Their faces were deep black
And they were very terrifying
They supported deep darkness
Although they were from so-called illuminators
I always stayed away from them.
I was utterly disgusted by them and I loathed them
All the time.
I was nauseated from the People of Madrasa
That educated rabbis and priests for Islam.
I vomited and threw up every instant.
They are as if inevitable misfortune that pestered Islam.
To fight against these two GREAT troublemakers
Scientifically and resolutely is a JIHAD. (*)
It is even the GREATEST JIHAD,
This was taught to me in this way
By the greatest Sufi Masters.
I learnt it like this,
I still know it as such.
19TH September 2006
(*) Jihad means to strive or to struggle. In other words, it is a scientific battle. Jihad is not an armed battle, you do not use guns in jihad. The armed battle is called as “harp (war)”. The word “harp” is written in the Koran. Jihad does not mean “war”. Guns or weapons are used in a war but jihad is made with science. Some groups of people confuse the word “jihad” with “harp (war)” and cause a confusion of concepts. Jihad is never a war. Jihad is a scientific battle. The words “ijtihad” and “mujtehid” are derived from the infinitive “cehd”. These words are derived from the same verb which means to strive or struggle.