It really hit me hard, and not too long ago, how clear it is. The obvious and simple fact that this world does not have anything like Laa Ilaaha Illallaah or Muhammadur Rasoolullah.

Not separately. Not both of them taken together in the form of the Kalimah:

Laa Ilaaha Illallaah, Muhammadur Rasoolullah!

What more proof does the world want, or do the Muslims want, for the fact that this Deen is directly from Allah Almighty. And that there is no way on earth or in heaven this could have been a human creation.

If it were, would’t there be more of things like this around? And wouldn’t everybody be flaunting their ware and bragging about it?

Muslims, think! Come out of your stupor and ignorance and think!

Non-Muslims, think! Put away your prejudices and fears and think!

For, your creator wants you all to think. And think freely — and without holds.

Don’t be slow like me on the uptake, as they used to say in England, that it took me so long to see this blazing glory of light right in front of my eyes.

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I am saying miraculous because I have no other word in the English language to describe it. It is so amazing, what I am about to talk about, and stupendous and so absolutely unbelievable that I don’t know what else to call it.

I am talking about the human face.

As for using the expression design, that is simple. Because, design is what it is no matter how you look at it. […]

Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, came into this world in the 7th Century. He changed that world, from the way it was to pretty much the way it is today.

That means a lot of the things that you see in the world today, and you think they are all good, and you like them, chances are many of them are traceable to the teachings and legacy of Prophet, Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam.

What I am about to say here is not an expression of my faith as a Muslim, but a simple statement of empirical truth. That means anyone anywhere can take any of what I am saying here and subject it to a Truth-Test of their own. […]

“Amateurs do things however they please: randomly; haphazardly; by the seat of their pants, as they say.

Professionals do things the right way.

There is consistency and predictability in the work of professionals – because professionals follow routine and process.

Civilized societies are societies of laws, they say, and not of men.

That means the more a civilization progresses, the more bound and guided it becomes by laws, rules and procedures, and the less it runs based on the whim and convenience of individuals.

We as Muslims should aim at 100 percent professionalism. That means we must follow a certain process and set of procedures in everything we do.

Our work must always be consistent and predictable and perfect.

And it must always be the best that it can possibly be.

Of course, all this within the means, resources and skills God has given us.

But then, as Muslims, it is also our duty to do everything in our power to improve our skills and increase of our means and resources.

I can’t think of a more perfect example of consistency and predictability in Islam — or anywhere else — than Salah or Namaz.

That itself is proof, right there, that this Namaz or Salah is not of human design but purely and entirely of divine origin.

The same Takbir, the same recitation from the Qur’an, the same Rukoo’, the same Sajdah, the same Jalsah, the same Tashahhud, and so on and so on, in every Namaz or Salah.

But what makes it all the more of a miracle is not just how perfect it is in every way, but how it was born that way from Day One – 1400 years ago on this earth.

Nothing changed. Nothing morphed.

How do you explain something like that in purely human terms?

If people saw Muslims doing Salah or Namaz and they analyzed and tried to understand what Muslims were doing, that alone would be enough to make someone a Muslim, no matter what background they may come from.

That is how mind-bogglingly consistent, predictable and perfect the routine of the Salah or Namaz is in every respect – every time and everywhere.” (Dr. Pasha)