I seek refuge in GOD from the
In the Name of GOD, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
Like other rituals in Islam, the call for prayer or Azaan, has been so severely distorted that it has completely lost its purpose and meaning. The true Azaan practiced by prophet Mohammad was dedicated solely to GOD alone. After the prophet's death, the idol worshipers added new phrases to Azaan to invoke his name. Almighty GOD specifically commands in the Quran that all rituals of Islam, the religion of Submission, must be exclusively dedicated to GOD ALONE:
Quran 6:162. Say, "My Contact Prayers (Salaat), my worship practices, my life and my death, are all devoted absolutely to GOD alone, the Lord of the universe.
Almighty GOD, the Teacher of the Quran, also prohibits invoking other names beside His name in places of worship:
Quran 72:18. The places of worship belong to GOD; do not call on anyone else beside GOD.
The true Azaan must be totally dedicated to GOD alone. Prior to the group prayer, the Moazzen (the person who recites the Azaan) with a voice that can be heard by the believers (aloud) calls them to group prayer. Four times he utters:
GOD is the Ultimate in Greatness
And once he proclaims the Shahaadah:
إله إلا الله
Ash'hadu An "Laa Elaaha Ella Allah"
I bear witness that there is no other god beside GOD.
Proofs -- Simple to Understand, Impossible to Imitate
"Over it is Nineteen"
الله أكبر, الله أكبر , الله أكبر , الله أكبر
اشهد ان لا إله إلا الله
Akbar),(Allahu Akbar),(Allahu Akbar)
(Ash`hadu An Laa Elaaha Ella Allah)
(1,30,30,5, 1,20,2,200),(1,30,30,5, 1,20,2,200),(1,30,30,5, 1,20,2,200),(1,30,30,5, 1,20,2,200),
(1,300,5,4, 1,50),( 30,1, 1,30,5, 1,30,1, 1,30,30,5 )
19 x 6858164222105948974316947437002694852638437111590527000285001584897436901595
There is no other god beside GOD!
Glory is to GOD; the above 78-digit number is a multiple of nineteen. In Azaan, the word "Allah" is uttered 5 times. We perform our Contact Prayers (Salaat) 5 times a day.
The number of the digits of the six components of Azaan are (13) + (13) + (13) + (13) + (9) + (17) = 78. Please note that the last two components are related to our Shahaadah, the proclamation of faith. The numbers of the digits are 9 and 17. Glory is to GOD; 9 is the number of times we proclaim our Shahaadah in the 17 units of the Contact Prayers that we perform daily.
The sum of the digits of the components of Azaan are (19) + (19) + (19) + (19) + (19) + (30) = 125. Glory is to GOD; there are 6 components to our Azaan as there are 6 components to our Salaat. The sum of the digits of 5 of the components is 19. We perform our Salaat 5 times a day. (30) is the 19th composite number. It is also the number of the verse in the Quran (74:30) in which GOD says, "Over it is nineteen."
The above Azaan is in accordance with what Almighty GOD teaches us in the Quran. The sum of the digits of the numbers that make up the Azaan is 125 and the Quran is the 666. By placing the two numbers side by side, we obtain a multiple of nineteen:
125,666 = 19
The Quran, the 666, confirms the Azaan with these specifications: The total number of the digits of the numbers that make up the components of Azaan is 78. And the sum of the digits that make up its components is 125. By placing the above three numbers side by side, we again obtain a multiple of nineteen:
666,78,125 = 19
لا إله إلا الله
Laa Elaaha Ella Allah
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