786 What is 786?
This extreme form of Buddhist nationalism sees as the enemy to become In yet another numerological twist, the 969 movement is suspicious of the 786 symbol, used by Muslims in South Asia. Some believe that 786 cryptically points to a Muslim conspiracy to achieve world domination in the 21st century, since 7+8+6 add up to 21. However, this is a misreading of the symbol since 786 refers to the Quranic phrase “In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Ever Merciful” whose numeric values add up to 786. In fact, Burma Muslims have long used the symbol to identify halal restaurants.
786 is not Bismillah, don?t write 786 instead bismillah, it is haraam.
Catholics and some others believe 666 is the number for Anti-Christ. Some ignorant Muslims from the south east believe 786 is the number for Bismillah. This is fitnah and bidah.
It is bidah and the bidah will lead you to hell fire. If our prophet didn?t do it we shouldn?t do it in the name of Islam. Out of Islam that doesn?t represent Islam, do whatever pleases you. If you are ummah of the prophet be one.
I am noticing many people have this number on this site, I don?t even talk to them, they are fools. Sorry I had to say it.
Anyways, I asked people who write 786 instead of bismillah, why do you write it?. Almost all of them have the same answer it is we cannot give Arabic Qur?an text to Kafirs (be careful all the none muslims are Kafirs). I asked them what text you are going to give it to Arab none muslims? No answers. Rasulullah used to send letters to none muslim kings at the time and it started with full bismillah written in Arabic not 786.
I am dead serious it?s so annoying me. okay now……
What is this progressive sunni? And traditional sunni? Moderate muslim and liberal muslim? This is how they divide you. This is how Roman?s Rule ?divide and rule?. Coz of your ignorance you are dividing yourselves. They will rule and you will be their slaves for ever, you won?t even notice it.
Muslim means someone who have submitted or someone who do it in will of allah (God). there is no progressive, liberal or moderate about it.
Anyways, may allah guide you all to right path insahallah. No hard feelings this is the way I talk. I am not planning to talk politically correct way.
So if you don?t like it don?t take it if you like take it. it’s upto you. But i am telling you what you need to know. i am not here to fix muslims or give da’wa to muslims. my job is to help none muslim understand that’s all. But on the side i have to inform few things to my brothers and sisters. you will be not my brothers and sisters if you are on the other side of the fence. try to stay inside.
Why is the number 786 symbolic in Islam and what does it mean?
The number 786 that many Muslims from the Sub-Continent use to signify “in the name of Allah, the ever merciful, the ever compassionate,” is derived from an ancient system of Arabic numerology called abjad. This system of numerology has a long history dating back to the Urgarty manuscripts 1500 years before the birth of Jesus (a). In this system each letter is assigned a certain number between 1 and 1000. For instance the alif is ascribed the number 1, the ya’ is ascribed the number 10, the qaaf is ascribed the number 100, and the ghayn is ascribed the number 1000.
The numbers related to the words are then added and one reaches a number signifying the word. For instance the Arabic word ‘Ali is: 70 (ayn) + 30 (lam) + 10 (ya) = 110. You can calculate the following numbers equaling 786 below:
There are a few traditions from the Imams (a) regarding the amjad system of numerology. For instance it has been reported that Imam Rida (a) said: “The first thing that Allah created for mankind to learn were the mu’jam letters.”
Harun Yahya states that abjad numerology foretold the landing on the moon in 1969. The verse of the Quran “The hour [has drawn near] and the moon has split.” (54:1) when added in the abjad system equals 1390, which is the hijri equivalent to the gregorian year 1969. Allah knows best if this is just coincidence or if there is something there.
Also, it has been reported that the Prophet of Islam (s) said: “Learn the science of interpreting abjad letters for it is sheer amazement.”
Thus, many Islamic mystics (‘ufufa) have written books on abjad numerology, including Muhyiddin Arabi. In Al-Durr al-Maknufi ‘Ilm al-Huruf, he states: “God has taught Adam the I’sm A’ẓam that the whole universe complies by. Then he (Adam) taught his son, Seth, the science of letters, which was later inherited by Idris (A.S.). Idris was a messenger that had received thirty books (scriptures) from God and was given the administrator of science of letters, mysteries of wisdom, numbers and heavens and it has been said that he was the first to write a pen. He wrote a book named “Ganje Asrār (The Treasure of Secrets)” that King Tanklū and Thābit bin Qorat Ḥarrānī have written an exposition on it. And when I met him (prophet Idrīs, in a vision)I asked of these two expositions and he answered: these two expositions only cover the external layer of the book while the rest is hidden and sealed within. Then he revealed a number of unknown secrets that the no other than great mystics are aware of. The science of letters was afterwards inherited by the Harāmisah of Egypt who were forty people.”
He continues: “Imam ‘Ali was the inheritor of the science of letters from God’s messenger, subsequently, Imam Hussein, then Imam Zayn al-Abidin, then Imam Baqir, then Imam Sadeq. And Imam Sadeq was the one who dived within the oceans of this science and revealed its secrets and the one who spoke of the science of jafr and letters and discretely write about it and said: Our knowledge is a hidden book on a patulous sheet…that is in the possession of us, Jafr Abyaḍ, Jafr Aḥmar, Jafr Akbar and Jafr Asghar who will all accompany Imam Muḥammad Mahdi at the end of time and the Imam is the only one who knows it (science of letters) complete.”
What is 786?
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What is 786?
COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION (EU) 2019/786
THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION
Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Article 292 thereof,
The Union is committed to developing a sustainable, competitive, secure and decarbonised energy system. The Energy Union and the energy and climate policy framework for 2030 establish ambitious Union commitments to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40 % by 2030 when compared with 1990, to increase the proportion of consumption of renewable energy, and to make energy savings in accordance with Union level ambitions, improving the Union’s energy security, competitiveness and sustainability. Directive 2012/27/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council (1) as amended by Directive (EU) 2018/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council (2), establishes an energy efficiency headline target of at least 32,5 % savings at Union level by 2030. Directive (EU) 2018/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council (3) sets a binding target of at least 32 % energy from renewable sources at Union level by 2030.
Buildings are central to the Union’s energy efficiency policy as they account for nearly 40 % of final energy consumption.
The 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change following the 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 21) boosts the Union’s efforts to decarbonise its building stock. Given that almost 50 % of the Union’s final energy consumption is for heating and cooling, of which 80 % is used in buildings, the Union’s achievement of its energy and climate goals is linked to its efforts to renovate building stocks by giving priority to energy efficiency, applying the ‘energy efficiency first’ principle and considering the deployment of renewables.
The Commission highlighted the importance of energy efficiency and the role of the building sector for the achievement of the Union’s energy and climate goals and for the transition to clean energy in its Communication on energy efficiency and its contribution to energy security and the 2030 framework for energy and climate policy (4), in its Communication on a Framework Strategy for a Resilient Energy Union with a Forward-looking Climate Change Policy (5), and in its Communication on a European strategic long-term vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate neutral economy (6). The latter Communication stresses that energy efficiency measures should play a central role in achieving a climate neutral economy by 2050 and reducing energy consumption by as much as half compared to 2005.
Full implementation and enforcement of existing energy legislation is considered as the first priority in establishing the Energy Union.
Directive 2010/31/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council (7) (‘EPBD’) is the main legislation, together with Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (8) and Regulation (EU) 2017/1369 of the European Parliament and of the Council (9), addressing energy efficiency in buildings in the context of the 2030 energy efficiency targets. The EPBD has two complementary objectives, namely to accelerate the renovation of existing buildings by 2050 and to support the modernisation of all buildings with smart technologies and a clearer link to clean mobility.
In 2018 the EPBD was amended by Directive (EU) 2018/844 of the European Parliament and of the Council (10) in order to accelerate building renovation in the Union.
Adequate financial instruments to overcome market failures, a sufficient workforce with the right skills, and affordability for all citizens are of central importance if the Union is to achieve and sustain higher renovation rates. An integrated approach and consistency across all relevant policies is necessary for the modernisation of the built environment involving all relevant parties, including safety, affordability, environmental and circular economy aspects.
The amendments to the EPBD create a clear path towards achieving a low and zero-emission building stock in the Union by 2050, underpinned by national roadmaps with milestones and domestic progress indicators, and by public and private financing and investment. National long-term renovation strategies with a solid finance component in line with the requirements of Article 2a of the EPBD are required to ensure the renovation of existing buildings into highly energy efficient and decarbonised buildings by 2050, facilitating the cost-effective transformation of all existing buildings into nearly zero-energy buildings.
Apart from accelerated renovation rates, a Union-wide and sustained increase in deep renovations is necessary. National strategies with clear guidelines and outline measurable, targeted actions as well as promoting equal access to financing, including for the worst performing segments of the national building stock, for energy-poor consumers, for social housing and for households subject to split-incentive dilemmas, while taking into consideration affordability, are required in line with Article 2a of the EPBD.
To ensure that the most effective application of financial measures related to energy efficiency are applied in the best way in building renovation, the EPBD now requires that those financial measures are linked to the quality of renovation works in light of the targeted or achieved energy savings of the renovation. National legislation transposing the requirements of Article 10 of the EPBD is required to ensure that financial measures for energy efficiency are linked to energy performance, the level of certification or qualification, to an energy audit, or to the improvement achieved as a result of the renovation, which should be assessed by comparing energy performance certificates issued before and after the renovation, by using standard values or by another transparent and proportionate method.
It is necessary to obtain high-quality data on the building stock which could be partially generated by the databases that almost all Member States are currently developing and managing for energy performance certificates. Those databases can be used for compliance checking and for producing statistics on the regional or national building stocks. Article 10 transposition measures are required to allow data to be gathered on the measured or calculated energy consumption of certain buildings and to make available aggregated anonymised data.
The amendments to the EPBD also update the general framework for the calculation of the energy performance of buildings. National legislation transposing the requirements of the amended Annex I to the EPBD is required to ensure transparency and consistency.
National legislation transposing the requirements of the revised Article 20(2) of the EPBD is required to increase the information which should be provided to owners or tenants of buildings or building units and to ensure that it is provided through accessible and transparent advisory tools.
Member States are to bring into force the laws, regulations and administrative provisions transposing Directive (EU) 2018/844 by 10 March 2020.
The full transposition and effective implementation of the amended EPBD, is fundamental to support the achievement of the 2030 energy efficiency targets and to put the Union on track for the full decarbonisation of national building stocks by 2050.
The EPBD leaves to Member States a wide margin of discretion when designing their building codes and implementing technical requirements regarding renovations, building certificates and technical building systems in a way which fits best the national climatic conditions and building stocks. This Recommendation aims at explaining the substance of these technical requirements and the different ways in which the objectives of the Directive can be achieved. It also presents the experience and best practices the Commission has seen amongst Member States.
The Commission is committed to work closely with the Member States in their transposition and effective implementation of the EPBD. To this end the present Recommendation has been prepared to explain in more detail how certain provisions of the EPBD should be read and can be best applied in the context of national transposition. The aim in particular is to ensure a uniform understanding across Member States in the preparation of their transposition measures. This Recommendation does not alter the legal effects of the EPBD and is without prejudice to the binding interpretation of the EPBD as provided by the Court of Justice. This Recommendation deals with subjects in the EPBD which are complex, demanding to transpose and have high potential in terms of impact on the energy efficiency of buildings. This Recommendation focuses on the provisions relating to the renovation of buildings and concerns Articles 2a, 10, 20 and Annex I to the EPBD, which include provisions on long-term renovation strategies, financing mechanisms, incentives, information and the calculation of energy performance of buildings. Provisions in the EPBD dealing with modernisation and technical building systems are addressed in a separate Recommendation.
Therefore this Recommendation should allow Member States to achieve strong impacts in terms of energy performance of their renovated building stock,