By Ijaz Chaudry

 Who are the true allies of the believers?

All humans have vulnerabilities and because of us being vulnerable, we do not want untoward happening to us. Therefore as a messenger I am obliged to put the believer’s straight and inform them who they could totally trust in the propagation and progression of the message. This article is exclusively based on the Quran. Muslim’s today come in many guises, putting a front and not revealing their true nature. Therefore it is very important for the believer’s to know who they could trust for support in their indelible task of progressing, the message.  

 Following are the verses which is the essence of this article;

 (5:55) Your real allies are GOD and His messenger and the believers who observe the Contact Prayers (Salat) and give the obligatory charity (Zakat) and they bow down.5 55 Your real allies are GOD and His messenger and the believers who observe the Contact Prayers (Salat) and give the obligatory charity (Zakat) and they bow down.

 (17:26)   You shall give the due alms to the relatives the needy the poor and the travelling alien but do not be excessive extravagant.                                                                                                

(17:27) The extravagant are brethren of the devils and the devil is unappreciative of his Lord.

(17:28) Even if you have to turn away from them as you pursue the mercy of your Lord you     shall treat them in the nicest manner.

 (17:110) Say "Call Him GOD or call Him the Most Gracious; whichever name you use to Him belongs the best names." You shall not utter your Contact Prayers (Salat) too loudly nor secretly; use a moderate tone.                

(17:111) And say: "Praise be to GOD who has never begotten a son nor does He have a partner in His kingship nor does He need any ally out of weakness" and magnify Him constantly. 

In the calculations below (5:55) will be the fundamental constituent of the code, whereby the messenger (Al-Muzzammil), the Salat and the Zakat will be verified by!

“…And they bow down”:

In reading and researching the Quran for over 30 years, I have not come across any verse in the Quran where duplication has occurred in describing the same thing twice.

Therefore in (5:55) where it says “… and they bow down…” does not fit in quite well in the scenario described in this verse. This is because earlier in the same verse Salat has already been mentioned. And as the believers know that Salat already includes bowing! So why is there, this apparent duplication! In order to elaborate further we need to look for another explanation for this “bowing”.

Bowing as a gesture is sign of “nobility” in Europe. And nobility includes honesty, honour and goodness. Therefore the phrase “… and they bow down…” relates to symbolic gesture to accept one another as a brother in Islam and honour each other as believers. But how do we treat the non-believers? There is no condition in (5:55) where this gesture is exclusive to the believers. This means that all believers have to be good, honest people when treating the believers and non-believers alike. Doing Salat and giving Zakat is not enough one has to adhere to good and honest behaviour at the same time. As far as this world is concerned by doing Salat and Zakat the person does not become a better person than those who do not do Salat and Zakat, therefore we need to treat all people with respect!

Three entities we can totally rely on:

 Who are the real allies of believers (5:55) clarifies this issue. According to (5:55) there are three bodies which could be the allies of the believer’s. God, His messenger, and the believer who read’s, Salat and give Zakat.

 Let’s look at each body;

God:

So for the seekers of truth, it is a good idea if I could briefly explain how God can be our ally. The following verse explains how God communicate with us;

(42:51) No human being can communicate with GOD except through inspiration or from behind a barrier or by sending a messenger through whom He reveals what He wills. He is the Most High Most Wise.

Inspiration:

God is inspiring all of us all the time, however, God’s inspiration can sometimes get misinterpreted by Satan’s influence and the effect is bad. Take an example of scientists they work for the benefit of human kind most of the time. All these scientific facts they find are based on the study of nature. And all the good stuff is pure inspiration from God.

But now we have a key whereby we can find out what inspiration is from God and what is from Satan in our daily lives. So if we are inspired to do something, we can refer to the Quran and the miracle of 19 to validate that this inspiration is from God. Hence God becomes believer’s ally.

 Behind a barrier:

Indeed we know from Moses experience whereby he could not physically see God. This sets out precedence for the believers which is that no one on this earth can physically see God. Hence, we know that God communicates with us from behind the barrier.

Sending a messenger:

 Indeed new information is revealed through messengers. The believer’s communicate with God through the messenger.

 Messenger being an ally: 

We have just established how God can be our ally. We also found out that God communicates with the believers and reveal information to the believers through His messengers. Now let’s confirm who the living messenger is today. The following code confirms who that messenger is;

(73:1) is the chapter and verse number where Al-Muzzammil is mentioned, when we concatenate these with (5:55) we get complete multiple of 19. 

 5 55 73 1 = 19 x 29249

 Indeed the above code confirmed that Al-Muzzammil (aka Ijaz Chaudry) is that messenger who the believers can ally with.

Also take the gv of Quran 382 add verse 55 we get 437 = 23 x 19 confirming that the messenger in this verse is also Quran.  437 / 190 = 2 / 3

Position 3 describes principle or rule clarified, in the absence of a human messenger, Quran is the messenger, thus those who do Salat & Zakat according to the Quran would be the real allies of the believers, thus this code clarifies this principle.

 The above code has Level 3 which means its Theme is “Include missing information”.  Once again the code revealed the name of the messenger in (5:55) to be the Quran, .i.e. which included the missing information.

A believer who does Salat and Zakat (Obligatory charity) from the Quran as an ally:

 Now let’s look at the third category of entity which could be our ally, the believers who read Salat and give Zakat.  There are many so called believers who read Salat and give Zakat but can all these be our allies or are there only few who read Salat and give Zakat in a particular way? Let’s start with Salat;

17:110-111 describes Salat, add 110 & 111 we get 221 concatenate (5:55) we get = 5 55 17 221 = 2921959 x 19.  This proves what kind of Salat these allies should read and that is the one specified in (17:110-111) including reciting (17:111) in the Salat.  5 55 17 221 / 190 = 292195.9

 Position 9 describes “Provision” messenger (Quran), God, Zakat, and Salat are all provisions for the believers. 

 The Temporal connection is (5:55) left most meaning now thus (5:55) is for today’s believers and Salat they read today should be like mentioned in (17:110-111). (17:110-111) right most is what the Salat should be like mentioned in (5:55).

 The Level for this code is 7 which has a Theme called “Disbelievers”.  Indeed those who do not do correct Salat and Zakat are the disbelievers.

 Now how about Zakat, most Muslim pay 2.5 % Zakat are these included in this category of allies?  No (17:26-28) is where the amount of Zakat to be paid is mentioned, which is as much or as little as one can afford without being to stingy or extravagant.  Add 26+27+28=81 concatenate (5:55) and (17:26-28) we get 5 55 17 81 = 292199 x 19.

This code confirms that these believers should follow (17:26-28) in payment of the amount of Zakat.  5 55 17 81 / 190 = 29219.9

Once again Position 9 describes “Provisions” indeed Zakat (obligatory charity) is great provision for both the giver of Zakat and the receiver of Zakat. The one who gives Zakat gets psychological benefit from doing some good and God promises him/her great rewards now and in the Hereafter. The one who receives Zakat who needs it benefits from it by paying his/her debts. (17:26-28) right most true historically (because Zakat had been paid like this since Abraham’s time) also true now.

The Level for this code is 6 which is Theme “Messenger Related” indeed this code is messenger related, the messengers involved are Rashad who advocated Zakat of 2.5% based on misinformation, the followers of Muhammad who also pay 2.5% and Al-Muzzammil who corrected the Zakat amount based on (17:26-28) and NOT being 2.5%.

In Conclusion:

The essence of this article is that all those who do not read Salat, pay Zakat from the Quran and bow down are not the true believers and that they cannot be the allies to the believers. In the absence of true believers the messenger (Al-Muzzammil) and God will be their allies.