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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on August 19, 2001 17:41:59 UTC

This is for your efforts my dear distant relatives:

SNIP>...(The Prophet said): "The ink of the learned will be weighed against the blood of the martyrs on the Resurrection Day.

As One reads One Learns; As One Learns One becomes Learned; As One becomes Learned One Leads As One Leads One Serves; As One Serves One Succeeds!

An excerpt from a chapter in:
"The Book Of Knowledge"

http://www.as-sidq.org/learnin1.html

We learn here the value of this statement: (Surah 59 verse 7) " Whatever the messenger gives you, accept it, and whatever the messenger forbids you, desist from it."

I quote this because of the Ignorant among (so-called Muslims) who profess that knowledge belongs to the clergy! Allah dose not discriminate against any individual who seeks the same Allah! Unfortunately the dogma remains from the time of the true Pharisees!


Read about "The Origin of Pharisees"

144:Of The Origin of Pharisees
http://barnabas.net/chapter_index.htm

Or directly at:
http://barnabas.net/barnabasP144.html

With much Love and Understanding

As Ever humble
Forever Learning

Jisbond



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