The divine speech

Message of Islam Mercy, justice, freedom and peace

Message of Islam

Compassion, Justice, Freedom and Peace

Ali Mohamed Al Shorafa Al Hammadi

There is a big difference between the religious Speech and the God’s  Speech

Correction of the understanding

of the Islamic Speech

 In my full faith in god, I was touched by this outcry, which contained a strong protest against the attempt to the reputation of Islam and a clear rejection of the offense of the Prophet, who is known to incarnate the values of pity and compassion.

We need to search for and find out the reasons, that caused this hostility and this aggression towards human beings and pushed thousands of young people to fall in the hands of organizations of crime and terrorism.

There is a reason for each and every action, and it is necessary to look for and to find out the real reasons, that led to this disaster.

God sent his message to all the human beings, without any distinction, for whatsoever a reason.

“Say, O mankind, I am the messenger of god to you all…” {Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”, Surah (Chapter 7) Al-A’raf: Verse 158}.

This message is contained in the holy Quran and expressed in the following words addressed by the almighty to the humankind:

 “Recite in the name of your Lord who created, created man from a clinging substance, recite and your Lord is the most Generous, who taught by the pen, taught man that which he knew not” {Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”, Surah (Chapter 96) Al A’laq: Verse 1-5

God addresses in his verses the human mind and incites mankind to think and talks to them in the language of logic, so that they may come on their own to the correct way of thinking and to faith and conviction.

 “Thus, do we explain in detail the signs for people who think” {Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”, Surah (Chapter 10) Yunus: Verse 24}.

 “Indeed, in that there are signs for people who think” {Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”, Surah (Chapter 13) Ar-ra’d: Verse 3}.

Then, and only then, faith becomes really deep rooted in the hearts of mankind, and is protected by the mind from any negative impacts of religious pretentions or fake narratives (in the so called Islamic tradition), which are trying to give an ugly picture of the understanding of Islam and the belief in his verses. People are asked to think and consider universal facts under the light of the teachings of these verses. If they do this, they will certainly believe, that only God the almighty, without any rival or associate, can be the creator of heaven and earth. People should respond to the divine discourse sent by god upon the entire humanity as mentioned in his holy words:

“And we have not sent you except comprehensively to all mankind as a bringer of good tidings and a warner, but most of the people do not know” {Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”, Surah (Chapter 34) Saba: Verse 28}.

“Say, O mankind, indeed I am the messenger of god to you all, from the one to whom belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth. There is no deity except him, he gives life and causes death, so believe in god and his messenger, the unlettered prophet, who believes in god and his words, so follow him that you may attain guidance” {Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”, Surah (Chapter 7) Al A’raf: Verse 158}.

“Say, O mankind, the truth has come to you from your Lord, so whoever is guided is only guided for his own benefit, and who goes astray, does it only to his own detriment, and I am not a guardian for you” {Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”, Surah (Chapter 10) Yunus: Verse 108}.

The mentioned verses confirm that, god sent his messenger Mohammad, peace be upon him, to the entire humanity, and not to a particular sect or class of people, because human beings are all equal before god, and each one is either rewarded for his acts or punished for them. This confirms the following:

1- The Quran, the divine discourse to humankind, is addressed to the totality of the human beings, without any segregation of a religion, a belief, a sect, a class, a doctrine or a group of people.

2- The Islamic message included in the holy Quran addresses all the humanity and incites them to carry out an intellectual interaction with god’s words in his holy book, so that they may extract and create out of them rules and regulations for the legislation necessary to bring order into their affairs in life on earth, make them adopt Islamic high values in behavior and manners in accordance with the words of the almighty: “O mankind, indeed we have created you from male and female and made you people and tribes, so that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble among you in the sight of god is the most righteous. Then god is knowledgeable and well-acquainted {Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”, Surah (Chapter 49) Al Hujurat: Verse 13).

3- This verse confirms the abolition of any kind of social privileges based on religion and religious considerations, and negates the existence of a particular religious class similar to the class of priesthood and clergy in some religious communities, which reigns in the name of religion, instructs societies and human communities according to its political, material, emotional and moral purposes. All mankind’s are equal before the law in the life on earth; they are all equal before god on the day of judgement, and each person has to assume responsibility for its acts.

Some people, who opposed the Islamic teachings, and with them some others, who call themselves narrators of “Hadiths” (Islamic traditions), have succeeded in flooding human minds with narrations dragging Muslims into political and confessional fights. These fights created barriers among the groups of a single society and brought about a dissemination of the hatred discourse, thus threatening and endangering social peace, preventing the minds from clear and correct thinking and delivering them completely to the disastrous impact of these narrations. This reality and these facts contributed to keep the position of Muslims lagging behind social and scientific progress. These legends drowned Muslims in a sea of mediocrity. They believed in them without any thinking or consideration, until they became almost sacred and reached for some of the religious leaders an almost bigger importance and value than Quranic verses, when the narrations, the Islamic traditions, became preponderant over Quranic verses.

The Islamic nation is facing a very dangerous misfortune, since vicious parties have succeeded in incorporating untrue and malicious stories against the Islamic Religion, depriving it from fairness, compassion, peace, love and mutual assistance, replacing these noble human qualities by hatred, fanaticism, cruelty, killing and violent aggression against innocent people. They attempted to the holy book of god, they offended his prophet, peace be upon him. Their teachings have been incorporated into educational systems and structures and published and disseminated in books and manuals with unknown referential, but taught until today in Islamic universities, which are breeding criminals, killers and terrorists for the whole world, such as Daesh, Al Nusra, Al Qaeda, the Salafists, the Jihadists, the Takfir and Hijra, the Muslim-brothers and many others more. These people intentionally attempted to the very essence and picture of Islam and distorted its reputation in the world, with all what the Islam involves in terms of principles of compassion and justice for the entire humanity. They disregarded, also clearly on purpose, everything mentioned in the holy book of god, the almighty, in terms of clear guidance and instruction to follow only the divine path and no other way, in order to achieve the correction of the religious discourse.

Since god, the almighty, is addressing the human mind, and not any class of clerics, priesthood or Imams, who imposed themselves as guardians and care-takers of the religion, and pretended to be the only ones, who understand, what god is aiming at, so the matters require a call onto the thinkers and people of knowledge, in all fields of science, which are mentioned and addressed in the holy Quran, in order to set up a new understanding and a new legislation compatible with the holy Quran with regard to freedom, equality, compassion and mutual assistance between all human beings, in all societies.

The great teachings and ideas of Islam must be presented in adequate and correct manner. They have been altered and falsified by these enemies of Islam, in particular, after the appearance of the new terror organizations such as Daesh and The Muslim-brothers, who permanently attempt to the lives of innocent people and threaten entire populations. The symbol of “Allahu Akbar” became a poster hiding a suicidal attempt and a bombs ready to explode in the middle of public places and among peaceful citizens, shedding their blood and tearing apart their bodies in an expression of sheer outrage and aggression.

Hence, It is a charge entrusted to us before god and before mankind to correct this path, which deviated during fourteen centuries from the heavenly message of god, to bring it back to rest on its essential pillars of compassion, peace and equality between all human beings, in addition to the observance of noble moral values of good behavior, so that we can contribute to the progress and development, and protect the society from criminal acts of evildoers and the impact of their greed for money and glory, even if this leads to the slavery of other innocent human beings. These people allow themselves all kind of forbidden taboos and trample down all canonical laws and instructions, converting themselves thereby into fierce animals without any respect or even perception for morality and human values. These people are an immense danger for the future of human civilization.

For all the above-mentioned reasons, it is necessary to stick to a unique divine reference consisting in the holy Quran, where god the almighty, clearly states, that everything is included in this Quran: “and there is no creature on earth, or bird that flies with its wings, except that, they are communities like yourselves. We have not neglected in the register a thing. Then they will be called to gather before their Lord” {Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”, Surah (Chapter 6) Al An’am: Verse 38}.

In summary: There is no shorter way to protect and defend our Arabic and Islamic nation, fill in all gaps and face all pretexts and excuses, which  have been used during many centuries to divide Muslims into different sects, parties and doctrines, competing and fighting with each other, there is no shorter way but to get back to the holy book, sent by god to the humanity with its well-defined instructions and clear message of compassion, mutual help, justice and peace for all mankind. Let us hope, that god the almighty will be merciful with us and guide us to the path of truth and flawless conduct.

God said: “have you not seen those who have been given a portion of the book, they are called to the book of God to settle their difference, but some of them tergiversate, and turn back.   Surah (Chapter 3) Al-Imran: Verse 23 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

There are only two ways: The right way of truth, and the wrong way of aberration. He who follows the right way, follows the Quran. The; divine discourse addressed to the entire humanity, which was conveyed by a trustworthy messenger (But whoever works deeds of righteousness and he is a believer shall neither fear inequity nor injustice – Surah (Chapter 20) Ta-Ha: Verse:112 – Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”), And anyone who follows the clerical way of aberration, He is following the wrong way. (but whoever turns away from My Warnings, verily He shall live in distress. And We shall raise him up blind on the Day of Judgement – Surah (Chapter 20) Ta-ha: Verse 124 – Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

Quote from the holy book “the Quran”

  1. Address of Guidance

Surah (Chapter 2) Al-Baqarah: Verse 1 to 5 – it means the following:

Alif, Lam, Mim. That is the book in it there is no doubt, it is the guidance for the pious.  Those who believe in the unseen, and keep rightly their prayers, and spend out of what We have provided them To poor people. Those who believe in what was revealed to you, what was revealed before you, and believe in the hereafter. They are rightly guided by their Lord. These are who shall surely triumph.

  1. Unity of the message

All Muslims have to believe

Surah (Chapter 2) Al-Baqarah: Verse 285 – it means the following:

The messenger believed what was sent down to him by His Lord, and so did the believers. They all believed in God, His angels, His books and His messengers, We make no distinction between none of his messengers. And They Said, “We heard and we obeyed. Forgive us Lord. To you shall all return.

{This shows that, in order to embrace Islam, it is conditional for any human being to believe in all messengers (Jesus, Moses and others) sent by God to the universe}.

3.Divine assignment

Surah (Chapter 5) Al-Ma’ida: Verse 67 – it means the following:

O messenger, proclaim what has been sent down to you from your Lord. If you do not, you would not have fulfilled, and conveyed His message. God protects you from all people. God will not guide the unbelievers to the right path, and they will remain in darkness without any light.

4- Reminding of the Quran

Surah (Chapter 50) Qaf:  Verse 45 – it means the following:

We know best what they say, you are not the one who is sent to use the force against them. So admonish with the Quran who fears My warning.

(This verse signifies that, all noble values, and rules of the Quran teach and lead human beings to live in peace, harmony, freedom, justice, goodness, love and with forgiveness).

5- How to convey the Speech

Surah (Chapter 16) An-Nahl: Verse 125 – it means the following:

Invite to follow the path of your Lord with wisdom and exhortation, argue with them in the most courteous manner. Your Lord knows best who goes astray from his path, and He knows best who follows the right way.

6- Unity of mankind

Surah (Chapter 49) Al-Hujurat: Verse 13 – it means the following:


O people! We have created you from one male and one female, and multiply you until become nations and tribes, that you may know each other. Indeed, the most noble among you in the view of God is the righteous one. God is Omniscient and Most Acquainted.

(This verse signifies that, all human beings are equal and no difference between them in religion, race, color or whatsoever, and also this verse encourage all human beings to love and cooperate each other, trade among themselves, and to establish stability, security without doing any harm on one another, and to live in peace and with harmony).

7- The divine justice

Surah (Chapter 53) An-Najm: Verse 31 – it means the following:

To God belongs what is in the heavens and on earth. He may punish evil doers according to their deeds, and He rewards those who do good with what is best.

8- Freedom of belief

Surah (Chapter 18) Al-Kahf: Verse 29 – It means the following:

“And Say, “The truth comes from your Lord. So who wants to believe, is free to do it, and who doesn’t want to believe, is free to do it…”.

{This verse signfies that, no one has the right to force anyone to follow what he believes. Human beings got full freedom from the creator to choose whatever suits his mind to believe, to follow any religion which creates self-satisfaction, and peace inside him}.

9- God is the only judge

Surah (Chapter 22) Al-Hajj: Verse 17 – it means the following:

Indeed, those who have believed, and those who were Jews, and the Sabeans, and the Christians, and the Magians, and Polytheists, surely God will judge between them in the Day of Resurrection, indeed God is witness over everything. (This verse signifies that, no one on earth has the right to criticize any religion, or judge any human being who is not following the path of Islam. God only has the right to differentiate between all these religions, and their followers).

10- No tutorship in religion

Surah (Chapter 106) Al-An’am: Verse 107 – it means the following:

Has God pleased, they would not have associated false Gods with him. We have not made you their guardian, nor are you their keeper on my behalf.

(This verse signifies that, the God informing his messenger Muhammed that, you are not responsible for any human being to follow Islam’s message, and you are not having the authority from me to impose Islamic doctrines to anyone. Your mission is to convey to the people that the Quran – the Holy Book contains the great values, messages, and rules. And if they follow, it will keep their life in peace and satisfaction and to help them to establish stability within their societies).

The pillars of Islam

The pillars of Islam may be divided into three main topics as follows:

First main topic: The cult

  1. To witness that God is the unique deity, and Mohamed is His messenger.
  2. To believe in God, His angels, His books, His messengers and the Day of Resurrection.
  3. To perform prayers.
  4. To pay the alms.
  5. Fasting during the month of Ramadhan.
  6. Pilgrimage to the Holy Shrines, if possible.

Reflecting and thinking about the Holy Quran and the creatures of God. (To utilize the brain to think about what is written in the Quran, which indicates and emphasizes that, the human being should extract knowledge from the universe, and do scientific research to exploit all treasures hidden on and in earth, for the benefit of the human being. Also, to think of what happened to ‘old generations’, when they lost their path and didn’t follow the messengers – They fell in darkness).

Second main topic:  The moral values Good TREATMENT AND kindness to the parents:

1- “And We recommended to man to provide a good treatment to his parents…” – Surah (Chapter 46) Al-Ahqaf: Verse 15 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

2-And spread upon them the wing of humility, and tenderness (be very gentle to them) and say, “Lord, bestow your mercy on them as they brought me up when I was little child” – Surah (Chapter 17) Al-Israa: Verse 24 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

3-And if you have nothing to give and you turn away from them, to seek mercy you expect of God, speak to them in gentle words” – Surah (Chapter 17) Al-Israa: Verse 28 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

4-But, if they press you to associate with that which you have no knowledge, do not obey them. Keep kind company with them in this life, and follow the way of those who turn to me (in love). At the end the return of you all is to Me, Then I will tell you of all that you have done – Surah (Chapter 31) Luqman: Verse 15 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

5-Your Lord has commanded that you worship none but Him, and that you be kind to parents. If one of them or both attain old age, say not to them “Uff (a word of contempt, nor chide them),” but speak to them in loving, and noble words.” – Surah

Marital relationship

1-“And one of his signs is that He created for you wives from among yourselves, that you might live in tranquility with them, and He has put love and compassion between you and them….…” – Surah (Chapter 30) Ar-Rum: Verse 21 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

2- “And if you decided to take a wife in the place of a (divorced) one, take not back of what you have given her, even if it be a pile of gold. Would you take it unjustly and by a manifest wrong?” – Surah (Chapter 4) An-Nisaa: Verse 20 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

3- “A divorce may be pronounced twice. Then to retain the wife in honor, or to allow her to leave with kindness. It is unlawful to take back anything from your wives you have given them ………….,.” – Surah (Chapter 2) Al-Baqarah: Verse 229 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

4- “O you who have believed. It is unlawful for you to inherit your wives against their will. And do not make difficulties for them in order to take part of what you gave them, unless they commit a clear immoral sin. And live with them in kindness” – Surah (Chapter 4) An-Nisaa: Verse 19 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

5- “And give the wives their dowries as free gift. But if they remit a part of it you, then take it and enjoy it as lawfully yours” – Surah (Chapter 4) An-Nisaa: Verse 4 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

6-“There shall be no blame on you, if you divorce your wives before you touch them, or fix a dowry to them. And bestow to them a suitable gift, the rich man according to his means and the poor one according to his means, This is binding on righteous men”. – Surah (Chapter 2) Al-Baqarah: Verse 236 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

7-“If you divorce them before you touch them and have specified for them a compensation, pay them the half of what you have fixed, unless they forego the right, or the one in whose hand is the marriage contract forgoes it. But it is nearest to the piety when you remit. Do not forget to show kindness between you. God observes all what you do”. – Surah (Chapter 2) Al-Baqarah: Verse 237 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

8-“And if you fear that you cannot deal justly with the orphans, marry, (then) women of your choice – two, three or four. But if you fear that you shall not be able to deal justly (with them), then marry only one or captives of what you possess. That will make it easier to prevent you from doing” – Surah (Chapter 4) An-Nisaa: Verse 3 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

9-“When you divorce your wives, and they reached the term of their waiting period, either retain them on equitable terms, or set them free with kindness. But do not keep them by force to injure them, or to transgress. Whoever does that, he wrongs his own soul. Do no treat the laws of God as a joke. Remember the favor He has bestowed on you and the Book and the Wisdom He sent down to you for your instruction. Be pious to God, and know that God has knowledge of all things”. – Surah (Chapter 2) Al-Baqarah: Verse 231 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

10-“And if you fear a breach between them, appoint an arbitrator from his Family and an arbitrator from her Family. If they wish reconciliation, God will bring them together again. God is Omniscient and Well Informed”. – Surah (Chapter 4) An-Nisaa: Verse 35 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

11-“Lodge them of where you lodge, according to your means, and do not annoy them, so as to make life intolerable for them. If they are pregnant, spend on them until they deliver their burden. And if they breast-feed to your child, so pay them their emoluments and consult together honorably ..….” – Surah (Chapter 65) At-Talaq: Verse 6 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

12-“Mothers breast-feed their children two whole years, that is for those who desires to complete sucking. The fathers must provide mothers with food and clothing in a reasonable manner. None should be charged with more than he can bear. No mother shall be treated unfairly on account of his child. The same charges shall be upon the heir. If after mutual consent and consultation between both of them (father and mother), they decide on weaning, there is no blame on them ….….” – Surah (Chapter 2) Al-Baqarah: Verse 233 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

13-“Men are the protectors of women, because God has given the superiority to one on others, because they spend their wealth (to maintain them). Righteous women are devotedly obedient, and guard in the husband’s absence what God could have them to guard”. Surah (Chapter 4) An-Nisaa: Verse 34 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).


(This means that, the God gave the man several capabilities to work hard to earn money, He is totally responsible for his wife and children.  It is his duty to provide sheltering, feeding, clothing, and proper housing, etc. to look after his family).

  • The rights of orphans

1-“And restore the property to the orphans (which belongs to them until they reach their age), And do not exchange the valuables for worthless things. And don’t add their wealth to yours, then that is a great sin” – Surah (Chapter 4) An-Nisaa: Verse 2 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

2-“And put the orphans to the test, when they reach the age of marriage. If you find them capable of sound judgement, hand over to them their property, and consume it not wastefully, in excess before they grow up…” – Surah (Chapter 4) An-Nisaa: Verse 6 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).


  • Behavior of the Muslims:

1-To be good, and kind to relatives.

2-To be good, kind to orphans and needy people.

3-To be good, and kind to neighbors among relatives.

4-To be good, and kind to neighbors among non-relatives.

5-To be good, and kind to wayfarers.

6-To be good, and kind to servants.

7-To submit things in custody to their owners.

8-To be just in arbitration, and judgement.

9-Avoid thinking bad about the people.

10-Avoid spying.

11-Avoid talking bad about others.

12-Seek humility, and low voice when talking.

13-Forgive others, and master your anger.

14- Have mercy with each other, and with everybody without distinction of religion, race, color or whatsoever.

15-Forgive, command the acceptable manners and turn away from the ignorant people.

16-Talk to people in a nice way regardless of their religion, race, color or whatsoever.

17-Be trustworthy in obligations, and contracts.

18-Return greetings in better or similar way to everybody regardless of religion, race, color or whatsoever.

19-Seek mutual support in devotion, and piety.

20-Don’t be rude, and hard-hearted.

21-Say the truth.

22-Use good forgiveness.

23-Give away with the better behavior.

24-Be good as God has been good to you.

25-Reconcile between people.

26-Don’t walk in arrogance on earth.

27-God doesn’t guide the one, who is an exaggerator, and a liar.

28-Shouldn’t ridicule other people.

29-Don’t insult each other by calling with offending nicknames.

30-Avoid talking without knowledge.

31-Don’t touch the orphan’s wealth.

32-Don’t oppress the orphan.

33-Don’t repel the petitioner.

34-“Render to the near of kin their due rights, to the needy one, to the poor wayfarer, and do not squander (your wealth) wastefully”. – Surah (Chapter 17) Al-Israa: Verse 26 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

35-“And do not pursue that of which you have no knowledge. Surely the hearing, the sight and the heart, about all these you shall be interrogated”. – Surah (Chapter 17) Al-Israa: Verse 36 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

36-“Say to my servants: speak that which is best. Satan is capable to sow discord among them. For devil is to man an avowed enemy.” – Surah (Chapter 17) Al-Israa: Verse 53 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

37-“Be moderate in your walk, and lower your voice” – Surah (Chapter 31) Luqman: Verse 19 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

  • Third main topic: The moral values: Prohibitions

1-No one has the right to hurt, or kill anybody under any circumstances, regardless of his religion, race, color or whatsoever, except in defending situations.

2-“And marry not a woman whom your fathers married, except that is past (pre-Islamic). that is indeed a shameful, indecent, and abominable act”. – Surah (Chapter 4) An-Nisaa: Verse 22 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

3-“It is unlawful to you to marry your mothers, your daughters, your sisters, your father’s sisters, maternal aunts, your brother’s daughters, your sister’s daughters, your foster mothers (who gave you breast-feeding), foster sisters (with whom you get breast-feeding from one woman), your wives’ mothers, and your step-daughters who are under your charge, born of your wives, with whom you consummated the marriage.  It is no offence, if you have not gone in, it is unlawful. Also, to get marry with the wives of your forgotten sons, and to take in marriage two sisters at one and the same time, unless this had been happened in the past. Before the Islam had come. God is forgiving and merciful”. – Surah (Chapter 4) An-Nisaa: Verse 23 (Quote from the Holy Book “The Quran”).

4-Associating other deities to God.

5-Eating pork.

6-Eating animals killed by violent blow and head-long fall.

7-Eating animals killed by goring of horns, or from which a wild animal has eaten.

8-Eating dead animals, and blood.

9-Eating what was dedicated to others than God.

10-Stone alters, and using divining arrows to take decisions.

11-Wine, and gambling.

12-Touching the wealth of orphans.

13-Being unfair in weights.

14-Transgression, and injustice.

15-Lies, and hypocrisy.

16-False witness.

17-Doing evil on earth.

18-Eating other people’s wealth without right.

19- Usury

20-Disobedience to parents.

21-Aggression towards others, regardless of their religion, race, color or whatsoever.

22-Transgression against honor, and attaining reputation.





Show More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Back to top button