Friday, June 25, 2010


"Sad. By the renowned Qur'an, (1) Nay, but those who disbelieve are in false pride and schism. (2) How many a generation We destroyed before them, and they cried out when it was no longer the time for escape! (3) And they marvel that a warner from among themselves hath come unto them, and the disbelievers say: This is a wizard, a charlatan. (4) Maketh he the gods One God? Lo! that is an astounding thing. (5) The chiefs among them go about, exhorting: Go and be staunch to your gods! Lo! this is a thing designed. (6) We have not heard of this in later religion. This is naught but an invention. (7) Hath the reminder been revealed unto him (alone) among us? Nay, but they are in doubt concerning My reminder; nay but they have not yet tasted My doom. (8)"
Surah Sad ,Chapter 38 : 1-8, The Noble Qur'an

How classic .The above 'ayats' were alluding to the Makkan Quraish during the early days of Muhamad's prophethood. The Quraish at that point in time were polytheist, idol worshippers, worshipping some 300 gods.

If we look at history, early man believed in too many gods.Just about anything that amount to something, they called them gods.By Prophet Abraham's time, man were already exposed to a series of lesser known messengers of Allah, most notable of whom was Noah[ who sadly could not even influence his son ]. Man became more focussed on the concept of unity of Allah, but with passing generations, degeneration of belief gravitate back to polytheism. Right from Isaac down to Muhamad, The Torah , Injeel [ the early ones such as The Bible of Barnabas, did not have an iota of Trinity,the divinity of Jesus ] and many hundreds of 'ayats' in the Quran were just extolling the virtue of just one god, Allah. Starting from Darwin onwards till now , materialists took hold of the initiative and presently it has become politically incorrect to bring god into the 'public domain' in most Western and even eastern countries. The world is now 'godless'. If you happened to believe in one, my friend, 'please keep your belief in the privacy of your own homes!'.

Atheism and agnosticism are 20th century phenomena. Sociologists and philosophers amongst us probably can explain that due to overdependence and false and misplaced egoism on science..... What science cannot explain and 'comprehend', it is not there.If one cannot see souls and cannot see God, they are nonexistent.

But modern man could also not see atoms, proton or neutron,electrons, god particle, CERN particles, radiation, etc and etc.But they are there.We accept them to be there. Our clever scientists say they are there so they are there!

God is very definitive about this 'bifocality' that exist in modern man's egoism. HE not need be politically correct and mince HIS words on how HE feels. HE called them,'Deaf, Dumb , and Blind!'. In other parts of the Qur'an, '...they are worse than cattle'.

However, to be frank, if super scientists and thinkers like Albert Einstein were entirely honest and truthful to themselves, new science ,especially quantum physics, points to the existence of one god.A critical analysis of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity and new work being done in quantum physics point to the existence of that one God as pointed earlier in the Torah, the early bibles and repeated in the 6000 plus ayats of the Quran.

For 1.5 billion of us Muslims, we do not need science to validate Islam, let alone Allah. Nonetheless when initially 'lost sheep' like the late Prof Muhammad Al Mahdi,an American by birth, a quantum physicist by training, could indeed finally see his Maker through science, our hearts can glow with warmthness and satisfaction. Yes, at least indeed here we have a man of true knowledge who is entirely honest and humble with himself.

Do visit him at:

[ see LINK ]


RahmatHarounHashim said...

Dear Dr Nik Isahak,

I always enjoy reading your discourse.
But this time, I just skim.

The real reason that I try to contact you through your hp but NA.
I called SDMC, they said you probably out of town.

Yesterday at 1.00pm I had malenic stool. Till 10.00 26/6/2010 I have already 8 malena(s). On 24/4/2010 I had OGDS done by Mr Muhamad Abdullah Gen. Surgeon at Kedah Medical Centre, Bleeding Peptic Ulcer over the anthrum of the gaster, multiple ulcerations of the same areas, an ulcer over gastro-esophageal junction, biopsy taken, no malignancy. Duodenum NAD.
I was put on iv Controloc, within 2 days no malena.

I stopped oral Controloc 1 week before angio (on 19/5/2010) since lab report fecal occult blood negative.

Today, I am on oral Controloc 40mg b.i.d, Dato Dr Amin M (cardilogist at KMC) allows me to reduce Plavid 75mg and sulodexide to od only for one week.

I spoke to Mr Muhamad, he advised me to been admitted immediately for another OGDS. I mentioned your name, prefer to be admitted at SDMC under your expert care/observation. Not keen for another OGDS. I'm in favour of hospitalization with iv controloc.
My BP 121/83mmHg Pulse 104/min
Conjuctiva: Hb of 10 (empirical)
Kindly advice me.
Hopefully, you open you block.

Dr Rahmat Haroun.

Pearls and Gem said...

Sorry Rachmat . I was in KT over-seeing my 'TMKN Team' giving hell to Agong's team. We have beaten them 3 time in a row now in the endurance event. The next time we do it ,we are going to claim back the district of Besut back to its 'original owner'! We lost it some 200 years ago over a cock fight.

Sorry to hear about your bleed. This was what I was alluding to about 'walking the tight rope' across the Zambezi River earlier on. Doing the angioplasty is easy....deciding on the exact timing requires wisdom in your case. I would not wish to advice you to change 'horses' in mid course now. You are now Dato Amin's baby and you better carry on with him...a wee bit tricky situation you are in...plavix you need because of the stents...and you dont because of your bleeding ulcer....

Let Muhammad do another OGDS and reassess your ulcer status. I would not stop the controlloc at all for the next 1 year or so in your case.

I would have delayed your PTCA until your ulcer was fully healed but this is already academic...Not an easy decision though often times we doctors are caught between the 'tiger' and the deep blue sea. Yours is an exact example of that..