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Chapter One: Introduction
Chapter Two: Money in the Qur’ān and Sunnah
Chapter Three: The Grand Design
Chapter Four: The Grand Design and the Judeo-Christian
Chapter Five: Our Response
I am happy that this booklet was written here in Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia, a city which has been so kind and hospitable to me over the years,
and was completed in blessed Ramadān 1428H while I am still engaged in a
year-long Islamic lecture-tour, and far away from the comforts of my home
in the Caribbean island of Trinidad.
A writer who writes a book while travelling, as many distinguished
scholars of Islam have done in our glorious past, suffers from the
disadvantage of not having access to his library of books, and often has to
quote from memory. As such, minor errors can result from lapses of memory.
I seek forgiveness for such.
The size of this booklet has been kept deliberately small in order to
encourage our people to read it. The language used is also quite simple and
free from such technical economic jargon as fiat money. Hence the average
reader should encounter no difficulties in respect of language.
It is very likely that terrible events will unfold in the world of money
within a brief time of the publication of this booklet that would validate the
analysis conducted. Hence readers should not delay in assessing the
arguments raised and, if found convincing, in searching for and adopting a
proper response to the challenge.
There should also be no delay in reaching out this booklet, in as many
languages as possible, to as many Muslim communities as possible. For this
reason there is no copyright claim on this publication. Those, on the other
hand, who dismiss the basic arguments of this booklet, will find themselves
in a quandary when those evil events unfold in the world of money.
I must enter into the record my pride and happiness over the efforts
made by a simple and humble former Malaysian banker, Nik Mahani
Mohamad, who was involved in the initial effort to establish Islamic Banking
in Malaysia. Her eyes were opened to the fraudulent nature of much of socalled
Islamic banking when she attended my lecture on the subject at the
Royal Malaysian Mint a few years ago. She turned around, changed course,
and proceeded with courage, integrity and passionate commitment to promote
the cause of the Gold Dinār and a true Ribā-free economy. Both she and my
dear student, Shirazuddin Adam Shah, were involved in organising the
‘International Conference on the Gold Dinar Economy’ which was held in
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in July 2007, and in which the initial text of this
booklet was presented as a paper.
May Allah Most Kind bless Sister Nik Mahani Mohamad for her noble
efforts to restore the Gold Dinār and the Ribā-free economy. Āmīn! And may
others be inspired to follow her noble example. Amīn!
Imran N. Hosein
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Ramadan 1428/October 2007
Abū Bakr ibn Abi Maryam reported that he heard the
Messenger of Allah say: "A time is certainly coming over
mankind in which there will be nothing (left) that will be of
use (or benefit) save a Dinār (i.e., a gold coin) and a
Dirham (i.e., a silver coin).” [This prophecy clearly
anticipates the eventual collapse of the fraudulent monetary
system now functioning around the world.]
(Musnad, Ahmad)
It is both strange and embarrassing that even at this late
hour when enemies are about to weld into place the final iron
gate of a financial Guantanamo, so many Muslims remain
ignorant about the devilish nature of European-created money
in the modern world. One has even criticised this writer for
having “funny” views concerning money.
There seems to be little understanding of the role that a
European-created money-system has been playing in delivering
to enemies of Islam the capacity to engage in massive legalised
theft of the wealth of mankind. Nor is there realization that
those enemies have designed a monetary system that would
eventually deliver to them financial dictatorship over the whole
world. They have already succeeded in enslaving millions of
Muslims (as well as others amongst mankind) with slave wages
and even destitution, while pursuing a sinister global agenda on
behalf of the Euro-Jewish State of Israel. It is truly pathetic to
listen to those who blame Pakistanis and Indonesians for
miserable poverty in Pakistan and Indonesia.
The news media, even in countries that declare ‘Islam’ to
be the State religion, is notorious for blanking out all news
reports concerning this important subject. An example of such
was the important ‘International Conference on the Gold Dinār
Economy’ that was held at Kuala Lumpur’s Putra World Trade
Center on July 24th and 25th 2007. An excellent keynote
address, delivered by a former Malaysian Prime Minister, Tun
Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, set the stage for two days of intensive
deliberations on the subject of ‘money’. This booklet is an
expanded version of our paper entitled “Explaining the
Disappearance of Money with Intrinsic Value” which we presented
at the conference shortly after the feature address. Readers may
wish to assess the coverage of that conference in the Malaysian
English-language newspapers.
What is far worse than the news blackout is that classically
trained scholars of Islam (i.e., ‘Ulamā) seem to share with
ordinary Muslims this strange and highly embarrassing state of
ignorance, or silence, concerning the fraudulent nature of
modern money. Even when they realise that there is something
dangerously wrong about modern money, so many in this
strange modern age lack the courage to denounce the monetary
system of non-redeemable paper money as fraudulent and,
hence, Harām.
Governments who rule over Muslims present the most
pathetic scene of all. Neither do they understand the dangerous
reality of money today, nor do they want to know the subject.
The reason for this is located in the subservient role to which
they must adhere as governments in their relations with the
Judeo-Christian alliance that now rules the world.
The solitary exception to this dismal state of affairs has
been the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dr. Mahathir
Mohamad. He not only understood the exploitative nature of the
monetary system created by modern western civilization, but
also, and quite correctly so, did what scarcely any of the Muftis
of Islam have so far done, or dare to do. He called for the return
to the Gold Dinār as money, in place of the money-system built
around the utterly fraudulent US dollar, so that Muslims could
extricate themselves from financial and economic oppression
and exploitation.
We offer this essay on the ‘future of money’ for the benefit
of those who believe in the Qur’ān as the revealed word of the
One God, and in Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah Most High
be upon him) as the last of His Prophets. We are conscious of the
fact that we must not only explain this subject adequately but
that we must also pray that Allah Most Kind may intervene and
remove the veils from so many eyes. Only then would they
recognise the looming final stage of a fraudulent monetary
system designed to impose complete financial slavery upon
mankind. The system is designed to target in particular those
who resist the mysterious Judeo-Christian alliance that now
rules the world.
The final stage of evolution in their monetary system
would witness the universal embrace of electronic money, the
brightest jewel of their evil monetary crown, which would
totally replace today’s fraudulent paper currencies. Indeed this
final stage has already commenced, and all that the international
monetary bandits now need is a world crisis (such as a nuclear
attack on Iran which has not as yet occurred but which is
expected at any time) that would result in a total collapse of the
US dollar and a consequent mass stampede away from paper
Already the impending collapse of the US dollar is
reflected in the rising price of gold – now close to the record of
US$850 an ounce set in January 1980. The world can expect to
see the price of gold escalate to US$3000 or more per ounce.
The same thing would happen to the price of oil. Perhaps the
psychological shock of the collapse of the US dollar would
produce the stampede through which electronic money would
effortlessly replace paper money as the new cashless moneysystem
of the world.
We attempt in this essay to introduce the reader to the
subject of money as located in both the blessed Qur’ān and the
Sunnah of the blessed Prophet (sallalahu ‘alaihi wa sallam). We
demonstrate that such money (which we call Sunnah money)
always possessed intrinsic value. By that, we mean that the
value of the money, whatever that value might be, and
regardless of changes in value that might naturally occur, was
stored within the money, and was thus immune to arbitrary
external manipulation and devaluation.
We further demonstrate that the monetary system created
by the ruling European Judeo-Christian alliance was
specifically designed to remove ‘money with intrinsic value’
from the money-system of the world, and to replace it with
money that had no intrinsic value. Such non-redeemable paper
currencies could then be devalued. When they were devalued,
not only would it result in an unjust legalised theft of the wealth
of those who used the devalued currency but additionally, it
would become more and more expensive for such countries to
repay loans which were taken on interest. Eventually these
countries would be trapped with debts they could never repay,
and would thus be at the mercy of those whose suspiciously
large loans to them were meant to deliver precisely such control
over them. (See John Perkins, ‘Confessions of an Economic Hit-
As money was devalued, the cost of property, labour,
goods and services in the territories of the devalued currencies
would become cheaper and cheaper for those who created the
monetary system. Eventually one part of the world could live
very comfortably while the rest of the world, with their
constantly devalued money, sweated and laboured in a new
slavery to keep the bandits permanently rich and with
permanent first class tickets on the ship of life. As poverty
increased in the targeted countries, corruption naturally also
increased. Those who had the intellectual acumen of cattle
would then wonder loudly: why do Muslim countries suffer
from so much corruption while the West (which had looted
their wealth and was living off their sweat) was so free from
Then when the IMF forced privatization upon those whose
money had lost value, the bandits could then buy out oil and gas
fields, power-supply companies, telephone companies, etc., in
such countries for a song and six-pence, i.e., for a price far less
than their true value. It remains an enigma that Venezuela’s
Hugo Chavez could understand the exploitative role of the IMF
and could terminate Venezuela’s membership in that
organization, while the scholars of Islam remain amazingly
silent on the subject.
This essay goes on to explain that the enemies are not
content with simply living off the sweat of others through
exploiting to their advantage a monetary system that is unjust
and oppressive. Rather they have a grand design to so
financially enslave the masses as to permit them to impose their
dictatorship over the whole world. Their dictatorship would, in
turn, pave the way for the Euro-Jewish State of Israel to become
the ruling state in the world and, eventually, for a ruler of Israel
to startle the world with the utterly fraudulent claim that he is
the true Messiah. In fact, he would be Dajjāl the false Messiah
or Anti-Christ! We are now so close to that event that this
writer confidently predicts that children now at school would
live to see it (See ‘Jerusalem in the Qur’an’ and the second chapter
of ‘Sūrah al-Kahf and the Modern Age’ available for free download
on the website:
Unless one has an understanding of the grand design
behind the creation of the contemporary monetary system of
non-redeemable paper money, one cannot respond properly to
the challenge posed by that monetary system. Yet this writer
has tried in vain to convince his distinguished and learned peers
of the need to understand that grand design before embarking
on an effort to restore the Gold Dinār as money.
Many secularised Muslims in the modern age fervently
believe that religion should have nothing to do with economic
and political life. Such Muslims would be at a loss to explain,
or even understand, the following incident in the life of Prophet
Muhammad (sallalahu ‘alaihi wa sallam):
Abū Sa’īd al-Khudri said that Bilāl brought the Prophet some Barni
dates, and when he asked him where he had gotten them he replied: “I
had some inferior quality dates so I exchanged two Sa's of them for
one Sa’ (of this).” The Prophet responded: “Ah! This is the very
essence of Ribā, the very essence of Ribā! Do not do so, but when you
wish to buy, sell the dates in a separate transaction, then buy with
what you get.”
(Bukhāri, Muslim)
We learn from the above that Prophet Muhammad (sallalahu
‘alaihi wa sallam) prohibited an unequal exchange of ‘dates’ for
‘dates’. He declared such an exchange to be the very essence of
Ribā. Yet there is evidence that an unequal exchange of
‘camels’ for ‘camels’ was permitted:
Yahya related to me from Mālik from Nāf’i that Abdullah ibn Umar
bought (i.e., exchanged) a female riding-camel for four camels and he
guaranteed to give them in full to the buyer at ar-Rabādha.
(Muwatta, Imām Mālik)
The question naturally arises: why was there a prohibition
of an unequal exchange of dates, but no prohibition of an
unequal exchange of camels?
The answer to that question, located in a very important
Hadīth of the blessed Prophet (sallalahu ‘alaihi wa sallam)
concerning Ribā, explains what is money in Islam:
Abī Sa’īd al-Khudri reported Allah’s Messenger as saying: “Gold for
gold, silver for silver, wheat for wheat, barley for barley, dates for
dates, and salt for salt. (When a transaction is) like for like, payment
being made on the spot, then if anyone gives more or asks for more,
he has dealt in Ribā, the receiver and the giver being equally guilty.”
(Sahīh, Muslim)
The above Hadīth of Prophet Muhammad (sallalahu ‘alaihi
wa sallam) has very clearly established three things:
Firstly, it established ‘money’ in Islam to be either
precious metals such as gold and silver, or other commodities
such as wheat, barley, dates and salt which are commodities of
regular consumption as food but which have a shelf-life. Thus,
when there was a scarcity of gold and silver coins in the market
in Madina, commodities such as dates, which were available in
the market in abundant supply, and which had a shelf life, were
used as money. Consequently, we can now answer the above
The unequal exchange of camels for camels was
permissible since animals were never used as money. An
unequal exchange of dates for dates had to be prohibited,
however, because dates were used as money, and permission
for such an exchange would open the door for a moneylender to
lend money on interest.
If the same principle concerning the use of commodities
such as dates as money, were to be applied in the Indonesian
island of Java, for example, then rice could be used as money if
gold and silver coins were to be in short supply in that market.
In the island of Cuba on the other hand, sugar could be used as
money, etc.
Some scholars of Islam argue that mankind is free to use
anything, even a grain of sand, as money. Therefore, there is no
prohibition to printing paper and assigning any value to the
paper. Our response is that grains of sand or shells found on the
seashore cannot qualify in Islam as money according to the
Hadīth since they are neither precious metals nor or they
commodities that are consumed regularly as food.
Secondly, when gold, silver, wheat, barley, dates and salt
(rice, sugar, etc.) were used as money, the value of the money
was ‘inside’ the money and not ‘outside’. Hence, the Hadīth
established ‘money’ in Islam to possess intrinsic value.
Thirdly, money was always located within Allah’s
creation in a commodity that was created by Allah Most High,
with value assigned to it by Allah Most High Himself. He
declared of Himself that He was al-Razzāck, the creator of
We may now describe money located in the Sunnah to be the
• precious metals or other commodities as described
• money with intrinsic value,
• money located within Allah’s creation with value
assigned to such money by Allah Most High Himself
Who is the creator of wealth.
Some scholars of Islam hasten to remind us that the
Sunnah is comprised of two parts. The first is that which has
come to us from the blessed Prophet but was based on Divine
guidance. And the second is that which was based on his own
opinion. The Prophet has himself advised his followers in
respect of the second that “you are better informed about your
worldly affairs.” The implication of this advice was that there
was no obligation to follow such Sunnah.
The scholars go on to argue that ‘money’ falls in the
second category. As a consequence, they argue, it is perfectly
legitimate for Muslims to accept the present system of nonredeemable
paper-money in which the Jewish-Christian ruling
alliance simply has to print paper as money, assign a fictitious
value to it, and in the process become creators of as much
wealth as they want. They can then use their currencies to buy
anything they want in any part of the world. However, when
Muslims follow them in this blasphemous activity of creating
wealth out of nothing, a suitcase filled with Indonesian Rupiahs
or Pakistani Rupees cannot buy even a cup of coffee in
Such scholars of Islam have never declared the present
monetary system of non-redeemable paper money to be Harām,
and it seems as though they never will. They are, of course,
very wrong in their judgement and they will have to face the
consequences on the Day of Judgement for that atrocious
failure. They do not consider that money in the form of precious
metals created by Allah Most High with intrinsic value assigned
to them by Allah Himself is firmly grounded in the blessed
Qur’ān itself.
Allah Most High referred to a Dinār in this verse of Sūrah
Āle ‘Imrān
 وم  ن َأ  ه ِ ل اْل  كتا ِ ب م  ن ِإن تْأمنه ِبقن َ طا ٍ ر ي  ؤده ِإَلي  ك  ومن  هم م  ن ِإن تْأمن ه U
ِب  دينا ٍ ر لاَّ ي  ؤده ِإَلي  ك ِإلاَّ ما د  م  ت  عَليه َقآئما َذل  ك ِبَأن  ه  م َقاُلوْا َلي  س  عَلينا ف ي
W الأُمي  ين  سِبي ٌ ل  ويُقوُلو َ ن  عَلى الّله اْل َ ك  ذ  ب  و  ه  م ي  عَل  مو َ ن ۉ
“Amongst the People of the Scripture (i.e., the Torah) there are those
who if entrusted (by a fellow Israelite) with a Qintār (a treasure of
money such as a heap of gold coins) for safe-keeping, would return it
upon demand. Yet amongst them there are those who if entrusted (by
a Gentile, i.e., one who was not an Israelite) with a (single) Dinār (a
gold coin) for safe-keeping, would not return it on demand unless the
owner were to persist in demanding the return of his property. The
reason for this (double standard) is because they argue that the
(religious law) placed no obligation on them to be just and fair in their
dealings with Gentiles. But they tell a lie against Allah (Most High),
and they know full well (that it is a lie).”
(Qur’ān, Āle ‘Imrān, 3:75)
He also referred to a Dirham in this verse of Sūrah Yūsuf:
W ُ  و  شر  وه ِبَث  م ٍ ن ب  خ ٍ س د  را  ه  م م  ع  دودة  و َ كانوْا فيه م  ن الزا  ه  دي  ن ۓ U
“And they sold him for a few measly Dirhams and they did so
because they considered him to be of little worth.”
(Qur’ān, Yūsuf, 12:20)
In both these verses of the Qur’ān Allah Most High has
referred to ‘money’ as ‘gold’ and ‘silver’ coins. A Dinār was a
gold coin with intrinsic value, and a Dirham or silver coin, also
had intrinsic value. Both are firmly located in Allah’s creation
and both possess value assigned to them by Allah Himself Who
is the creator of wealth.
There are other verses of the Qur’ān that also refer to gold
and silver as wealth, and such wealth could be used as money in
the form of gold Dinārs and silver Dirhams:
زي  ن للنا ِ س  ح  ب ال  ش  ه  وا  ت م  ن الن  ساء  واْلبِن  ين  واْلَقنا  ط ِ ير اْل  مَقن َ ط رة م  ن الذَّ  ه ِ ب U
 واْلف  ضة  واْل  خي ِ ل اْل  م  س  ومة  والأَنعاِم  واْل  ح  ر  ث َذل  ك متا  ع اْل  حياة ال  دنيا  والّله  عن  ده
W  ح  س  ن اْل  مآ ِ ب ۈ
“Beautified for mankind is love of the joys (that come) from women
and offspring; and stored-up heaps of gold and silver (i.e., heaps of
Dinārs and Dirhams), and horses branded (with their mark), and
cattle and land. That is comfort of the life of the world. Allah! With
Him is a more excellent abode.”
(Qur’ān, Āle ‘Imrān, 3:14)
ِإنَّ الَّ  ذي  ن َ كَفروْا  وماتوْا  و  ه  م ُ كفَّار فََلن ي ْ قب َ ل م  ن َأ  ح  د  هم م ْ لءُ الأ  ر ِ ض َذ  هبا U
W [  وَل ِ و اْفت  دى ِبه ُأ  وَلئ  ك َل  ه  م  ع َ ذا  ب َألي  م  وما َل  هم من نا  ص ِري  ن
“Lo! those who disbelieve, and die in disbelief, the (whole) earth full
of gold would not be accepted from such an one if it were offered as a
ransom (hence as money through which he seeks to ransom his soul).
Theirs will be a painful doom and they will have no helpers.”
(Qur’ān, Āle ‘Imrān, 3:91)
يا َأي  ها الَّ  ذي  ن آمنوْا ِإنَّ َ كث  يرا م  ن الأَ  حبا ِ ر  والر  هبا  ن َليْأ ُ كُلو َ ن َأ  م  وا َ ل النا ِ س U
ِباْلبا  ط ِ ل  وي  ص  دو َ ن  عن  سِبي ِ ل الّله  والَّ  ذي  ن ي ْ كِنزو َ ن الذَّ  ه  ب  واْلف  ضَة  و َ لا ينفُقون  ها
W في  سِبي ِ ل الّله َفب  ش  ر  هم ِبع َ ذا ٍ ب َألي ٍ م
“O ye who believe! Lo! many of the (Jewish) rabbis and the
(Christian) monks devour the wealth of mankind wantonly and debar
(men) from the way of Allah. They who hoard up gold and silver and
spend it not (this would obviously be in the context of use of gold
and silver as money) in the way of Allah, unto them give tidings (O
Muhammad) of a painful doom.”
(Qur’ān, al-Tauba, 9:34)
 وَل  ولَا َأن ي ُ كو َ ن النا  س ُأمًة  وا  ح  دًة َل  جعْلنا ل  من ي ْ كُفر ِبالر  ح  م ِ ن لبيوت ِ ه  م  سُقًفا U
 ولبيوت ِ ه  م َأب  وابا  و  سر  را  عَلي  ها يت  ك  ؤو َ ن [ من َف  ضة  ومعا ِ ر  ج  عَلي  ها ي ْ ظ  هرو َ ن
پ  و  ز  خرًفا  وِإن ُ كلُّ َذل  ك َل  ما متا  ع اْل  حياة ال  دنيا  واْلآ  خرُة  عن  د  رب  ك لْل  متق  ين ٿ
“And were it not that (all) men might become of one (evil) way of
life, We would provide, for everyone that blasphemes against (Allah)
Most Gracious, silver roofs for their houses and (silver) stair-ways on
which to go up, and (silver) doors to their houses, and thrones (of
silver) on which they could recline, and also Zukhruf (i.e., gold). But
all this were nothing but conveniences of the present life: The
Hereafter, in the sight of thy Lord is for those who fear (Him).”
(Qur’ān, Zukhruf, 43:33-5)
وِإ ْ ن َأ  ردت  م ا  ستب  دا َ ل  ز  و ٍ ج م َ كا َ ن  ز  و ٍ ج  وآتيت  م ِإ  ح  دا  ه  ن قن َ طا  را َف َ لا تْأ  خ ُ ذو ْا U
W منه  شيًئا َأتْأ  خ ُ ذونه ب  هتانًا  وِإْثمًا مِبينًا
"And if you wish to have (one) wife in place of another and you have
given one of them a Qintār (i.e., a treasure of gold and silver coins),
then take not from it anything; would you take it by slandering (her)
and (doing her) manifest wrong?”
(Qur’ān, al-Nisā, 4:20)
The Qur’ān goes on to reveal the extraordinary news that
gold and silver would maintain their status as things of great
value in the next world as well. In other words, gold and silver
possess a spiritual reality as things of value, in addition to their
value in this material world:
 عالي  ه  م ثيا  ب  سن  د ٍ س  خ  ضر  وِإ  ستبر  ق  و  حلُّوا َأ  سا ِ و  ر من ف  ضة  و  سَقا  ه  م  رب  ه  م U
W  شرابا َ ط  هو  را
“Their raiment will be fine green silk embroidered in gold. Bracelets
of silver will they wear. Their Lord will quench their thirst with a
drink (sparkling) with purity.” [This verse, as well as others that
follow, reveal that gold and silver will remain precious and valuable
in the hereafter as well.]
(Qur’ān, al-Insān, 76:21)
ي َ طا  ف  عَلي ِ هم ِب  ص  حا  ف من َذ  ه ٍ ب  وَأ ْ ك  وا ٍ ب  وفي  ها ما ت  شت ِ هيه اْلَأنُف  س  وتَلذُّ U
W اْلَأ  عي  ن  وَأنت  م في  ها  خال  دو َ ن
“Therein are brought round for them trays of gold and goblets, and
therein is all that souls (i.e., hearts) desire and eyes find sweet. And
you will abide therein forever.”
(Qur’ān, al-Zukhruf, 43:71)
W َفَل  وَلا ُأْلق  ي  عَليه َأ  س ِ و  رٌة من َذ  ه ٍ ب َأ  و  جاء معه اْل  مَلائ َ كُة م ْ قت ِرِن  ين U
"Then why are not gold bracelets bestowed on him, or (why) come
(not) with him angels accompanying him in procession?" [Hence they
recognised gold to be precious and that it can be bestowed from
(Qur’ān, al-Zukhruf, 43:53)
 جنا  ت  ع  د  ن ي  د  خُلون  ها ي  حلَّ  و َ ن في  ها م  ن َأ  سا ِ و  ر من َذ  ه ٍ ب  وُل  ؤُل  ؤا  ولبا  س  ه  م U
W في  ها  حِرير
“Gardens of Eternity will they enter: therein will they be adorned with
bracelets of gold and pearls; and their garments there will be of silk.”
(Qur’ān, al-Fātir 35:33)
ِإنَّ اللَّه ي  د  خ ُ ل الَّ  ذي  ن آمنوا  وع  مُلوا ال  صال  حا  ت  جنا  ت ت  جِري من ت  حت  ه ا U
W اْلَأن  ها  ر ي  حلَّ  و َ ن في  ها م  ن َأ  سا ِ و  ر من َذ  ه ٍ ب  وُل  ؤُل  ؤا  ولبا  س  ه  م في  ها  حِرير
“Allah will admit those who believe and work righteous deeds, to
Gardens wherein rivers flow: they shall be adorned therein with
bracelets of gold and pearls; and their garments there will be of silk.”
(Qur’ān, al-Hajj, 22:23)
ُأ  وَلئ  ك َل  ه  م  جنا  ت  ع  د  ن ت  جِري من ت  حت ِ ه  م اْلَأن  ها  ر ي  حلَّ  و َ ن في  ها م  ن َأ  سا ِ و  ر U
من َذ  ه ٍ ب  ويْلب  سو َ ن ثيابا  خ  ضرا من  سن  د ٍ س  وِإ  ستبر ٍ ق مت  كئ  ين في  ها  عَلى اْلَأ  رائ  ك
W ِن  ع  م الثَّ  وا  ب  و  ح  سن  ت م  رتَفًقا
“For them will be Gardens of Eternity wherein rivers will flow; they
will be adorned therein with bracelets of gold, and they will wear
green garments of fine silk and heavy brocade: They will recline
therein on raised thrones. How good the recompense! How beautiful a
couch on which to recline!”
(Qur’ān, al-Kahf, 18:31)
َأ  و ي ُ كو َ ن َل  ك بي  ت من  ز  خر  ف َأ  و ت  رَقى في ال  س  ماء  وَلن ن  ؤم  ن لرقي  ك  حتى U
W تنز َ ل  عَلينا  كتابا ن ْ قر  ؤه قُ ْ ل  سب  حا َ ن  ربي  ه ْ ل ُ كن  ت َإلاَّ ب  شرا  ر  سو ً لا
"(Even if) you have a house adorned with gold, or you mount a ladder
right into the skies, we shall not believe in your mounting (into the
skies) until you send down to us a book that we could read." Say:
"Glory to my Lord! Am I aught but a man - a messenger?" [Thus they
recognised gold to be something precious and of great value.]
(Qur’ān, al-Isrā, 17:93)
Indeed, the gold Dinār is destined to play a very
significant role on Judgement Day itself. In a very long Hadīth,
the weight of goodness in a heart, when measured against a
Dinār, would be the measure by which people would be taken
out of the hell-fire. Here is the relevant passage from the long
Abū Sa'īd al-Khudri reported: When the Day of Resurrection comes a
Mu'adhdhin (a proclaimer) would proclaim: “Let every people follow
what they used to worship . . . .”
Then their persons would be forbidden to the Fire; and they would
take out a large number of people who had been overtaken by Fire up
to the middle of the shank or up to the knees. They would then say:
“O our Lord not one of those about whom Thou didst give us
command remains in it (in Jahannam)”. He will then say: “Go back
and bring out (from the hell-fire) those in whose hearts you find good
of the weight of a Dinār.” Then they will take out a large number of
people. Then they would say: “O our Lord! We have not left anyone
about whom You commanded us.” He will then say: “Go back and
bring out those in whose hearts you find as much as half a Dinār of
good.” Then they will take out a large number of people, and would
say: “O our Lord! not one of those about whom Thou commanded us
we have left in it.” Then He would say: “Go back and in whose heart
you find good to the weight of a particle bring him out.” They would
bring out a large number of people, and would then say: “O our Lord,
now we have not left anyone in it (Hell) having any good in him . . . .”
(Sahīh, Muslim)
The above verses of the Qur’ān and the above Hadīth
demonstrate that gold and silver were created by Allah Most
High with great value bestowed on them, and that such value
would survive this mundane world to be retained in the next
world as well. The verses also demonstrate that Allah Most
High, in His wisdom, created gold and silver to be used, among
other things, as money. Whoever is so blind as to challenge this
clear fact should prepare himself to defend his view on
Judgement Day.
Money with intrinsic value has today disappeared from the
money-system used around the world. The entire Muslim world
is also guilty of having abandoned ‘money’ that is firmly
grounded in the Qur’ān itself and which is of value even in the
hereafter. Muslims have already paid a horrible price for having
abandoned that ‘sacred money’ and accepted in its place an
utterly fraudulent means of exchange in the form of ‘secular
Our purpose in this essay is to explain, briefly of course,
how and why the disappearance of Sunnah money has occurred.
We ask that those who read, understand and agree with the
arguments presented in this essay, respond to the following
command of Prophet Muhammad (sallalahu ‘alaihi wa sallam):
Abū Sa’īd al-Khudri said: I heard the Messenger of Allah say:
"Whosoever of you sees (anything that is) evil, let him change it with
his hand; and if he is not able to do so, then with his tongue; and if he
is not able to do so, then with his heart; and that is the weakest (state
of) faith."
(Sahīh, Muslim)
There is a grand design that links international politics,
international monetary economics and religion with today’s
fraudulent monetary system. Let us explain.
Every Jewish child knows about, and believes in, a divine
promise communicated to the Israelite people in which Allah
Most High promised that history would end with one man, who
would be a Prophet and the Messiah, ruling the whole world
from the throne of David (‘alaihi al-Salām) in Holy Jerusalem with
eternal rule. Jews concluded there-from that history would end
with Pax Judaica (a Judeo-world-order), and with Jerusalem
once more at the center of the world as it was at the time of
Solomon (‘alaihi al-Salām). They believed that Pax Judaica would
validate the Jewish claim to truth, while invalidating all other
such claims.
It is quite remarkable that Muslims and Christians both
share with Jews the belief that the historical process would
culminate with the Messiah ruling the world with justice from
Holy Jerusalem. However, unlike Jews, Muslims and Christians
both believe that Jesus, the son of the Virgin Mary, was the
divinely promised Messiah. They also both believe that he was
raised into the heavens at the time of the attempt to crucify him,
and that he would return to rule the world from Jerusalem
exactly as divinely prophesied.
The Qur’ān explained the phenomenon of his return by
disclosing that Jesus was not crucified but, rather, that Allah
Most High caused it to appear as such:
 وَق  ول ِ ه  م ِإنا َقتْلنا اْل  مسِي  ح  عي  سى اب  ن م  ري  م  ر  سو َ ل الّله  وما َقتُلوه  وما  صَلبوه U
 وَلكن  شبه َل  ه  م  وِإنَّ الَّ  ذي  ن ا  ختَلُفوْا فيه َلفي  ش  ك منه ما َل  هم ِبه م  ن  عْل ٍ م ِإلاَّ
W اتبا  ع الظَّ  ن  وما َقتُلوه يقينا بل  رَفعه الّله ِإَليه  و َ كا َ ن الّله  عِزي زا  ح  كي  ما
“That they said (in boast), "We killed Christ Jesus the son of Mary,
the Apostle of Allah"; — but they killed him not, nor crucified him,
but so it was made to appear to them, and those who differ therein are
full of doubts, with no (certain) knowledge, but only conjecture to
follow, for of a surety they killed him not. Nay, Allah raised him up
unto Himself; and Allah is Exalted in Power, Wise.
(Qur’ān, al-Nisā, 4:157-158)
Christians have rejected that declaration of the Qur’ān, and
persist in their belief that Jesus was crucified.
Jews, on the other hand, reject Jesus as the Messiah, and
await another Messiah who would liberate the Holy Land for
Jews, bring them back to the Holy Land to reclaim it as their
own, restore the Holy State of Israel in the Holy Land (i.e., the
Holy Israel that was created by the Prophets David and
Solomon), and then cause that Israel to become the ruling state
in the world. That Messiah would then rule the world from
Holy Jerusalem with Pax Judaica and bring back the Jewish
golden age.
There is compelling evidence that continues to
mysteriously unfold in the world that appears to validate the
Jewish claim to truth. After all, the ‘liberation’ of the Holy
Land took place in 1917. Then the world witnessed the
subsequent return of the Jews to the Holy Land to reclaim it as
their own some 2000 years after they were expelled from it by
divine decree. The establishment of the present (imposter) State
of Israel then followed in 1948, and subsequently growth of
Israel to super-power status in the world became evident.
Along the way the Judeo-Christian alliance that brought modern
western civilization into being has made steady progress
towards the establishment of a world government. It now
appears to be only a matter of time before Israel replaces USA
as the ruling state in the world, and a ruler of Israel makes his
appearance as the head of a world government based in
Jerusalem, and he makes the momentous claim that he is the
Prophet Muhammad (sallalahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) informed the
world that Allah Most High, who had pre-knowledge of all
events, had responded to the Jewish rejection of the true
Messiah by creating a false Messiah. He disclosed that Allah
Most High would release that evil being into the world in a
dimension of time other than our own (see chapter two of ‘Surah
al-Kahf and the Modern Age’ entitled ‘The Qur’an and Time’), and
with a mission to impersonate the true Messiah. Consequently
Dajjāl the false Messiah would have to attempt to establish a
world government through which he would rule over the world
from Jerusalem.
There is information in the life of the blessed Prophet
which indicates that the false Messiah was released into the
world after the Prophet’s Hijrah to Madina had taken place, and
after the Jews of Madina had rejected him as a true Prophet and
the Qur’ān as the revealed word of Allah Most High.
‘Jerusalem in the Qur’ān,’ has explained this subject in quite
some detail.
The Prophet also disclosed that one of the most formidable
weapons that the false Messiah would use to achieve his goal of
ruling the world from Jerusalem would be that of reducing
mankind to such a state of internal spiritual blindness that they
would be incapable of perceiving his diabolical strategies and
would thus be deceived. (See ‘Surah al-Kahf and the Modern
Age’ chapter on ‘Moses and Khidr’). The Prophet disclosed the
supreme strategy through which the false Messiah would seek
to impose his universal dictatorship over mankind to be the
weapon of Ribā. With Riba he would enslave with poverty
those who resist him, and empower with wealth those who
accept and support him. The rich elite of mankind so created
would then be used as clients and surrogates to exploit and
enslave the poor masses and rule over them on behalf of the
false Messiah.
The Qur’ān has strictly prohibited Muslims from entering
into friendly relations or an alliance with such Jews and
Christians who themselves reconcile and establish Judeo-
Christian friendship and alliance. It did so in the following
momentous verse of Sūrah al-Māidah:
يا َأي  ها الَّ  ذي  ن آمنوْا َ لا ت  خ ُ ذوْا اْلي  هود  والن  صا  رى َأ  ولياء ب  ع  ض ه  م َأ  ولياء ب  ع ٍ ض U
W  ومن يت  ولَّ  هم من ُ ك  م َفِإنه من  ه  م ِإنَّ الّله َ لا ي  ه  دي اْلَق  وم الظَّال  م  ين ڤ
“Oh you who believe (in Allah Most High) do not take (such) Jews
and Christians as your friends and allies who themselves are friends
and allies of each other. And whoever from amongst you turns to
them with friendship and alliance belongs to them. Surely Allah will
not guide a people who commit such (an act of) Dhulm (evil,
(Qur’ān, al-Māidah, 5:51)
We live in precisely such a world in which a Judeo-
Christian alliance has emerged for the very first time in history.
It is that alliance which has created modern western civilization,
and which now rules the world through the United Nations
Organization, etc. It has created a monetary and economic
system through which it has already succeeded in unjustly
enriching itself at the expense of the rest of the world. It is that
Jewish-Christian alliance which established the International
Monetary Fund. The reader must now question whether the
Qur’anic verse quoted above has prohibited Muslim
membership in international organization created and controlled
by that Jewish-Christian alliance. The answer should be
A rich elite now rules over the poor masses of mankind,
and the rich nations now rule over the rest of the world. In
addition, the wealthy ruling elite around the world now
constitute one Jamā’ah, and the stage is now set for the
appearance of their one Amīr, who would rule the world from
Jerusalem and would be the false Messiah.
Those who cannot recognize Dajjāl the false Messiah as
the mastermind behind the present world-order, now rule
almost the entire Muslim world. They consequently defy the
Qur’anic prohibition while establishing and maintaining
friendly ties and even alliance with that Judeo-Christian
alliance. So long as such people continue to rule over Muslims,
the Ummah of Muhammad (sallalahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) would
continue to remain imprisoned in miserable poverty and
incapable of resisting those who wage war on Islam on behalf
of the State of Israel.
We now describe one of the processes of Riba through
which Dajjāl empowers with wealth those who support him,
and enslaves with poverty those who oppose him. What he did
was to establish an international monetary system that corrupted
money in such a way that it could be manipulated and made to
function as a vehicle of legalized theft, gigantic fraud, and
economic oppression. One of the very visible forms of such is
the exploitation of labor through slave wages. Around the
world of the so-called free market economy today, governments
have found it necessary to impose minimum wage legislation in
order to prevent bloody rebellion by those imprisoned in slave
The reader can easily recognize the very heart of the
process of legalized theft in the international monetary system
that the Judeo-Christian alliance has created by focusing
attention on an event that occurred in April 1933. The US
Government enacted legislation at that time prohibiting
American residents from keeping gold coins, bullion or gold
certificates in their possession. Gold coins were demonetized,
and were no longer permitted as legal tender. They could not be
used as money. If anyone was caught with such gold after a
certain date, he could be fined $10,000 and/or be imprisoned for
six months. In exchange for the gold coins and bullion, the
Federal Reserve Bank, which is a private bank, offered paper
currency (i.e., US dollars) with an assigned numerical value of
$20 for every one ounce of gold.
Most Americans rushed to exchange their gold for paper
currency, but those who were aware of the rip off that was
about to take place bought gold with their paper currency and
then shipped the gold away to Swiss banks.
It is significant that the British government also
demonetized gold coins in the same year as the US. They did so
through the simple expedient of suspending the redeemability
of the sterling paper pound into gold.
After all the gold in USA had been exchanged for paper
currency, the US Government then proceeded in January 1934
to arbitrarily devalue the US paper dollar by 41% and to then
rescind the law of prohibition concerning gold that was
previously enacted. The American people rushed back to
exchange their paper currency for gold at the new exchange
value of $35 per ounce of gold. In the process, they were
robbed of 41% of their wealth. The reader can now easily
recognize the legalized theft that takes place when paper
currency is devalued.
The Qur’ān has specifically prohibited, hence declared
Harām, such a robbery of people’s wealth. It has done so, for
example, in these verses of Sūrah al-Nisā and Sūrah Hūd:
يا َأي  ها الَّ  ذي  ن آمنوْا َ لا تْأ ُ كُلوْا َأ  م  واَل ُ ك  م بين ُ ك  م ِباْلبا  ط ِ ل ِإلاَّ َأن ت ُ كو َ ن ت  جا  رًة  ع ن U
W ترا ٍ ض من ُ ك  م  و َ لا ت ْ قتُلوْا َأنُف  س ُ ك  م ِإنَّ الّله َ كا َ ن ِب ُ ك  م  ر  حي  ما
“O ye who believe! Do not appropriate each others property and
wealth in a manner that is unjust and unfair: Rather, let business be
transacted in a manner that brings mutual satisfaction . . . .!”
(Qur’ān, al-Nisā, 4:29)
 ويا َق  وِم َأ  وُفوْا اْل  م ْ كيا َ ل  واْل  مي زا َ ن ِباْلق  س  ط  و َ لا تب  خ  سوْا النا  س َأ  شياء  ه  م  و َ لا U
W ت  عَث  وْا في الأَ  ر ِ ض م ْ فسِ  دي  ن ڳ
"And O my people! give just measure and weight, and do not deprive
people of what is rightfully theirs by diminishing the value of their
things (such as value of labor, merchandise, property, etc.) and do not
commit evil in the land with intent to corrupt and destroy.”
(Qur’ān, Hud, 11:85)
And Prophet Muhammad (sallalahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) has
declared such transactions which are based on deception, and
which yield a profit or gain to which one is not justly entitled
(i.e., acts of ‘ripping off’), to be Ribā.
The Federal Reserve Bank appeared in the above incident
to have initiated a ‘trial run’ to test domestically the new
monetary system through which a massive and unjust transfer
of wealth throughout the unsuspecting world could be achieved.
That transfer would take place through the simple device of
creating money out of worthless paper and then forcing paper
currency upon all of mankind. Those who control the monetary
system would then target certain currencies and force them to
be continuously devalued. As such paper currencies lost value
the unsuspecting masses would suffer massive loss of wealth,
however, their ‘loss’ would result in ‘gain’ for others.
Less than two years earlier, in September 1931, the British
pound was devalued by 30% and this gradually increased to
40% by 1934. France then followed with a devaluation of the
French Fran

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