The Ahsana AlHadith is the Cyrillian Edah's complete Binah Hymnody which the Banu Hanifa composed by giving voice to the Binah which comes from our LORD. Our Mother Binah is the personification of God's Name which teaches Ministers and their congregations many things by summarising in melodic verse various aspects of Kabbalic tradition from the Nomocanon to the Mishnah.
The Islamist Quran is a messed up plagiarised and redacted version of the Binah Hymnody. Nevertheless, St. Martin the Confessor, the Pope of Rome granted it for the Saracens because, despite all that, it is still possible to discover the truth with it if one applies logic.
In Hymn number 001 Binah teaches us how to praise God.
بسمThe Divine Father,
اللهThe Most Kind Son,
الرحمنThe Most Merciful Spirit.
الرحيمThe Praise for God (Master Father of all creation, Most kind Son, Most merciful Spirit) is:
:(الحمد لله (رب العالمين الرحمن الرحيمAdon, King of the day of judgement,
ملك يوم الدينThee it is we serve,
إياك نعبدAnd it is thee we petition,
وإياك نستعينguide us along the way most straight,
اهدنا الصراط المستقيمA way of those for whom you have provided
صراط الذين أنعمت عليهمrather than a way for whom is the degradation,
غير المغضوب عليهمnor (a way) of the deviants.
This piece from the Binah Hymnody introduces one of the fundamental prayers which the Sassanian Edah produced. It begins by declaring in Arabic, Alhamdulilah meaning the Praise for God which is not the same as saying Hamdelah meaning "Praise God" or Hamdulilah meaning "Praise be to God". The sign of the creed follows using the index finger of the right hand touching the forehead while saying "Master" then below the naval to say "kind" and the right and left shoulders to say "merciful". In it, Binah is saying that petitioners should express their dependence upon the movement of our Lord's Spirit at every opportunity requesting signs on which decisions would be the correct choices to make.