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For instance, the person who refuses to perform the prayer is flogged
To whom who says the Quran is not complete part 2

To whom who says the Qur’an is not complete… part 2

The same person’s destination is Heaven according to a given sect and Hell according to another.

For instance, the person who refuses to perform the prayer is flogged according to the Hanafi sect, but is killed according to the Hanbali, Shafi and Maliki sects. The latter three sects commit a heinous crime, the greatest sin according to the Hanafi sect, while cruelty is attributed to the Hanafi sect that flogged but abstained from murdering the culprit according to the other sects. In accordance with the mentality that divides the religion, God will sort out the Muslims depending on their sects and judge the flogging of the Hanafi and approve his act, while He will do the same thing with regard to the murder of the Shafi and mark it with approval. The person refusing to perform the prayer killed by a Hanafi will be sent to hell, but if he is killed by a Shafi, the act will be one deserving the reward in paradise. No matter what the number of followers of such paradoxical religious concepts is, how can one of a sound mind consider them seriously? The approach that preferred to imitate rather than cogitate and declared the Qur’an incomprehensible by the layman has immersed the public into abysmal ignorance. Can God have revealed the religion and made it exclusive to these sectarians? Yet, He addresses humanity saying ‘O people!’ and makes no reference to the Four Imams.

**According to the Qur’an, there is no punishment for one who not performing the contact prayer.

Despite the verses of the Qur’an that say there is no compulsion in religion and that contain no provision for those who do not perform the act of worship required of them, why do the imams, at their discretion, pronounce their respective judgments, all of which are admissible, though incompatible?

There are people who claim that differences between the sects are insignificant, that the Hanafi sect suits better the town dweller, while the Shafi sect suits better the villagers! With such inept remarks, they lured people to fancy apish manners. The sects have taken different shapes and moved away from the basic tenets of the Qur’an and almost become dissimilar creeds. The sectarian imam interprets the hadith he chooses at his discretion, according to his own view of life and supersedes the Qur’an and the hadiths. Dissent from the true and unique religion of the Qur’an is only too apparent in their attitude.

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30:31-32 “do not join those who ascribe partners to God, 32 those who divide

their religion into sects, with each party rejoicing in their own.

This is just an simple example from thousands and thousands of examples and more dangerous than that, the question now is serious and think before you decide , which is your final destiny is based on your choice: 
Are you still following in the  footsteps of your forefathers?


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