How can it ever protect others against harms? ... The ugliness and evilness of heresy, falsehood, atheism and disbelief will be realized. It is naturally clear that disbelief is null and void. A man with reason will never like it. Without hesitation, it must be made known that disbelief is invalid. Their false gods which they worship must be intolerantly refused and banished. No doubt, and no hesitation, the real God is only the Creator of the heavens.
Have those things which disbelievers worship and praise as creators created a mosquito? They cannot create anything even if they all come together. None of the things which they worship can defend itself against a mosquito which will bite it. How can it ever protect others against harms? Disbelievers, hearing that these doings of theirs are bad and realizing their faults, say that their idols and statues will intercede for them with Allâhu ta’âlâ, that they will make them approach Him, that for this reason they are worshiping them. They are so stupid. How do they know that those inanimate objects will intercede for them? Whence do they understand that Allâhu ta’âlâ will accept the intercession of these idols, which have been made His partners and which are His enemies? Their case is like that of those idiots who help those who revolt against the government and then say that when they are in trouble these rebels will intercede for them, will ask a favour for them so that they will attain the government’s help. They are so stupid that they both respect the rebels and say that the government will forgive them through their intercession. On the contrary, they should have helped the government and suppressed the rebels. In this case only would they approach the government, walk in the right way and attain safety and comfort. Idiots, dressing a piece of stone with their own hands, worship it for years. They expect its help on the Day of Rising. Then, it is obvious that disbelievers’ religions are false.
Seâdet-i Ebediyye Endless Bliss Third Fascicle / (Mektubat) 1 — SECOND VOLUME, 67th LETTER