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  • 1. IN THE NAME OF ALLAH MOST COMPASIONATE MOST MERCIFUL TCH -MAY BA RY NUA 4] [JA 201 “TAUHEED KHAALIQIYAH WA RUBUBIYAH” - (inner) LESSON #3 “INTRODUCTION TO STUDY OF TAUHEED – (AQA’ID) ” Intermediate Level Islamic course in English for Adults conducted by Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail 18 weekly class started on : 15th JANUARY 2014 Every Wadnesday night @ 8pm – 10pm Wisma Indah, 450 Changi Road, #02-00 next to Masjid Kassim IT CAN ALSO BE A REFRESHER COURSE FOR MUSLIM PARENTS, EDUCATORS, IN CONTEMPORARY SINGAPORE. OPEN TO ALL For further information and registration contact E-mail : ad.fardhayn.sg@gmail.com or +65 81234669 / +65 96838279 Using curriculum he has developed especially for English-speaking Muslim converts and young English-speaking Adult Muslims. “To seek knowledge is obligatory upon every Muslim (male & female)” All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014 Updated 19 February 2014
  • 2. RE-CAP PREVIOUS LESSON All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 17. RE-CAP PREVIOUS LESSON "(To know Allah) Think (and reflect) upon Allah's creation (i.e. what He has created) and do not try to think in Allah (His Essence: Dzat), for you will most certainly not be able to comprehend it.“ (Al-Hadith) All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 18. TO CONTINUE All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 19. “Every child is born in a state of Fitrah (pure innocence); it is the parent that will make him to be a Jew, or a Christian, or a pagan (Majusi).” (Hadith of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.) All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 20. What do you call : “A person who does not know where he came from, where he is now at, and where he is going to?” Most people are like this person with amnesia – finding himself in a palace surrounded with many luxuries which he Is free to indulge in, yet seeing the absence of any owner, declare himself as the ‘king’ . Or, some may sense that there must be a king or ‘ Owner’ of this palace – yet can’t be bothered to realize that therefore he must be a subject to that king and His sovereignty through servitude and obedience. Or there are others who may rely upon figment of their imagination in ascribing wrongly who the true ‘king’ is – or are confused due to ignorance or arrogance. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 22. “O MANKIND! Worship your (ROBB) Sustainer, who (KHALAQO-KUM) has created you and those who lived before you, so that you might remain conscious of Him who has made the earth a resting-place for you and the sky a canopy, and has sent down water from the sky and thereby brought forth fruits for your sustenance: do not, then, claim that there is any power that could rival Allah, when you know [that He is One].” (Qur’an: Baqarah: 2: 21-22) All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 23. For those with knowledge …… “Of all His servants, only such as are endowed with (innate) knowledge stand (truly) in awe of Allah: (for they alone comprehend that) verily, Allah is Almighty, Much Forgiving.” (Qur’an: Fatir 35 : 40) All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 24. For those with knowledge …… The terms "TAUHEED AL-KHALIQ-QIYYAH" refers to the approach of confirming the Oneness of God (Allah) as the Creator (AL-KHAA-LIQ), verified from the evidence inherent in the whole of creation. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 25. For those with knowledge …… All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 26. For those with knowledge …… “ALL PRAISE is due to Allah, (KHALAQAS-SAMA’) who has created the heavens and the earth, and brought into being deep darkness as well as light: and yet, those who are bent on denying the truth regard other powers as their Sustainer's equals! .He it is who (KHALAQA-KUM) has created you out of clay, and then has decreed a term [for you] - a term known [only] to him. And yet you doubt –” (Qur’an: An-’am: 6: 1-2) All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 27. For those with knowledge …… Although most people can easily acknowledge the God as the CREATOR (KHAALIQ) of creation, and that this ‘ First Cause ‘ is One, Unique – (TAUHEED). Yet, after creation, many wrongly imagined or been misled to believe that God then does not have the ultimate role of being the LORD (AR-ROBB) Sustaining the whole world. Many ascribe that He, like human, is merely watching over this world from some celestial court (Anthropomorphism). All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 28. For those with knowledge …… And to reject this false notion (conjecture) thus "TAUHEED AR-RUB-BU-BIYYAH" is the approach of confirming that the Oneness of God (Allah) is also as Him being the Sustainer or Cherisher (AR-ROBB) , in the evidence of the wonderful order and harmonious existence of all things in this universe. Without acknowledging this aspect, many had fallen into SHIRK, ascribing to others as being also the Divine. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 29. An invitation to reflect All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 30. An invitation to reflect "Behold! In the creation of the heavens and the earth and in the alternation of Night and Day, there are indeed Signs for men of understanding, Men who celebrate the praises of Allah, standing sitting and lying down on their sides and contemplate the wonders of creation in the heavens and the earth , (with a thought): "Our Lord! You have not created this for nothing! Glory to Thee! Give us salvation from the penalty of the Fire." (Qur’an : Ali Imran 3 : 190-191 ) All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 31. The greatest evidence of Allah s.w.t., for us to confirm and verify (both as the Creator and Sustainer) is the whole of creation. Nature and the study of nature both proclaim to us the fact that there is one God Who, in His infinite Wisdom has created and continues to sustain this universe. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 32. The superb order, organization and meaningfulness of the things in nature perceive by us cannot be explained except that it must have been brought into existence by a Creator Who also is constantly sustain it – God (Allah) a Being with an infinite intelligence and not by a blind force. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 33. The highly complex order in things, the sophistication and intricacies of design towards certain utility does not portray haphazardness in nature but rather indicates a "Will " of One Who is Able and Wise. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 34. This is discernible by those who exercise their reasoning faculty when observing nature, a characteristic which Allah enjoins upon us Muslims to have and not to become unmindful. And Allah s.w.t. warns those who are heedless due to their neglect of the apparent signs and deem them as beasts or worse than that: All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 36. "Many are the Jinns (spirits) and men We have made for Hell: They have hearts wherewith they understand not, eyes wherewith they see not, and ears wherewith they hear not. They are like cattle,- nay more misguided: for they are heedless (of warning)." ( Qur’an : A'raf: 7 :179 ) All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 38. "And on earth there are Signs (of Allah's existence, visible) to all who are endowed with inner certainty, just as (there are signs) thereof within your own selves: can you not then see? “ ( Qur'an: Az-Dzariyat: 51 : 20-21 ) Can you not then see? All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 40. N RI E) M S TA RCI E EX ( Get into a different groupings - each not more than 5 persons – and do a brief ta’aruf (getting to know). Then discuss … ‘Miracles’ or signs of Allah’s existence are “Let us discuss and apply what we have learnt” everywhere to those who observe and reflect. 1. As a group choose one aspect of the human body/ anatomy / organ; analyze how it is created, it’s function, its usefulness etc. to discover that these could not have been there HALAQAH merely by ‘random chance’ . You are given only 30 minutes to complete this assignment All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 41. THE EYE THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM THE EAR THE LIVER THE BRAIN THE PANCREAS THE LUNGS THE KIDNEYS THE HEART THE HUMAN SKIN All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 43. Say: “Can the blind be held equal to the seeing? “ Will you then not think (consider)? ( Qur'an: An’am: 7: 50 ) All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 44. Do you know .... The eye is the world’s most efficient ‘television station’ : it takes in flawless pictures in colour and transmits them without the least blurring to the brain. It takes a photographer to appreciate fully the working of the eye. Like any camera it is in a small dark box, with an aperture in front filled with a transparent pane (as a window). All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 45. Do you know .... In front of this pane there is a shutter of variable speed, called ‘iris’, with adjustable slit and automatic release. Behind, there is the crystalline lens whose curvature is continually adjusted by automatic muscles so that whatever is looked upon is always sharply focus. Six large powerful muscles control the movements of the eye and point it in any desired direction. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 46. Do you know .... The delicate part of this precision instrument are kept clean by the eye-lids, which are ‘window wipers’ and use a cleaning fluid secreted by the gland at the corner of the eye and poured in through a siphon. A constant temperature is maintained, as in a laboratory with highly sensitive apparatus, by means of a heat regulating membrane called ‘choroid’. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 47. Do you know .... The photographic plate of the eye is a small screen at the back, called ‘retina’, on to which the images of the things we see are focussed. The retina can take 10 different pictures each second – 800,000 pictures a day, wiping itself clean after each. It is so fast that 30,000 separate points of light can be recorded by a single square millimetre (the size of a nail-head) of its surface. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 48. Do you know .... All the pictures are in vivid colour, with sharp outlines, and delicate shading; they are, besides, movies in three dimension (3-D), thanks to the stereoscopic focus of the two eyeballs on our head. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 50. Do you know .... Long before man discovered wireless, the ear ‘knew’ all that was to be known about the reception of sound waves. The human ear consists of a funnel beautifully adapted to pick up sounds and equipped with fleshy folds which enable it to perceive the direction from which the sound comes. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 51. Do you know .... Inside the ear, fine hairs and a sticky wax prevent harmful insects, dust, etc. from getting in. Across the inner end of the funnel there is a tightly stretched membrane, the ear-drum, which vibrates like the skin of the tabla (Indian percussion instrument) when sound waves strike it. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 52. Do you know .... The vibrations are then passed on and amplified by three bones (the hammer, the stirrup and the anvil) whose relative sizes are precisely adjusted to produce just the needed amplification. Indeed, these bones never grow. Amazingly, these bones are of exactly the same size as in the infant and in the adult. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 53. Do you know .... The amplified vibrations are carried by the bones to another membrane just beyond which lies the wonderful organ of hearing, the inner ear. This is a small tube (the cochlea) coiled up like the shell of a snail, and filled with a liquid in which a harp of 6,000 strings ranging in length from 1/20 to ½ mm, hang suspended. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 54. Do you know .... Each string vibrates to a particular frequency of sound so that the ear can hear all possible combinations of 6,000 different sounds. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 55. Do you know .... The vibration of the strings are transmitted to 18,000 nerve cells whose fibres communicate with the brain. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 57. The Brain is the centre which controls, directs and coordinates the varied activities of all the innumerable organs of the body. It receives messages from each of the senses, interprets them, sends the proper replies to the organs concerned so that the body reacts appropriately, and registers all the information received in the storage memory. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 58. Think of a huge telephone exchange in continual contact with every man, woman and child on earth, sending and receiving messages to and from each other one every few seconds -and you have a faint idea of the incredibly complex organization of the brain. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 59. In the white and grey matter of the brain there are nearly a thousand million nerve cells. Each is an electric battery and a small telegraph transmitter. Each cell branches out into a number of fine conducting threads, the nerve fibres, which extend to all parts of the body. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 60. A large number of them run down the hollow back­bone, twisted together into a thick cable, the spinal cord. Admirably, this is protected by the bony and well­cushioned walls of the spine. Through these tiny threads, each of which is covered with an insulating sheath, a current flows at the speed of about 70 m.p.h., carrying messages through and from the brain, with marvellous speed and accuracy. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 61. There is an elaborate system of relays, condensers, switches etc .. (to use technical terms), which permits the transmission of the most unexpected messages between the brain and each of the millions of cells it controls, without the least confusion or delay. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 62. Obvious conclusion From the foregoing, we cannot imagine that the brain is just a lump of matter, accidently placed in our head! On the contrary, it is invested with profound significance for which we should exclaim glorification, "SubhaanAllah! Alhamdulillaah! Mashaa-Allaah! Allahu Akbar!“ All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 63. Obvious conclusion Empirical science can only explain the "how" or the workings of physics, but never the "why" ­ whose meaning lies in metaphysic. Why does it work that way? It must be because of an irresistible "Will", that must have prepared it for its future functional use outside the womb. The scientific fact shows that its existence and sustainment requires a "Will" or an "Intelligent Being” who is both its Creator and the Sustainer. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 64. Obvious conclusion It is impossible for anything so meaningful and complex and yet orderly in its function to exist without the need for God (Allah), the Absolute One God, Who is the Creator, Sustainer, Nourisher of the Universe. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 65. "Were they created of nothing, or were they themselves the creators? “ (Qur'an: Surah Tur: 51: 35) All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 67. The Lungs Who created the lungs? Does it simply come out of nothing (i.e. mere random chance)? These are organs which bring the blood into contact with clean fresh air – ‘as if they knew’, long before we ourselves were aware of the fact, that to purify the blood nothing is better than a good bath of oxygen. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 68. The Lungs At each breath, air is drawn into more than 1,500,000 little air sacs in the lungs, which if spread out would cover an area of some 200 square yards ­ the size of a nice little vegetable plot. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 69. The Lungs These little balloon­like sacs are made of a thin elastic tissue which allows air to pass through but prevents blood from oozing in. The blood is carried to the lungs through 50,000,000,000 tiny hair thin tubes which form a close network all along the outside of the little balloons of the lungs. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 70. The Lungs Each day they bring in some 10,000 litres of blood. Oxygen is sucked in by the red blood cells, while waste products of the body like carbon dioxide and water are given up by the blood, pass into the little air sacs, and are breathed out. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 71. The Lungs As long as a child is in the womb of its mother, its lungs do not function, and the flow of blood is turned away from the lungs by means of a special little door in the heart. As soon as it is born, the baby, who is on the verge of suffocation, utters a loud cry. The cry produces a whole series of wonderful changes. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 72. The Lungs The great bags of the lungs open and air rushes in to fill them. A great flow of blood is drawn into the lungs which like a violent draught of air slams shut the little door inside the heart which had hitherto turned the blood away. This brings us to yet, another amazing organ – the heart. Can this be mere coincidence? All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 74. The heart is a small organ, about the size of a fist, weighing not more than eight ounces, yet this small pump can work prodigiously. It keeps pumping day and night for a whole life­time without the least pause; rating some 100,000 strokes a day; and sending about a gallon of blood circulating through the body once every 13 seconds. In a single day the heart pumps enough blood to fill a good­sized oil truck; and in a single year it could fill a train of 65 large oil wagons. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 75. The heart is specially built for the immense job it has to do. Its walls are made up of very tough muscular fibres, and it is surrounded by a double membrane (pericardium) containing a fluid which lubricates its continual movement. The beat of the heart takes place in two steps as first the upper and then the lower half contracts. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 76. This enables each half of the heart to rest while the other half is beating. Inside the heart are four chambers, two upper chambers called ‘auricles’ and two lower chambers called ‘ventricles’. Blood always flow from the auricles to the ventricles, and this one­way traffic is maintained by the umbrella­shaped valves which guard the openings between the chambers. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 79. "And how many an animal there is that bears not its own provision! Allah provides for it and for you. He is the Hearer, the Knower. And if thou were to ask them: Who created the heavens and the earth, and constrained the sun and the moon (to their appointed work)? they would say: ‘Allah’ (God). How then are they turned away? “ (Qur'an: Ankabut: 29: 60-61) All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 80. Food Digestion The digestive system can be looked upon as a factory where food is tasted by the tongue, then crushed by the teeth, moistened with saliva and finally, ­ after elaborate precautions to avoid shunting mistakes, ­ is pushed through the gullet into the stomach. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 81. Food Digestion Stomach is like a chemical plant where the most astonishing changes occur: Here millions of cells, too small to be seen, produce a dozen highly complex chemicals which break up the food we have eaten, whether it be meat, spinach, or rice, or cheese, into simpler substances which can be absorbed by the cells of our body and built up into our flesh and bone. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 82. Food Digestion The chemical changes that take place are truly marvellous ­ well beyond the capacity of the best equipped of our laboratories. And there are five million of these little chemical units in the stomach, some forty million in the intestines, and more than three and a half billion in the liver. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 83. Food Digestion Another amazing organ – the liver ‘the super chemical plant’ They produce, not only the chemicals needed to digest our food, where and when required, but also effective remedies against diseases like cholera and dysentery. At the same time the liver manufactures substances which help the body to burn some of the food we have eaten to provide the heat and energy every living being needs. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 84. Another amazing organ – the liver ‘the super chemical plant’ Food Digestion The liver also, together with the spleen are organs which produces our ‘blood’. Another amazing organ – the pancreas another chemical plant’ Linked into this system is our ‘pancreas’ – which produces insulin – the lack of which in our body may cause sugar level to poison our bloodstream. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 85. Food Digestion Thus the digestive system is not only a chemical factory, but a power house as well. For through this, energy and nutrition are derived from the food we partake. It is also efficient in separating toxins to be discharge by another system, while it converts and breakdown substances by a complex chemistry involving acids, enzymes, protein, etc. Even in the ‘waste discharge system’ it is efficient. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 87. Largest internal organ Your liver is your largest internal organ. A big blood vessel, called the “portal vein”, carries nutrient­rich blood from your small intestine directly to your liver. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 88. Chemical processing factory “Hepatic cells” make up about 60 percent of your liver tissue. These specialised liver cells carry out more chemical processes than any other group of cells in your body. They change most of the nutrients you consume into forms your body cells can use. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 89. Its functions:  Convert sugars and store and release them as needed, thereby regulating your blood sugar level  Break down fats and produce cholesterol;  Remove ammonia from your body and produce blood proteins, including blood clotting factors;  Detoxify drugs and alcohol;  Produce “bile”, which breaks down fats in the food your eat All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 91. Do you know ...? The pancreas is a vital organ that is part of the complex human digestive and endocrine systems. It manufactures and secretes digestive enzymes such as amylase, which digests starch. It also produces lipase, which breaks down fats, and trypsin, a protein processor. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 92. Do you know ...? The pancreas is a vital organ that is part of the complex human digestive and endocrine systems. It manufactures and secretes digestive enzymes such as amylase, which digests starch. It also produces lipase, which breaks down fats, and trypsin, a protein processor. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 93. Do you know ...? The pancreas also creates and secretes insulin, glucagon and other hormones. Insulin and glucagon are especially important for the maintenance of blood sugar, as insulin lowers the blood sugar and glucagon increases the blood sugar according to the body's needs. Injury or disease of the pancreas can result in severe illness and possibly death. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 95. The kidneys are a pair of vital organs that perform many functions to keep the blood clean and chemically balanced. They are bean-shaped organs, each about the size of a fist. They are located near the middle of the back, just below the rib cage, one on each side of the spine. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 96. The kidneys are sophisticated reprocessing machines. Every day, a person’s kidneys process about 200 quarts of blood to sift out about 2 quarts of waste products and extra water. The wastes and extra water become urine, which flows to the bladder through tubes called ureters. The bladder stores urine until releasing it through urination. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 97. Wastes in the blood come from the normal breakdown of active tissues, such as muscles, and from food. The body uses food for energy and self-repairs. After the body has taken what it needs from food, wastes are sent to the blood. If the kidneys did not remove them, these wastes would build up in the blood and damage the body. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 98. The actual removal of wastes occurs in tiny units inside the kidneys called nephrons. Each kidney has about a million nephrons. In the nephron, a glomerulus —which is a tiny blood vessel, or capillary—intertwines with a tiny urine-collecting tube called a tubule. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 99. The glomerulus acts as a filtering unit, or sieve, and keeps normal proteins and cells in the bloodstream, allowing extra fluid and wastes to pass through. A complicated chemical exchange takes place, as waste materials and water leave the blood and enter the urinary system. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 100. At first, the tubules receive a combination of waste materials and chemicals the body can still use. The kidneys measure out chemicals like sodium, phosphorus, and potassium and release them back to the blood to return to the body. In this way, the kidneys regulate the body’s level of these substances. The right balance is necessary for life. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 101. In addition to removing wastes, the kidneys release three important hormones: - erythropoietin, or EPO, which stimulates the bone marrow to make red blood cells; - renin, which regulates blood pressure; - calcitriol, the active form of vitamin D, which helps maintain calcium for bones and for normal chemical balance in the body. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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  • 103. The Skin, with its vast network of sensitive fibres spread over the body's surface is equally fascinating. The moment a hot object comes in contact with our skin, or even comes close to it, about thirty thousand hot cells feel it, and instantly report it to the brain. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 104. Similarly, there are 250,000 "cord cells" within our skin which crowd the brain with messages as soon as contact is made with a cold object. The body then begins to shiver and veins in the skin become dilated in order to make up for the loss of warmth in the body. When intense heat is "reported" to the brain, three million perspiration glands are activated to release the cool fluid we recognise as perspiration. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 105. The nervous system is divided into different parts, one of them being the autonomic branch, which deals with reflex functions that are performed within our body, such as digestion, respiration, heart beats and so on. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 106. This autonomic branch is further subdivided into two systems: the sympathetic system, which causes activity and the parasympathetic system, which serves as a brake. If our body were under the exclusive control of the sympathetic system, the heart would beat so rapidly that death would result. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 107. And if our body were left to the mercy of the parasympathetic system, the beating of our heart would be totally arrested. Both these systems function in perfect co-ordination with each other. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 108. Whenever our body is exposed to excessive stress and strain, causing a sudden need for extra strength to withstand it, the sympathetic system dominates, making the lungs function more rapidly, and pumping adrenalin into the system from which the body may derive extra energy. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 109. But while we are asleep, the parasympathetic system has the upper hand, anaesthetizing all our bodily activities. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 110. After observing so many wonderful organs in ourselves, each organ is prepared with such complexity and amazingly equipped to function in such a manner to sustain us - and these are outside our conscious ability to directly manage them, but somehow are being managed for us - surely, we have to concede of the power of Allah, the Creator and Sustainer. All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 111. Who designed them? and Whose power Sustains and continue to manifest a Will over them for us? To deny this is sheer arrogance and surely preposterous to merely ascribe it to 'nature'. And what is 'nature'? An unknown entity, devoid of any attribution of Will nor intelligence. ... Yet they imply that it can sustain us !?? All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 112. How stubbornly foolish! Nay, if we sincerely look within our heart and mind, especially reinforced and supported by our pure intuition (fitrah), these evidence prove clearly of the existence of an absolute Creator and Sustainer. And there can only be One Who is the Absolute - and to deny this is to conceal or cover an obvious truth (the attitude termed 'kufr'). Na-'uudzu billaah min dzaalik! All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
  • 113. TO BE CONTINUED All Rights Reserved ©Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail.2014
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