Muslims Must Be United
Islam says that there are no discriminations on anyone on grounds of race, creeds or tribes. All are treated as equal and at times a unique unity is depicted during time of Prayer that is Solat which is offered by Muslim around the globe. Anywhere we go in the world we find similarity in Islam. Allah is One, Quran is One, Kabba is One, Prophets and Prophet Mohammad (Peace and Blessings upon Him) is Prophet for whole humanity. Islam lay more emphasis on collectiveness to be united and for this the people for example during the Holy Haj all people wear the same clothes even if a person is rich or a poor, black or white, beautiful or ugly all are lined in one straight horizontal line to remove all differences from the mind. Similarly Islam also lays more emphasis on helping and caring each other and meting each other at good and difficult times.
But today the situation is different and now days we find Muslim divided with each other and this is the main reason that we have to perish in all walks of life. If we neglect the teachings of Quran and Sunnat of Prophet Mohammad (Peace and Blessings upon Him) than we would not be successful in life Living life is not important in Islam but how to live a honest and truthful and pious life is utmost important. We ought to be collective and not thing just for our self, but to think also about others.
Let's see the teachings of 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."
(Holy Quran 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."
(Holy Quran 49:10-12)

"Help one another in good and righteous works, and do not help one another in sin and aggression."
(Holy Quran 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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