The “man” of the Five ‘I’s Identified

Our Commander in Chief… appears to be the adopted son of the characters of the “Five ‘I’s” in Isaiah 14:12-14. And the characters of the Five ‘I’s are the “morning star” — Muhammad and “the dawn” — which is his Allah. After reading this, the script on Barack Hussein Obama’s ring “There is no god but Allah” should make a little more sense…

It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. So, here are tens of thousands of words in an image of lies… And this image of lies is the promise of delusion as per 2 Thessalonians 2.

There is a God. And his word is truth… The Holy Bible

There is a devil. And his word is…


Holy Quran

Arabic Text with English Translation, Commentary and comprehensive Introduction

by Maulana Muhammad Ali


It is within these pages that are found the identities of the characters being mocked by God in Isaiah 14:12-14. Below are the entries within the Qur’an which identify Muhammad as the “morning star” and his Allah as “the dawn.”

This text has been taken from the English translated Qur’an as referenced above.



Al-Oariq: The Comer By Night


This chapter states how great were the difficulties which the Prophet had before him in bringing light to a benighted world, and it is for this reason that he is called The Comer by Night in the first verse, this description giving the chapter its name. He appeared at a time of total darkness and is compared to one who stood in need of knocking at the doors which were shut against him. But he is given the comfort that a spiritual resurrection will be brought about. Before his advent the whole world was submerged in a gulf of ignorance, and the night had lasted for fully six hundred years, and it was no easy task to awaken the world from such a long and deep sleep. That the Holy Prophet was acquainted with the difficulties of his task is borne out by this chpater (sic), which is classed among the earliest revelations. The reference to plans in vv. 15, 16 does not show that that part was revealed later, for while it is true that plans against the Prophet’s life were formed very early, the reference in these verses may be prophetical.


In the name of Allah, the Beneficent,

the Merciful.

1 By the heaven and the Comer by night!

2 And what will make thee know what the Comer by night is?

3 The star of piercing brightness a


3a. Oariq (from Δarq, striking a thing) originally signifies a comer by night, because one who comes by night finds the doors shut, and knocking at the doors becomes necessary (N). The Comer by night is here the Holy Prophet; the revelation of the Qur’an is also spoken of as taking place on a blessed night (44: 3; 97:1). The reason is that the Holy Prophet appeared when total darkness spread on the earth, and no one ever stood more in need of knocking at the doors which were shut against him and fastened with strong bolts. It is noteworthy that Jesus compares his advent to that of a thief: “If the goodman (sic) of the house had known in what watch the thief would come, he would have watched, … Therefore be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man cometh” (Matt. 24: 43, 44).

It may be added that Oariq is also the name given to the morning star (LL)

because it comes at the end of the night. But in that sense too the word is applicable to a great man or a chief, as in the saying of Hind on the day of U√ud:

We are the daughters of the morning-star (Ar., al-Δariq)

…where the meaning is that we are the daughers (sic) of a chief, “likening him to the star in elevation” (LL). In the third verse the Comer by night is called the star of piercing brightness, indicating that the Comer by night is a star of such resplendent brightness that all darkness will be dispelled before him.



Al-Falaq: The Dawn 



This chapter and the one that follows — both together known as mu‘awwidhatan from ‘adha, he sought refuge — teach man how to seek refuge in Allåh and how to betake himself to His protection. This subject being referred to in Makkan revelations, as in ch. 16 and 41, the two chapters must have been revealed at Makkah, and most probably they belong to the early Makkan period. The stories regarding their revelation at Madßnah, as stated by some commentators, must be rejected as concoctions of a later age. This chapter is called Al-Falaq or The Dawn, that word occurring in the first verse, showing that Truth would ultimately dispel all darkness.


In the name of Allåh, the Beneficent,

the Merciful.


1 Say: I seek refuge in the Lord of the dawn,a

2 From the evil of that which He has created

3 And from the evil of intense darkness, a when it comes,


The reader will notice a blue highlight in the narration of 3a above. Is is by that narrated piece that we get a bonus Bible verse fulfilled:

” ‘Go down, sit in the dust, Virgin Daughter of Babylon; sit on the ground without a throne, Daughter of the Babylonians. No more will you be called tender and delicate.’ ” – Isaiah 47:1

We know Satan and his false prophet to be separable only by the flesh of the man — like Jesus was distinguishable as the Son from that of the Father (Reference Rev 13:11). Yet, both are of the same Spirit. So too is Muhammad of Allah. But their’s is the evil spirit. In the verse above, God mocks the evil spirit of Muhammad and his “god” and tells them to sit upon the earth — without a throne. no more will they be called tender and delicateAr-Rahman and Ar-Rahim the Beneficent, the Merciful.”

God has revealed his mystery. The fallen angel, Satan, is now called Allah.

Is there really any question that the deceit, the lies, the hidden history, the denied associates, and the adoration of Islam comes from the man, the President, who communicates exclusively by me, myself, and I?

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