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Indeed the message of all the prophets is one and the same: and indeed this is the very purpose for which Allah created mankind: So "as-shirk" (i.e.
ascribing partners to Allah) is in contradiction to that reason for which Allah has created us, and the purpose for which we exist, which is to choose to single out Allah for worship, avoiding all false deities, and to worship Him completely, with sacrifice, supplication, submission, subjugation, obedience and compliance, and with love, fear, hope, trust and reliance upon Him, seeking only His pleasure and not the admiration of His creatures, and to do all of that according to that which was revealed to His last and final Messenger Muhammad (peace be upon him), and not according to whims and desires and mere conjecture.
Indeed the very first task given to Muhammad (peace be upon him) was to correct the false beliefs.
It was not that the pagan Arabs did not believe in Allah, or God the Creator.
Proofs that Quran is a Revelation from Allah by Sheikh Abdur-Raheem Green All praise is due to Allah, we praise Him and we seek his help and ask His forgiveness.
We seek refuge with Allah from the evil of our selves and from the evil results of our actions.
So thus the idol worshippers call upon that which can neither benefit nor harm them, and the Christians call upon Jesus, and the Jews believe their racial origins guarantee His good pleasure, and those who believe that power, wealth and the such are means of success; all have put their faith and trust in something vain.
Not only is Allah the Creator and Controller and Sustainer, but also the sole possessor of the wisdom and knowledge to legislate for mankind and to determine what is good and what is evil, what is right and what is wrong, what is lawful and what is prohibited, and thus what laws we should judge by, what social, economic and political system we should utilize...Thus I shall be writing a series of letters, and not just one, thus enabling me to break down the commentary into more manageable pieces.I shall also refer certain topics to appendices, which may include video and audio tapes. Of course no Muslim could accept Islam merely as an idea.As the Quran states: The religion has been completed and perfected, and has no need for alteration or adjustment: The Prophet (peace be upon him) also said: "There is not one thing that shall bring you closer to the Paradise and away from the Fire without me having informed you of it, and there is not one thing that will take you away from paradise and towards the fire except that I have warned you about it." It is indeed true that Islam does not allow its followers to draw a distinction between the "inner" and "outer" aspects of life, between belief and actions, religion and politics, because in reality such distinctions are totally fallacious.Man's beliefs are the foundations and prime motivators for actions, for what is held to be true on the inside must manifest itself outwardly.