by Enver Masud
FREE ebook — "9/11 Unveiled" (Arabic, Chinese)
Muslims didn't do it — American Patriots
The Quran repeatedly calls on believers to seek knowledge. It uses
words such as "Why do they not ponder?" "Why do they not reflect?"
Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) reminded his followers "The first thing created by
God was the intellect." They were enjoined to "Seek knowledge from the
cradle to the grave."
Muslims went seeking knowledge "even unto China."
They resolved the conflict between reason and revelation in the ninth
century - long before it was resolved in the West.
But despite the Quran's warning, and the Sayings of the Prophet, when it
comes to "The 9/11 Commission Report," American Muslim "leaders" seem to
have accepted "The 9/11 Commission Report" as revelation.
Since 9/11, based on half-truths and little evidence, more than a million
Muslims have been killed in unjust wars. Millions more have been maimed,
wounded, displaced, imprisoned, tortured, and their cities destroyed.
Throughout it all, American Muslim "leaders" have maintained an
unquestioning silence regarding the fatal
flaws identified in "The 9/11 Commission Report" by hundreds of ordinary
Military, intelligence, and law enforcement personnel; architects,
engineers, and scientists; pilots and aviation personnel; religious leaders;
families of those affected by 9/11; and others have spoken out. They're calling for a
new investigation of 9/11.
In this movement for "9/11 Truth," American Muslim "leaders," with some
exceptions, have been conspicuous by their absence.
The renowned poet-philosoper Allama Iqbal
(1877-1938), in his famous "Shikwa & Jawab-i-Shikwa" (Man's Complaint and
God's Answer), wrote (translated from Urdu by Khushwant Singh):
With reason as your shield and the sword of love in your hand,
"The 9/11 Commission Report" is not revelation. It is time for American
Muslim "leaders" to seek knowledge, use their intellect, and deal with the
facts about 9/11.
Servant of God! the leadership of the world is at your command.
Enver Masud, "9/11 Unveiled,"
The Wisdom Fund (September 11, 2008)
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