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First draft of response to Mohamed Morsi; xref: “What hath God wrought?”

Mohamed Morsi, center, standing, giving the first speech on Saturday
of his campaign for Egypt’s presidency. He is using an “Islam is the
solution” platform.

=========NH:
More consistent, unbiased practice of Islam is the solution:

La il aha, il la Allah

La (no) il (small) gods (aha) –

il(small) la (no) Allah (one God) –

because although God is in ‘he’, ‘she’, and ‘it’, God is greater.

Why?

Only God can stand alone or stand with any…

THEREFORE we seek to free ourselves from our dependency to stand apart from or stand with any in particular, and instead move toward the invisible hand of market forces and the open welcome of public mosques.

We seek to find a new prayer spot each time we pray, and after ascertaining we worship the same we God, we welcome any to pray with us each time we pray.

We are not gods. In order to do what Sura Al Fatiah orders us to do – we need partners who are not tormented, tortured, terrorized, corned, or
embarrassed, and who torment, torture, terrorize, corner, or embarrass
others not.

___________
* Sura Al Fatiah explains what is required to weave the fabric
(tapestry) of (eternal) life from the messiah self-repair soft, and
hard, ware dance and song book thread – woven throughout the fabric of
all creation

======Null Hypothesis//

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#891 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (07:04 AM)

Mohammed is a messenger, coach, ambassador, demonstrator, tour
guide, life guard, diplomat… to and from the one God.

Adam is the first messenger …so we outgrow the blind repetition of the self content inanimate which whirls about us counting off the years.

Eve is from the rib, or ribosome, or meiosis, or mitosis of Adam, therefore both you, Adam, and you, Eve, are rasulluulah: messengers, coaches, ambassadors, demonstrators, tour guides, life guards, diplomats – to and from the one God so we look and think to find our part – new – s

…diagnose and heal the apple, eat the apple, but LEAVE the tree.

Ashadu, Noah, from the descendants of Adam and Eve, rasulluulah, messenger, coach… so we outgrow complacency and be ready with evacuation strategies for enormous environmental changes…

Asahdu …Buddha …Mary …Isa …Mohammed

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#892 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (07:07 AM)

The New Islamists
In Egypt Race, Battle Is Joined on Islam’s Role
Moises Saman for The New York Times

Mohamed Morsi, center, standing, giving the first speech on Saturday
of his campaign for Egypt’s presidency. He is using an “Islam is the
solution” platform.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
Published: April 23, 2012

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CAIRO — He has argued for barring women and non-Muslims from Egypt’s
presidency on the basis of Islamic law, or Shariah. He has called for a
council of Muslim scholars to advise Parliament. He has a track record
of inflammatory statements about Israel, including repeatedly calling
its citizens “killers and vampires.”
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Mohamed Morsi is also a leading candidate to become the country’s next
president.

Mr. Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s dominant Islamist group,
declared last week that his party platform amounted to a distillation
of Islam itself.

“This is the old ‘Islam is the solution’ platform,” he said, recalling
the group’s traditional slogan in his first television interview as a
candidate. “It has been developed and crystallized so that God could
bless society with it.” At his first rally, he led supporters in a
chant: “The Koran is our constitution, and Shariah is our guide!”

One month before Egyptians begin voting for their first president
after Hosni Mubarak, Mr. Morsi’s record is escalating a campaign battle
here over the place of Islam in the new democracies promised by the
Arab Spring revolts.

Mr. Morsi, who claims to be the only true Islamist in the race, faces
his fiercest competition from a more liberal Islamist, Abdel Moneim
Aboul Fotouh, a pioneering leader of the Muslim Brotherhood who was
expelled from the group in June for arguing for a more pluralistic
approach to both Islam and Egypt. He is campaigning now as the leading
champion of liberal values in the race.

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#893 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (07:11 AM)

Both face a third front-runner, the former foreign minister Amr
Moussa, who argued this week that Egypt cannot afford an “experiment”
in Islamic democracy.

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#894 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (07:15 AM)

By contrast, Mr. Morsi, 60, is campaigning explicitly both as a more
conservative Islamist and as a loyal executor of Mr. Shater’s plans. He
campaigns with Mr. Shater under a banner with both their faces,
fueling critics’ charges that he would be a mere servant of Mr. Shater
and the Brotherhood’s executive board.

===NH:
xref: Shatner; xref: Captain Kirk; xref: you Kurt H.; xref: science
fair; xref: the one, 100% consistent, unbiased logic of who, or why,
does not need any, including not needing to not need, and is therefore
ready and willing to create, sustain, welcome, perfect, return, and
invite – any.
============NH//

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#895 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (07:16 AM)

But Mr. Morsi is also courting the ultraconservative Salafis, whose
popular candidate, Hazem Salah Abu Ismail, was also disqualified

======NH:
Defusing the Charismatic? And including one of whose own to balance
the other?
=======NH//

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#896 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (07:17 AM)

“Some want to stop our march to an Islamic future, where the grace of
God’s laws will be implemented and provide an honest life to all,”

=========NH:
“Some want to stop our march to an Islamic future, where the grace of
the laws of God will be implemented and provide an honest life to all,”
=======NH//

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#897 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (07:45 AM)

Although he received a Ph.D. in engineering at the University of
Southern California in 1982, Mr. Morsi spent the past decade as a
public spokesman for the Brotherhood’s political wing, where he left a
far more extensive and controversial record than Mr. Shater did. Last
year, for example, Mr. Morsi led a boycott of a major Egyptian
cellphone company because its founder, Naguib Sawiris, a Coptic
Christian, had circulated on Twitter a cartoon of Mickey Mouse in a
long beard with Minnie in a full-face veil — a joke Mr. Morsi said
insulted Islam.

===========NH:
xref: “The Mickey Mouse Club theme song is a children’s introduction
to republican democracy – “Who’s the leader …of the club

{xref: Walk softly, and carry…}

…that’s made for you and me?

{xref: “One nation under ‘We the People’, created by whom? Also xref:
“This land is your land, this land is my land…” Woody Gutherie}

M.I.C. {xref: spelling and beiong olde enough to know or do what. Also
xref: mic re: microphone}

K.E.Y. {xref: embedded meanings and clueds}

M.O.U.S.E.

{Ability to spell correctly; xref: write in candidates. Therefore:
W.L.H. –
M.A.O.
M.A.I.N.E or what?}

Then saying what has been spelled to reward the effort of having
learned how to spell it.

“Mickey Mouse,”

And then the minority candidate interjects,

“DONALD DUCK!” – without having been first introduced so kindly.

“Mickey Mouse,” – the majority continues undisturbed by the
interruption

“DONALD DUCK!” – but the minority candidate is persistent.

“Forever let us hold our banner High, high, hi”

xref: the last word of whose prayer, ‘majeed’; xref: the English word
for royalty, ‘majesty’; xref: forever; xref: the Coca-cola ad campaign
which came out after who publicly recited the end of whose prayer once
near a corner store.

Also xref: “Hi el Salat! All come to p.r.a.y. – your right to pause
and say in this move along world.

Also xref; internet banners which appeared several generations later.

“So come along and join our club and all our company…”

xref: “When our creator calls, we come – this is the first and great
command, and the second is like unto it – come together, con – gress –
walk side by side. And the third command is like unto the first two –
honor thy Mother and Father – seek entrances and exits for all so that
none might perish but find eternal, ‘Next!’,”

“M.I.c. – K.E.Y. [thn\]…”

Putting whose new skill to work immediately.

Also xref: “Anything worth saying once, is worth saying again –
especially when it has to do with being most welcoming to all as all
can feel, Iraqman, most perfecting – Iraheem,”

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#898 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (07:46 AM)

The New Islamists
In Egypt Race, Battle Is Joined on Islam’s Role
Moises Saman for The New York Times

Mohamed Morsi, center, standing, giving the first speech on Saturday
of his campaign for Egypt’s presidency. He is using an “Islam is the
solution” platform.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
Published: April 23, 2012

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CAIRO — He has argued for barring women and non-Muslims from Egypt’s
presidency on the basis of Islamic law, or Shariah. He has called for a
council of Muslim scholars to advise Parliament. He has a track record
of inflammatory statements about Israel, including repeatedly calling
its citizens “killers and vampires.”
The New Islamists

Deciding a Country’s Future

Articles in this series are exploring the rise of political Islam in
the Middle East, as Islamic movements struggle to remake the Arab
world.

Previous articles:

Keeper of Islamic Flame Rises as Egypt’s New Decisive Voice
Islamists’ Ideas on Democracy and Faith Face Test in Tunisia
Tunisia Faces a Balancing Act of Democracy and Religion

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The Muslim Brotherhood handled security in Mansura for an appearance
Sunday by Mr. Morsi.
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Mohamed Morsi is also a leading candidate to become the country’s next
president.

Mr. Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s dominant Islamist group,
declared last week that his party platform amounted to a distillation
of Islam itself.

“This is the old ‘Islam is the solution’ platform,” he said, recalling
the group’s traditional slogan in his first television interview as a
candidate. “It has been developed and crystallized so that God could
bless society with it.” At his first rally, he led supporters in a
chant: “The Koran is our constitution, and Shariah is our guide!”

One month before Egyptians begin voting for their first president
after Hosni Mubarak, Mr. Morsi’s record is escalating a campaign battle
here over the place of Islam in the new democracies promised by the
Arab Spring revolts.

Mr. Morsi, who claims to be the only true Islamist in the race, faces
his fiercest competition from a more liberal Islamist, Abdel Moneim
Aboul Fotouh, a pioneering leader of the Muslim Brotherhood who was
expelled from the group in June for arguing for a more pluralistic
approach to both Islam and Egypt. He is campaigning now as the leading
champion of liberal values in the race.

Both face a third front-runner, the former foreign minister Amr
Moussa, who argued this week that Egypt cannot afford an “experiment”
in Islamic democracy.

The winner could set the course for Egypt’s future, overseeing the
drafting of a new constitution, settling the status of its current
military rulers, and shaping its relations with the West, Israel and
its own Christian minority. But as the Islamists step toward power
across the region, the most important debate may be the one occurring
within their own ranks over the proper agenda and goals.

Mr. Morsi’s conservative record and early campaign statements have
sharpened the contrast between competing Islamist visions. The
Brotherhood, the 84-year-old religious revival group known here for its
preaching and charity as well as for its moderate Islamist politics,
took a much softer approach in the official platform it released last
year. It dropped the “Islam is the solution” slogan, omitted
controversial proposals about a religious council or a Muslim president
and promised to respect the Camp David accords with Israel. Its
parliamentary leaders distanced themselves from the Salafis,
ultraconservative Islamists who won a quarter of the seats in
Parliament.

The Brotherhood’s original nominee was its leading strategist, Khairat
el-Shater, a businessman known for his pragmatism. He had close
personal ties to Salafi leaders, but he did not leave much of a paper
trail besides an opinion column in a Western newspaper stressing the
Brotherhood’s commitment to tolerance and democracy. Mr. Shater was
disqualified last week because of a past conviction at a Mubarak-era
political trial. In his short-lived campaign he stressed the
Brotherhood’s plans for economic development and rarely, if ever,
brought up Islamic law.

By contrast, Mr. Morsi, 60, is campaigning explicitly both as a more
conservative Islamist and as a loyal executor of Mr. Shater’s plans. He
campaigns with Mr. Shater under a banner with both their faces,
fueling critics’ charges that he would be a mere servant of Mr. Shater
and the Brotherhood’s executive board.

But Mr. Morsi is also courting the ultraconservative Salafis, whose
popular candidate, Hazem Salah Abu Ismail, was also disqualified. Mr.
Morsi may be tacking to the right to court the Salafis as a swing vote
in the contest with Mr. Aboul Fotouh, or he may merely be expressing
more conservative, older impulses within the Brotherhood.

“Some want to stop our march to an Islamic future, where the grace of
God’s laws will be implemented and provide an honest life to all,” he
proclaimed Saturday night at his first rally, in a Nile delta town.
“Our Salafi brothers, the Islamic group, we are united in our aims and
Islamic vision. The Islamic front must unite so we can fulfill this
vision.”

Although he received a Ph.D. in engineering at the University of
Southern California in 1982, Mr. Morsi spent the past decade as a
public spokesman for the Brotherhood’s political wing, where he left a
far more extensive and controversial record than Mr. Shater did. Last
year, for example, Mr. Morsi led a boycott of a major Egyptian
cellphone company because its founder, Naguib Sawiris, a Coptic
Christian, had circulated on Twitter a cartoon of Mickey Mouse in a
long beard with Minnie in a full-face veil — a joke Mr. Morsi said
insulted Islam.

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Mayy El Sheikh and Dina Salah Amer contributed reporting.

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#899 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (08:07 AM)

(Hidden Response… 39 lines)

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#900 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (08:55 AM)

As at many stops, Mr. Aboul Fotouh was also asked to confront rumors
circulated in an online video — by Brotherhood operatives, his
supporters charge — that if elected president, he would order the
arrest of all the group’s members.

=========NH:
xref: the duty of whom has insider knowledge to put ON the table what
is going on UNDER the table –

…and as part of accomplishing that,
finally telling what who was thinking when who said,

“I cannot tell a lie,” –

…but granting PARDONS to those ensnared by their own lies

…due to the ELECTED leaders not making legal, “on the table” avenues
of participation available sooner towards the goal of “Memorize and
outgrow it,”

Thus you, Mohammed Isa, can love and solve the OPEN secret of legal
society (trust networks) KNOWINGLY delegating the hard work of growing,
distributing, and using controlled substances to illegal “under the
table” organizations –

…because, it is OUR own fault we have not shown the legally elected
leaders how to deal with such powerful ‘high test’ fuel – via LEGAL
buddy systems and HEALTHY, legal environments – ON the table.

However, it is up to each mosque and church to decide for itself
whether you will permit incomplete muslims to worship in the same
prayer line with you.

Addiction moves you closer to worshipping a small god.

This is why we try to eat a wide variety of foods – to demonstrate our
independence from any one particular food.

This is why we observe the month of Ramadan – to strengthen our
ability to be flexible (independent) about when we do what we must do.

This moves us closer toward the one, one hundred percent independence

…and away from the many possible dependencies upon narrow [[Rhnhnhnhn
rhn.]] small gods, or food niches, or feelings, or moods [Rpms. Gear
shift]

xref: decentralized [rpms] locally controlled programs – checked and
balanced by citizen audits, and the use of town hall ‘screen names’
(email addresses) to protect the privacy of participants, and legal,
healthy environments, and self testing, and schedules… toward the
goal of “Memorize and outgrow those controlled substances, until you
find what you can do how frequently – without harm,” –

Or better yet, memorize and grow your skills of “stand alone, or stand
with, whose choice to what degree”,

…so you find you are STRONG enough, and HAPPY enough to never need

…controlled substances,

…or professional intimacy therapy,

…or commercial hypnosis –

…and instead you find you are strong enough and happy enough to
flourish –

…with a simple, unrefined, balanced diet of nutritious foods,

…and YOUR own ability to answer YOUR emotions honestly,

…and your own INTERNAL and external suggestions YOU find by pursuing
what YOU want to do (with or without whom) –

…so

…substances,

…and intimacy,

…and suggestions

…are part of your (active) search,

“Knock and it shall be open. Seek and ye shall find,”

…for what you THINK and feel –

…the ONE, one hundred percent independence wants YOU to do with your
life.

Diagnose and heal those who would put sex, drugs, and entertainment in
your mouth as pacifiers to make you be quiet.

Diagnose and heal those who say, “As long as I don’t see it,” is
adequate proof who is being responsible about whose consumption of
whose daily bread.

INSTEAD, memorize (recite ) and GROW your skills of “Stand alone, or
stand with. Whose choice? To what degree?”

Why? So you find you are STRONG enough, and HAPPY enough to continue
to move toward greater independence –

…and thus make your dependencies more VOLUNTARY, which is another way
of saying, more free;

xref: “Divisible, distributable, repeatable, renewable [^]…

…secure, effective*, free, fair, and peace full ly

…happen

…ing

…ness

…es.

The highest chain of command (order of pre-requisites).

___________
*streamlined

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#901 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (08:59 AM)

(Hidden Response… 9 lines)

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#902 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (09:06 AM)

…by defying the Brotherhood, in part by running for president. When
a member breaks away, Mr. Morsi said in the interview, “we don’t blame
him; we pity him.”

==========NH:
When a member breaks away, Mr. Morsi said in the interview, “We blame
ourselves. Why could we not diagnose and heal him yet? What more about
‘ideena s-siratal mustaqueem’ do we need to know? When WILL we produce
enough, and explain enough, and HEAL enough to remain united, no matter
HOW much choice who acquires about selecting whose prayer spots, and
prayer lines, and Hajj dates?”
==========NH//

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#903 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (09:08 AM)

The New Islamists
In Egypt Race, Battle Is Joined on Islam’s Role
Published: April 23, 2012

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When the Brotherhood first considered trying to start a political
party under Mr. Mubarak, in 2007, Mr. Morsi was in charge of drafting a
hypothetical platform. One provision called for restricting the
presidency to Muslim men. “The state which we seek can never be
presided over by a non-Muslim,” he said at the time on the group’s Web
site, arguing that the Brotherhood wanted both a tolerant
constitutional democracy and an expressly “Islamic state.”
The New Islamists

Deciding a Country’s Future

Articles in this series are exploring the rise of political Islam in
the Middle East, as Islamic movements struggle to remake the Arab
world.

Previous articles:

Keeper of Islamic Flame Rises as Egypt’s New Decisive Voice
Islamists’ Ideas on Democracy and Faith Face Test in Tunisia
Tunisia Faces a Balancing Act of Democracy and Religion

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In “a state whose top priorities include spreading and protecting the
religion of Allah,” he said, Islam assigned the president some duties
and powers that “can’t be carried out by a non-Muslim president.”

Another provision called for a council of scholars to advise
Parliament on fidelity to Islamic law. But unlike Iran’s Guardian
Council, he said, it would be independent of the state, and its
findings would be nonbinding.

Mr. Morsi also brings to the race a reputation as an enforcer of
Brotherhood rules of obedience, even in politics. When a group of young
online activists known as the Brotherhood bloggers argued that the
platform Mr. Morsi oversaw contradicted the group’s stated commitment
to pluralism, Mr. Morsi met with a group of them at his office.

“He said, ‘This is the Muslim Brothers’ interpretation of Islam, and
this is Islam, and it’s nobody else’s business,’ ” recalled Mohamed
Ayyash, a former Brotherhood blogger who helped organize the meeting.
“He said: ‘You can’t talk like that. You can’t talk to the media.’ ”

“He said, ‘This is Islam the way the Muslim Brotherhood sees it,’ ”
Mr. Ayyash recalled. (The Morsi campaign declined to comment on the
meeting.)

Mohamed Habib, a former deputy chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood who
years ago appointed Mr. Morsi to oversee its political arm, said,
“There is no doubt that Morsi is more conservative than the
conservatives” in the Brotherhood, including Mr. Shater.

The presidential race is now shaping up in some ways as a rematch of
the internal debate over that hypothetical platform. Mr. Aboul Fotouh,
Mr. Morsi’s current opponent in the presidential race, was one of the
few Brotherhood leaders who openly opposed the scholars council and
presidency restrictions. Two years later, he was removed from the
executive board in a conservative purge.

While Mr. Morsi has the Brotherhood’s organization behind him, Mr.
Aboul Fotouh is considered more charismatic and carries strong Islamist
credentials. While Mr. Morsi was working toward his engineering degree
in Los Angeles in the late 1970s, Mr. Aboul Fotouh was founding an
Islamist student movement that went on to merge with and revitalize the
more established Muslim Brotherhood. He stood up to former President
Anwar el-Sadat in a face-to-face confrontation at Cairo University.

Mr. Aboul Fotouh, a physician, also led the Brotherhood-dominated
doctors’ syndicate, which ran the field hospitals during the protests
that toppled Mr. Mubarak last year.

Addressing a crowd of thousands last week in Imbaba, a poor
neighborhood of Cairo, Mr. Aboul Fotouh all but brushed off questions
about Islamic law.

“Egypt has been proud of its Islamic and Arabic identity for 15
centuries,” he said. “Are we waiting for the Parliament to convert us?”
Besides, he said, the correct understanding of Islamic law should not
be reduced to penalties or restrictions but should mean “all mercy and
justice.”

As at many stops, Mr. Aboul Fotouh was also asked to confront rumors
circulated in an online video — by Brotherhood operatives, his
supporters charge — that if elected president, he would order the
arrest of all the group’s members.

After the overthrow of Mr. Mubarak, Mr. Aboul Fotouh said, the
Egyptian public would never allow another president to detain
Islamists, leftists or anyone else for political reasons. “If he did
this, the Egyptian people would be the ones to detain him!”

As for his former colleagues in the Muslim Brotherhood, Mr. Aboul
Fotouh said he believed that they should be treated just like any other
nonprofit group. “They have to be legal associations and to work with
transparency and clarity,” he said repeatedly. “All associations and
all parties are equal before the law.”

To the Brotherhood, though, it was also a threat. The enforcement of
Western-style financial and disclosure requirements could force the
Brotherhood to separate its political party from its charitable and
preaching organizations, depriving the party of much of its financing
and clout while simultaneously diminishing the Brotherhood board’s
control of the party.

As for Mr. Aboul Fotouh, Mr. Morsi suggested that he had brought on
his own expulsion by defying the Brotherhood, in part by running for
president. When a member breaks away, Mr. Morsi said in the interview,
“we don’t blame him; we pity him.”
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COMMENT

Old business:
1. It is permitted to read ‘Creator’ for the word ‘heavenly Father’ so
who might reasonably misunderstand; xref: Zeus, Hera, etc. Likewise,
it is permitted to read, ‘messiah’ for ‘son of God’ or ‘who’ for ‘he’
when the third person pronoun is used to refer to God.
2. Is there any reason who should not form one, or more, limited
liability companies (LLC) for the purpose of four men and four women
adopting, and / or conceiving, rearing, educating, endowing, and
emancipating four to eight children…?
3. Soccer shoes; xref:
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New business:
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2. http://theislamiccenter.com/ – Please tell them brother haji
Mohammed Omar, aka, William Hale, sent you regarding collaborative
efforts re: South African missionary work, also xref: Senegal, Sudan,
Somalia, Sierra Leone…

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#889 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Mon 23 Apr 2012 (07:18 AM)

In Remembrance of Allah (SWT) – II

Children of the Qur~an Islamic Institute, Chicago, Illinois

In today’s world we listen to many leaders, speakers, people on the
streets, read the newspapers, listen to the TV and radio, keep up with
live feeds on the internet, yet we can never be satisfied with what we
hear. We are not at peace with ourselves nd the world, because our
harst can’t’ find rest.

In today’s world {xref: *Today’s Man* clothing store) we listen to
many leaders, speakers, people on the streets, read the newspapers,
listen to the TV and radio, and keep up with live feeds on the
internet, yet we can be satisfied with what we hear only when each and
every human being enjoys his or her un-separable, unalienable right to
stand alone, or stand with – whose choice, to what degree – regarding
unity (La il aha il la Allah), consideration (Salat), charity (Zakat),
abstinence (Ramadan), and pilgrimage (Haj).

We are at peace with ourselves, but the world suffers from unnecessary
dependencies due to two reasons – whose failure to seek to do what is
permitted and required of us by Allah, and to know what Allah makes
impossible. And secondly due to whose efforts to hold whom down.

Four of the five pillars of faith are physical tests: five (5)
personal breaks a day when their is nothing between whom and whose God,
practice regular charity and to those who ask, abstain from unpenting
hunger or sexual desire (swallowing anything or climaxing to orgasm)
during the day light hours of Ramadan toward the goal of perfecting
self control for whenever we may need it, and pilgrimage – haj, once in
our life time if we are physically and financially able – a lesson in
long term planning, saving, travel, and unity of all intelligence.

We are not at peace with ourselves but the hearts of the world can’t
find rest because hypnotists spend borrowed money to buy votes to
divide and conquer and rule by slim majorities instead of ruing by
consensus with decentralized, participatory, grass-roots consensus.

We listen to may leaders – among them you, Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz Al
Saud, the Custodian of the two holy mosques (the kaba, which is the
oldest treasure house, the oldest scientific laboratory, the oldest
house of God, and also the mosque of our prophet Mohammed may peace be
upon him, and all who further his guidance).

Likewise we listen to you, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister of
Turkey, and you, Saad el-Katatni, Speaker of the Parliament of Egypt,
and you, Bashar al-Assad, President of Syria, and you, Ali Sadreddine
Bayanouni, and also you Sayyid Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader of Iran,
and you Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Caliph of Dubai, and you, Prime
Minster Nouri Kamil Mohammed Hasan al-Maliki of Iraq, and also you,
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and you, Caliph Sidi Moulay Mohammed
(Mohammed VI) of Morocco, and so in the enumeration of each and every
leader on the list of those entrusted to show us the straight way –
ideena s-siratal mustaqueem – the way which makes the acquisition of
our daily bread (our daily fun, our daily rest) consistent with the one
hundred percent consistent, unbiased logic of the one God who makes
possible all permutations and combinations of ‘stand alone, or stand
with’ – whose choice to what degree?

We also listen to speakers like you, the muslim brotherhood, and you,
The Islamic Speakers Bureau of Atlanta (ISB), CAIR, and whoe else.

Bismellah, bless, we open to you, Allah, and thereby keep our eyes and
ears open to people on the streets, like you, our brother (s) who beg
– and their messages as well as newspapers, TV, and radio.

Live feeds on the internet

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#890 of 903: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 24 Apr 2012 (07:02 AM)

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