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Can the United Kingdom Take a Bold Step to Combat Terrorism?
29th May 2017|ArticlesLecturesVideos

Can the United Kingdom Take a Bold Step to Combat Terrorism?

In the wake of a deadly terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday, I would like to explain how to help the authorities identify the criminals, the terrorists and their terrorist cells.

The problem is, their worship places have turned into their terrorist cells. Politically, it is a mosque. According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, everybody should be allowed to practise their respective faiths.

So a mosque is actually a safe haven for terrorists who are doing all sorts of planning and training in the mosques. However, the governments in Europe have shown a great deal of resilience. This resilience is not the result of any prejudice or fear. Rather, this resilience is the result of the intentions of the authorities to keep people of all cultures united in the country.

When an Islamist terrorist carries out an atrocity, he kills himself along with 20–100 people. This act of atrocity brings calamity upon all non-violent, pragmatic, progressive, moderate, liberal, law-abiding citizens. All Muslims are then treated with the same attitude.

One problem is how to tackle Wahhabis and how to shut down their mosques. Politically, it is not possible. Muslims will go against this decision. I have thought a lot about it and I have come with this understanding that there is, in the Quran 9:107, a solution for the British government.

The Story in the Quran

In Medina, there was a mosque called Quba. Prophet Mohammad advised all to visit that mosque and offer prayers there. Some people did apparently become Muslims, however, their intentions were different — they didn’t like Prophet Mohammad and didn’t want to respect him. So next to Quba Mosque, their built another mosque which is known as Dirar Mosque.

The hypocrites gave an excuse for why they were not willing to offer prayers in the Quba mosque. They said, ‘People used to tie up their donkeys in the place Quba Mosque is built. It is a dirty place.’

Somehow or other, the Prophet was informed that they built Dirar Mosque. Prophet Mohammad was very kind and lenient. He was never impulsive. He didn’t like fights or arguments. So when Prophet Mohammad was informed about this new mosque, he approved of it. He said, ‘Ok, no problem.’ Then, Prophet Mohammad decided to visit that mosque. When he was about to visit Dirar Mosque, revelation from God came, stopping him from going there.

Twelve hypocrites were behind the construction of this mosque and they were in contact with somebody in Mecca who was a dedicated enemy of Prophet Mohammad and Islam. In order to support him, they offered him Dirar Mosque. Their understanding was to bring a great loss to the Muslim Nation in Medina and defeat Prophet Mohammad. On top of that, of course, they wanted to make divisions in Islam.

So God stopped Prophet Mohammad from going to the Dirar Mosque. At the same time, God commanded them to demolish the mosque. The mosque was set on fire and demolished.

This is the reference from the Quran for the British or American authorities to understand and use. Call a meeting with all Muslim scholars and leaders. Tell them: a mosque was designed to bring the Muslim Nation to a loss, to hurt and harm the Muslim Nation and make divisions within Islam. Even though Prophet Mohammad was so lenient and he didn’t care, God stopped him from going there.

God commanded Prophet Mohammad to demolish Dirar Mosque.

Now, mosques which are funded by Saudi Arabia propagate and project Wahhabism, Saudi fanaticism and extremism. They are [targeting] vulnerable youth and people of different religions in the UK, USA and other European countries.

These Wahhabis are bringing a great loss to the Muslim nation. They are earning a bad name of Islam; Islam doesn’t allow terrorism. God sent Prophet Mohammad as divine mercy. This divine mercy in the form of Prophet Mohammad was meant to benefit all humanity. So these Wahhabis have actually destroyed Islam.

Not all Muslims are terrorists. You will only find terrorists who come from the Wahhabi background. They are making divisions in Islam. They are bringing a great loss to the Muslim Nation. Their intentions are bad.

When a mosque can be demolished upon the decree of God in Medina, why can you not destroy a mosque in London? When it is clear these mosques are not mosques?

Dirar Mosque in Medina appeared to be a mosque, but God did not approve of it. Therefore, all these mosques that are promoting terrorism are not considered to be mosques in the eyes of Islam.

The authorities should take a bold step and destroy these terrorist mosques wherever they can. This is coming from the Quran, it is not my point of view.

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#ManchesterAttack – Are We Doing Enough?
25th May 2017|ArticlesLecturesVideos

#ManchesterAttack – Are We Doing Enough?

After every terrorist attack whereby innocent lives are lost and the threat level is raised, everybody gets down to their computer desks and sends messages of condolences. They pray for people. This is not going to help and it is not enough.

Identify the problem. The first step toward any prevention is to identify your enemy; identify the criminal.

We feel a bit relaxed when we are told that ISIS is in Iraq and Syria and they are more than 2000 miles away from our homes. We must not forget that ISIS is just an organisation; it is nothing in itself. The main thing is the ideology behind all these terrorist organisations who are shedding blood every day: Wahhabism.

When such a terrorist attack takes place, the entire Muslim community has to suffer the backlash and repercussions after it. Every Muslim is suspected to be a terrorist. [The terrorists] are making every Muslim’s life difficult.

Islam does not teach terrorism or violence.

According to the Koran 5:32, ‘Killing one human being is equal to killing the entire humanity.’ Suicide is also strictly prohibited in Islam.

Who could understand more than the founder of Islam, Prophet Mohammad? There was a companion of the Prophet Mohammad who was fighting against non-believers. During this battle, he was severely wounded and Prophet Mohammad was showing all sorts of sympathies for him. Later on, he was in so much pain that he was not able to bear it. So, he took a decision that destroyed him: he killed himself.

When the news was brought to Prophet Mohammad, Prophet Mohammad said, ‘I am not going to say prayers [for] him; he has lost his faith. I deprive him of my salvation.’ This is how detestable an act of suicide bombing is in Islam.

Those who think they know Islam, I ask them to study the Koran and Prophet Mohammad’s life well. Prophet Mohammad did not hurt or hate anybody; he was sent into this world as blessings for the entire humanity [Koran 21:107].

There was a Jewish woman who used to throw rubbish upon Prophet Mohammad every time he would pass by her area. Prophet Mohammad did not change his way and he continued to go through the same area. One day, when Prophet Mohammad was passing by her house, she wasn’t there. Prophet Mohammad got worried and asked somebody, ‘Where is that woman who throws rubbish on me?’ They replied, ‘She is not feeling well.’ Prophet Mohammad went to her house and asked her, ‘How are you feeling? I was waiting for you.’ She cried and said, ‘You care about me so much even though I used to throw rubbish on you?’ Then she accepted Islam.

Islam was accepted because of Prophet Mohammad’s character. What [terrorists] are projecting to the world under the banner of Islam is not Islam; it is a bunch of lies.

Islam is not a killer religion. No matter what religion people practise — no matter whether or not they believe in God — you have no authority to kill them according to Islam.

There is a Day of Judgment when God will judge people and God will decide their fate. You cannot decide for them, because you yourself are a sinner.

Those who [kill others in the name of Islam] are enemies of humanity and Islam. According to the Koran, you cannot do such things.

All these individuals who project Wahhabism must be stopped in order to protect the country and peace-loving, law-abiding citizens of the country.

We detest any act of terrorism. Whether it is carried out under a political agenda or is religiously motivated, it is not acceptable under any circumstances.

We are raising awareness of love, peace, human value and divine values. Our hearts go out to the families of victims who lost their lives in the Manchester Attack.

To Islamists:

Whether people were singing and dancing, this is between them and God. You cannot decide for them; you have no authority. Don’t forget that God can forgive anybody; he is not going to ask you whether or not he should forgive somebody.

Don’t think Christians and Jews are Mushrikeen (polytheists). Mushrikeen are those who find a partner with God. Christianity, Judaism and Islam are Abrahamic, monotheistic faiths. They believe in one God; those who believe in one God cannot be called Mushrikeen. They believe in God and order for them to reach God, God sent them a messenger. Jesus was the messenger for Christians; Moses and Abraham were messengers for the Jews. Whether or not they have amended their books, this is between them and God. God will decide what to do; you have no authority to take anybody’s life. Those who do this are only bringing calamity and should await the torment from God.

Prophet Mohammad said, ‘You cannot be a Momin (true believer) if your neighbour goes to bed without food.’

If you don’t care about your neighbour and he sleeps without food, you are stripped of your faith. [Instead of giving them food] you are killing them — and you think you are a Momin. You are taking their lives and you still think you will enter Paradise?

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Self-Awareness Level 2, Lesson 5: Where Your Moral Values Come From
14th May 2017|Articles

Self-Awareness Level 2, Lesson 5: Where Your Moral Values Come From

Self-Awareness Level 2, Lesson 5: Where Your Moral Values Come From

Editor’s note: the following is the fifth lesson in Younus AlGohar’s course on Self-Awareness, Level 2: Emotional Intelligence.

For better background information, read Self-Awareness, Level 1, in the Messiah Herald. 

Read Self-Awareness, Level 2, Lesson 4 here.

How Emotional Intelligence Affects Every Aspect of Life

When a singer is singing a sad song, he has to feel the pain the words delivered in the song. Happy or humourous songs also have to be sung with emotions; they call it the feeling. In a similar way, when we listen to the news like Sky News, BBC News, CNN etc., we see emotions are involved in the way the newscaster delivers the news. If the news is sad, we see emotions of sadness and sorrow emanating from his face and if it’s good news, he will smile. Now, a doctor’s job is really difficult because every patient that comes to see him brings bad news. The doctor has to be in the same mood, or at least the same emotional state (even if it is fake, he has to show that emotionally he is aware of the situation), and this is emotional intelligence.

What are moral etiquettes? If somebody tells us, ‘my mother died five years ago’, in that moment if we skip saying ‘I am really sorry’, people will be really offended. We need to be aware of these things and have some moral etiquettes, some emotional intelligence and its awareness.

Emotions play a pivotal role in our life. For example, if you see a child who needs milk but his/her parents are unable to provide milk, it will remind you of your own child. When you think about your own child, your emotions will be charged up. In that emotional state, you start to help the child that doesn’t belong to you.

We’re only concerned about ourselves. This should not be the case with a spiritual person. We must observe all spiritual, social and moral etiquettes, so that we do not cause any harm, physical or emotional, to any individual in this world. If somebody looks a bit sad or emotionally down, you should respect his emotional state. Change the way you speak to him every day, be a little more polite with him. This is emotional intelligence. 

Emotional Intelligence Crisis

Emotions push you to do good things, however, at the same time, these emotions can backfire.

For example, some Muslims blew up a bomb and many people died. Later on, a Muslim guy is seen showing his anger to somebody in a neighbourhood, somebody watching him may be reminded of the Muslim terrorists, and his emotions will reach their peak. Maybe in that emotional state, that man [watching] can cause any amount of harm to that Muslim guy who is shouting and abusing others. This is how people become outrageous sometimes. Backlashes and hate crimes are the prime examples.


A Kurdish boy was beaten up badly by eight people. He didn’t do anything wrong, he was just Muslim but this happened because so many Muslim terrorists are causing a lot of distress and have become a threat to the national security of many countries of the world. This has become a very sensitive matter and it can happen anytime, anywhere and it is all to do with emotions.

Not every Muslim is a terrorist. Sikhs – because they grow beards and wear turbans like Muslims – are easily recognisable to Muslims; they can identify them as Sikhs because their turban is different and by the length of their beard, etc. But after 9/11 in Arizona, the Americans who were naive to Islam or Sikhism, when they spotted somebody with a turban and a big beard, they thought the Sikh man was Muslim and killed him. This is an emotional intelligence crisis.

To help stop terrorism, it is not just about deradicalisation, you also have to take care of the emotional intelligence of people so that people do not become outrageous and are able to control their own emotions.

Moral and Societal Values

One important thing in the study of emotional intelligence is moral values and ethical codes.

Morality in this world has different shapes, forms and sources. Some people find moral values from their society. In our society, certain things are allowed and some things are not allowed. For example, in a British town, the societal values will definitely differ from a Pakistani town.

Sometimes the society is deeply and vehemently affected by the religion of the land and its code of conduct; its ethical code and moral values come from the religion. In Pakistan, a woman and a man cannot have a sexual relationship without marriage but in a British town, with consent, adults can enter into a sexual relationship and can even live together. Society here will allow it because it is not against the moral values of British society.

Moral values differ from society to society, because each society has a different source for its moral values. However, sometimes your moral values come neither from any religion nor the society. Sometimes you are the boss and make your own rules. I have heard people saying, ‘In my family, nobody can do this. This is against our family law and tradition.’  Therefore, there is not just one single source of morality.

In order to have precise understanding and awareness of emotional intelligence, we need to first see what moral values we have adopted. Only after determining the source of our moral values can we detect the awareness of emotional intelligence.

You need to find the source. What is it that dictates your emotions? What is it that brings rage and fury in your emotional state? It is your belief system.

Those who are religious, are very difficult and it is very difficult for them to be emotionally intelligent. They are swimming in the ocean of their religion; their mind is messed up. It’s not possible for somebody to be religious and rational at the same time. Religions will always make you irrational.

For example, Muslims in Luton, are carrying banners and saying, ‘we will impose Sharia.’ They’re looking at white women and saying, ‘your dress is not according to Islam.’ She doesn’t practise Islam! Why are you telling her? It is your religion, why are you imposing your religion on others? It simply means your mind is messed up. It is not rationality, is it? But this is the reality. Does a Christian have the same rights in a Muslim country as Muslims have in the west? Muslims are allowed to build their mosques here. Can a Christian man go to Saudi Arabia and do whatever he wants to do according to his religion?

Look at how good this secular system is! You know why they do it? It’s because their mind is not messed up. If people in the west were also very religious, practising Christians, they would behave the same way. But because they are non-practising Christians, their mind is not messed up by the religion hence they behave like human beings. They have generosity, rationality and their own moral codes. Their moral code is: whatever religion somebody practises, they should have the fundamental necessities of life.

Why should we follow a religion when a religion is taking away humanity from human beings?  Why do we have this fanatic ideology uprising? Why do we have this extremism spreading like fire? Why is hatred prevailing? Because there is a conflict in morality. The standards you may have, the other person does not have the same standards of moral values.

Your emotional intelligence is directly linked to moral values. Unfortunately, moral values in different societies have different sources therefore what may be a moral act according to you may not be moral to somebody else.

When we talk about morality, our morality is not universal. Our morality is more regional than global. We all have different standards of morality.

Now according to some form of morality, you only hide your private parts. If you are hiding the nipples, your morality is perfect. In most of the secular, moral cultures, women are not allowed to show their nipples, it would be too obscene and immoral. According to liberal Muslims, women can show half their chest. They have accepted it and it has become part of their moral values. Moral values are changing according to secular culture. According to religious culture, moral values are frozen; they have become stagnant. Even the law of the land can shape your moral values. When you are a religious person and your moral values come from religion you do not recognise any other form of morality, which obviously means intolerance is at its peak. You cannot coexist with others in the same society.

Universal morality has to do with tolerance. What you like to do, you should be allowed to do. What others like to do, you shouldn’t be bothered about it.

What is a sin? There are two forms of sins according to a religion. A sin which goes against humanity, you hurt and harm humanity and the other sin which goes against you, which hurts and harms you. Those that hurt and harm you are of less implication. A sin that involves others, causes pain, hurt and harm to others, that is severity. That is to be stopped.

Do not try to impose your beliefs on others. Let everybody live their life the way they want to live it.

Emotional Intelligence and God

When God has emotional intelligence, then why don’t  people who follow a religion have it?

The reason is God doesn’t follow the same religion. God’s religion is different. His religion is love. The problem is, he only practises his religion with those that practise his religion: The religion of love. 

These religions that have been established by prophets and messengers, the standard of morality these religions render to its followers very much depends on the society at the time these religions were established. What was the standard of religious morality in those times when Prophet Mohammad came to the peninsula of Arab? What was the standard of morality at the time when Jesus came to Jerusalem? You will see a slight improvement in the standard of morality after the religion introduced its moral values. If you want to compare the standards of morality now with the standards back then, you will fall back. The standard of morality in those days was really strict. This was about the religion and followers of the religions.

However in all eras, in all ages, whoever was introduced to the knowledge of spirituality, the knowledge of eminence, their emotional intelligence equalled the intelligence of God. They didn’t pick up their moral values from the religion, they picked it up from spirituality. The standard of spiritual values is vast. They embrace and forgive anyone. Most of the irregular things in this world according to moral values are okay for Sufis. No damage is done. You can do what you want to do as long as you don’t hurt others. 

This should be the case with everybody today. Allow everybody to do what they want to do. There is a voice within everybody that guides them and tells them not to do wrong, no matter what religion they practise. Even atheists who don’t practise any religion or believe in God, do not want to sleep with their sisters or mothers. Why don’t they do it?  Because these are basic principles and natural human instincts.

Let our moral values derive from the basic principles of humanity.

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Talk2Me Radio UK Interviews Younus AlGohar on Wahhabism
4th May 2017|ActivitiesInterviewsNews

Talk2Me Radio UK Interviews Younus AlGohar on Wahhabism

Talk2Me Radio UK Interviews Younus AlGohar on Wahhabism

Talk2Me Radio in United Kingdom invited HH Younus AlGohar to speak on Wahhabism. Below is the written transcript of the full interview.

To hear the complete audio of the interview – click here.

Q: Can you explain what is Wahhabism, please?

Wahhabism has been attributed to a form of Islam; however, if you go deeper into the background information of Wahhabism, Wahhabism is a set of extreme, fanatic belief system in which Wahhabis do not recognise any other form of Islam. Especially, they are really against Sufis and Shia Muslims.

What we see today in the world in form of Islamic terrorism is actually Wahhabism.

Q: As I understand it, broadly speaking there are two main sects within Islam: Sunni and Shia – that is the main divide. Like Catholic and Protestant in Christianity. And then there are sub-divides within them. Where does Sufism fit in that divide?

Of course, Islam has been divided into two main sects of Islam which is Sunni and Shiite. Sunni’s are supported by Saudi Arabia and Shitte’s by Iran. Sufism is the form of islam in which people practise spirituality, like Mevlana Rumi and so many other Sufis in Islam who talked about peace, who talked about love and who never hold a grudge against anybody, who are very tolerant, and they love everybody, they love all the religions.They are the ones who are called Sufis.

Q: They’re kind of esoteric?

Yes, true.

Q: What form of Islam were you involved in?

I was born in a Sufi practising family. I practised Sufism and later on, I got tired of religions and I adopted divine love – Sufism. I do not adhere myself to any religion right now.

Q : Having heard some of the Muslim apostates, I heard that leaving Islam is punishable by death. Is that the case? Is that a widely held belief or is it just an extremist belief?

This is very much the thought of the mainstream Muslims. If you leave the religion of Islam, according to the Muslim faith, the punishment is death penalty. That is true.

Q: That is a shock to me. I would certainly not expect that to be the case from a mainstream point of view. If that is where we are at, surely that is something more people should know about. It should be discussed on a mainstream platform, don’t you think?

I have spoken on this subject many times and I can really give a long lecture on this point. But this is what Muslims all over the world understand, that if one leaves the religion of Islam, then he must be killed.

Q: If someone is listening to this conversation who maybe is a Muslim and part of Islam and they want to leave, what is actually the sensible way of going about that without causing problems?

The best thing is to leave the Muslim country where you are, go somewhere else and leave the religion. However if you live in Saudi Arabia or all these Arab countries and you publicly announce that you have left Islam, then you are inviting trouble.

Q: So go quietly, I guess is what we are saying. I want to tackle this word Wahhabism. Some people have a problem with the word, Wahhabism. Don’t they call it Salafist? They have another word for it? Why is it that they have a problem with that word?

Actually, these two different Islamist movements – one comes from Saudi Arabia and the other comes from Egypt. The one that comes from Egypt, Ikhwan ul Muslimeen, they know themselves as Salafis. The Wahhabis come from Saudi Arabia, but they don’t want to be known as Wahhabis. They call themselves Sunni Muslims however they practise the cult of Wahhabism.

Q: So what is the root origin of that word?

Wahhabism comes from Saudi Arabia. There was a guy known as Muhammad Bin Abdul Wahhab, he was from the central province of Saudi Arabia. He was denounced by his own father for his extremist views, however later on, people started to like his stand on Islam and his extreme views on Islam. This is how it progressed.

Later on, about 100 years ago, when Saudi Arabia was part of the Ottoman Empire, these Wahhabis with the Saudi royal family, formed an alliance and they defeated the governor of the Ottoman Empire. This is how they gained power in Saudi Arabia in the early 1900s. This is when Wahhabism started to make a stronghold for themselves. Then the oil money, which was like a stamp on their progression. Now they’re spending billions of dollars on widespread of Wahhabism all over the world. This doctrine of hatred has now taken place in the hearts of young Muslims all over the world.

Those who practise Wahhabism do not need to be further radicalised because Wahhabism itself is an extreme radicalisation. Those who practise Wahhabism, inside their heart, they are potential terrorists. They can carry out any atrocity, any act of terrorism anywhere in the world. Because this is the principles of Wahhabism. For except themselves, they do not consider anybody else to be true Muslims. Those who are not Wahhabis, they must be killed and all their properties must be forfeited by them.

Q: Famously, the victims of Islamist terrorism tends to be Muslims statistically more than anyone else. If we could wave a magic wand and remove those ideas of Wahhabism and Salafism and be left with moderate Islam. If we could tackle the problem of Wahhabism/Salafism islam, would we still have a so-called clash of civilisations on our hands? Would we still have a problem in this country?

The civilisation clash is not as severe as the dangers which is caused by Wahhabis. If we can take care of the Salafists and Wahhabis in the UK, we would be saving a lot of lives. We would be saving a lot of peace for ourselves. We have to take care of these Salafists and Wahhabis. I think this is the most dangerous thing. Not just in the UK of GB, but all over the world. These Salafis and Wahhabis must be taken care.

Q: How do you propose to do that? How can people be taken care of who have beliefs with which we disagree?

We have been working on this campaign: Ban Wahhabism. We have carried out this campaign in India, USA and UK as well. Somehow or other, our petition was removed from change.org in India and also USA. People are becoming more and more aware. We have to keep raising awareness of the potential danger of Wahhabism. One day people will come to know what is the cause of this international terrorism.

Q: Let’s hope this conversation is a beginning to that process here in the minds of people listening in the UK.

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ThatChannel.com Interviews Younus AlGohar Part 1
2nd May 2017|ArticlesInterviewsVideos

ThatChannel.com Interviews Younus AlGohar Part 1

Younus AlGohar on ThatChannel.com’s Liquid Lunch programme speaks to Hugh Reilly and Hildegard Gmeiner about the main cause of terrorism: Wahhabism, along with Steve Bell, President of MFI UK and Mir Liaquat Ali, Chairperson of MFI.

 

Read the transcript below

 

Hugh: The world has changed a little bit since the last time we were here in Toronto. And so, your Holiness, how do you want to open this conversation? What new information do we need to start thinking about today?

 

YAG: The world is changing and when we say the world is changing it simply means the people are changing and people are changing in a way that they are going with the flow. They need to understand where they are going, what they are doing and what is good for them, and what is good for society. And that is something that we are going to discuss today. With this continuous change that is coming up, what is it that we must do in order to have a good society, a better peaceful world?

 

Hugh: I’m just trying to put my finger on what some of the things are that have changed since the last time we were here and of course, we’ve got what’s new in our awareness last time is, in Europe, I guess what we call the refugee crises. Where we’ve got people who are just moving into Europe, whether they’re walking there from the Middle East, whether they are crossing the Mediterranean from Africa. We don’t really feel that here in Canada because we are an ocean away, but some of what I’m perceiving is a little bit of a heightening of racial tension or tension between the migrants and the people who are already in Europe. And you’re in the UK, so you’ve got perhaps even a different experience than mainline Europe, but what are your comments on all that?

 

YAG: Actually, my views are a little different on this point because we have several things in mind at the same time. Number 1,  humanitarian efforts to give refuge to people who have been homeless and they have been compelled to leave their country under different circumstances. The feeling that we should allow refugees to come and settle in our countries, that is one point, it’s good, but then on the other hand, the terrorists who might be coming among all those refugees that is also something that we must be careful about. So, my views are a little different and I am a bit conservative at this point. If I was a politician in the UK, I would be a little tough on refugee policy. This is my understanding. I would be a little tough, I wouldn’t just allow any amount of refugees to pour into my country.

 

Hugh: That’s a good point. In fact,  this is something that I’ve learned from you in the last couple of weeks that we spend a little bit of time together is that there is that you call the Wahhabi from Saudi Arabia, that are fomenting terrorism upon certain people who are open to it. And this is one thing I don’t think in Canada, at least I wasn’t aware of it, and if it’s true, it’s something we need to be mindful of. Because, Canada is very welcoming to new people from other parts of the world. But if, some of those people coming in have malicious intent, then we need to be aware of that, and that’s what you are saying, that some of these people many have malicious intent, and of course we don’t wanna have terrorism. So, if there is that kind of malicious intent then we do need to know about it. And we need to be smart about our immigration and our refugee policies.

 

Hildegard: What I find interesting is, reading the European languages, the newspapers and the official media as well and what’s on the internet these days. I am wondering what is your intake on the energies on this planet that stir the pot of unrest globally, intentionally to prevent the individuals as well as the collective to access their heart and soul? Just going back to what we learnt on Saturday, this wonderful event that you were at. I understand you are the ambassador of peace, you have been giving lectures at the United Nations, I forgot what the title was but they honoured you with bringing people together, politically, economically, on all levels. Many voices in Europe that I had the privilege of speaking to, they said, ‘Well hey, the European Union goes and destroys the habitat for people in Africa, makes it impossible for them to make a living, and then we treat them badly.’ What is your insight on the undercurrent, because the one thing is, we have refugees, and now let’s find a scapegoat and unfortunately this is now the Muslim religion, which I think is totally unfair. Because I don’t even believe the people who commit these crimes are not necessarily your average kind of citizen regardless of what religion. What is your insight, if you care to talk about this? Maybe this is not something you want to share but what do you say? Because people really want to know.

 

YAG: A majority of people who are coming from affected countries as refugees are people in need.

 

But the problem is, in the guise of those people, there are some individuals who are already radicalised, who follow the Wahhabi mindset and who have this intention of pouring into these civilised countries and creating a chaos.

 

And not just make it difficult for these countries to accept refugees but also make it difficult for the refugees to find a shelter anywhere else in the world. So, there are some grey areas, where no matter how tight your security or scrutiny may be you can’t just help.

 

Hugh: Like one of the things, I heard Trump say, that kind of made me – this is before he bombed Syria, mind you – that made me think maybe this was on the right track is that he was talking about, creating the situation, I think you mentioned Hildegard, in countries like Syria and of course in Africa, where parts of the world where there is a big incentive for people to get out of there and go to the Europe or go to the West. Lets, as a global project, let’s work on making those places, decent places to be so that there is no incentive to leave.Like, if we made Syria peaceful, prosperous, and liveable. And if we made Africa, peaceful, prosperous and liveable then maybe Europeans would wanna go there.

 

YAG: That’s a wonderful idea I think. Of course people are fleeing from these countries is because they are in trouble. They are desperate to leave. They are seeking shelter, protecting their lives. If these areas become peaceful and the conditions become favourable, I don’t think people would want to go anywhere else, they would want to live there in those countries.

 

Hugh: Yeah, because that’s their home, that’s their family, their friends.

 

YAG: That’s a wonderful idea.

 

Hildegard: So the question is, A) who made these conditions unfavourable? Because it’s obvious to many people that I get to talk to on a daily basis, that is a selected group that has financial interest, in creating trauma, challenges, even the people in North America, Toronto, across Canada, as well as in US, the average citizen is complaining that they can’t make a living. House prices are skyrocketing, especially here. Living wage doesn’t really exist for a lot of people anymore. It’s absolutely necessary now that people have multiple jobs even in Canada, it wasn’t unheard of. So it appears that there is some sort of energy that wants the masses to be stuck in fear. So can we talk about, fear versus love and what are the -[inaudible]- there? Hopefully that gives people some hope.

 

YAG: It’s a cocktail of intentions, cocktail of different political agendas, international political agendas. People have their invested, political and financial interest. It’s not an individual’s game, it’s a vast field. We, as a member of the common public can only talk, it’s up to the people in the power to make the right decisions and go in the right direction. For example, what he was saying about Donald Trump’s statement that of making Syria and some of the African countries more peaceful and the conditions become favourable, I think that’s a wonderful idea, and if it’s coming from Donald Trump, God is being merciful.

 

Hugh: Easier said than done though right? To take Africa and make it peaceful and prosperous, or Syria, which is a very difficult situation.

 

Mir L Ali: It’s a -[inaudible]- like His Holiness Younus AlGohar put it, a cocktail of humungous problems over there. But then, at the same time, some things didn’t change. Meaning the Wahhabi mentality, you know, those who created this problem their interests remain still the same. But coming to Toronto, it seems like we are coming home, away from all those problems. But then, hopefully things do improve somewhat.

 

Hildegard: So, what would you suggest the individual can do because it can be very easy to get emotionally caught up in all of this propaganda, in fear-mongering, people need to get up in the morning, feed their kids, do what they need to do to survive. What can an individual do to have a more upbeat outlook, in spite of all that is going on.

 

Mir L Ali: Here in the West, in United States and particularly in Toronto, Canada, things are a little different. Whereas, where there is this crisis, the problem in the Middle East, people are suffering. And I like this Prime Minister of Canada, who said, ‘If everybody else is rejecting you, come over here.’ That is something different. Whereas the asylum seekers are suffering for a long time. And they would rather not go anywhere, stay at their place but things are so tough – but then, we have to watch out for those elements which would cause problems here too.

 

Hildegard: You have been involved in the Messiah Foundation International for a very long time and I am wondering if you could tell us what inspired you to do so because you had a unique, personal experience too, didn’t you?

 

Mir L Ali: The inspiration is His Divine Eminence Gohar Shahi and then His Holiness Younus AlGohar. His Divine Eminence left it open in the world, meaning, there is still hope. There is nothing to despair. The sun will rise in the West, it is going to happen. There is a chance for people to understand the methodology, the practical side of it, how you are going to achieve that elusive common platform for everybody which is love. And His Divine Eminence said, ‘Love is contained in the heart.’ Just like water is contained in a glass, so that substance of love is yet to be generated so that the humanity rises above and beyond the religion and those rituals which are creating more differences than the peace of mind.

 

Hildegard: Would you care to speak a little bit about the ritual to put the heart to a state of peace?

 

Steve: People are becoming manipulated, they are finding these people that are from a lonely background, they are switching them, they are brainwashing them and they are teaching them to hate, and to kill. But, on the good hand, there is hope. It’s about unification. We have to be globally unified, and the common goal is love, which is what His Holiness Younus AlGohar is teaching. Once you have that love in your heart, you will not want to hate, you will not want to kill. And the methodology of doing that, as you asked, the place of love is the heart. We must reawaken the souls of the heart, we must free the heart.

 

As His Holiness Younus AlGohar spoke extensively on Saturday, the heart must be free to love. Cleared of everything else, cleared of hatred. It’s about connecting to God and this is what attracted me on this line. Especially Messiah Foundation, it doesn’t matter what religion you come from, doesn’t matter if you don’t follow any religion, this is about connecting to God through your heart and reawakening your souls. This is what the beautiful message is, and unification will only come once we have that common bond of love which is what we are doing. You spoke about society, society starts with a single person, doesn’t it?

 

Hildegard: Do you think there is other groups, not just Wahhabi, but can it be that there are people all over the world who are socially and economically disenfranchised or disadvantaged and the pot is now boiling over and these are the ones that then will go and look to see what can I do to relieve my personal frustration? Or is it one particular sect that is at risk to be radicalised?

 

YAG: Well, the world has always been subject to a great amount of injustice, all over the world. And due to this reason, there has been bloodshed, there have been incidents of hatred. However, this organised butchery of mankind was never witnessed as a result of any injustice, done into any country.

 

This international wave of terrorism is coming from the Wahhabi cult of death.

 

And then, small incidents in different countries are to be known as hate crimes and it could have been a result of gross injustice or justice done against any individual. There could have been many reasons for the uprise in hate crimes. However, this global terrorism, it is not due to injustice. It is due to hunger of power, becoming superpower.

 

For example, USA and Russia are both in a race to become superpower. USA is currently the superpower, but Russia is not sitting quietly. Constantly struggling to get the title back. In a similar way, Saudi Arabia, very discreetly, is in the race now. America and other countries are exporting ammunitions and arms, and Saudi Arabia is exporting terrorism. They want to put their flag of ‘La Ilaha llla Allah’ on the White House. They want to put their black flag on the Big Ben, Parliament Houses in London. Everywhere. They want to rule the world, they are going after the End Times predictions that the Muslim leader will rule the entire world. And they think they are true Muslims, so they should be ruling the world.

 

I am telling you this is the End Times things that they are trying to translate into practicality. This is all Wahhabi school of thought, intolerance or not having the ability to co exist in a society with others. This is all coming from the Wahhabi mindset. I don’t totally rule out the possibility of having hate crimes based on injustice done on different society and different groups of people.

 

However, this international wave of terrorism is not result of any injustice. It is all due to the fact that this Muslim cult of Wahhabi mindset, they want to rule the world. They want international global caliphate, they want their caliph to be a global leader.

 

Hugh: I just wanna say, because I find it curious that in 911, for example, the only people that were allowed to travel and fly from the United States were Saudi Arabians.

 

YAG: And the family members of Osama Bin Laden.

 

Hugh: Yeah, a little curious. When he was being fingered for the cause of the 911 disasters. Sometimes I think that there might even be something at an higher level that maybe some of the people in the West at the highest level, perhaps Saudi Arabians and perhaps other people in the world are really making the effort to destabilise everything, and make life miserable for normal decent people all over the world. Some of the crimes, in the US and some in the UK, these are not even real terrorist acts, these are people who may have been subject to some kind of mind control, and it’s part of larger operation to destabilise, to pick people against one and another. Do you have any thoughts about that? Maybe it’s a bigger problem than even Wahhabism and pointing the finger at Saudi Arabia.

 

YAG: I have a friend in England and his name is Steve Reed. He is a member of parliament and sometimes he comes to my restaurant for a political gathering. And I was talking to him and I asked him, ‘How do you see this terrorism and what do you think the government should do to stop it?’ What he said to me, I take it as an understanding of British politics. He said, ‘This is all about geopolitics.’ And Saudi Arabia is the main sponsor, the main exporter of terrorism. Now, the problem is – there was a problem in Iraq, the West went after Saddam Hussein, and he was finished, and then they thought there was problem in Libya they went after Muammar Gaddafi.

 

Now, there is a problem for everybody in this world: Saudi Arabia. If NATO and all the Western allied forces take care of the Saudi Royal family who is main sponsor. It’s not the Saudi public, all the oil, all the oil money goes into the pockets of these shayukh of the Royal family. A common Saudi citizen is even deprived of basic necessities of life. It’s just the royal family of that country who has all the wealth of that county in their possession. And they are doing this for whatever reason and the reason is pretty obvious. Now the problem is, the world leaders and so reluctant to take any decisive step, this is because they are the main exporter of oil, and everybody has their vested interest. I do not know how they are going to solve this but the problem is Saudi Arabia and the royal family. If they are taken care of then we are at peace.

 

Hugh: Now you have mentioned the End Times prophecy, the end times prophecies in the Islamic faith and there’s also end times prophecies in the Christian faith and probably others faiths. Are these the end times?

 

YAG: End Times? Well, who knows? But we can see some of the clouds telling us stories, like ‘We might rain maybe today or tomorrow’, and End Times are not pretty far.

 

Hugh: And maybe thats a big lesson we can all learn, we don’t really know for sure if these are the End Times or not, we have our lives to live, we have our decisions we can make today

 

YAG: Yeah, but science has solid answers to this question. Science tells us that we are using up the resources, and the climate change and the icebergs melting in the North Pole. And the ultimate source of hydrogen, the Sun, is using up its energies and the UV rays are becoming even worse than before. The UV rays here in Canada is 7 as compared to the UK where there is only 1.

 

So, we are using up the universal resources, which can indicate the fact that, yeah, the End Times are not pretty far.

 

Hildegard: Master Paul Acuna from the Universal Brotherhood mentioned his interpretation was that End times could very well be shifted in conscientization so that humanity really threw the devastation we have created, we are actually needing these challenges to become conscious. What is your take on that His Holiness?

 

YAG: Master Paul is a wonderful man and a wonderful master, he must have a very deep insight into it, but I haven’t actually spent time on exploring this point so I am not in a position to comment.

 

Hildegard: Yeah so some people, when we look at our personal life, when we run against the wall once, we get a little boil in the front head and then we make a different choice and find a more smoother path. So, if this is true for the individual, it’s one of many theories out there maybe that is all in divine order. However, I would like to, if I may one last question regarding putting our heart at ease, can you leave us with a message now towards the end of the first segment that leaves our viewers with a little bit more hope and encouragement. What can they do to keep the emotional waters calm and focus on what they have to do without having a panic attack about what’s going on geopolitically?

 

YAG: First I would like to tell you that End Times, there is a collective End Times and the individuals end times, we should be more concerned about our end times. Everybody has a different end time. The moment you die, this is your end time. So, we shouldn’t wait, we shouldn’t say, ‘Oh the end times are far.’ That’s the collective End Times when the entire world will perish. Let’s talk about our individuality. When will I die? I can die anytime, anywhere. I am not sure whether I will live for another 10 or 20 years, the world has changed. Maybe I am walking outside the street and I am run over by a bus, or a lorry. So I should always be prepared and I should do what it takes to become a more spiritually energetic person and more enlightened. We shouldn’t wait, we should just start, purifying ourselves enlightening ourselves.

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Ghazwa-e-Hind
14th April 2017|LecturesVideos

Ghazwa-e-Hind

In this discourse, Younus AlGohar clarifies why it is impossible for Ghazwa-e-Hind (The Final Battle of India) to take place in this era and what Ghazwa-e-Hind actually refers to.

Main points:

– The terrorists are using Ghazwa-e-Hind mixed with Hadith (traditions of Prophet Mohammad) to spread mischief. There is no mention of killing Hindus, Sikhs or any non-Muslims in Ghazwa-e-Hind.

– The word ‘Ghazwa’ is the name given to a battle that Prophet Mohammad himself was involved in. Can the terrorists say that Prophet Mohammad is fighting alongside them? Funnily enough, the terrorists who are implementing ‘Ghazwa-e-Hind’ are from the Wahhabi sect of Islam; they are those who vehemently reject the eminence of Prophet Mohammad.

– When Prophet Mohammad declared that there will be an attack on Hind (India), from that time until now there have been numerous attacks on India. The attacks that happened previously, were they not mentioned in the Hadith? This Hadith was narrated for those attacks. It is not valid for this day and age.

– Ghazwa-e-Hind has already taken place. When Islamic spiritual dignitaries took the responsibility of implementing Jihad bil Nafs (Jihad against the Carnal Self) in India. Prophet Mohammad would appear and, along with the spiritual dignitaries, help with the purification of the Carnal Self of people in India. This is the Ghazwa that needed to take place and it has already happened.

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Sachay Murshid Ki Pehchan
8th April 2017|LecturesVideos

Sachay Murshid Ki Pehchan

In this discourse, Younus AlGohar provides clear-cut explanation of the importance of a Perfect Spiritual Guide with references from the Koran. His Holiness gives a guideline on how to recognise and identify a Perfect Spiritual Guide and explains the differences between the three types of Perfect Spiritual Guides.

Main points:

– There are certain aspects of Islam which Muslims have made a part of their personal ritualistic practises; they consider these practises to be their whole religion. For example, Shiites believe that the progeny and household of Prophet Mohammad is the greatest and nothing can supercede their rank in spirituality. The Wahhabi sect, on the other hand, does not accept high praise for Prophet Mohammad as they do not believe in an intermediary between them and God. They believe God is enough for them. And the Sunnis simply follow the traditions of the Prophet Mohammad, they believe in saints and visit the shrines of saints and celebrate Urs (death anniversary) of saints and other spiritual dignitaries and consider themselves to be guided.

– It is not enough to simply believe in saints or even celebrate Urs. You must be able to recognise and identify a saint and then obtaining spiritual benevolence from the saint is also important. The most important thing to remember is that first and foremost you need to recognise the Spiritual Guide. Nobody has talked about recognising the Spiritual Guide and because of this many imposter Spiritual Guides rose to the surface. If you have not found the Perfect Spiritual Guide and instead you are following an imposter not only are you wasting your time but you are jeopardising your fate also.

– How does one identify a Perfect Spiritual Guide? He shall be one who has obtained Union with God, his soul shall be infused with God, he would have at least seen God. In other words, a Perfect Spiritual Guide is one who is connected to God. The first step is to recognise and identify the Spiritual Guide. If you don’t do this then you will fall prey at the Devil’s hands. The second step: The Lord said, ‘When it is evident that he [the Perfect Spiritual Guide] is connected to God, then remain steadfast in his company and do whatever he says.’

– The Muslim nation became misguided because they presumed that they will not be able to understand the Koran without the help of the Islamic scholars. Because of this reason they turn a blind eye to even the most blatant verses from the Koran that reveal the important of a Spiritual Guide. This is the reason why Muslims are practically disconnected with the Koran. Koran: “Those whom God wishes to misguide are deprived of a Perfect Spiritual Guide.” The Wahhabis took the opposite meaning of this verse and applied it to the entire humanity, they think it means only God can grant guidance. No, this simply means that those who are destined to be misguided, no Perfect Spiritual Guide can guide them.

– Now, there are three different types of Perfect Spiritual Guides: 1) Kamil Hayat (Exoterically Accomplished) – He can render spiritual benevolence to people during his lifetime and has the ability to grant Opening of the Spiritual Heart within 7 days. 2) Kamil Mumaat (Esoterically Accomplished) – He did not become a saint during his lifetime, rather he was granted sainthood after his demise. He is able to render spiritual benevolence from his grave; Gabriel makes the announcement to the hearts of Momin (true believers) and the saint himself signals them towards his grave. He can grant Opening of the Spiritual Heart within 3 days. 3) Kamil Dhat (Divinely Accomplished) – He dispenses spiritual benevolence during his lifetime as well as after his demise. He has the ability to grant Opening of the Spiritual Heart with a single merciful glance.

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Notice for MFI members – Action Counters Terrorism
23rd March 2017|ActivitiesStatement

Notice for MFI members – Action Counters Terrorism

Notice for MFI members – Action Counters Terrorism

We are civilised people who respect humanity. We cannot be cowed by lunatics who practise the hateful ideology of death.’

Younus AlGohar

Following the horrible terrorist attacks in London, all members of Messiah Foundation UK, Mehdi Foundation UK and Kalki Avatar Foundation are strongly encouraged to report anything relevant to the police by calling 0800 789 321 or by visiting gov.uk/ACT

Together, we can help keep the United Kingdom safe from terrorists. United, we stand against terrorism. We are not afraid.

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We Are UNITED Kingdom! | Westminster Attacks
23rd March 2017|News

We Are UNITED Kingdom! | Westminster Attacks

We Are UNITED Kingdom! | Westminster Attacks

In the wake of the terrorist incidents that took place in London today, we urge all citizens of the United Kingdom to remember that we must stand together against terrorism. Our strength is in our unity!

Learn more about the ideology behind Islamist terrorism in this month’s issue of The True Mehdi: http://joom.ag/pp4W/p14

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Eesa (as) Ki Dobara Aamad Bator-e-Nabi Ya Ummati?
22nd March 2017|LecturesVideos

Eesa (as) Ki Dobara Aamad Bator-e-Nabi Ya Ummati?

Younus AlGohar explains why Jesus Christ’s Second Coming will be as a prophet not an Ummati (follower of Islam), and the real reason behind the Second Coming.

Main points:

– It is said that in the era of Imam Mehdi Jesus Christ shall return as a follower of Imam Mehdi. Some people say this is because prophethood ended with Prophet Mohammad’s departure, therefore, there can be no new prophets. The most important thing to remember is that Jesus Christ was granted prophethood before the advent of Prophet Mohammad in this world. Jesus Christ is not a ‘new prophet’.

– Secondly, God said in the Koran [referring to Jesus]: Jesus shall be granted followers that are helpful to him, are Momin (true believers) and will be better than them. ‘Them’ here is referred to the followers of Jesus from his first advent, who were worse. Therefore, when Jesus Christ returns [his new followers] will be better than the previous ones which alludes to the fact that Jesus Christ will return as a prophet; only a prophet has followers.

– In the spiritual circles, it is said that Jesus Christ shall return as a follower of Imam Mehdi in order to obtain the Personal Name of God so that he may reach the Station of Seeing God. If that was the case, why does the Koran said, ‘Neither was he [Jesus] murdered, nor was he crucified, rather God raised him towards himself.’ This denotes that Jesus Christ was ascended towards God, therefore, he was in the company of God for 2000 years; why would he then seek to reach the Station of Seeing God in his Second Coming?

– Some [Muslims] believe that Jesus Christ shall destroy the cross and annihilate the swine. First of all, Jesus Christ has nothing to do with the cross, why would he destroy it? Crucifixion was the main form of Capital Punishment in the era of the Romans, therefore, ‘the cross’ existed before the advent of Jesus Christ. However, Christians believe that because Jesus died on the cross for the wages of their sins, the cross has now become symbolic to Jesus. Secondly, if there was just one pig in the entire world, it would make sense; however that is not the case. Do you expect Jesus to travel around the world just to kill pigs?

– The real reason for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ is that so he may learn the method of Zam (Spiritual Infusion) for his most elite followers from His Divine Eminence Gohar Shahi. Jesus Christ will be appointed by HDE Gohar Shahi to battle with the Dajjal (Anti-Christ); he will be the commanding soldier in the army of Imam Mehdi Gohar Shahi. Jesus Christ will join hands with Imam Mehdi and establish the Religion of God.

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Younus AlGohar is the Representative of the Awaited One Lord Ra Riaz Gohar Shahi and CEO of Messiah Foundation International. He has been recognised as an Ambassador of Peace and Man of Valour. He is an advocate of divine love and interfaith harmony.
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