Islamic Code for Governance after The Exalted Prophet

by jawaid ahmed,uk @, Thursday, June 21, 2012, 14:31 (2531 days ago) @ Syed Ijlal Hussain

Many issues are dealt with in the Quran that are not followed by the majority of mankind, including the majority of Muslims. Take bribery for example, we all know it goes on all over the world and is openly rampant in Pakistan, from top to bottom of society. Brother Quasim has said that leaders are elected by the people, for the people [not for the PPP] so in order to make a change a majority or a sizeable minority need to know what is the best course of action and act upon this. The Jews wandered for 40 years before they had eliminated enough of the idol worshipping mentalities that made up their numbers when leaving Egypt; heaven does not come into existence on earth in a day!

When we had a Messenger of Allah in our midst, a man ‘connected’ to Allah, the majority did not believe him so anyone, Khalifa or Imam is not going to fair any better; there will always be dissension/going astray/civil wars, such is the folly of man.

The answer is to start educating the people with the Quran. The many wrongs people do should be challenged with this and once they have understood where they are wrong they may start to improve [!?]. Your uncle should be asked whether he agrees with the Quran when it says that a fornicator should be given 100 lashes or the hadith which says stone them to death. Once the doubt over the ‘blessed’ hadith sets in then the rest is a slow but rewarding journey to pure Quran.

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