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Universal brother hood

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This Presentation has been given to Qari Muhammad Atta Ur Rehman in ISLAMIC STUDIES 1 by a student of UMT,Lahore

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  • 1. UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD BY DR.ZAKIR NAIK PRESENTER M.USAMA
  • 2. Brotherhood based on blood relationshipBrotherhood based on regionsBrotherhood based on raceBrotherhood based on casteBrotherhood based on creed etcBut all type of brotherhood are lemmatisedIslam believes on Universal brotherhood
  • 3.  The verses of Glorious Qur’an on brotherhood areSurah Hujurat Chapter No.49, Verse No.13 states,‘O human kind, we have created you from a single pair of male and female, and have divided you into nations and tribes, so that you shall recognize each other (not that you shall despise each other), verily the most honoured in the sight of Allah (swt) is the person who has Taqwa (who fears Allah and is Righteous), Allah (swt) is all knowing and well acquainted with all things.’
  • 4.  Glorious Qur’an in Surah Ar-Rum verse. 22, that: ‘And among His signs is the creation of the heavens and the earth, and the variations in your languages, and your colours: Verily in that are signs for those who know.’
  • 5.  Glorious Qur’an, in Surah Israa, Ch. 17, Verse 70: ‘We have honoured the sons of Adam’ Allah does not say that He has honoured only the Arabs or the Americans or a particular race. He states that He has honoured all the children of Adam, irrespective of race, caste, colour, creed or gender.
  • 6.  While there are many religions that believe that humankind originated from a single pair - Adam and Eve (peace be upon them), there some faiths that say, that it is because of the sin of the woman (Eve - may Allah be pleased with her) that the humans are born in sin. They blame only on the woman, which is Eve, for the downfall of human beings. The Qur’an speaks about the story of Adam and Eve (peace be upon them) in several chapters, but in all the places, the blame is placed equally on both -Adam and Eve (peace be upon them).
  • 7.  According to Surah Araf, Ch. 7 : Verses 19 to 27 Both of them disobeyed Allah (swt), both of them repented, and both were forgiven. Both are equally blamed for the mistake. There is not a single verse in the Glorious Qur’an, which puts the blame only on Eve (may Allah be pleased with her).
  • 8.  In Surah Taha, Ch. No. 20, V. No. 121, it is stated that Adam (pbuh) disobeyed Allah (swt). Certain faith, on the other hand state that because Eve disobeyed God, it is she who is responsible for the sin of humankind’. Hence God cursed the woman, and said that she will bear labour pains. This means that pregnancy is a curse. Islam of course does not agree with this unjust view.
  • 9.  In Surah Nisa, Ch. No. 4, V. No. 1, Allah states: ‘And (reverence) the wombs (that bore you).’ In Islam, pregnancy does not degrade a woman - it uplifts a woman. In Surah Luqman, Ch. 31, V. No. 14, it is stated that: ‘And we have enjoined on man (to be good) to his parents. In travail upon travail did his mother bear him, and in years twain was his weaning.’
  • 10.  The Qur’an says in Surah, Ahqaf, Ch. 46, V. No. 15...’We have enjoined on man to be kind to his parents. In pain did his mother bear him, and in pain did she give him birth.’ Islam states that men and women are created equal.
  • 11.  According to a Hadith mentioned in Sahih Bukhari, Vol.No. 8, in the Book of Adab, Chapter 2, Hasith No. 2: ‘A person came to Prophet Mohammed (saw), and asked him, ‘Who is the person who deserves the maximum love and companionship in this world ?’ The Prophet replied, ‘Your mother.’ The man asked, Who next?’ The Prophet said, ‘Your mother.’ The man asked, ‘After that who?’ The Prophet repeated for the third time, ‘Your mother.’ The man asked, ‘After that who?’ Then the Prophet said, ‘Your father.
  • 12.  So, 75% or 3/4 of the love and companionship of the children are due to the mother and only 25% or 1/4 of the love and companionship goes to the father. In other words, the mother gets the gold medal, she gets the silver medal, as well as the bronze medal. The father has to be satisfied with a mere consolation prize.
  • 13.  In Islam, men and women are equal - but equality does not mean identicality. There are many misconceptions about the status of women in Islam. These can be removed if one studies the authentic sources of knowledge of Islam and its teachings - the Glorious Qur’an and the Sahih Hadith.
  • 14.  student ‘A’ and ‘B’ get the highest marks in a subject - 80 out of 100. The question paper consisted of 10 questions, each of 10 marks. In the first answer student ‘A’ gets 9 out of 10, student ‘B’ gets 7 out of 10. So in question 1 student ‘A’ has a degree of advantage than student ‘B’. In question 2, student ‘B’ gets 9 out of 10, and student ‘A’ gets 7 out of 10. So in question 2, student ‘B’ has a degree of advantage, than student ‘A’. In the remaining 8 questions, both get 8 out of 10, and if you total the marks of both the students, both get 80 out of 100. So if you analyze, both student ‘A’ and ‘B’ have got over all equal marks. But in answers to some questions, student ‘A’ has a degree of advantage and in answers to some other questions, student ‘B’ has a degree of advantage - but in terms of overall marks, both are equal. Similarly in Islam, men and women are equal.
  • 15.  Brotherhood in Islam does not only mean that the same sexes are equal. ‘Universal Brotherhood’ in Islam means, that besides race, caste, and creed, even the sexes are overall equal. Men and women are equal in Islam, but in some aspects, men have a degree of advantage while in some other aspects, women have a degree of advantage - but overall both are equal.
  • 16.  For example, if a robber enters my house, I will not say, ‘I believe in women’s rights, and I believe in women’s liberation and therefore my sister, my wife, my mother, should go and fight the robber.’
  • 17.  Allah says in Surah Nisa, Ch. 4, V 34, ‘God has given the one (man) more strength than the other’’. Men have more strength than the women.’
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