Why They Hate Islam

by Hakeem Khan – (henrymakow.com) Feb 22, 2013

(Hakeem Khan is a 27-year old American born and living in Chicago.)

The perfection of God is beyond our comprehension. 
Sometimes what you think is bad for you ends up being a huge blessing in disguise.  I worked in sales for a large telecom company for five years before quitting because the corporate culture was too dehumanizing.
Being unemployed was the best thing that could’ve happened to me because it freed up precious time for me to think deeply and seek the truth. 
Although I was born Muslim, I only began practicing after this process.  Through my discoveries, it became quite evident that the Illuminati were trying to systematically remove God from our lives and play god themselves. 
“He promises them and entices them; what the devil promises is no more than an illusion.”(Quran 4:120)
 It became clear to me that God was the solution.
The Arabic word Islam simply means ‘submission’, and derives from a word meaning ‘peace’.  In a religious context, Islam means complete submission to the will of God.    “[He] who created death and life to test you [as to] which of you is best in deed – and He is the Exalted in Might, the Forgiving.” (Quran, 67:2).
 This life is all a test.  We have the choice of either submitting to the will of God or not (the Satanist “do what thou wilt…”).   �

“And hold fast, altogether, by the rope Which Allah (stretches out for you), and be not divided among yourselves.” (Qur’an 3:103) (Note: Allah is Arabic for “The One God.”) 
God wants us to be united and has always sent humanity the same religion.  Satan wants to divide and conquer : just look at all the sects within the same religion (including Islam). 
There’s a very subtle and damaging affect to religious sects.  When there are divisions in something as sacred as religion, you start to doubt the very existence of God and the legitimacy of religion.  The result : agnosticism, atheism, and hedonism leading to debauchery and corruption.

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