Moon-sects Refuted

Moon-sects, seem to be about pantheism and a moon-idol. Sometimes combined as a crescent moon and star. It is mistakenly thought to be a symbol of Izlam. Often called Sunnism. And pantheism is similar to a lunar-giad. But in real Devotism, this is a “Taghut” (idol).

Bukari is an additional book of the sects, that seems to mean to Shaytan, “it is all from Bal”. Bal here is a lunar-giad.

“Will you call upon Bal and forsake the best of creators” – Kuran 37:125

Which direction to write was a debate in history, and Bukari covers over that if you mistranslate the Kuran, do not turn the Al to La, and use ALLA, things can easily be about the moon.

“Do not bow to the sun or the moon, but bow to Tui who has created them” – Kuran 41:37

Bukari is a “Hadit” book. Hadit means narration in arabic. The sects have hadeet-books that describes the pseudo-version of Prophet Muhammad, with his “companions” and even “early generations”, that they claim is Islamic.

The Kuran itself states “what other narration (hadit) will you follow?”. (7:185)

Sects claim the illogic following external hadeet, when there were no such hadit in Muhammads time, and he himself follows The Kuran. (7:203) (75:18) and his wifes (33:32)-(33:34). and that The Giad will explain it. (75:19). And “If they turn away, your only duty is to deliver the message”. (16:82).

I am a Bukari-negator. And its followers can be called Hadit abusers, since they follow hadit (narrations) wrongly.

Many sectarians will also talk about “The Sunna” and attribute it to the prophet Muhammad.

However in The Kuran, Sunna is used with L Ila. (The Giad, romic arabic)

The Quranic Arabic Corpus – Word by Word Grammar, Syntax and Morphology of the Holy Quran

As in, The Ways of Tui does not change, which is a wellknown expression.

Furthermore the Kuran forbids dedication to the prophet instead of The Giad. (3:79)

Being a muzlim for a bit over 20 years now, I have never really seen anything like the Salafis Jihad either, that Osama Bin Laden became famous (and punished by death) for.

Salaf The Quranic Arabic Corpus – Quran Dictionary

Jihad The Quranic Arabic Corpus – Quran Search

The word is said to mean “strive”.

Many people who use this also talk about “hijab”.

Hijab The Quranic Arabic Corpus – Quran Dictionary

This is not about headwear in The Kuran. (While The Kuran states to have full-lenght clothing. (33:59))

It must be what is called a “Cognitive Dissonance”, as neither of the words are appropiately used.

The Salafi sect has emphasis on people in extra hadit (narrations (external to the Kuran)). It is these who are known for a fundamental stand on “hijab and jihad”. Salafi is said to mean, a follower of the early generations. Which are only described in these extra hadit, and not in The Kuran.

An earlier variant is Wahabi. LA WAHAB is a name of The Giad, Wahabi means following this. It may be an attempt to correct Sunni-sect teachings, from an angle of LA WAHAB. Still the names of The Giad, all reflect the same. And that The Kuran is the only book for Izlam.

Sectarian teachings include an entity named Dajjal. It is similar to Devil, and may really be a demonized enemy, that may originally have been correct.

The word Dajjal seems to be from a sectarian viewpoint, where a monotheist (hanif in arabic) is demonized.

Devil is really the same.

It is not part of kuranic or original monotheism, where Elf (Iblis Ash Shaytan in right-to-left arabic script) is the enemy. (The idolater).