Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar’s live interview dated September 4, 2011
This was revealed in Mecca and consists of seven verses.
“Praise be to Allah, the Lord of all the worlds.”
Look, the Lord of the Worlds. That means there is more than one world. Not just the Earth, the Milky Way and the world we see.
“the All-Merciful, the Most Merciful,”
He is always protective and loving, and always does good for people.
“The King of the Day of Judgment.” That means the Day of Reckoning, and the dominion of Islam, insha’Allah. Allah is the Lord of the Day of Reckoning and He Who brings it into being.
“You alone we worship,”
With no polytheism or bigotry. There can be no polytheism for the global dominion of Islam. Does fanaticism consist of worship of Allah alone? No. No, under bigotry people worship all kinds of nonsense. They worship the sources of nonsense. What does the verse say? “You alone we worship. You alone we ask for help.”
Not from anyone else. Only from Allah. Almighty Allah does not seek the help of the superstitious.
“Guide us on the Straight Path,”
On the path of the Qur’an, the life of a Companion.
“the Path of those You have blessed,”
Whom has Almighty Allah blessed? People like Imam Rabbani, Abdulkadir Geylani and the 12 imams.
“not of those with anger on them, nor of the misguided.”Not to the path of Darwinists, materialists, atheists and bigots. Because these have been punished and have strayed. Allah has punished them, and they have gone wrong. Not to the path of the dajjal. Surat al-Fatiha refers to both the way of the Mahdi and the way of the dajjal here.
We must seek shelter in Allah as we read these verses. One characteristic of satan is that he causes one to forget. But that effect vanishes the moment one remembers Allah. The dajjal detests the Qur’an. The believer is a huge admirer of the Qur’an. Hypocrites and hypocrisy may appear to espouse the Qur’an on the surface. But they do not want people to read the Qur’an.
Surat al-Fatiha is one that harbors many secrets. Bediuzzaman estimated from Surat al-Fatiha, using abjad, how long the activities of the followers of the Nur would last and thus produced a date for the Day of Reckoning from the Surah and also from the hadiths of our Prophet (saas).