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It is amazing how similar Sikhism is to Islam:

Oneness of mankind:

By Ijaz Chaudry


‘Recognise the Lord’s light within all, and do not consider social class or status; there are no classes or castes in the world hereafter”– Guru Granth Sahib Ji (Ang 349).


6          159     Those who divide themselves into sects do not belong with you. Their judgment rests with GOD then He will inform them of everything they had done.

 Quran uses stronger word “sect” to describe oneness of mankind. This word not only implies no distinction in status or class but also sects in religion as in the following verse;

30          32   (Do not be) like those who divide their religion into sects; each party rejoicing with what they have.


*Missing words “Do not be” or Lum Takuna their respective gv’s are 70 & 476. 30 + 32 + 70 + 476 = 608 = 32 x 19. Position 2 is “Command used in various situations”, indeed this is direct command from God to not to divide and create sects. Level is 3 “Include missing information”, indeed the code includes missing words. **Al-Muzzammil


Gender Equality:

 ‘From woman, man is born; within woman, man is conceived; to woman he is engaged and married. Woman becomes his friend; through woman, thefuture generations come. When his woman dies,he seeks another woman; to woman he is bound. So why call her bad? From her, kings are born. From woman, woman is born; without woman, there would be no one at all” – Guru Granth Sahib Ji (Ang,473).

Quran talks about gender equality as follows;

3            195 Their Lord responded to them: "I never fail to reward any worker among you for any work you do be you male or female - you are equal to one another. Thus those who immigrate and get evicted from their homes and are persecuted because of Me and fight and get killed I will surely remit their sins and admit them into gardens with flowing streams." Such is the reward from GOD. GOD possesses the ultimate reward.


*It has been long discussed the issue if males are equal to females in Islam. This verse clarifies this issue by informing us that they are but only in belief and good work. (3:36) confirms the fact that in all other aspects male and female are not same. *Al-Muzzammil


3            36   When she gave birth to her she said "My Lord I have given birth to a girl" - GOD was fully aware of what she bore - "The male is not the same as the female. I have named her Mary and I invoke Your protection for her and her descendants from the rejected devil."


*this verse gives an opportunity for us to find out if Quran recognises transgender. Transgender are different from both male and female; so we use this verse with geometric values of transgender in Arabic which is called Al-Mautahiyolyen Jinsiyun their respective geometric values are 31, 544 & 124; when we concatenate these with (3:36) we get complete multiple of 19; 3 36 124 544 31 = 1769076549 X 19; thus Quran recognises transgender; the temporal connection suggests that trangenders were present in the olden times as well. **Al-Muzzammil


*the highlighted phrase above in (3:36) strongly suggest that Mary had only one child Jesus and no other family; the reason for this assumption is based on fact that Jesus was righteous but we cannot guarantee anyone else to be righteous from her family therefore there were no more descendants from Mary’s family; hence the tales about Mary and Jesus having families are not true based on this fact. **Al-Muzzammil



Guru Nanak Dev Ji started the Sikh concept of langar over 500 years ago as a child. Translating as ”communal kitchen”, langar sees every Gurdwara (Sikh temple) in the world have an open kitchen that distributes free meals all day, every day, to anyone, regardless of faith,gender, age or status.

Quran talks about charity and feeding the poor and needy:

30          38   Therefore you shall give the relatives their rightful share (of the Zakat) as well as the poor and the traveling alien. This is better for those who sincerely seek GOD's pleasure; they are the winners.           


*Missing words “of the Zakat” or Fi Al-Zakat gv 90 & 469; 90 + 469 + 30 + 38 = 627 = 33 x 19; Position is 3 "Principle or rule clarified", indeed, this code highlights the principle of donation of charity called Al-Zakat which the obligatory charity; this verse is command from God to give Al-Zakat to all three category of people, all three or all three one at a time depending on who is in more need of charity among these three categories. Level is 3 "Include missing information" indeed this code highlights the missing words. **Al-Muzzammil 


Indeed Islam also encourages charity and feeding the poor and needy, despite of race, creed or religion;


69          33   For he did not believe in GOD Most Great

69          34   Nor did he advocate the feeding of the poor.


Simran (spiritual contemplation);

Indeed Quran prescribes strongly to worship God and remember Him most of the time;

3          191      They remember GOD while standing sitting and on their sides and they reflect upon the creation of the heavens and the earth: "Our Lord You did not create all this in vain. Be You glorified. Save us from the retribution of Hell.

Kirat Karo honest work Earning/making a living honestly, without exploitation or fraud;;

Indeed Islam encourages honest work as in the following verse;

6            152 You shall not touch the orphans' money except in the best manner until they reach maturity. You shall give full weight and full measure when you trade equitably. We do not burden any soul beyond its means. You shall be absolutely just when you bear witness even against your relatives. You shall fulfil your covenant with GOD. These are His commandments to you that you may take heed.                                


Kaam (lust):

Lust is forbidden in Islam:

79          38   Who was preoccupied with this life.                                                                 

79          39   Hell will be the abode.                                                                             

79          40   As for the one who reverenced the majesty of his Lord and enjoined the self from sinful lusts.                       

79          41   Paradise will be the abode.

Krodh (anger);

Indeed Islam encourages to supress anger and pardon;

3          134      who give to charity during the good times as well as the bad times. They are suppressors of anger and pardoners of the people. GOD loves the charitable.

42        37        They avoid gross sins and vice and when angered they forgive.

Lobh (greed):

Islam frowns on greed;

68          10   Do not obey every lowly swearer.                                                           

68          11   A slanderer a backbiter.                                                                          

68          12   Forbidder of charity a transgressor a sinner.                                                   

68          13   Unappreciative and greedy.                                                                    

 68         14   Even though he possessed enough money and children.

Moh (attachment, e.g. to material things or people):

Islam prefers the life of Hereafter then the materials of the world;

100        6     The human being is unappreciative of his Lord.                                               

100        7     He bears witness to this fact.                                                                 

100        8     He loves material things excessively.                                                               

100        9     Does he not realize that the day will come when the graves are opened?      

100        10   And all secrets are brought out.                                                              

100        11   They will find out on that day that their Lord has been fully Cognizant of them.                      

3          14        Adorned for the people are the worldly pleasures such as the women having children piles upon piles of gold and silver trained horses livestock and crops. These are the materials of this world. A far better abode is reserved at GOD.

Hankaar (ego, pride):

Quran talks about ego as a vice;

25        43        Have you seen the one whose god is his, own ego? Will you be his advocate?                  

45       23        Have you noted the one whose god is his ego? Consequently GOD sends him astray despite his knowledge seals his hearing and his mind and places a veil on his eyes. Who then can guide him after such a decision by GOD? Will you not remember?




Islam is an Arabic word meaning Submission. According to the following verse anyone from any religion, race or creed could be a Muslim (Submitter to God). One does not require to do 5 pillars of Islam, all is required is the belief in the following 3 points;


5         69 Surely those who believe those who are Jewish the converts and the Christians; any of them who (1) believe in GOD and (2) believe in the Last Day and (3) do good works have nothing to fear nor will they grieve.