Teachings Of Islam

Islam

Islam is a true religion and a complete code of life because it teaches a human everything which is necessary to live life on this earth like how should a person behave and act with other, manner of talking, sit and eating etc and Islam teaches to care each other. The actual purpose of Muslim’s life is to do effort for his life after death. A true Muslim is one who always strives hard towards prosperity and success (falah) and follows the teachings of Islam; by practicing teaching of Islam in daily routine a person will be able to get freedom from all kind of worries and worldly troubles.

A Muslim family follows whatever taught by religion Islam like they have their meals together and before start eating all members of family recites Bismillah. Every member recites the Holy Quran and perform all the five times namaz daily at their prescribed times. Islam teaches to respect each other and in Muslim families we can find that the children respect and honour their elders, and listen carefully to their parents and even elder members of family loves their children and younger one’s.

Islam is a religion of peace and this also expect his followers to spread peace in world and be humble and kind to all, not only be good and humble with those who behave good to us, but be good to those too who behave bad and evil to us. Being a Muslim, we must not answer to any by adopting evil deed, but rather try to forgive people and overlook their mistakes and faults.

We should focus always to true Muslim and this can only be done when we follow the teachings of religion Islam because of our good deeds and excellent behaviour and living our lives on this earth according to teachings of Islam we can make our place in jannah in the life hereafter. ALLAH Almighty always protects Muslims from the evil plans and traps of those people who desire to harm Muslims through any mean.

We should work and live in a surrounding which follows Islam and we must be surrounded by pious, virtuous, compassionate, kind, righteous, well, wise, Islamic scholars, knowledgeable people as surrounding creates greatly in making person’s personality.

Not even with human beings but should have to b kind and humble with animals, when we slaughter any animal, we do that in the most sympathetic and compassionate way by minimizing the panic and pain of animal. The closer we will be able to attain the level of kindness and excellence in our ibadah, the more we will get closer to ALLAH Almighty. For being true Muslim it is necessary to follow the teachings of religion Islam in every aspect of our life.

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ROLE OF RESPECT IN ISLAM

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The condition of being well regarded or honoured esteemed.  This is the most general and commonly understood definition of term respect.  In fact, the thesaurus describes respect as a courteous and polite regard for peoples feelings and respect, honour, kindness, obedience and tolerance. In religion Islam there is great role of respect. Islam states that it is the duty or responsibility of each and every individual in society to treat all human beings with respect, dignity and honour.

Respect begins with obeying the commandments of ALLAH Almighty and from this respect go to the high standards of morality that are very important in religion Islam. To be one of those people who are successful and got achievements, religion Islam requires that every individual must learn to obey ALLAH Almighty and also treat humankind, animals, our environment, the fellow Muslim with respect. Bearing this in mind that the all Muslims are one unite nation, and if any single part of the nation is in peril or in any kind of danger so too are all its parts, giving respect to each other is very essential. Religion Islam teaches us that we are held answerable and accountable not only for our actions and thoughts but for the influence, we have made over others.

Religion Islam asks us to enjoin the good and better and forbid the bad and evil. Islam binds respect to love, peace and compassion, therefore to fulfil our obligation and responsibilities we should obey ALLAH Almighty and a person must respect the reputation, honour, and privacy of others too. Term respect includes staying completely away from involving in major and minor sins like backbiting, lying, cheating, fraud slander, and unnecessary gossip.

Respect for humanity is staying away from sins and things that will create discord among the people especially among Muslims and lead towards destruction.  Respect involves loving for our brothers and sisters whatever we love for ourselves. Respect also includes treating other peoples the way we expect them to treat us and the way we hope ALLAH Almighty will treat us with love, compassion and mercy.

Major sins create barrier between humanity and cause all the misery, conflicts torment, and evil activities in this world. ALLAH Almighty commands us to stay away from all kind of sin. Evil and bad activities like backbiting and cheating, gossip as these things bring about nothing but disgrace and shame. In present time Backbiting has become so widespread that each and every person uses it as a way of expressing jealousy and anger.  Those who engage in these kinds of false activities are harming others and disobeying ALLAH Almighty. The sin is grave and for this punishment is severe, but ALLAH Almighty is Merciful and always accepts sincere repentance.

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RAMI AL-JAMARAAT (STORY BEHIND THROWING STONES ON SHAITAN) (PART 2)

Shaitan

Then shaitan went to distract Hazrat Ibraheem (AS). When he appeared to Him at the first Jamaraat, Hazrat Jibraeel (AS) said to Hazrat Ibraheem (AS): “Pelt him!” so Hazrat Ibraheem (AS) threw seven stones at shaitan and he disappeared from Him. Then he again appeared to Him at the second Jamaraat. Hazrat Jibraeel (AS) said to him: “Pelt him!” so He pelted shaitan with seven stones and he disappeared from Him. Then he again appeared to him at the third Jamaraat. Hazrat Jibraeel (AS) again instructed him: “Pelt him!” so Hazrat Ibraheem (AS) pelted him again with 7 small stones and Shaitan withdrew from him. This action is imitated by all pilgrims, symbolising one’s acknowledgement that Shaitan is enemy and must be repulsed.

Hazrat Ibraheem (AS) then laid Hazrat Ismaeel (AS) down and places his knee on His neck so that he can not move. Then He faced towards the sky and called to

ALLAH Almighty that,

“Oh ALLAH! If you did not like the existence of love for Ismaeel in my heart, I seek your forgiveness.”

Then he proclaimed ALLAH’S name and placed the knife on Hazrat Ismaeel’s (AS) throat. He would rub the knife but it would not cut, ALLAH Almighty had taken the feature of cutting away from the knife. ALLAH Almighty was pleased with the genuineness of Hazrat Ibraheem (AS) and sent a white, big-eyed sheep with horns in substitute of Hazrat Ismaeel (AS) which Hazrat Ibraheem (AS) sacrificed as an alternative. This is the foundation for the offering of sacrifice (Qurbani) animals by the Hujjaj or pilgrims and by all other Muslims at the time of Eid-ul-Adha.

Note that the views of the Christians and Jews are greatly differing from Muslims with concerns to who the sacrificial son was and where the incident took place. In order to improve their honour and prestige they have attributed the sacrificial son to Hazrat Ishaq (upon him be peace) who is the forefather of the Christians and Jews rather than Hazrat Ismaeel (AS). They have also positioned the setting to be in Jerusalem than Mina. It is obvious, by looking at Biblical scriptural proof that the sacrificial son could just have been Hazrat Ismaeel (AS).

Jamarat is a Hajj ritual that involves stoning the 3 pillars that represent the shaitan. As part of this Hajj rite, the pilgrims throw pebbles at those 3 structures in the city of Mina. It also represents the refusal of man’s self and the act of casting aside one’s low wishes and desires. The ritual re-enacts the story of Hazrat Ibraheem (AS) where He sacrificed his son. For the stoning rite, the 3.4 million pilgrims from all around the world filed in crowds all the way through a multi-level structure housing the walls symbolizing the shaitan in the desert valley of Mina, outside the Holy city of Makkah.

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For Part 1 plz visit: https://rahmantours.wordpress.com/2016/07/26/rami-al-jamaraat-story-behind-throwing-stones-on-shaitan-part-1/