The Worst Enemies Of Islam

Allâhu ta'âlâ declared in the eighty-second âyat of Mâida sûra of Qur'ân al-kerîm, "The worst enemies of Islam are the Jews and mushriks." The first mischief contrived to demolish Islam from within was instigated by a Jew, namely Abdullah bin Sebe' of Yemen. He established the Shiite sect against the Ahl as-sunna, the true Muslim group. From then on, Jews under the cloak of Shiite scholars in every century consolidated this sect.

After the Ascension (alive) of 'Îsâ 'alaihissalâm' a number of corrupt Bibles were written. Most of the Christians became mushriks (those who believe in more than one god). Others became kâfirs (disbelievers) since they did not believe Muhammad 'alaihissalâm'. These and the Jews were called Ahl-i kitâb (people with a heavenly book). When Islam was established, the hegemony of priests, as in the Dark Ages, collapsed.

They founded missionary organizations to abolish Islam. The British were the forerunners of this subversion. A Ministry of the Commonwealth was established in London with a view to fighting against Islam. People who worked in this Ministry were taught the Jewish tricks. Contriving inconceivably vicious plans, they attacked Islam using all available military and political forces toward this end. Hempher, only one of the thousands of male and female agents employed and sent to all countries by this ministry, entrapped a person named Muhammad of Najd in Basra, misled him for several years, and caused him to establish the sect called Wahhâbî in 1125 [1713 A. D.]. They announced this sect in 1150 [1737 A. D.].

Hempher says: In the Hijrî year 1122, C. E. 1710, the Minister of the Commonwealth sent me to Egypt, Iraq, Hidjaz and Istanbul to act as a spy and to obtain information necessary and sufficient for the breaking up of the Muslims. The Ministry appointed nine more people, full of agility and courage, for the same mission and at the same time. In addition to the money, information and maps we would need, we were given a list containing names of statesmen, scholars, and chiefs of tribes. I will never forget! When I said farewell to the secretary, he said, "The future of our state is dependent on your success. Therefore you should exert your utmost energy."