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How precious this mission was to our beloved Prophet SAW and his companions, and how hard they worked to fulfill it, is described in some paragraphs below. The first chapter of the book is about Dawah — Invitation to Islam. The subtitle of the chapter explains how much the Prophet SAW and his companions loved to spread Islam. They all made intense efforts to try to achieve this goal.
The Prophet SAW once said to the Quresh that if you offer me the moon on one hand and the sun on the other, I cannot leave my mission of bringing guidance to all of mankind. I call to God with sure knowledge, I and whoever follows after me. We mention just one story from Hayatus Sahabe which illustrates the quality of his mercy.
Upon seeing the Prophet SAW, he immediately recognized him by his characteristics, but decided to test him regarding one of these that is not directly visible.
The face of Hazrat Umar grew red with anger, and he threatened to kill Zaid. Upon this, the Prophet SAW restrained Hazrat Umar, and told him to repay the loan, and give him some extra because of the threat you made to him.
In light of these stories, I would like to ask the following questions:. Two women, a Muslima and a Christian, had a fight, and they said harsh words to each other. After the incident, consider which of the following responses is in line with the description of the Prophet SAW characteristics and actions:. A: The Muslima talks to her husband, who talks to the Imam, who gathers the people to conduct an investigation of whether or not abusive language was used. If he find so, then the Christian must be killed, and no mercy can be shown.
She cannot have a bad opinion about them, she can only have opinions about the reflection of these in our behavior. Obviously, her bad opinion shows that we have not fulfilled our duty of inviting her to Islam in a beautiful way.
In order to avoid the anger of our Prophet, let us all make an extra effort to be especially kind and merciful towards all our Christian neighbors. From now on, every day we will greet them well, ask about their problems, try to help to the maximum extent possible.
C: The leaders of the nation say that we have heard a rumor that one ignorant and foolish woman has insulted the honor of the prophet. The only way to save his honor is to make sure that this woman is killed. No mercy must be shown. We will burn buses, cars, rickshaws, and hold up the whole nation until our demand for justice is met.
This is what the honor of the Prophet SAW demands of us. D: The Muslims of the nation consult each other about the emergency created by this reported abuse of our Prophet SAW, and wonder what was the cause of this abuse, and how we can get to the root of the problem.
Looking into our hearts, we realize that the root cause is that we have abandoned the mission of the Prophet, which was to bring the guidance of Islam to all of humanity. How will we answer to our Prophet SAW and the Companions, who suffered so much pain and struggled so hard for this mission, when we did not even do one ounce of effort to give the message of Islam to those who live among us as our neighbors? Every muslim is encouraged to go out and do something special for the Christians among us.
All the communities of muslims mobilize, and the Christians are treated with love and kindness, invited to homes, and assisted with their needs to the extent possible. Which kind of behavior is likely to bring praise for our Prophet SAW in the words of the people, love for the Prophet SAW in the hearts of the people, and make people stop saying bad things about the Prophet? On the opposite side, which kind of behavior is likely to lead people to hate our Deen and our Prophet, and cause people who are outside our reach and power to say more abusive things about our Prophet?
Before we start calling it a matter of critical importance it is off importance to understand that it is a matter of principle rather than emotions. The judiciary is one such institution. And if that ruling is also ratified and accepted as sufficient in that matter by the government then matter should be considered as settled. If the parties believe justice has not been served then Allah shall deliver justice at the day of judgement and that shall be the greatest of all justice.
If, however, a group of people gather up and challenge the ruling of the courts and government in a way that is causing panic and dissent, that they have voted in through constitutional process should he assumed as rebels and a threat to public safety and should be dealt with iron hands.
I wonder if that would have happened in the state of Madina would those people have the courage to challenge qazi-ul-quzaat or perhaps the ameer-ul-momineen? Which in modern day translate to chief justice and in some manner the prime minister. Agreed with your analysis BUT the people are on the streets because emotional appeal has been made to their hearts, and NOT because of any logic or analysis.
So my article is appeal to the heart, to mercy and compassion and love that is at the CORE of Islamic teachings. There are important outreach efforts in our sub-continent. Tabligh movement has global outreach but they are not qualified for interfaith dialogue. Dr Zakir is qualified and a bit confrontational but does not have an organized missionary movement.
Mufti Taqi has written some reasonable material about Christianity but laymen in Tabligh movement are out of touch with it. Dr Qadri has tried to visit churches but he is criticized for condoning Christian errors, If we integrate these visions in qualification, compassion and outreach we can minimize these tragedies. But still we should not ignore the legal element of our religion.
In western law, in case of preponderant evidence makes you guilty. For example, the evidence against Dr Afia was not of totally certain nature but still she was sentenced. The idea of complete certainty of evidence is actually Islamic.
So, in case of iota of doubt, life imprisonment is more just than execution. Pingback: Failure of Ishmaelite outreach and tragedy of blasphemy A spiritual Ishmaelite. Alas, today neither minorities nor our own brothers in Islam are safe from our tongues and hands.
It does not require a lot of wisdom to answers these questions which are b and d. One of the basic teaching of our deen and prophet is be kind and merciful. We do not not if she did blasphemy or not, even if she did, its much better and according to the teaching of Islam to forgive her. She was Christian, but we who are muslims should look at ourselves and first punish ourselves for not obeying Allah and his beloved prophet.
But we have double standard and want to apply all to rules and regulations on others even on our Muslims northern and sisters but on onto ourself.
We are the one to whom to blame if she did blasphemy, because we fail to create true Islamic society which could have attracted all non muslims towards Islam and its the our individual fault, do not blame Society or each other, but just myself. And as per our belief the kuffar are already jahanami, so care about yourself and put your life on the of Islam.
If we individually will follow the teaching of our holy prophet than collectively as a society we will attract millions and millions of non muslims towards Islam. Please ignore these kinds of small incidents and look at bigger picture.
By giving her death sentence we will not be doing any khidmat of Islam, but bringing our individual life into islam will be a big khidmat of Islam. I can write and write on this with true events which I have seen with my own eyes and also experienced myself, but this is not the place. But the solution of all the problems including these kinds is to follow Islam in its complete sense. We do not know if she realy did blasphemy or not, even if she did, its much better and according to the teaching of Islam to forgive her.
But we have double standard and want to apply all the rules and regulations on others even on our Muslims brothers and sisters but not onto ourself. We are the one to whom to blame if she did blasphemy, because we failed to create true Islamic society which could have attracted all non muslims towards Islam and its our individual fault, do not blame Society or each other, but just ourself. And as per our belief the kuffar are already jahanami, so care about yourself and put your life on the path of Islam.
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In light of these stories, I would like to ask the following questions: Two women, a Muslima and a Christian, had a fight, and they said harsh words to each other. After the incident, consider which of the following responses is in line with the description of the Prophet SAW characteristics and actions: A: The Muslima talks to her husband, who talks to the Imam, who gathers the people to conduct an investigation of whether or not abusive language was used.
Which kind of behavior bring honor to his name? Like this: Like Loading I completely agree with your article. Very comprehensive scenario created by the writer, I will pick the point B and D. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:.
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