Do you not know that the kingdom of the heavens and earth belongs to Allah? He punishes whoever He wills and forgives whoever He wills. Allah has power over all things. (Surat al-Ma’ida, 40)
An attribute of the morality of the religion of ignorant: Most of the words spoken are not accurate but simply deceptive
The society of ignorance has an important attribute: People can never hear accurate and sincere information from one another. This holds true especially for the matters for which they compete within the worldly criteria of the ignorant society. These people desire to be the most powerful, most popular, most respected, most beautiful, wealthiest, most adored person of the society in which they live and for this end they demonstrate unbelievable greed. In order to attain their worldly desires they are willing to sacrifice everything and, if necessary, resort to all sorts of illegal ways. They can even sacrifice the people they most like and sometimes risk death. For their ends, they may assume all kinds of bad morals; they may easily tell lies, deceive people, display insincere attitude, devise plots against their loved ones and recklessly give material and spiritual harm to one another.
Within this greedy approach of the ignorance it is never possible to be real friends with people. When they consult to one another, it is not possible to have a really beneficial opinion. Competition, greed, the drive to be superior always precedes friendship. They can even not be honest to their dear ones. It is the common attributes of people who have the morality of the ignorance to tell that something which is in fact ‘good’ is bad, not to express the favorable attributes of a person but to always mention his flawed aspects, to gossip about them etc.
Genuine love, friendship and veracity are only peculiar to those who fear Allah. It is possible to receive the most accurate and sincere information from a believer about all matters. A Muslim never lets something mischievous to happen to someone. He always provides people beneficial information that will let them see the rational and real aspects of events. In compliance with the commandment of Allah, “enjoining the good and forbidding the evil”, their awareness that they will absolutely warn others if there is something wrong and call one another to the good make Muslims trust in one another and thus improve themselves in the best way possible.
Our body's unlimited source of energy: Glucose
Which quality of glucose, which provides energy for our body like the fuel that runs a machine, make it easily dissolve in water?
Why is it of vital importance that glucose can dissolve in almost every fluid?
How are excess amounts of glucose balanced in the body?
What sort of changes occur in the body if there is not enough glucose ?
How does diabetes form?
Glucose, which is the basic source of food for all living beings, is a very important molecule. By means of glucose, which Allah created as an instrument, we can move our arms, work our jaw muscles to eat food and we can walk.
The glucose molecule, which has six carbon, twelve hydrogen and six oxygen molecules, has a hexagonal shape because of hydrogen atoms. These six oxygen molecules found in its composition gives glucose many important qualities. For example, by means of oxygen molecules, glucose can easily dissolve in water. The reason for this is that this molecule can form strong hydrogen bonds with water molecules, because of the oxygen atoms. Glucose can dissolve in almost any type of fluid due to this molecule that allows for solubility in water. Glucose is the most important nutrient source for the cells, and it is transferred to cells via blood; thus it has to be able to dissolve in fluid.
How does glucose move in the body?
Glucose has common characteristics with hexane, which has a similar molecular structure to glucose. Hexane is similar to glucose as a fuel; however, hexane does not carry any oxygen atoms and therefore when it burns, it causes many new and strong carbon-oxygen bonds. This situation prevents hexane from dissolving in water. Therefore, hexane cannot be carried to the cells by the blood. Under normal conditions, glucose is less efficient than hexane, but it is of vital importance for human beings, as it can be transferred via water.
When glucose molecules enter into a solution, it can turn its energy into fuel for the metabolism. Therefore glucose is the essential source of energy for living cells. Bigger molecules, for example complex sugars and starch, are scaled down in the form of glucose molecules in order to be easily burned and taken to the cells. In this way, glucose takes names such as blood sugar, grape sugar, or starch sugar depending on the metabolism it enters.
How are glucose molecules that emerge during the digestion process balanced?
70% of the food we consume supplies carbohydrate for us. Carbohydrates, the digestion of which begins in the mouth, are met with enzymes, which break down carbohydrates inside the saliva. The digestion of these molecules, which are partially broken down, ends in the small intestine. Glucose molecules that come out as a result of this break down causes the blood pressure to increase. However, blood pressure is balanced thanks to the enzymes that interfere with glucose molecules. In short, a molecule very important for the body is balanced by another molecule created specially by Almighty Allah’s Will.
When there is excess glucose in the body, these excess glucose molecules are stored after being turned into another shape called “glycogen” with the help of an enzyme. The enzyme, which is responsible for turning glucose into glycogen is called “glucokinase.” This enzyme is produced by the liver, and this production is under the control of the “insulin” hormone secreted by the pancreas. The glycogen produced steps in when there is need for energy in the body and becomes ready for use.
The perfect distribution of work in our body has existed since man was first created
In a factory, there are personnel who deal with production, who transport products to places, who control them, who detect surpluses and who use these surplus products for other purposes. Every part of the production process is controlled by chosen units. A detailed control system is carried out to avoid any mistakes. In every department, scores of specialists are employed. Despite this, a perfectly flawless order cannot be established, and mistakes do occur quite often.
This flawless system in the human body works just like a factory and it never makes a mistake except by Allah’s Will. Each and every cell and molecule knows their tasks and carries them out in full. From amino acids, which are the building blocks of life, to atoms, from molecules to proteins, all things are under Allah’s Might. There is no doubt that neither the molecules in the cell, nor the other structures that move with it have any intelligence, knowledge, talent or specialized training. All these processes and productions have not come into existence over time, and this perfect system was created just the way it is now since the moment of our birth. Allah has created this perfect distribution of work throughout thousands of years, even when science was unaware of this, without any flaw, and every molecule has carried out its function in every human being in the most perfect way. This superior creation of Almighty Allah is revealed in the Qur’an:
I seek refuge in Allah from the accursed satan-
“We created man from the purest kind of clay; then made him a drop in a secure receptacle; then formed the drop into a clot and formed the clot into a lump and formed the lump into bones and clothed the bones in flesh; and then brought him into being as another creature. Blessed be Allah, the Best of Creators!” (Surat al-Muminun, 12-14)
The Mahdism is a subject needing to be widely broadcast rather than kept hidden
Talk of Hazrat Mahdi (as) Is One of the Portents of His Appearance
In his works, Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, mujaddid (reviver) of the 13th century Hijri, has made a number of important statements that serve as a guide to all Muslims concerning the coming of the Mahdi and the way that he will be a reason for Islamic moral values to prevail all over the world. Some circles, however, maintain that, “it would be wrong and objectionable in many ways to speak openly of the subject of the Mahdi,” to which Bediuzzaman devoted considerable space in his works.
The fact is, however, that “The Mahdi is a subject needing to be broadcast, rather than hidden or concealed.”The glad tidings, of the coming of Hazrat Mahdi (as), have been imparted by our Prophet (saas) himself; there are a number of hadiths of our Prophet (saas) on the subjects that are regarded as completely reliable. In one hadith, the Prophet (saas) revealed that the subject represented great glad tidings for all Muslims: “LEARN OF THE MAHDI. He is from the Quraysh and is one of my house.”(Al-Muttaqi al-Hindi, Al-Burhan fi Alamat al-Mahdi Akhir az-Zaman, p.13) In another hadith, which reads: “The Mahdi will appear, and EVERYONE WILL SPEAK ONLY OF HIM, drink of his love and SPEAK OF NOTHING ELSE,”(Al-Muttaqi al-Hindi, Al-Burhan fi Alamat al-Mahdi Akhir az-Zaman, p. 33)our Prophet (saas) stated that when the Mahdi (as) appears, everyone will speak of this holy individual. These signs revealed by our Prophet (saas) have begun to take place in our own day, and everyone is speaking of the Mahdi.
In his works, Bediuzzaman devoted wide space to this subject, describing it in detail over hundreds of pages. It is clear that had he thought the subject was one needing to be concealed, or one which there was no need to read about, he would not have included all these statements in his treatises. Indeed, when a subject was to be avoided, Bediuzzaman wrote that this was “confidential”in his works and stated in various places that it did not appear in the treatises because it should not be published. One of these statements by Bediuzzaman reads,
“As for the treatises, we have called such treatises confidential … we have forbidden them to be broadcast.” (Bediuzzaman and His Students’ Trial Defense, p. 187)
As stated by Bediuzzaman, secret things should not be published. However, the situation is the exact opposite of this when it comes to the subject of the Mahdi (as). Bediuzzaman devoted hundreds of pages to elucidating the coming of the Mahdi, made the matter a public one, and openly stated that it was not an issue that needed to be kept hidden. Indeed, the fact that the treatises have been read by millions over the years makes it clear that the subject is one for public consumption, not a secret one.
However, although Bediuzzaman’s view is crystal clear, some people have sought to support this misconception by loading various false meanings onto Bediuzzaman’s words. One statement by Bediuzzaman that has been misinterpreted to that end is this:
My brothers’ second error: they ascribe a mortal identity that is prone to decay to that helpless brother who represents the spiritual entity of the Disciples of Light (Nur) and who forms the vanguard in the first duty in certain respects. Such as these two errors harm ,the true purity of the Risale-i Nur, the Treatise of Light, even in one respect to its being used for spiritual and heavenly rank, they cause political circles to fall into an unfounded error and the publication of the Treatise of Light is harmed. Since this time is one of a spiritual entity, such great and eternal truths cannot be built on mortal, helpless identities that are liable to error. In consequence, it is wrong to give the name of that personage who will come and perform three tasks. Both the purity in the Treatise that cannot be misused will be harmed, and the truths will become deficient in the eyes of common believers (with little knowledge of spiritual things); even indisputable arguments will turn into an opinion that is only partly the truth, and the victory over stubborn proof and arrogant atheism will begin to not be seen among the confused people of faith. Political circles will begin to feel doubts and some religious teachers will begin to protest... Therefore, it does not seem appropriate to give that name to the followers of Light. A reviver, a precursor may be said.”(Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, The Ratifying Stamp of the Unseen, p. 10)
The facts stated by Bediuzzaman in this extract are distorted, and it is suggested that “he said it would be extremely damaging for the subject of the Mahdi (as) to be spoken about publicly.” Yet this idea is totally based on a misinterpretation; what Bediuzzaman is saying here refers to his own time. He says that his disciples harbour a misconception about him with regard to the Mahdi (as), but that“this is an error that stems from confusion.” For that reason, he tells them not to “speak in this way or make any claims with regard to the Mahdi.”On close inspection, however, Bediuzzaman is saying that it is not speaking of the Mahdi (as) that is objectionable and damaging, but directing claims regarding the rank of the Mahdi (as) towards himself, since these are founded on an erroneous opinion. He reminds them that at that time, bringing up such a mistaken idea regarding himself will damage the purity and may cause certain politicians unease, harm the publication of the Risale-i Nur, the Treatise of Nur and mean that theTreatise enjoys only half a victory over the deniers. Bediuzzaman says that holding such an erroneous view will lead to an erroneous supposition and thus to the misdirection of the people of faith; as a result of this uncertainty, this will prevent Muslims from being able to recognise the true Mahdi (as).With the terms he also employs here, Bediuzzaman has many times reiterated that he is not the Mahdi. For example, he does not say, “I have performed the Mahdi’s (as) three tasks at the same time.” Note that he says that he has only led the way for the Mahdi (as) in the first of the Mahdi’s duties, that of regarding the truths of faith, and that he has only performed this in one way. By saying “it will be wrong … to give the name of that personage who will come in the future,”he is stating that it will be wrong for him to be given the name of the Mahdi (as) although he is not the Mahdi and that this will damage the truth, for which reason the name of Mahdi should be given, not to him, but to that individual who will come in the future. Regarding himself, he says that he may be referred to as a “reviver and the precursor of the Mahdi.
In addition to all this, as we know, the date given by Bediuzzaman regarding the appearance of the Mahdi (as) is 2011. There is, of course, no question of such an important matter being kept concealed and not talked about with so little time remaining.
Bediuzzaman’s words are perfectly clear. He states that his treatises are works that “everyone, from a labourer to the wisest scholar, a middle school student to a philosopher, can easily understand.”(Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, Kastamonu Addendum, p. 10; Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, Rays, p. 549) Some extracts from Bediuzzaman on this subject read:
... The Treatise of Light proves this duty, at the most severe, essential and sensitive time, in a manner everyone can understand, the deepest and most secret truths of the Qur’an and of faith, with the most powerful evidence.(Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, Rays, p. 748)
... The Treatise of Light can be read and understood by all levels of society, such as a woman, a man, a civil servant and a tradesman, a scholar and a philosopher… (Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, Rays, p. 549)
To suggest, nonetheless, that only special people possessed of special secrets and special abilities can understand the Treatise and to so depart from the evident meaning of Bediuzzaman’s words is a grave mistake. In that event, everyone can draw his own erroneous conclusions from Bediuzzaman’s words. Thus the treatises will become works that reflect, not the true words of Bediuzzaman himself, but of those who interpret those words according to their own knowledge and understanding. The question of the damaging effect that such a logic could have on the Collection, written by Bediuzzaman in such a compact and sincere style, is one calling for careful consideration.
Darwinists' ''Artificial Life'' Deception
A report emphasized in Darwinist publications of late has entered the mainstream agenda. One part of an artificially manufactured DNA molecule was transferred to the nucleus of another cell and this DNA was observed to function within the cell. This subject, carried under misleading captions such as “synthetic genome brings new life to bacterium” and “creation of a bacterial cell” (surely Allah is beyond that) in various Darwinist publications has been made the tool of Darwinist speculation. Certain publications such as the Financial Timeshave even claimed that evolutionists have realized their endless dreams regarding creating life out of nothing. The fact is that the research in question represents no reply to the question of how life began, which Darwinists can never answer. On the contrary, this study is significant proof of the complexity of the DNA in the cell.
Clarifications on the subject are as follows:
“The work reported by Venter and his colleagues is an important advance in our ability to re-engineer organisms; it does not represent the making of new life from scratch.” 
One feature of Darwinists is that they include their efforts to reproduce structures exhibiting the glory of Creation in the whole Darwinist furore, using all the Darwinist publications at their disposal and very large capital letters. Darwinist furore has recently begun being extensively used in this time when science has been shown to refute the theory of evolution. This means that Darwinists are in a terrible bottleneck.
For the theory of evolution, which tries to explain life in very simple terms, the building blocks of life must also be equally simple. So much so that everything about life must agree with these false and facile claims made by Darwinists who account for everything in terms of chance. Therefore, if the Darwinist claim were true, the imaginary first cell they maintain formed in muddy water should be nothing else than the water-filled balloon postulated by Darwin. But the truth is very different. Even just one of the proteins that make up life has an exceedingly complex structure. Darwinist scientists across the world have been striving for the same thing for 150 years, and have failed utterly: TO BE ABLE TO MANUFACTURE A SINGLE PROTEIN.
For that reason, depicting the cloning of DNA as evidence for evolution and the helpless writhing of Darwinists wishing to continue with their furore do not alter an important truth, and they deceive nobody. That important truth is the extraordinary complexity of life. The scale of the effort needed to understand one single part of that complex life or to obtain a copy of it makes that clear. The fact is that as these people try to understand a single DNA over tens of years in the laboratory, the glorious DNA molecules in each of the 100 trillion cells in their bodies keep on performing the tasks inspired in them in an extraordinary system and regularity. Because their Creator is Allah. Allah created them from nothing. Almighty Allah is the Lord of all things, the Creator of the earth and sky. Every single day, science will continue to provide new evidence that praises the glory of our Lord. Every new scientific discovery will continue to provide evidence of this majestic Creation. Almighty Allah says in one verse:
Yes, everything in the heavens and earth belongs to Allah. Yes, Allah’s promise is true but most of them do not know it. (Surah Yunus, 55)
“Artificial life? Synthetic genes 'boot up' cell, Reuters,
Age: 490 to 443 million years
Location: Kataoua Formation, Morocco
Starfish generally live on the sea floor, and some species live at depths of 7,000 meters. Evolutionists are in a hopeless position when faced with these echinoderms, which have survived unchanged for around half a billion years. These creatures have remained exactly the same, not for 10 million or 100 million years, nor even for 200 million, but for roughly 500 million years.
If evolutionists’ claims were true, then starfish should long since have turned into different life forms over the course of 500 million years, and the remains of many odd-looking creatures, half-starfish and partly some other invertebrate, should be visible in the fossil record. Yet the fossil record contains no such evidence for evolutionists’ claims.
As the 500-million-year-old starfish pictured here proves, starfish have always existed as starfish, are not descended from any other life form, and never turned into any other species.
Allah made it possible for people to understand how to live the Qur’an’s morality by giving examples from the Prophets’ and other Muslims’ lives. One of these sincere Muslims is Mary, one of the two women noted for their exemplary characters: “Allah has made an example for those who believe: the wife of Pharaoh, when she said: ‘My Lord, build a house in the Garden for me in Your Presence, rescue me from Pharaoh and his deeds, and rescue me from this wrongdoing people.’ And Mary, the daughter of ‘Imran, who guarded her chastity—We breathed Our Spirit into her. She confirmed the Words of her Lord and His Book, and was one of the obedient” (Surat at-Tahrim: 11-12).
Allah introduces Mary as having “the ideal Muslim woman’s character.” This character is completely different than the common character of women in today’s unbelieving societies, where they usually share a common socially acceptable character handed down from their ancestors.
According to the Qur’an, however, men and women have the same responsibilities and characters, for Allah refers to “an ideal Muslim character.”
In this book, we deal with the common woman’s character as seen in unbelieving societies and analyze how this erroneous character became established. In addition, we explore Mary’s character, whom Allah raised above all other women, and thereby define the “ideal Muslim woman’s character.”
Another aim of the book is to reveal the inconsistencies in the common woman’s character in unbelieving societies and to inform people who are looking for the truth about a way of life and morality that will lead them toward honor, respectability, and superiority on Earth as well as in the Hereafter.
Love is one of the greatest blessings that Allah gives to people. Allah has created people in such a way that they enjoy being loved and loving others. The true source of love in the believers’ hearts is their profound love of Allah. Believers love Allah greatly and, at every moment, strive to gain His love and good pleasure. Whoever loves Allah also loves His creations, feels compassion and mercy for them.
This site seeks to remind people of the importance of feeling love toward our Lord, and the importance of Allah’s love toward His creations and the believers, as well as to demonstrate that the lack of love, which is a sign of those who deny His existence, is a great catastrophe and punishment.