"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)

“Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, in every corner of the world, Muslims cry from the rooftop the First Commandment, which says: “There Is No God besides God!” And they are the only ones anywhere on earth that do that. Except that they do it in the original Arabic, as it was laid down by God Almighty in the Qur’an, and as it was taught by Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, 1400 years ago.

That is the commandment that is at the core of the Ten Commandments in the Old Testament. It is also the commandment that Jesus Christ, may God bless him, called the “most important commandment of all.” And that is the commandment that today Muslims throughout the world proclaim to the whole world on a daily and hourly basis – actually non-stop and around the clock. It is also something they have been doing non-stop for the past 1400 years.

It would be nice to find out how many truly Bible-loving and God-fearing Christians and Jews know this fact. Or, for that matter, how many Muslims themselves realize or understand that this is what they are doing or the significance of what they are doing. And how many of them ever think of sharing this secret with their non-Muslim friends, neighbors and compatriots.”  (Dr. Pasha)