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Allah is a Kafir Polytheist
When someone makes an oath, they swear by something considered greater or more worthy than themselves. We also find this in everyday life, when someone swears on their parents or children's lives, or someone swears on their respective holy books to speak the truth in a court of law.
The following are verses from the Qur'an, where we find Allah swearing oaths:
I swear by the Book that makes manifest (the truth). Qur'an 44:2
Qaf. I swear by the glorious Quran (that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah) Qur'an 50:1
I swear by the wind that scatters far and wide, Qur'an 51:1
I swear by the Mountain, Qur'an 52:1 I swear by the star when it goes down. Qur'an 53:1
But nay! I swear by the falling of stars; Qur'an 56:75
Noon. I swear by the pen and what the angels write, Qur'an 68:1
Nay; I swear by the moon, Qur'an 74:32
Nay! I swear by the day of resurrection. Qur'an 75:1
I swear by the emissary winds, sent one after another (for men's benefit), Qur'an 77:1
I swear by the angels who violently pull out the souls of the wicked, Qur'an 79:1
I swear by the mansions of the stars, Qur'an 85:1
I swear by the heaven and the comer by night; Qur'an 86:1
I swear by the daybreak, Qur'an 89:1
Nay! I swear by this city. Qur'an 90:1
I swear by the sun and its brilliance, Qur'an 91:1
I swear by the night when it draws a veil, Qur'an 92:1
I swear by the early hours of the day, Qur'an 93:1
I swear by the fig and the olive, Qur'an 95:1
I swear by the runners breathing pantingly, Qur'an 100:1
I swear by the time, Qur'an 103:1
From the above verses, we see that Allah does not swear by himself. Instead, Allah implies that the stars, the moon, the 'brilliance' of the sun, and a man-made city are greater than Allah. He even swears by the time and weather - the very things he is supposed to have created. He even swears by such menial things as fruits.
The following are various hadiths on swearing oaths.
Narrated AbuHurayrah: The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: Do not swear by your fathers, or by your mothers, or by rivals to Allah; and swear by Allah only, and swear by Allah only when you are speaking the truth. Sunan Abu Dawud 21:3242
Narrated Buraydah ibn al-Hasib: The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: He who swears by Amanah (faithfulness) is not one of our number. Sunan Abu Dawud 21:3247
Narrated Abdullah ibn Umar: Sa'id ibn Ubaydah said: Ibn Umar heard a man swearing: No, I swear by the Ka'bah. Ibn Umar said to him: I heard the Apostle of Allah (peace be upon him) say: He who swears by anyone but Allah is polytheist. Sunan Abu Dawud 21:3245
From the above, we see Muhammad warning Muslims that they are not to swear by their parents, the Kaaba, not even by their faith, but by Allah and Allah alone.
Muhammad said that he who swears by anyone but Allah is a polytheist. Yet, in the Qur'an we find Allah did not swear by himself – instead he did as a polytheist apparently would. According to Muhammad, the final Messenger himself, Allah is a kafir polytheist. And we all know how Islam views polytheism.
Answering Malay Islam, Menyoal Jawab Kristian. The Malays want to witness to Christians. Berdakwah kepada orang Kristian.
Q: Muslims do not worship the kaabah, the meteorite, the moon god al illah. Muhammad did not bow to al lat, manat and al uzza. Abraham built the kaabah.
A: Why worship at a pagan temple? Did Jesus bow and worship at the kaabah? Prove it. You say your allah is everywhere. Can I change the direction of the kiblat to point to, say, Siberia?