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The Jews succeeded in filling the minds of the Israeli tales that distracted minds of Muslims who became so obsessive that the novels were able to overwhelm the verses of the Holy Qur’an. The Jews ridiculed money to print the books of the Hadith in millions and to publish these books around the world so as not to highlight the Qur’an and discover the truth of the Jews. Allah says (They wish they could, with all the feeling in their minds directed toward falsifying the truth, quench the very light of Allah by word of mouth, (that is by propagating false rumours and uttering error against Him). But Allah shall continue to send His illumination -the Quran- which proceeds from Him until the souls have been lit by the divine truth and enlightenment has prevailed albeit this is hateful to those who refuse to acknowledge the truth.). (Alsaff: 8)
The Jews scholars wrote these books and encouraged people to read them, and used money for propaganda for these books. The Jews scholars put the narrators of the Hadith as the basic reference to the faith of Islam to be the main source for the development of the jurisprudence of worship and transactions.
The tales added another dimension in the creation of ambiguity and confusion when Muslims created multiple sources and each source possessed his own narrators. This dilemma resulted in the emergence of multiple references and contradictory created misunderstandings, followed by the intellectual and physical clash between Muslims who were also engaged in claiming each sect as the survivor one. This conflict occurred and turned into fighting as it is today.
This continuous series lasted for fourteen centuries and the enemy reaps the benefits and continues to exploit the land and looting of wealth. The Muslims continued their conflict and fights doing a great service to their enemies and those who target them.
These tales became the basis of the Sunni and Shiite religious discourse. Many more sects and groups appeared after the poisonous disunion was planted among Muslims. A fierce enmity between Muslims flourished resulting in an armed clash.
Muslims continued to quarrel with each other, in addition to the intellectual fighting of controversy and philosophies. These conflicts wasted years in vain, and led to the abandonment of the Qur’an.
The Jews managed to achieve what they wanted, to isolate the Qur’an away from the lives of Muslims and urging them to follow the divine speech. Today’s evidence confirms the condemnation of the Qur’an verses of the Jews and the people of Israel. It is the divine warning that preached the future with divine wisdom.
Today we see that the Israelis rule the world, control the international economies and media. The Jews raise wars in order to maximize their financial capabilities. Through the weapons of economy and media, the Jews managed to control the future of the nations, create revolutions and spoil morals of all people. The Almighty condemned them by saying: “They never exhorted each other to laudable conduct but they shut their eyes to iniquities and abuses. Evil indeed is what they perpetrated of atrocities and wrong deeds” Almaidah (79)
(Have you not seen O Muhammad into the irreverent disposition of those who had their share of the Book and of divine Knowledge, (Ahl al-Kitab), how they exchange the guidance of Providence to the path of righteousness for the perplexed path in the maze of error and wish you would alienate you from the purpose of Allah and err and stray from the path of righteousness!) (Al Nisa: 44).
(Among the Jews are those who distort words from their [proper] usages and say, “We hear and disobey” and “Hear but be not heard” and “Ra’ina,” twisting their tongues and defaming the religion. And if they had said [instead], “We hear and obey” and “Wait for us [to understand],” it would have been better for them and more suitable. But Allah has cursed them for their disbelief, so they believe not, except for a few) (Al Nisa: 46).