Prophet Abraham, Alaihis Salam, was a great fighter. Not for this or that petty cause or issue. But for God.

That means for Truth; for Justice; for the Universal Right of All Human Beings to love, honor, cherish, adore, worship and obey one God: The Almighty!

Call it a Fundamental Human Right if you will.

In fact, the commitment Prophet Abraham (Alaihis Salam) to his cause, and to his mission of Taking God’s Message to Every Home and Heart, was so great, and his fight for God above and for Humanity below was so focused, single-minded, sustained and unflagging, and often so lonely and solitary, that God declared him a nation entire of himself.

Imagine that! God Almighty changes the entire human equation to comfort and console someone who loved God unconditionally and whom God loved.

One single human being -- Abraham, Alaihis Salamm -- was elevated to the level of an entire group, an entire nation, an entire society -- all by himself. All that based on the great suffering that Abraham, Alaihis Salamm, endured and all the enormous sacrifices he made.

And based on all the love that he possessed for God.

That was, maybe, God's way of not just comforting and consoling Prophet Abraham, Alaihis Salam, but also of showing him what the true worth and value of his work was in the eyes of God. 

So, nowadays, when many of those Working for Allah go through the same sorrow and suffering that Prophet Abraham, Alaihis Salam, went through, and they also experience the same sense of being alone and unsupported in the world, they must draw comfort from knowing that they are not alone.

They must know that they are very special people in the eyes of their maker – and their true master and employer in this world – and each one of them is nothing less than a full-fledged team and a nation.

So, where are all the solitary and lonely fighters for Allah and Humanity today? 

Here is a message for them: 

You may be one in your own eyes, and in the eyes of the world, but in the eyes of your creator you are a sea swell of humanity -- each one of you a Nation Entire of Himself or Herself.

And before you take one more step in your lonely and solitary path, stop! Tarry a while; take a breath; and then take along this personal message that Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, left for you:

Toobaa Lil Ghurabaa!


My personal greetings, congratulations and felicitations to those lonely, solitary souls, who are shunned and rejected by others because of their love of God and because of their Working for Allah!


"Here are four dots for you to connect:

  1. Abraham, God Bless Him, was an iconoclast and a monotheist. His whole life revolved around the notion: No God but God.
  2. Moses, God Bless Him, gave us the First Commandment: No God but God.
  3. Jesus, God Bless Him, called the First Commandment the most important commandment of all: No God but God.
  4. Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, gave us Kalimah Tayyibah, the Good Word: No God but God.

Question: Connect these four dots – these four points of Divine Light – and what do you get?

Answer: You get Islam, the message that God sent through prophets such as Abraham, Moses and Jesus (God Bless Them) to their respective people in their specific time periods and which God then perfected and sent through Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, to all people for all times." (Dr. Pasha)


  • No coercion in belief
  • Abraham's Sacrifice
  • Hajj - a celebration of freedom to worship
  • Moses leading his people to Freedom
  • Prophet Muhammad (sallalahu alaihi wasalaam) brought the message of Liberty
  • The propaganda against Jesus
  • Truth threatens those in Power
  • Husain's death
  • The American fight for freedom

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Featured in this program:

  • World Day of God
  • Hajj - A Commemoration of God
  • Abraham's Story
  • Treating People with Respect
  • The Preservation of Islam for 1400+ years
  • The Presence of God
  • Propaganda against Islam