believing in One Creator and accepting all the Prophets such as ancient Turkish people, accepted Islam when they got news of Prophet Muhammad Salallahu Aleyhi wa Sallam.

4. All Prophets had Miracles (Mujizah) that showed people that they were truly Prophets. Musa came to the magicians of the Pharaoh and when Musa showed them a real stick turn into a real snake, the magicians clearly understood that it was a Mujiza and that Musa was a Prophet. Then when Isa came to the Yahud, who were great physicians, he healed sick and impaired people with the touch of his hand. The Yahud clearly understood that it was a Mujiza and that Isa was a Prophet. Prophet Muhammad Salallahu Aleyhi wa Sallam came to Arabs that were great poets. When Prophet Muhammad Salallahu Aleyhi wa Sallam told them the Verses from the Qur’an they clearly understood that it was the Words from Allah Ta’Ala, a Mujizah, not human text. Not one letter can be taken out from the Qur’an without it showing that there is a letter missing. Not one letter can be put into the Qur’an without it showing that it doesn’t belong there and nothing can be written equal to any part of the Qur’an. The Miracles of previous Prophets are not with us today, but the Miracle of our Prophet Muhammad Salallahu Aleyhi wa Sallam, the Qur’an, is with us and it cannot be altered.

5. In the Qur’an Allah Ta’Ala Says that He Sent with the Holy Books that the Prophets brought, also a Hikmah. Hikmah in Arabic means wisdom and the person who can speak the Arabic of the Qur’an can understand that here the Hikmah that came with the Holy Books, is the way that the Prophets applied the knowledge of the Holy Books, which is the Sunnah (Sunnah in Arabic means way).

6. We have the Qur’an with us and no one can alter the Qur’an, but we ask ourselves where is the Sunnah that was Given by Allah Ta’Ala to our Prophet and that he brought to us along with the Qur’an. In Surah Hijr in Ayah 9 Allah Ta’Ala Says that He is Protecting the Zikr; which in Arabic means remembrance and the person who can speak the Arabic of the Qur’an can understand that here the word Zirkr means the Qur’an and the Sunnah. Prophet Muhammad Salallahu Aleyhi wa Sallam taught the Qur’an and Sunnah to his companions - Allah be Pleased with them (Sahabah- Radiallahu Anhum). In the Qur’an Allah Ta’Ala Said that He is Pleased with them, meaning that they are reliable and that they don’t make false statements. The Sahabah Radiallahu Anhum taught the Qur’an and Sunnah to the next generation, the Tabaiin and said about the Tabaiin that they are reliable and that they don’t make false statements. The Tabaiin taught the Qur’an and Sunnah to the next generation the Taba-tabaiin and they said that the Taba-tabaiin are reliable and that they don’t make false statements. Then the Taba-tabaiin taught the Qur’an and Sunnah to the scholars, Ulema, in the next generation and said that they are reliable and that they don’t make false statements. The scholars, Ulema, taught the Qur’an and Sunnah to the next generations of Ulema and said that they are reliable and that they don’t make false statements. To this day we have the Ulema who are cleared by the Ulema before them as reliable and as ones who don’t make false statements. That way the Qur’an and the authentic Sunnah has been protected and conveyed to us.

7. The Ulema teach us Allah Ta'Ala’s Religion through Lessons such as the following: (1) Aqueedah which means belief, (2) Fikh for beginners which is learning how to do basic deeds such as Wudu and Salah, (3) Qur’an, (4) Hadith, things that the Prophet said, did, approved by being silent about and his characteristics both ethical and physical, (5) Sirah which is the life of the Prophet Salallahu Aleyhi wa Sallam, (6) Mustalahu l’Hadith, terminology of the Hadith, which is how to get to the authentic Hadith, (7) Usulu Fikh, fundamentals of deriving Fikh, (8) Usulu Tafseer, fundamentals of deriving the explanations of the Qur’an, Tafseer, (9) Jarh wa Taadil, which is learning about the narrators of the Hadith, (10) Nahu, grammer, (11) Sarf, the knowledge of suffixes, (12) Balaghah, clarity in speech and writing, (13) Fikh at higher levels, (14) Tafseer.

 
 

 

 Ref: http://turtleisland.muslims.tripod.com/four_four_points.htm

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