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50 QUESTIONS ABOUT SALAT


By Akhtar Shirazi

QUESTION 12 TO 21

12. The Shiah begin their Wadu or ablution from the feet, in contrast to the Sunni, who begin with the face first. Can Allah issue such stupid and inconsistent commands? Do you agree or go the other way? 13. The followers of Khalifa Arashad confirm [Moslem. Org. edited by Edip Yuksel], one can pray naked, in ones own privacy. It may be all right to do so in a nudist club, where all members are naked in an exclusively secluded spot. Would it be all right to visit such a sexy environment for supplication? Would you condemn the command of Khalifa Arashad or go there for the fun?
14. Is it possible to identify even a single verse of the Quran, which issues specific command on the subject of funeral prayers? Come out with your rejoinder, if you have any!

15. Which verse or, verses of the Quran provide details about Eid-ul- Fitar prayer? Please tell the Ummah if you know! 16. Does the Quran mention Eid-ul-Dahha prayer in any verse, and where is it written for the Muslims to follow the Sunnah of Abraham, pertaining to the sacrificial lamb?
17. Does the Quran instruct the Sunni Muslims to celebrate the festival of Eid-e-Meellaad-un-Nabi, through any verse? What do you say about that? 18. Sahih Bukhari presents separate Darood-o-Salam, for the Sunni sect! The question arises; from where did he get anecdotal eulogies for the last Messenger of Allah, and who authorized such extreme variations among various Muslim sects? Do you have any information about that topic?

19. Aazan and Ata-Hayyat, two fundamental ingredients of Sallat lack authentication of the Quran. Undoubtedly, all these practices are time wasting rituals, which can never be an integral part of the dynamic charter of rights and obligations the Quran presents to the entire humanity. In addition, every sect, including Shiah, Sunni, Isamali, Wahabi, and the followers of Khalifa Arshad of the USA, have basic differences in their way of praying, contradicting the Qurans claim; this book is free of conflicts. How would you react to that factual statement? 20. Shiah has different Aazan as compared to their Sunni counterparts. Can you identify, which one is in line with Allahs commandments?

21. The word Sallat has appeared 67 times in the Quran and at most spots; it is followed by the term Zakkat. This in simple term means, administration and fiscal management of an Islamic state. The Islamic priesthood has made a blatant violation of the Arabic lexicon and syntax, by translating Sallat into an Iranian word Nimaz. The five prayers per day is a figment of some demented minds imagination or, had been a deliberate attempt to derail the dynamic program of government formation, under the charter of the Quran. This twisted introduction into the divine social order has destroyed the effectiveness of Allahs constitution, given to the human beings for having a successful, prosperous, and secure way of life, in this world. Sunni, Wahabi and Shiah pray five times a day, while the followers of Agha Khan and those of Ballag-ul-Quran establishment in Pakistan opt for three prayers a day. Both of the latter sects claim; three times supplication is better than five times, as it saves valuable time, and constitutes a straight passage to heaven. Would you please comment on this terminal issue from the viewpoint of the Quran?