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Islam is Very Simple

BY: Liyakat Shah | Category: Religion | Submitted: 2012-05-07 04:30:34
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Article Summary: "In Islam a black person can stand next to white person, a tall and handsome person can stand next to an ugly fellow, a King, President or ambassador can stand next to beggar, slave or a servant and peasant. All are treated as equal and equal treatment is also to be given to them irrespective of caste or creed..."


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Islam is very simple but we people made it complicated its teaching is universal it teaches to believe in One True God Allah Rabbul Izzat and His Messenger Prophet Mohammad Peace And Blessings Upon Him And His Family. It is mandatory for a person who follows Islam to follow the teachings of Quran and Hadith which teaches the ethics and codes of life. Prophet Mohammad Peace and Blessings upon Him is the best of best example who followed the teachings of Allah Subhano Watala and Holy Quran. His teachings and principles are known as Sunnat which means an act to perform and do as Prophet Mohammad Peace And Blessings Upon Him has done and the same traditions is to be carried out by every Muslim as long as they live in this world which would result in rewarding of good deeds in present world as well as the world after the death. Prophet Mohammad Peace And Blessings Upon Him has almost taught every aspect of life. Even Non-Muslims follow the Sunnat and get the desired results which also have many of many scientific facts hidden in it. For example Solat means a form of Prayer offered by every Muslim around the globe.

All followers of Islam and Muslim have to face the direction of Holy Kabba which is considered as house of Allah JalleShahnaho while offering his or her Prayer depending upon geographical conditions or locality of that place which symbolizes that every Muslim have to face in the direction of Holy Kabba to offer Solat means Namaz. Hence it rejects any individuality that no one has the right to offer Solat in any direction of his or her choice in spite of knowing the direction. So all the Mosques that are in the world or that would come in time to come have to be built in such a way that its front side faces the Holy Kabba. It symbolizes uniqueness and oneness in Islam. Similarly while offering a Prayer a person has to do ablution which means Wuzu to clean some of our body parts by water. Than a person stands in straight horizontal lines know as Saff in a Mosque to offer Prayer under the leadership of noted Islamic scholar or Imam who is considered best in terms of Islamic perspectives. Here one thing is to be noted that there is not so ever discrimination on any one a black person can stand next to white person, a tall and handsome person can stand next to an ugly fellow, a King, President or ambassador can stand next to beggar, slave or a servant and peasant. All are treated as equal and equal treatment is also to be given to them irrespective of caste or creed. Islam says that your celebration and jubilations are incomplete if your neighbours or relatives are hungry or sad we ought to take care and consult with them from time to time. There should be give and take procedure among relatives and neighbours. We ought to inquire with them about their life and livings. Islam teaches complete codes of life. We have to think even for others and not just for ourselves. The more you follow the teachings of Islam the more you would be benefitted.

The world has only four types of people
1. A man whom Allah provides with property and knowledge, in which he fears his Lord and joins ties of relationship, acting in it towards Allah as is due to Him, this man being in the most excellent station.
2. A man whom Allah provides with knowledge but not with property, who says with a sincere intention that if he had property he would act as so and so does, their reward being equal.
3. A man whom Allah provides with property but not with knowledge, in which he acts in a random manner ignorantly, not fearing his Lord respecting it, or using it to join ties of relationship, or dealing with it in a right way, this man being in the worst station.
4. A man whom Allah provides with neither property nor knowledge, who says that if he had property he would deal with it as so and so does and has this intention, the load they have to bear being equal."

Hadith - At-Tirmidhi 5287, Narrated Abu Kabshah al-Anmari


Mr. Liyakat Shah
INDIA

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