The Quran (القرآن), Sahih al Bukhari (صحيح البخاري), Sahih Muslim (صحيح مسلم), Sunan al-Sughra (السنن الصغرى), Sunan Abu Dawud (سنن أبي داود), Sunan’ al-Tirmidhi (جامع الترمذي), Sunan Ibn Mājah (سُنن ابن ماجه), Biography of Muhammed by Abu Muhammad ‘Abd al-Malik bin Hisham ibn Ayyub al-Himyari (أبو محمد عبدالمالك بن هشام). There are 140 volumes in our core collection of Islamic books which form a primary Islamic Shari’ah, and the essential meaning of Islam.
These books are the canonical books of Islam. They are not fictional. They are not imaginary. If you read them, then it would be difficult to assert anything other than that Islam, is at best, in need of a real reformation. For the born again Christian, if what can be found in these books were found in the New Testament, then Christianity would fail. Yet Islam repeatedly claims that it is peaceful and balanced.
All research on Christianity, as well, comparative studies in Islam (theologically), are based on our library of reference books. These are Lexical, Theological, Historical, Sacred Texts or Codices – both Individual and Inter Linear – Including English, Arabic, Greek, Hebrew, Syriac, Aramaic and Latin texts, extending to over three thousand resources. All significant, or else important Qur’anic English translations, as well, a’Hadith and Sira in Arabic and English, are included.
Islam, as well as Christianity, when based on their canonical books are clear, unambiguous and final. There have been many people in Britain historically and presently, that make a formal claim to either faith belief. What you cannot know is what that faith belief is. Unless you are a born again Christian, or else an orthodox Muslim, then you are neither. You can call yourself by any name and lay hold to any supposed or else real books of any faith group. You can demonstrate why you believe what you do believe, and why that belief represents no threat to society as a whole. However, we can demonstrate that Islam at its core is a threat to Britain if it is allowed to shape either our law or our national life.
Britain, is historically based in common law, which itself is shaped from Judaic and Christian doctrine. That doctrine is being changed for liberal and secular reasons, and by now reflects an increasing shift to what is called, humanism. Humanism is legally framed from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
THE CRŒSASID PARTY is a private political party. As such we are not intent on promoting or else upholding a Christian doctrine at the necessary refusal of a religious view of Islam. What we can do, given that we hold to a formal and clear Christian belief, is also establish what such a formal and clear belief would look like in Islam.
Mormons claim to be Christian. However, Mormons believe that Jesus is the spiritual brother of Satan. Are Mormons therefore Christian? Jehovahs’ Witnesses claim to be Christian. Yet Jehovahs’ Witnesses believe that Jesus is Michael the Arch Angel. Are Jehovahs’ Witnesses Christian? Christianity is not an opinion. It is a theological fact derived from Hebrew and Greek codices. We call these Scriptures. Islam is the same. Islam has its canonical books and no amount of political posturing around concerns for racism, will alter a single word of what they contain.
You can fictionalise faith and make your choice, and even choose to be a pink elephant who is sent by a pink god to make all men pink. The law makes it so. What the law cannot now do is define what being a Muslim is. In the same way the law cannot define what being a Christian is. The law expects that when challenged as to the meaning of either Islam, or else Christianity, that belief will be demonstrable and supported by essentially material facts.
So where will you get that information from? It comes from the canonical books of Islam for the Muslim and from the canonical Scriptures for Christians.
Unless you know what Muslims believe – not a fictional account of Islam, but a real, canonical, and therefore orthodox Islam, you do not know Islam.You can claim that all society needs is an agreement to live by the rule of common law, and that is sufficient. I agree. However, how will you know when orthodox Islam is finding its way in our society? If you have no idea what Islam really is – as defined by its books – the Recitation (Qur’an), a’Hadith (Traditions) and the Sira (Muhammed’s biography), how will you know that what you have received, as an equal agent of influence, is not Islam, but a pretentious fiction? How will you know therefore when real Islam asserts itself and shapes your life permanently because you have been told by other supposed Muslims that what you can see is not Islam, but a fraud? Islam is Islam. Christianity is Christianity. They will not be going away. Unless you know them – you do not know them. It is really that simple.
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