“Introducing the Book the ‘Zuhur’ into the Ummah is not by choice or chance but by the decree of Allah, Rabb of the Arshal Azeem.”
Just as Rabbi Rashbi claimed to receive revelation, Nur Muhamadiya is audacious enough to imply direct communication from Allāh.
“Far be it by our demands that this Book of Allah be brought down and downsized to be studied by Islam…”
At least they admit that this is something foreign to Islām. Something is not brought to Islām if it is not already an intrinsic part of Islām. Downsizing again hints at the Masonic elitist methodology. In other words, the run-of-the-mill Muslim is not worthy of the full secret. He will have to earn his Masonic degrees before being fully initiated. Note also how condescending the word, “downsized” is. If the review alone contains so much filth, what would the non-“downsized” version contain?
“…but, for the fact that it holds vital as well as crucial information for the correction of the inner states of the Ummah,”
So the Ummah which reads the Qurān and Ḥadīth is misguided and needs to read Jewish literature to be corrected?
as well as for them to collect the Light of the ‘Taurah’ that Allah (swt) mentions in the Glorious Quran.
Yes, Allāh mentions in the Glorious Qurān that the Tawrāh has been distorted, thank you very much.
…..in a treasure box called ‘The Ark of the Covenant’ wherein lies the relics of many prophets including the sword & khirqa of the Holy Prophet (saw).
وقال لهم نبيهم إن آية ملكه أن يأتيكم التابوت فيه سكينة من ربكم وبقية مما ترك آل موسى وآل هارون تحمله الملائكة
And their Prophet said to them, “Verily the sign of his kingship is that the Ark will come unto you carried by angels. In it is Sakīnah [tranquillity and mercy] from your Rabb and relics which the family of Mūsā and the family of Hārūn left behind. [al-Baqarah: 248]
When the term “THE” Holy Prophet (saw) is used, the most innocent Muslim child, the humblest Muslim housewife and the most erudite scholar are all referring to Muḥammad صلى الله عليه و سلم. How is Nur Muhammadiya to educate us, when they haven’t educated themselves that Muḥammad صلى الله عليه و سلم was not yet born during the time of the Ark? Obviously the relics were those of Mūsā عليه السلام and Hārūn عليه السلام. If Nur Muhammadiya diverts from the rest of the Ummah and refers to Mūsā عليه السلام as THE Holy Prophet, we have to ask, “Why this obsession with turning out attention away from our final Nabī Muḥammad صلى الله عليه و سلم and the final revelation of the Qurān?” It more than implies that the mission was Muḥammad صلى الله عليه و سلم was incomplete and that the Qurān is imperfect and needs to be fulfilled with the Tawrāh!
The Ugly Jewish Shirk of Shekinah
“Allah also states in the Quran that wherever the Taurah descends, it descends within the Sakinah… But Allah (swt) in His Infinite Wisdom is sending down the gifts within the power of the ‘Sakinah’ to all who has asked for victory of the Ummah. In this Divine Feminine Nature of Allah comes the gift of translation of Divine scripture knowledge, if in’sha’allah you persevere with patience.”
Just as Zuhur is an Arabic cover for the Jewish Zohar, we are also expected to swallow Sakinah on face value.
“Divine Female Nature of Allāh…”??????
This is not the Sakīnah we believe in. In the context of the Zohar which Nur Muhammadiya promotes, this fits in with the ugly Jewish Shirk concept of Shekinah. The following quotes are sufficient and deserve no further comment, Sūrah al-Ikhlāṣ is sufficient for every Muslim…
“In the Zohar, there are multiple feminine God-images, such as Binah (understanding), also known as Immah Ilaah (the higher mother), who is called the womb and palace of creation, the fountain of understanding, the well of souls. …We also cannot forget that the images and stories of the Shekhinah are connected to traditions of the Divine feminine around the world, from the ancient goddess Inanna, who is described as a warrior for her people just as the Shekhinah is in the Zohar; to the Virgin Mary, who is an intercessor in matters of Divine judgment like the Shekhinah; to Kuan Yin of Asia, who embodies compassion for those who suffer, just as the Shekhinah does. Jews have been afraid to acknowledge the Shekhinah’s relationship to goddesses and goddess-like images because of the traditional Jewish prohibition against idolatry. Yet to deny our connection to the Divine feminine as it is expressed and loved by others is to deny our connection to the human, and feminine, religious experience, and to render invisible some of the sources of our own spirituality.
Today feminist theologians and earth-centered Jews have reclaimed the Shekhinah as a unified deity in her own right, dwelling within living things and the earth, seeking peace and promoting human connection, speaking through women as well as men, working through the neglected and invisible, promoting change and healing brokenness. She is the Goddess—an image of the forces of life and the mysteries of creation.
As a rabbi, a feminist scholar, and a seeker, I have been looking for the Divine feminine for many years. In my own dreams, I have seen the Shekhinah as a pregnant woman glowing with light, as a great bird, as an old, secretive woman in a black robe, and as a stone with feathers.”
The Jewish Encyclopaedia confirms Shekinah to be a separate entity:
“Maimonides regarded the Shekinah, like the Memra, the Yeḳara, and the Logos, as a distinct entity, and as a light created to be an intermediary between God and the world”“The Shekhinah is often portrayed as a bride or princess whose male lover is the composite of the nine upper sefirot, represented by the prince/bridegroom Tiferet.” So says Jewish Virtual Library.
The Jewish book, Bahir, “refers to the Shekinah as mother, bride, Queen, wife, daughter and sister, who stands at the side of the Divine, usually associated with masculine power.”
“A paragraph in the Zohar starts: "One must prepare a comfortable seat with several cushions and embroidered covers, from all that is found in the house, like one who prepares a canopy for a bride. For the Shabbat is a queen and a bride. This is why the masters of the Mishna used to go out on the eve of Shabbat to receive her on the road, and used to say: 'Come, O bride, come, O bride!' And one must sing and rejoice at the table in her honor ... one must receive the Lady with many lighted candles, many enjoyments, beautiful clothes, and a house embellished with many fine appointments ..."
The tradition of the Shekinah as the Shabbat Bride, the Shabbat Kallah, continues to this day.” - Wikipedia
NO book equals the Qurān
“It further states that even if you just read cover to cover, as we do the Quran, then the Gift of the Light of the Taurah will descend unto us to help us achieve the required levels of thinking & seeing things through the eyes of Allah.”
Allāhu Akbar! No Muslim has ever claimed that reading the words of even Rasūlullāh صلى الله عليه و سلم is equal to reading the Qurān, how then this blasphemous book or even the distorted Tawrāh?
Furthermore, Nur Muhammadiya merely paraphrases the Jews, “The power of simply reading the Zohar HaKadosh is so great that even without understanding a single word one is still able to achieve the same result as learning it.”
The Tawrāh has been abrogated
“As Muslims our support of the little knowledge of the Taurah (only its secrets) reaching the Ummah is crucial.”
This is a lie against Allāh Who statement about the Tawrāh has already been mentioned, as well as a lie against His Rasūl صلى الله عليه و سلم as per the Ḥadīth of al-Bayhaqī:
أن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم غضب حين رأى مع عمر صحيفة فيها شيء من التوراة وقال أفي شك أنت يا ابن الخطاب ألم آت بها بيضاء نقية، لو كان أخي موسى حيا ما وسعه إلا اتباعي
The Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم became angry when he saw ‘Umar with a page which a portion of the Tawrāh on it. He said, “Are you in doubt, O son of Khaṭṭāb? Have I not brought you that which is pure white? Were my brother Mūsā alive, he would have no option but to follow me.”
Do these people have greater knowledge and understanding of Islām than ‘Umar رضي الله عنه?
Much more can be written, but if the above facts are insufficient to alert a sincere Muslim, then I do not see what difference volumes would do. In summary, this book seeks to turn out attention away from the Qurān and towards and abrogated book, and in so doing, challenges the finality of Prophethood of Muḥammad صلى الله عليه و سلم .
I am led to believe that this is not an isolated incident, but there are other Dajjāl-like movements seeking to entrap Muslims with quasi-Islāmic esoteric arguments.
Bear in mind that the basic doctrine of Islām is utterly simple and comprehensible, “There is no god but Allāh and Muḥammad is the Messenger of Allāh.”
It is the very simplicity and clarity of our belief that first convinced entire countries struggling to make sense of the Trinity, idolatry and other superstitions. Save your faith and ask yourself when confronted with these new occult propagandas, “Does this hocus-pocus resemble the simple and clear declaration of faith which my Nabī Muḥammad صلى الله عليه و سلم taught?”
May Allāh protect our Īmān and save us from all impending tribulations.