How to confront anti-Islam propaganda

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

There should be actions rather than reactions, the steps should be made after carefully examining the possible results, actions should be weighed by the scales of mind as well as the provisions and teachings of Islam. All the nation’s actions should be taken after thorough consultations and understanding between all the nation’s segments and denominations so that they agree on one opinion and the entire nation arrive on a unified attitude. In such a way the nation becomes unified against the enemies of Islam and its reactions to anti-Islam conspiracies become sound and conducive, balanced by the mind and abiding by the provisions of Islam. Such a reaction against the enemies of Islam unifies the Islamic nation and brings the hearts of Muslims together.

By/His Eminence Shaikh Ahmed al Khalili, Grand Mufti of the Sultanate

الشيخ الجليل أحمد الخليلي

 

Reference: Oman observer

Spread the knowledge by sharing this post!

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on google
Google+
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

Leave a Replay

Share!

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

Recent Posts

How Muslims Should Demand Their Rights

By His Eminence Shaikh Ahmed al Khalili, Grand Mufti of the Sultanate — A Muslim weights his deeds with the balance of piety to measures their harms and benefits and decides whether or not to embark upon done within lawful and reasonable limits. The common interest is — without a doubt — given preference over the individual interest, hence the claim of an individual’s rights is considered unlawful in Islam when it conflicts with the collective interest or undermines it, in which case the end never justifies the means. A Muslim has to contemplate both, the end and the means,

Read More »

Impact Of Unfounded Rumours On Society

By His Eminence Shaikh Ahmed al Khalili, Grand Mufti of the Sultanate — Muslims are ordered not to speak of anything before verifying the correctness of what they intend to say and making sure that they aren’t telling falsehood; otherwise dire consequences will result from the spread of unfounded rumours. Allah the Exalted has laid a strong emphasis on this matter when He said: “There is not a word man utters but an observer is ready ‘to make note of it”. The Prophet, peace be upon him, said: “A man might speak a word without thinking about its implications, but

Read More »

Respect: Beautifully Islamic Principle but Fading away Nowadays

Respect is a very important principle and quality that is highly emphasized by the religion of Islam, but it seems that it has started to fade away these days. The million-dollar question is why is it fading away? And if does exist, why does it exist with restrictions and double standards? This piece attempts at addressing the importance of respect in Islam, some types of respect, the consequences of disrespect, some of the strange phenomena invading the Islamic society clashing with this beautiful principle and rules for respect to have it as a way of life. Definition of respect Respect

Read More »

Follow Us