Malik Mahmood 4 months ago

Justice for all May 25, 2020, was a painful day for every peace loving, be he black or white, red or brown.

This humble servant of the Promised Messiah Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian is here to present what Islam teaches about justic, pluralism, mutual respect and equality.

Allah Says in the Holy Quran.
O mankind, We have created you from a male and a female; And We have made you tribes and sub-tribes that you may know one another. Verily, the most honourable among you, in the sight of Allah, is he who is the most righteous among you. Surely, Allah is All-Knowing, All-Aware (الحجرات49:14).

Furthermore, the Holy Qur’an instructs us that no group of people have been excluded from spiritual development. Thus, the Qur’an states:-

And there is no people to whom a Warner has not been sent. (الفاطر 35:25)

Our beloved prophet Muhammad pbuh says:- “Verily your blood, your property are as sacred and inviolable. O people, your Lord is One, and your father is one: all of you are from Adam, and Adam was from the ground. The noblest of you in Allah’s sight is the most Godfearing: “There is no superiority of an Arab over a non-Arab, or of a non-Arab over an Arab, and no superiority of a white person over a black person or of a black person over a white person, except on the basis of personal piety and righteousness.”

At the end I would like to present an extract of His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, India, founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, who was sent by God as the Promised Messiah awaited in different religions. He writes:-

“My countrymen, a religion which does not inculcate universal compassion is no religion at all. Similarly, a human being without the faculty of compassion is no human at all...God commences the Holy Qur’an with the following verse which is contained in surah al-Fatihah: الحمد للہ رب العٰلمین
That is, all perfect and holy attributes belong exclusively to Allah, Who is the Lord of all the worlds. The word ‘alam comprises all different peoples, all different ages and all the different countries. The commencement of the Holy Qur’an with this verse was designed to counter the views of such people as attempted to monopolise God’s unlimited providence for their own nation and imagined that the other nations did not belong to God or that having created these other people, God discarded them as being of no consequence, or else perhaps they were shelved to oblivion by Him, or (God forbid) they were not even created by Him...His providence is not confined to any particular people, age or country. In fact, He is the Lord of all peoples, the Lord of time and space, and He is the Sovereign of all the countries. He alone is the Fountainhead of all beneficence and the Source of every physical and spiritual strength. All that exists is sustained by Him. He is the Support for every creature. It is the universal beneficence of God which encompasses all peoples, all countries and all ages. It so happened lest anyone should have cause to complain that: ‘God has bestowed His favour upon such and such people, but not upon us.’ Or that: ‘So and so received the Book in order to be guided while we did not.’ Or that: ‘In such and such an age, He revealed Himself through His revelations, communications and miracles but in our time He remained hidden.’ Thus, by demonstrating His universal beneficence, He left no justification for such possible accusations. He displayed His virtues boundlessly so that no people remain bereft of physical and spiritual bounties from Him. He also did not treat any age as doomed. (Message of peace P. 6-10)

Let me end with the slogan of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

Love for all Hatred for none

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