In the name of GOD, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

                                  Proclaim, “He is the One and Only GOD.”

                                    “The Absolute GOD.”

                                       “Never did He beget. Nor was He begotten.”

                                          “None equals Him.”


 Universal Unity                                                                                       Editor: Keikhosrow Emami

January 1997 [No. 31]


Since his downfall, Satan has ceaselessly pursued his devilish desire to produce gods beside God. These gods have been from carved objects to the idols from among the religious leaders and God's messengers. But the depth of the satanic filth is manifested when one's ego erupts. Nothing is more evil than placing oneself next to God.


[79:15] Have you known about the history of Moses?

[79:16] His Lord called him at the holy valley of Tuwa.

[79:17] “Go to Pharaoh; he has transgressed.”

[79:18] Tell him, 'Would you not reform?

[79:19]Let me guide you to your Lord, that you may turn reverent.”

[79:20] He then showed him the great miracle.

[79:21] But he disbelieved and rebelled.

[79:22] Then he turned away in a hurry.

[79:23] He summoned and proclaimed.

[79:24] He said, “I am your Lord; most high, (الْأَعْلَى)”

[79:25] Consequently, God committed him to the retribution in the Hereafter, as well as in the first life.

[79:26] This is a lesson for the reverent.


Satan's desire to be like the "Most High," "AI-A'alaa," (Isaiah 14:13, 14) earned him damnation for eternity. He passes the curse that is upon him to his constituencies, especially his chief officers. The Pharaoh who lived at the time of Moses was one of these human devils. He followed the footsteps of his master and called himself the "Most High."


Let us bring this home in order to, God willing, understand the magnitude of the crime committed by Ali Fazely. This person claims that the "Most High," in verses 22:62, 31:30, 34:23, 40:12, and 13:9, mentioned in conjunction with "Al-Kabir," another attribute of the Almighty, points to his first name, "Ali." This is as satanic as it can get. All the praises are due to Almighty God. We know that the essence of the teachings of this Quran is: 'There is no other god beside God.' This "No other god beside God," is to be observed both in the "Meaning" and in the "Word." Nowhere in the Quran have we seen the name of any of the prophets or messengers being placed next to the word "God" or any of God's attributes. Ali Fazely's claim over God's attributes in the Quran is a part of a grand satanic scheme. Satan's ultimate ambition is to be a god beside God. He sends his messengers. If they are accepted among the masses, he is accepted as a god beside God. If they are considered "most high," then, Satan becomes the "Most High" of the followers without them realizing it.


[72:18] The places of worship belong to God; do not call on anyone else beside God.


The word "Masajid" used in this verse specifically refers to the places where we fall prostrate before our Creator in order to worship Him alone.  In our five daily Contact Prayers, we prostrate 34 times before the Almighty. The numbers of these prostrations are: 4, 8, 8, 6, and 8. If we place the above numbers side by side, we get:


4,8,8,6,8 = 19 x 2572
Allahu Akbar


While prostrating before Almighty God during our Contact Prayers, what do we utter? Don't we say, "Sobhaana Rabbi AI-A'alaa," "you be glorified our Lord, the Most High?" What is more satanic than having claim over such an awesome name? The "Most High," is God's name that we utter when we fall prostrate, the name that we utter when we lower ourselves to the lowest position possible while worshiping our Lord. Who do the followers of Ali Fazely worship, now and the future generations? The wrath of God is upon Satan!



Which is the greatest?


[40:35] They argue against God's revelations, without any basis. This is a trait that is most abhorred by God and by those who believe. God thus seals the hearts of every arrogant tyrant.


Ali Fazely in his JOURNAL OF SUBMISSION, volume 4 No. 1, March 1996, first page, second paragraph, writes: "When new knowledge about God is revealed we have to embrace it and do not ask why for example Rashad or Abraham did not tell us about God's most beautiful names. The answer is that, they simply did not know the correct answer, since it was not yet the time for it to be revealed." In the same issue, second page, second paragraph, he writes: "I announced about a year ago that we should extol our Lord the way He introduces Himself to us in the Quran. One of God's Most Beautiful Names is AI-Kabeer and according to 7:180, we are commanded by God to call upon Him with His Most Beautiful Names."


It is noteworthy that the mother tongue of most of those who have turned on their heels and have risen in opposition against the Authorized Translation of the Quran is not Arabic. For example, Iranians speak Farsi. There are Arabic words that are borrowed into the Farsi language and are commonly used. However, the exact meanings of some of these words are no longer the same as the meanings in their original language. For example, "Aziz" in Farsi means "Dear," while in Arabic, it means "Mighty." The understanding that the majority of Farsi speaking people have concerning the words "Kabeer" and "Akbar" is completely different with that of the language of the Quran. The word "Kabeer" in Farsi is not used as a name. It is very much a title, a title for greatness. For example, Kouroush Kabeer is Cyrus the Great. Whereas, the word "Akbar," is used as a common name; many people are named "Akbar." As it is evident, in the Farsi language more importance is given to Kabeer than Akbar. This is why those who take their knowledge of the Farsi language into their Quranic research and studies are bound to mess up. In the language of the Quran, a perfect Arabic language (6:103, 26:195), as we will see God willing, the word "Akbar," in greatness and magnitude, is over and above the word "Kabeer." Almighty God has placed two verses in the Quran that in the most clear way resolve this issue.


[2:217] They ask you about the Sacred Months and fighting therein: Say, 'Fighting therein is a (KABEER -كبير ) sacrilege. However, repelling from the path of God and disbelieving in Him and in the sanctity of the Sacred Masjid, and evicting its people, are greater (AKBAR -اكبر) sacrileges in the sight of God."


[2:219] They ask you about intoxicants and gambling: say, 'In them there is a gross (KABEER -كبير) sin. and some benefits for the people. But their sinfulness far outweighs (AKBAR -اكبر) their benefits." 


In the perfect Arabic language of the Quran, the word "Akbar" clearly carries more weight than the word "Kabeer."


[7:180] To God belongs the most beautiful names; call upon Him therewith, and disregard those who distort His names. They will be requited for their sins.


[59:24] He is the One God; the Creator, the initiator, the designer. To Him belong the most beautiful names.


To God belong the most beautiful names either mentioned in the Quran" or mentioned elsewhere. To God belong the most beautiful names in the language of Arabic or any other language. The Quran is a fully detailed scripture. Nowhere in this fully detailed scripture, we read that God's most beautiful names are restricted to the Arabic language or are exclusively mentioned in the Arabic Quran. Kabir and AI-Kabir are mentioned in the Quran as God's attributes. (Please note that God does not always use or needs to use the definition article AL before His names.) As Kabir and AI-Kabir are among the most beautiful names of the Almighty, so is Akbar, for Akbar shows even a greater degree of greatness.


Sura AI-An'am is the 6th sura in the Quran. 6 is the first perfect number in mathematics and also the number of the days of creation. This Sura has 165 verses. 165 is the gematrical value of the most important Quranic statement: "La Elaha Ella Allah," "There is no other god beside God." In Sura 6 the word "Akbar" is mentioned in verses 19 and 78. Let us place the above numbers side by side to see what we get: the number obtained (6,19,78) is a multiple of nineteen. This is God's deliberate design. Allahu Akbar! Now let us see. God willing, what the word "Akbar" represents in this sura.


[6:19] Say, “Whose testimony is (Akbar) the greatest?' Say, 'god's. He is the witness between me and you that this Quran has been inspired to me, to preach it to you and whomever it reaches. ...”


[6:78]  When he (Abraham) saw the sun rising, he said, “This must be my Lord. This is (Akbar) the biggest.”


What other word in this perfect Arabic Quran could be used but AKBAR to justify the magnificence of the Almighty, both in the expression of His testimony and the impression for His greatness? The opening statement of the Quran contains the word God, "Allah," and two of His attributes: Most Gracious, "AI-Rahman," and Most Merciful, "Al-Rahim." The G. Value of these two attributes are 329 and 289 respectively. It is not a coincidence that the G. Value of "Allahu Al-Kabir" and "Allahu Akbar" are also 329 and 289. Almighty God at the very beginning of the Quran in a very profound way is telling us that both AI-Kabir and Akbar are among His most beautiful names.


[2:185] Ramadan is the month during which the Quran was revealed, providing guidance for the people, clear teachings, and the statute book. Those of you who witness this month shall fast therein. Those who are ill or traveling may substitute the same number of other days. God wishes for you convenience, not hardship, that you may fulfill your obligations, (and to glorify God) for guiding you, and to express your appreciation.


The first occurrence of the word "Quran," in the Quran, is in this verse. The verse says that the Quran contains clear teachings. God imposes no hardship on us in practicing our religion, and reminds us to glorify God. This must be a very important verse, for the Almighty has placed an awesome signature on it. 2:185 contains exactly 185 letters and the G. Value of the entire verse is 12,479. If we place the numbers side by side, we get:


19 x 19 x 605314439


In this verse, the statement "Wa Letoukabberullah," "And to glorify God," clearly points to the word "Akbar." However, there is something very intriguing about the mathematics of this command. The G. Value of this statement is 731. If we place the G. Value of Allahu Akbar (289) before it or the G. Value of Allahu AI-Kabir (329) after it, we obtain numbers that are multiple of nineteen.


289,731              731,329

19 x 15249          19 x 38491 

Furthermore, if we add 731, the G. Value of the command, to both 289 and 329, the G. Values of Allahu Akbar and Allahu AI-Kabir, we get:

289 + 731 + 329 = 1349
19 x 71


The above mathematical proofs confirm that both statements Allahu Akbar and Allahu AI-Kabir glorify God alone.


[33:41, 42] O you who believe, you shall remember God frequently. You shall glorify Him day and night.


[74:3] Extol your Lord.” “Wa Rabbaka Fakabber.


The word "Fakabber" clearly points to the word "Akbar." All the praises are due to Almighty God. We know to Him belongs the most beautiful names. Therefore, as we remember Him and think of Him through His awesome attributes, we glorify Him and magnify Him; this we do. God willing, at all times, “Day and Night.” But how do we glorify God during our daily Contact Prayers? Do we pick one of His attributes on random basis every time we stand before Him, or do we have specific words that we must utter?



وَكَبِّرْهُ تَكْبِيرًا

"And magnify Him constantly."



“Wa Kabberhu Takbiraa.” “And magnify Him constantly.” All the praises are due to Almighty God. We know at no other times during day or night we glorify God as often as we do during our Contact Prayers. Let us, God willing, find out how many times we magnify Him during our daily Contact Prayers.   We perform Salaat five times a day, altogether 17 units of Prayers. With magnifying God we start our Contact Prayers. Every time we go through a motion and change our position, we magnify Him. Let us take the prayers one at a time. We start our dawn Prayer with magnifying God. We do the AI-Fatehah, then, while magnifying God we bow down, while magnifying God we stand upright, while magnifying God we fall prostrate, while magnifying God we sit up, while magnifying God we fall prostrate again, and while magnifying God we stand up. Therefore, in our first unit of prayer, we magnify God 7 times. In our second unit, we go through the same motions and, every time, we magnify God. However, after the declaration of our Shahaadah, we end the dawn Prayer. Therefore, in our second unit, we magnify God 6 times, in the rest of our daily Contact Prayers, beside the first unit in which we magnify God 7 times, we magnify God 7 times in the second unit as well, for after the declaration of the first Shahaadah, while magnifying God we stand up for the third unit. Thus, the number of times we magnify God while performing our 17 units of the daily Contact Prayers is as follows: Dawn Prayer: 7,6; Noon Prayer: 7,7,6,6; Afternoon Prayer: 7,7,6,6; Sunset Prayer:7,7,6; and Night Prayer: 7,7,6,6. Let us add the number of times we magnify God in each of the 17 units in order to obtain the total number of times we magnify Him during our daily Contact Prayers:




In our 5 daily Contact Prayers we perform 17 units of prayers in which we magnify God 111 times. Let us add these numbers to see what we get:


5 + 17 + 111 = 133
19 x 7


In the 17 units of our daily Contact Prayers, in a moderate tone, 111 times we magnify our Lord. Let us go to Sura 17, verse 111, in order to see. God willing, what our Creator has reserved for us. At the very end of the verse, our God. "Allah" (G.V. 66), informs us that during our daily Contact Prayers we must magnify Him constantly, 'Wa Kabberhu Takbiraa. ' The gematrical value of this statement is 866. How should we magnify God during our daily Contact Prayers? What should we say? Should we say Allahu Akbar or Allahu AI-Kabir? Let us add the G. Value of Allahu Akbar (289) to the above two numbers in order to see what we get:


(66 + 866 + 289)

"Over it is nineteen."


Glory be to God, 1221 is the gematrical value of 74:30. God Almighty has placed His signature over this issue. Allahu Akbar! Now let us add 17, the number of the units in our daily Contact Prayers and also the Sura Number, and 111, the number of times we magnify God during our daily Contact prayers and also the Verse Number, to the above numbers to see what we get:


66 + 17 + 111 + 866 + 289 = 1349
19 x 71


We are commanded by the Almighty to magnify Him 111 times in our daily Contact Prayers and we must utter Allahu Akbar every time. The gematrical values of the individual letters that make up the statement are: 1,30,30,5,1,20,2,200. If we
place the above numbers side by side, we get:


19 x 58489634273800


Let us place the results of the first two mathematical proofs presented in the adjacent column side by side: 1221, 1971. What do we see? Don't we see December 21, 1971? Isn't this the date reported by the Messenger of the Covenant as the date in which the Covenant of the Prophets was fulfilled? Why are we getting this detailed information? Is it because the Almighty wants us to promote a man who as far as this earth is concerned is dead and gone? Or, is it a mercy from Him so that we become absolutely certain that the message we have received is true and accurate?


False Messengers Condemned

[6:93] Who is more evil than one who fabricates lies and attributes them to God, or say, “I have received divine inspiration,” when no such inspiration was given to him, or say, “I can write the same as God's revelations?” If only you could see the transgressors at the time of death! The angels extend their hands to them, saying. “Let go of your souls. Today, you have incurred a shameful retribution for saying about God other than the truth, and for being too arrogant to accept His revelations.”


Ali Fazely, by distorting the name of God, "Akbar," has committed a crime against the Almighty. He has done this just to follow it up with yet another crime. The worst crime one can commit, placing oneself next to God. In his twisted mind, he thinks that he has found a place for himself next to "AI-Kabir." The wrath, of God is upon Satan! All the praises are due to Almighty God. We are ready to die for Allahu Akbar, Allahu AI-Kabir, Allahu AI-Rahman, Allahu AI-Rahim, Allahu AI-A'alaa, Allahu AI-Aziz, Allahu AI-Hakim ... Allahu Zul'fadlel Azeem. Are Ali Fazely and his followers ready to do the same?!


اللَّه أكْبَر