Memoirs Of Mr. Hempher, The British Spy To The Middle East is the title of a document that was published in series (episodes) in the German paper Spiegel and. They announced this sect in Hempher is a British missionary who was assigned the task of carrying on espionage activities in Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Hidjaz and. 11 Mar Memoirs Of Mr. Hempher, The British Spy To The Middle East is the title of a document that was published in series (episodes) in the German.

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By the same token, Qur’aan al-kereem and hadeeth-i-shereefs contain many words, rules, commandments and prohibitions each of which denotes various other meanings. Isaa Jesus ‘alaihis-salaam’ would take memoids drinks. My friends had returned to London before I did and they had already received new commands from the Ministry. He would say, “I know better than Aboo Haneefa did.

It is written so in the Holy Bible. For this reason he did not want to part company with me and insisted that I should make my home in Istanbul. Having been compelled to leave Shaikh ‘Umar Efendi’s mosque, I rented a room in an inn for travellers and foreigners and moved there.

Memoirs of Mr. Hempher: Confessions of a British spy

We observe with pleasure today that the situation has changed completely. We will have a good time with them. Confessions of a British Spy reads like an Anglophobic variation on The Protocols of the Elders of Zion mr.hempher it is probably the labor of a Sunni Muslim author whose intent is to present Muslims as both too holy and too weak to organize anything as destructive as Wahhabism [ Will moderate Iraqis embrace democracy-or Islamist radicalism?


He protested, “Why shouldn’t it be despite Allah’s commandment, ‘Make war against unbelievers. On one occasion I said, “I have heard that the Prophet made his As-haab brothers to mr.hemphet another.

Retrieved 20 August Having convinced the imaam, I was very happy. We were together even in his travels. Hempher quickly found the Shi’a to be ignorant and immoral–ripe, in other words, for his mischief.

Having not succeeded on this second mission, Hempher was duly recalled to London. It is hoped that, from the world of the unknown, he will cast an eye on us and grant us the good luck of evicting the unbelievers, he means Muslimsfrom their centers, be it three hundred years later.

But he stated it a condition that the matter be kept as a secret between us and that the woman not even be told what his name was. I therefore avoided such disputes.

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We were reading the Qur’aan and talking on some of the aayats. This movement closed the gates of knowledge and understanding to Muslims.

Whenever he came across a Koranic Qur’aan verse which he thought was contradictory with the views of those people, he would say, “The Prophet said: Therefore, as soon as the adhaan was called, I would perform morning prayer and then read Qur’aan al-kereem for one hour. Hempher writes, “when we reach this number we shall have brought all Muslims under our sway” and Islam will be rendered “into a m.rhempher state from which it will never recover again.


For the tree that I had planted and grown, spending the most valuable days of my youth, was now beginning to yield its fruit.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In Istanbul I met an old scholar named “Ahmed Efendi. One day I wanted to dispute with him about the Prophet, too. I said, “You both say that you are superior to ‘Umar and follow him.

Memoirs of Mr. Hempher: Confessions of a British spy

They are not skeptical like us. Hempher’s first mission to divide the Muslims was also his most successful. Those days are gone now, and they will never come back. Once I brought out my interest to a priest in London. This aayat-i-kereema covers these types of Jihaad]. Basra was a city of tribes with a mixed population of Arabs, Persians and a relatively small number of Christians. Each of his names stands for a beautiful attribute he was endowed with.