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LETíS FORGET OUR DIFFERENCES, WE ARE ONE UMMAH

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Tuesday, 06 October, 2015
LETíS FORGET OUR DIFFERENCES, WE ARE ONE UMMAH

Allah has made the relationship of the Muslim to a Muslim more sacred than any relationship, even that of blood, culture or nation. He has united us into one ummah, the Muslim ummah, and has made us responsible for each other. The relationship between the Muslims is a sacred one:
A Muslim is the brother of a Muslim. He neither oppresses him nor humiliates him nor looks down upon him. The piety is here, (and while saying so) he pointed towards his chest thrice. It is a serious evil for a Muslim that he should look down upon his brother Muslim. All things of a Muslim are inviolable for his brother in faith; his blood, his wealth and his honor. (Sahih Muslim Book 31, Number 6219.)
Our diversity is what brings about our unity. We are the only Nation on earth that enjoys unity despite our diversity. When you now wake up and look deep into your heart and ask yourself what could prompt one Muslim to wage war against his fellow Muslim brothers? You would find it difficult to say is because of Islam.
Look at the Muslim world and come to think of why should brothers of the same faith be killing themselves, you will see that something has gone wrong with those Muslims; not by their physical appearance but by what they conceive in their minds which aggravated to hatred. No matter what, no single Muslim must abuse talk of killing one another. But today everybody gives judgment according to his will and not Allahís will because of Duniyah.
We are human being and it is certain that the nature will speak of itself. We are incomplete and not perfect so, whenever anyone of us falls into mistakes we should be mindful of what we say. Who knows if that mistake is what will make him a dweller of paradise or can someone tell what will end his own deeds? 
Let us try to embrace each other. Sunni, Suffi, Qadriyah, Tijaniyah and others. Though we may differ in aqeedah (creed) but that does meant we are not brothers since we all believe in Allah and His Prophet Muhammad. We are one Ummah and we must see ourselves as such. We must not develop hatred to each other and doing that is what will lead to verbal and physical attack. Let Allah judge with what left among us and what must concern us most is unity among ourselves. Please, we are all brothers.
Sheikh Daood Imran Molaasan

National President of Jamaatul Taawunul Muslimeen



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