Popularizing The Vulnerable Spots

The book given to Hempher, a British missionary who was assigned the task of serving Christianity and telling how to demolish Islam, recommended to vitiate Muslims' staunch spots and to expose their weaknesses, and it prescribed the methods for accomplishing this. The following are some of the steps for exposing their vulnerable spots advised by it:

- Establish controversies by inducing animosity among disputing groups, inoculating mistrust, and by publishing literature to further incite controversies.

- Popularize all sorts of interest. For interest not only ruins national economy, but also accustoms Muslims to disobeying the Koranic rules. Once a person has violated one article of law, it will be easy for him to violate the other articles, too.

- Spread false charges of atrocity against scholars, cast sordid aspersions against them and thus alienate Muslims from them. We shall disguise some of our spies as them. Then we shall have them commit squalid deeds. Thus they will be confused with scholars and every scholar will be looked upon with suspicion.


A person who reads the book Confessions of a British Spy with attention will realize that Islam's arch enemy is the British and will know very well that the Wahhabi sect, whose votaries have been attacking the Sunnite Muslims all over the world, was founded and is being supported by the British. This book proves with documentaries that the Wahhabi sect was founded by British unbelievers with a view to annihilating Islam. Those who read Wahhabite books and learn the inner, essential facts about them realize that these confessions are true. Wahhabis help demolish Islam.

No matter how hard the British may try, they will not be able to annihilate the Ahl as-sunna [1] , who are true Muslims, but they themselves will perish, instead. For Allahu ta'ala gives the good news through the eighty-first ayat [2] of Isra sura [3] that the heretics that will appear will be beaten and annihilated by the people of the right way.

[1] Ahl as-Sunna (wa'l-Jama'a): the true pious Muslims who follow as-Sahabat al-kiram. These are called Sunni Muslims. A Sunni Muslim adapts himself to one of the four Madhhabs. These madhhabs are Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi'i and Hanbali.
[2] ayat: A verse of al-Qur'an al-karim; al-ayat al-karima.
[3] suura(t): a Qur'anic chapter [a chapter of the Qur'an].