Falling for narrations trap (2-3)
Both "Sunnis and Shiites" left the Qur’an and followed the narrations
In this article we continue what we started previously, revealing the facts by the researcher and Islamic thinker Ali Muhammad al-Shurafa Al-Hammadi, in his book, «Muslims … between the religious speech and the divine speech», issued by «Al-Nokhba House for printing, publishing and distribution», about what have been done by Imams of the doctrine known as “Sunnah” when they established the rules serving their own benefits as the became danger on Islam and Muslims like the Jewish, Zoroastrianism and their followers “Shiites”, as the author says in his distinguish book: (Because of their lack of commitment to the order of Allah to stick to unity, which is achieved as a result of their adherence to the divine speech – the holy Qur’an – strife between the two sects arouse. This strife has led to conflict and fight among them for fourteen centuries or more. Allah has warned them by saying: “ Indeed, those who broke the unity of their religion and separated it into parts in fact and in thought, in opinion and in feeling and in interest and set themselves at variance shall have much to answer for; you are not a part of them nor have you a personal relation with them nor will you be responsible for the way they conduct themselves in life. Their account rests with Allah Who shall inform them in Day of Judgement of all that they perpetrated of wrong doings” (Al An’aam: 159).
In this verse Allah warns Muslims that the Prophet who came to call for monotheism calls them to adhere to the Book of Allah, which unites them and protects them from division and conflict among them. They did not follow what these orders by in the verses of Allah that urges them to unit. They were divided into sects and parties. The prophet is no longer one of them because they have followed the tales of men and demons. Muslims no longer follow the Prophet because of their dispersion and fragmentation while the prophet calls for unity, cooperation, collaboration and non-separation among Muslims.
The wrath of Allah Almighty fell upon Muslims as they aroused strife and wars among themselves. They destroyed their homeland, they killed their children and abandoned their women, and they shed the blood of millions of innocent victims. The Muslim blood was shed unjustly and aggressively because they abandoned the Qur’an and did not follow the divine approach. Allah Almighty warned Muslims by saying: “ And he who turns his back upon My spirit of truth that guides into all truth and does not keep Me in mind shall live a life of misery and hardness of fate and circumstances and We throng him in Day of Judgement as blind, lacking in intellectual, moral and spiritual perception as he was in life” (Taha: 124).
Therefore, there is no one single verse in the Holy Quran that orders to follow any of the false doctrines that does not match what Allah has revealed to them. The divine speech calls all people to Islam and unity and to stick to the faith of Allah. The divine speech warns against dividing Muslims into different sects, groups and parties. The divine speech urges Muslims to stick to one term (Muslims). Adhering to this claim removes the causes of division and partisan. The only affiliation should be to Islam, in confirmation to the Almighty saying: “He who adopts a system of faith and worship other than Islam simply bends on a system of faith and worships which does not have the standing upon the vantage ground of truth. Such a system of faith shall not be accepted from him and he shall be a great loser Hereafter” (Al-Imran: 85).