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Published Monthly by Masjid Tucson

MARCH 1988                                                     RAJAB1408


We provide hereunder more evidence that the Muhammadan leadership, represented by AL-AZHAR, has rejected the Qur’an, deceived the Muslim masses and duped them into committing the only unforgivable sin, idolatry. This statement written by Dr. Saad Zalaam, Dean of Al-Azhar’s Arabic language college.

Knowing the human tendency to idolize religious leaders, the Qur’an repeatedly emphasizes that
the prophets were not infallible:

  1. Moses killed a man (28:15),
  2. Jonah abandoned his duties (21:87),
  3. Muhammad feared the people, instead of fearing God (33:37), worshiped idols before being guided (40:66 & 93:7), and ignored the poor blind man in favor of the rich man (80:1),
  4. Abraham asked forgiveness for his idolatrous father (60:4), and defended the evil people
    of Sodom (11:76),
  5. Noah asked God to save his disbelieving son (11:46),
  6. Adam ate from the forbidden tree (20:115),
  7. Jacob grieved excessively for Joseph (12:84),
  8. Solomon was distracted by his horses (38:33), and
  9. Joseph sought help from other than God (12:42). Yet, Al-Azhar is driven by idol-worship to reject these clear teachings. In his own handwriting Dr. Zalaam (whose name means darkness) officially rejects two clear and major doctrines of the Qur’an by:
  1. Claiming infallibility for the prophets, and

    (2) Claiming the power of intercession for prophet Muhammad


The basic Quranic law is that, for all practical purposes, there will be NO INTERCESSION on the Day of Judgment. Every human being will go into the Hereafter with the soul’s degree of growth already decided, and irreversible. 2:254, for example, states that THERE WILL BE NO INTERCESSION. However, every-one in Heaven will wish that his or her beloved ones were in
Heaven too; this is "intercession." If your beloved ones happen to be saved, then your intercession works. Otherwise, your intercession cannot save them. Thus, for all practical purposes, there will be no intercession on the Day of Judgment. Sura 21 informs us that the prophets possess no power to intercede.


The evidence is glaring that Al-Azhar, representing all religious institutions in the Muhammadan world, has rejected the word of God. The Qur’an tells us exactly what the inevitable onsequences are: utter destruction. The immi-nence of such a catastrophe is particularly note-worthy since the message has been so effectively delivered to the Muhammadan world by this Masjid’s publications, and through my books, lectures, and Friday sermons. This message has been vehemently rejected by Al-Azhar and its blind followers. Soon, the warning signs appeared, declaring that the dire consequences are indeed imminent. Specifically, the inevitable consequences are:

1). Egypt will die by the year 1990.
2). Egypt will take with her the rest of the Arab world.
3). Pakistan and the rest of the Muhammadan world will die around the same time.

Shown below are excerpts from the LOS ANGELES TIMES, December 26, 1987, Page 20:
"By next July, the water in the live storage area of lake Nasser will be used up and they will be down to a level where they no longer can guarantee reliable generation of power. It’s one of those problems too horrible to contemplate, " said the Western diplomat "When there is no solution except adjusting for disaster, you get a reluctance to work on it " - For Egypt’s anemic economy, to work on it." already burdened by a $45-billion foreign debt, the implications are devastating. And here are excerpts from the TEHRAN TIMES, December 30, 1987:

It is common knowledge that Egypt is the gift of the Nile; the drying up of the Nile means certain death for Egypt. Egypt’s Foreign Minister, Butrus Ghaly declared on NBC TV a couple of weeks ago: "We know that a great catastrophe is coming, and we can do nothing, nothing at all, about it."

And here are excerpts from CRESCENT INTER-NATIONAL, February 1-15, 1988, Page 1:

Following the near-famine conditions in the Thar area in the southern province of Sind, the rest of Pakistan is faced with severe shortfalls in food production. As a result of a prolonged drought over most of the country, caused by the failure of the monsoon rains for two consecutive years,

And here is what the Almighty Creator says:

"They schemed their schemes, but then we too schemed our scheme, while they do not perceive. Note the consequences of their scheming: we utterly destroyed them and their people. Thus, their homes stood empty, because of their injustice. This is a lesson for people who know. And we saved those who believed and observed righteousness." [27:50-53]


There is no doubt that you know full well the consequences of disobeying God and his messenger, utter destruction, as shown on page one. The question to you is: Does your conscience allow you to lead a whole nation to utter destruction ? Al-Azhar, the rejecter of Qur’an, disobeys God and His messenger by claiming infallibility for the prophets and the power of intercession for Prophet Muhammed. Al-Azhar rejects the Quran’s completeness by upholding Satan’s Hadith & Sunna.


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