The British And Hempher

Hempher is a British missionary who was assigned the task of carrying on espionage activities in Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Hidjaz and in Istanbul, the center of the (Islamic) caliphate, misleading Muslims and serving Christianity, by means of the Ministry of British Commonwealth of Nations. The British state policy is essentially based on methods of exploiting the natural riches of the world, particularly those in Africa and India, employing their inhabitants like beasts, and transferring all the resultant revenue to Britain.

No matter how assiduously the enemies of Islam may strive to annihilate Islam, they will never be able to extinguish this light of Allâhu ta'âlâ. For Allâhu ta'âlâ declares as follows, as purported in the twelfth and sixty-third âyats of Yûsuf sûra and in the ninth âyat of Hijr sûra of the Qur'ân al-kerîm: "I have revealed this Qur'ân to thee. Verily I shall be its protector." Disbelievers will not be able to desecrate it, change it or defile it. They shall never extinguish that light.

Allâhu ta'âlâ sent the Qur'ân al-kerîm to His beloved Prophet Muhammad 'alaihis-salâm' revealing it over a twenty-three year period through His angel named Jebrâ'îl. Abû Bekr "radiyallâhu ta'âlâ 'anh", the first Khalîfa, had the 6236 âyats, which were sent by Allâhu ta'âlâ, compiled, and thus the great book named Mushaf was formed. Muhammad 'alaihis-salâm' explained the whole the Qur'ân al-kerîm to his As-hâb. The Islamic scholars wrote down whatever they heard from the As-hâb-i-kirâm.

Thousands of books of tafsîr (explanation) thus formed were published in every country. All copies of the Qur'ân al-kerîm existent throughout the world today are identical. There is not even a single literal or diacritical difference in any of them. For fourteen centuries Muslims worked in the lightsome way taught by the Qur'ân al-kerîm and made progress in knowledge, in ethics, in science, arts, trade, and politics. They established great States. After the French Revolution in 1204 [C. E. 1789], European youth saw the immoralities, cruelties, robberies and mendacities being perpetrated by churches and priests, and, as a result, some of them became Muslims, while others turned into atheists. The farther away from Christianity, the more progress they made in science and technology. For Christianity was an impediment to worldly endeavours and progress.

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 Wahhâbî 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 Wahhâbî 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. Wahhâbîs help demolish Islam.