[ExI] riots again
painlord2k at libero.it
Sat Oct 6 20:31:13 UTC 2012
Il 06/10/2012 17:34, The Avantguardian ha scritto:
> Now that I have read them, I don't neccessarily buy Wretchard's
> Conjectures but they too are a potential resolution to the conflict.
> If Secular Humanism and Islam cannot coexist, then they won't for
> long. Just remember that muslims love their children too.
What matter is what the love most, no one contested they love their
> Love for the Prophet Muhammad is a measure of one's iman (faith and
> inner conviction) and our iman is completed and perfected only when
> our love for the Prophet exceeds our love for everything else in this
> world, including our own lives. The Holy Qur'an says:
> "The Prophet is preferable for the believers even to their own
> selves..." (33:6)
> This is a definitional sentence which tells us what it takes to be a
> believer: preferring the Prophet even to one's own life. In
> confirmation of this the Prophet is reported in Hadith to have said:
> "None of you becomes a believer until I am dearer to him than his
> children, his parents and all mankind." (as reported by Bukhari and
> Muslim) Some versions add: "his life, his wealth and his family".
> The best of believers, the suhaba (companions of the Prophet), did
> show such love for the Prophet, especially the noblest of them.
> Hadhrat Ali, speaking on behalf of all the community of suhaba in
> Medina, is reported to have said:
> "The Holy Prophet is dearer to us than our wealth, our children, our
> fathers, our forefathers, our mothers and cool water at the time of
> severe thirst."
> Love of the Prophet breathes life into our practice of religion.
> Without it our religion reduces to an empty adherence to a set of
> dead rules and rituals.
> ("Soul of iman, essence of the Qur'an and life of religion - all
> these are love of Muhammad, the Mercy to All Creation.")
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