Gospel And Torah
A9 TV; 1 October 2011
..he asked him, “Of all the commandments, which is the most important?”
“The most important one,” answered Jesus, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one.[e] Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’[f] 31 The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’[g] There is no commandment greater than these.” (Mark, 12:28-33)
What a fine passage. Light. Allah refers to the Gospel as light. Meaning for these valid provisions. We are not responsible for the parts that have been corrupted. But we do have a responsibility to these. What a fine statement. The Gospel describes love so very well. How well it emphasizes it. We have a responsibility toward these commands. Our brothers must read them. I have made a book from them. It contains valid passages from the Gospel and the Torah. These are passages praised by Allah, that bring ease to the heart. Allah refers to the Torah and the Gospel in the Qur’an. Allah does not say the Torah and Gospel do not exist. He says they do. We need have no dealings with the corrupted bits. We obey Islam and the Qur’an. One can understand the Gospel and the Torah in the light of the Qur’an, insha’Allah.
A9 TV; 11 September 2011
The true parts of the Gospel are valid, and it does contain the most perfect accounts. The true parts of the Torah are also valid, and it also contains the most perfect accounts. No rational Muslim can engage in bigotry on that subject. Allah sets out the commandments of the Qur’an and the Gospel inside the Qur’an. The true parts of the Gospel are valid. They have not ceased to apply. But there are also wrong parts. Of course, a Muslim must look through the light of the Qur’an and distinguish between right and wrong and evaluate them accordingly, insha’Allah.
A9 TV; 25 September 2011
It is a miracle how Hazrat Mahdi (as) was foretold 3000 years ago in the Torah. Because only one single moment exists in the Sight of Allah. Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) has long since been born in the Sight of Allah. Jesus the Messiah (pbuh) has long since been born, grown up and died. That goes for everyone. Everything is over with. Eternal life, in the broadest sense, in the finest sense, has already come to an end in the Sight of Allah, insha’Allah.
A9 TV; November 26th, 2011
In the oral form, the Torah depicts it but in the written Torah it is not mentioned. Rabbis look and say, “This is him.” They immediately recognized him. But they asked, “Why didn’t the Prophet come within us?” This is the issue! Why not someone among us? They said, “We believe that he is a prophet.” “It is evident that he is a prophet. But he had to appear among us. That is why we do not accept him.”
A9 TV; October 25th, 2011
(Sections of the Torah relating the weakening of family binds before the appearance of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh))
In the footsteps of the Messiah [Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh)].. a man's enemies will be the members of his household (Talmud, Sotah 49b).
One's parents will be a trouble for him, right? Because he has become a Muslim, because he has been in contact with the Muslim, they would act like a vixen, they would act like a weasel, they would be aggressive, they will cause dissension, they will cause scenes. The Torah informs us about these matters from three thousand years ago.
The son of David [Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh)] will not come until the whole world is converted to the belief of the heretics. (Talmud, Sanhedrin 97a)
He will not come until the ones who betray Muslims, who hit below the belt, who does ignoble things increase. Hypocrites will increase and he will crush down the hypocrites with his knowledge, science and mind, insha'Allah.
A9 TV, 15 April 2012
I read the Torah, but it is very difficult, may Allah forbid. Much of it is true. It contains much true and fine information that eases the heart. But how much is revelation? It is very complex. Is that acceptable? Thanks be to Allah, I have extracted the true parts and made a book of the Torah. A very fine book has emerged. But how could the public do that? How to differentiate? It is very difficult. But when you pick up the Qur’an it is pure revelation, and you can trust every bit of it. But we open the Torah and it takes me at least five months to understand the hereafter. Good luck to anyone who can work it out. But in the Qur’an, paradise and hell and everything are perfectly clear. The food and drink in paradise, the characteristics of hell, it is all totally clear. The Qur’an described everything, down to how one gets in, and the gates. No confusion arises. How can a child find his belief in the hereafter in the Torah? Indeed, many Jews do not believe in the hereafter. “There is no hereafter,” they say, may Allah forbid. When they deny the hereafter, people have no more religion.
A9 TV, 13 April 2012
The Torah says in reference to the Mahdi, “He was despised, and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: and as one from whom men hide their face he was despised; and we esteemed him not.” (Isaiah, 53:3) That is why scourges come, may Allah forbid. Unless mankind obeys the Mahdi. But the Day will not come, insha’Allah, since they follow the Mahdi, insha’Allah.
“But he was wounded for our transgressions,” He says. Allah says it happened because of irreligion and lack of faith, may Allah forbid. “he was bruised for our iniquities;” (Isaiah, 53:5-7) He strives against irreligion and lack of faith. So he ends up in prison. He is insulted and persecuted. But he accepts all forms of persecution.
“the chastisement of our peace was upon him;” He strives for people’s well-being, but ends up in prison and suffers. But people do eventually attain well-being. But it could not happen without him suffering. “and with his stripes we are healed.” it says. “He was oppressed, yet when he was afflicted he opened not his mouth; as a lamb that is led to the slaughter, and as a sheep that before its shearers is dumb, so he opened not his mouth. (Isaiah, 53:5-7)
“Let peoples serve you, and nations bow down to you.” The whole Islamic world. “Be lord over thy brethren, And let thy mother's sons bow down to thee. Cursed be every one that curse you,” Allah says. He says he will curse those who curse the Mahdi. He will ruin them. ” and blessed be every one that bless you.” (Genesis, 27:29) But He says He will bless those who bless and love Him. He says He will give them beauty and plenty.
“The Messiah, as it is written, and the spirit of the Lord shall rest upon him, the spirit of wisdom and understanding,” it will be given, Allah says. “the spirit of counsel and might, the spirit of knowledge of the fear of the Lord... This teaches that He loaded him with good deeds and suffering as a mill [is laden]. (Talmud, Sanhedrin 93b) The Mahdi could devastate people in 10 seconds. People could never withstand an hour of it. Allah says, you will suffer much. Are you prepared to accept? And he says, “I accept with pride, O Lord.”
Psalms 22:6-8, The Mahdi says, “A reproach of men, and despised of the people.” in the Torah 3000 years ago. He says the people despise him. “All they that see me laugh me to scorn: They shoot out the lip, they shake the head, saying, "He trusts in the Lord; Let Him deliver him; Let Him rescue him, since he delights in Him." (Psalms, 22:6-8) So say the irreligious people, when he is imprisoned and suffers.
“He makes me free from my haters;” says the Mahdi. “I am lifted up over those who come up against me: You have made me free from the violent man.” he says. “Great deliverance gives He to His king,” he says. (Psalms, 18:47-50) The King Messiah, the Mahdi, insha’Allah.
“Take not away Your gentle mercies from me, O Lord;” says the Mahdi. “let Your mercy and Your faith keep me safe for ever. For unnumbered evils are round about me.. so that I am bent down with their weight;” he says. “they are more than the hairs of my head..” The Mahdi’s hair was referred to 3000 years in the past. “Be pleased, O Lord, to take me out of danger; O Lord, come quickly and give me help. Let those who go after my soul for its destruction have shame and trouble together; let them be turned back and made foolish who take pleasure in my trouble.” says Allah. Allah says in the Torah that the enemies of the Mahdi will be scattered, 3000 years before the event. “Let them be desolate by reason of their shame that tell me, "Aha! Aha!"” He says. “Let all those who seek you rejoice and be glad in You. Let such as love your salvation say continually, "Let the Lord be exalted!"” He says. (Psalms 40:11-16)
“They persecute me wrongfully.” says the Mahdi. He complains to Allah. “Help me! They had almost wiped me from the earth, but I didn't forsake Your precepts.” He says. (Psalms 119:86-87)
“I am Yours. Save me, for I have sought your precepts. The wicked have waited for me, to destroy me; but I will consider Your testimonies.” (Psalms 119:94-95)
“Rulers have been cruel to me without cause;” the state says. The Mahdi, 3000 years ago in the Torah. “I am delighted by Your saying,” He trembles at Allah’s command. “like a man who makes discovery of great wealth. I am full of hate and disgust for false words; but I am a lover of Your law.” the sharia, Islam. (Psalms 119:161-163)
Allah says, “There will I cause the horn of David to bud forth;” The King Messiah, the Mahdi. “I have ordained a lamp for mine anointed.” I will maintain it as light. “His enemies will I clothe with shame;” I will disgrace his enemies, Allah says. They will be disgraced. “but upon himself shall his crown flourish." (Psalms, 132:17-18) It will shine very brightly, He says.
“O Lord: I said, You are my refuge and my portion in the land of the living. Attend unto my cry... Deliver me from my persecutors;” he says. The Torah indicates that the Mahdi will be followed. “For they are stronger than I. Bring my soul out of prison, that I may praise Your name: the righteous shall compass me about;” the followers of the Mahdi will surround me. “for You shall deal bountifully with me.” (Psalms 142:5-7) says Almighty Allah.
“Therefore will I divide him a portion with the great,” I will make them famous, says Almighty Allah. “and he shall divide the spoil with the strong;” He will be rich, He says. “because he poured out his soul unto death, (on Allah’s path)”.
Allah speaks to the Mahdi; “Don't you be afraid, for I am with you; don't be dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you; yes, I will help you; yes, I will uphold you with the right hand of my righteousness. Behold, all those who are incensed against you shall be put to shame and confounded..” says Allah. I will disgrace those who are angry against you. “those who strive with you shall be as nothing, and shall perish. You will make search for your haters but they will not be there; those who make war against you will be as nothing and will come to destruction.” (Isaiah 41:10-12) He says they will be brought low. He says you must look for them, and I will destroy them all.
“All those who come together to make an attack on you, will be broken against you... No weapon that is formed against you shall prosper;” He says. These things are also in the hadiths, but they misinterpret them. Allah will not allow that weapon to be used. He says it will not be turned against you. “and every tongue that shall rise against you in judgment you shall condemn.” (Isaiah 54:15-17) They will put you on trial, He says. But you will prove those immoral people’s guilt. They will be disgraced.
Mahdi will suffer long and face hardship, Allah says it will be long. Difficult tests lasting 40 years, perhaps. He will be tested with prison and suffering and tribulations. He will reach the highest rank of all. The greatest spiritual guide of all. This was revealed 3000 years ago in the Torah.
“When Allah created the world... under the Throne of His kavod, and brought forth the being of the Messiah.” This is the form the belief takes in the Torah. He said to Mahdi: 'Will you heal and redeem My sons [servants] after 6000 years?' He told the Mahdi “My sons 6000 years later,” we are now in this cycle; 6000 years later refers exactly to 2012. Almighty Allah asks, “Will you heal and redeem?” He asks the Mahdi in the world beyond space and time. And the Mahdi and the King Messiah responds. “He [King Messiah] answered Him, 'I will.' Then Allah said to him: 'Will you then also bear the punishment..,” says Almighty Allah. “as it is written. But he bore our diseases [sufferings]” [Yeshayahu, 53:4]. “And the Messiah answered Him; 'i will joyfully bear them' (” (Zohar*, 2:212a). This refers to 2012, and this is highly significant. “[Mahdi] out of love, took upon himself all those plagues and sufferings, as it is written in Yeshayahu 53, “he was abused and oppressed.” The distinguishing feature of the Mahdi.
“In the times in which the son of David will come, a valiant men” the followers of the Mahdi “will go circulating from city to city but will not be shown favor.” They will be mistreated and excluded; they will be hindered and persecuted. “Those that fear sin” Muslims who fear to enter into sin “will be despised and the wisdom of scribes will be sullied. Truth will be absent.” (Zohar, Acharei Mot:36, Verse 213) In other words, religious law will be portrayed as evil.
A9 TV, 1 April 2012
Allah says that the Torah and the Zabur contain provisions about global prevalence [of Islam]. When we look we see they refer to the Mahdi (pbuh). Allah says look at the Torah and the Zabur and you will see. He talks about global majesty. He speaks of the global reign of Muslims, and says you can learn about it there. When we look, we see it refers to the King Messiah, to Moshiach, the Mahdi (pbuh). We therefore also see that the Mahdi (pbuh) is in the Qur’an. It says, “It has come down from Judaism,” and it has indeed come down from the Zabur. Allah reveals this, and the Qur’an is sending a message. And we can therefore find that commandment.
A9 TV, 16 May 2012
.. and fell down prone, prostrating, and repented. Prostrating Jews are mentioned in the Torah as well. By that, we understand that performing prayers [salat] was also commanded in the time of the Prophets reaching back until Judaism. Performing prayers also has a place in the Torah now and some of the Jews are performing their prayers now. First they bow and then prostrate. That is how the prayers were described at the time. The prone is the same, it is the same with the way we perform our prayers. Then he bows and then prostrates. Almighty Allah says ".. he sincerely turned to Us with a wholehearted submission and love and repented."