Submitters and the “Islamic” World
Submitters are people from all over the world with different backgrounds, educational levels, different origins and races who follow the religion of Abraham as decreed by God for them in the Quran:
[42:13] He decreed for you the same religion decreed for Noah, and what we inspired to you, and what we decreed for Abraham, Moses, and Jesus: “You shall uphold this one religion, and do not divide it.” The idol worshipers will greatly resent what you invite them to do. GOD redeems to Himself whomever He wills; He guides to Himself only those who totally submit.
Submitters believe, recognize and uphold God’s words in the Quran when He points out that it doesn’t matter what people call their
religion, as long as they fulfill the following three criteria:
[2:62] Surely, those who believe, those who are Jewish, the Christians, and the converts; anyone who (1) believes in GOD, and
Submitters uphold the true teachings of Submission (Islam in Arabic). They strive to peacefully spread the truth about the Quranic message. Their hope is to bring believers and worshippers of God alone closer together, regardless of what they call their faiths.
Submitters are against oppression (2:217), and for the freedom of religion and peace (2:256).
The “Islamic” World
The so-called Islamic word DOES NOT follow the true Islam as decreed by God in the Quran. They follow man-made rules and books containing falsehood, contradictions and a lot of nonsense.
It is in these fabrications, which have been falsely attributed to Prophet Muhammad, that evil people and terrorists who hijacked the beautiful religion of Islam find support for their tyrannical and unjust laws. Because people insist upon disregarding God’s word and following blindly their scholars and religious leaders, the so-called Islamic world will remain in its sad state where they can’t get along with one another; they are the worst in oppression and the least in development, etc.
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