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[7] Zionism – [Intoxication with desire for control and an absence of sound rectification]

In The Name of Allah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy.

Allah [The Exalted] said:

وَإِذَا قُلۡتُمۡ فَٱعۡدِلُواْ وَلَوۡ ڪَانَ ذَا قُرۡبَىٰ‌ۖ

And when you testify, be just, even if (it concerns) a near relative. [a]

When you testify by way of a statement to judge between people, differentiate between them in a discourse, and speak regarding matters and circumstances, be just in your speech, adhere to truthfulness regarding those you love and those you hate, be fair and do not conceal what needs to be made clear because it is forbidden and tantamount to injustice to divert (from justice and fairness) when speaking against the one you hate. [b]

Therefore, we remind ourselves of the fact that not all Jews are engaged in the plots of the Zionists, as Shaikh Abu Iyaad [may Allah preserve him] stated, “It is important to note that not all Jews are involved in these intrigues and the Jews as a population have, throughout history, been subject to the whims and desires of their religious and political leaders, and have been made to undergo much persecution as a result”. Must read below:

The Zionist Christian priest, William Hechler, 1845-1931, was sent by the British government in 1882 to Istanbul to meet the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamid and tried to convince him of the issue of settling the Jews in Palestine. He made great efforts in that, and so the Zionists described him as “the Christian lover of Zion” because he said that Israel existed in Jerusalem, and ruled from there, as king of kings, for a thousand years. When he was a chaplain at the British embassy in Austria, in early 1886, he got to know Herzl, [c] and deep connections developed between them. Through this friendship, Herzl got to know many European leaders, especially Grand Duke of Baden, Frederick. The first is that Hechler was a private tutor for his son, and this helped to establish links between Herzl and the German Frederick Kaiser. Hechler was the first to present to Herzl a map of Palestine, with its borders – in the view of the Jews – from the Euphrates to the Nile. He also came to the Basle Conference in 1897, accompanied by Herzl, considering himself the secretary of the Messiah, and then he chanted loudly when they entered Herzl into the meeting hall, saying: “Long live the king, long live the king”, meaning “Herzl”. He spoke at the conference, asking the Jews to wake up because God – as they claimed – called them to return to their ancient homeland. [1] 

[a] Translator: Shaikh Abu Iyaad. NobleQur’an

[b] An Excerpt from Tafseer as-Sadi. Slightly paraphrased


[1]An Excerpt from “As-Sahyuniyyah An-Nasraaniyyah, Diraasah Fee Daw’i Al-Aqeedah Al-islaamiyyah”. pages 289-290