Islam Teaches Universal Brotherhood
Islam is such religion that teaches universal brotherhood among each other, it teaches to be kind, humble and co-operative with each other. To think as same image and respect of others as ours. So not to fight abuse or quarrel among each other. To help each other at joy and sad times and mingle with each other and protect and safeguard each other rights. Always be in touch with each other. All five principles of Islam teach us to remain united and forget all worries and selfishness. To give and share our belongings with those who have nothing and to help care the needy and poor people to make them realize that they are not alone but their Muslim brothers and sisters are there to look and care for them by the will of God. To think same as we think for ourselves. Not to have any special identity of show and fame but acts should be just to convince Almighty God and not to think as very happy person if we have a hoard of wealth, but we do have a share of poor and orphan in it. If we deny giving them there share than there is no use of such wealth which would be worthless. Its real happiness lies when given to poor, needy and orphan. Well Islam does not say to give whole, but mere just few parts that too left over after satisfying our needs. Imagine so many Muslim in this world are still suffering from starvation, diseases and problems. So it is our duty to find such people and help them. They need our help and this help could be the cause to open the gates of Heaven. Time is not same as always. Today it would be with us next day or next time it would be with someone else. So take it any opportunity and help the Muslim brothers sisters on universal grounds.

Allah says in Holy Quran
"Hold fast by the covenant of Allah all together and be not disunited. And remember Allah's favour to you when you were enemies, then He united your hearts, so by His favour you became brethren." (3:103)

"The believers are brethren, so make peace between your brethren. Do not find fault with your own people, nor call one another by (bad) nick¬names." (49:10-12)

"Help one another in good and righteous works, and do not help one another in sin and aggression." (5:2)

"Do not hate one another and do not be jealous of one another and do not boycott one another, and be servants of Allah, as brothers; and it is not lawful for a Muslim to sever his relations with his brother for more than three days."
(Holy Prophet in Bukhari.)

"You will see the believers in their having mercy for one another, and in their love for one another, and in their kindness towards one another, like the human body: when one limb is ailing, the whole body feels it, one part calling out the other with sleeplessness and fever."
(Holy Prophet in Bukhari.)

"None of you has faith until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself."
(Holy Prophet in Bukhari.)

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