As a matter of fact, of all the useful and auspicious deeds in the world, the one which Allâhu ta’âlâ likes best is building a jâmi’ (mosque). There are hadîths explaining that building a jâmi’ will bring about countless blessings. Nevertheless, Allâhu ta’âlâ declares in the eighteenth âyat of Sûrat-ut-Tawba: “It is not permissible for disbelievers to build a jâmi’. It is not a reasonable
and useful activity. Their building a jâmi’ and all their deeds, which they like, will be useless for them on the Rising Day and, since they do not adapt themselves to Hadrat Muhammad, they will go to Hell and will be punished with very bitter torments eternally.”
He declares in the eighty-fifth âyat of Sûrat-ul Âl-i ’Imrân, “Allâhu ta’âlâ does not like or accept the religion of those who wish for a religion other than the Islamic religion, which has been brought by Hadrat Muhammad. He who turns his back on the Islamic religion will suffer a great loss and will go to Hell in the next world.”
A person who worships for thousands of years, spends his life purifying his self, and becomes useful to those around him with his beautiful manners and the tools he has invented will not attain the endless bliss unless he adapts himself to Hadrat Muhammad.
He declares in the thirteenth âyat of Sûrat-un-Nisâ: “Those who ignore the commandments of Allâhu ta’âlâ and His Prophet, Hadrat Muhammad ‘’alaihis-salâm’, those who dislike the commandments and who say that they are not compatible with the century, with science, that they do not suffice for modern needs, will not escape the fire of Hell on the Day of Judgment. There is very bitter torment for them in Hell.”