Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Hadith- Do your duty for Allah

English Translation of Al-Quran

[6]. Surah Al-An'am [The Cattle]

Ayat 55. And thus do We explain the Ayat (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) in detail, that the way of the Mujrimun (criminals, polytheists, sinners), may become manifest. 

Al Qur'an

Hadith الحديث
جزاكم الله خيرا وأحسن الجزاء في الدنيا والأخرة

English Translation of Hadith

Hazrat Ibn `Umar (May Allah be pleased with them) reported: Messenger of Allah   [S.A.W.W](P.B.U.H) said, "One who withdraws his hand from obedience (to the Amir or Jammat) will find no argument (in his defense) when he stands before Allah on the Day of Resurrection; and one who dies without having sworn allegiance will die the death of one belonging to the Days of Ignorance.''

[Sahih Muslim].

Another narration in Sahih Muslim is: The Messenger of Allah   [S.A.W.W](P.B.U.H) said, "He who dies having defected from obedience (to the Amir or Jammat) and discards his association with the main body of the (Muslim) community, dies the death of one belonging to the Days of Jahiliyyah.''


Lesson: To do your duty for Allah as per sunnah of His Messenger  [S.A.W.W](P.B.U.H) and strive hard in His Cause as much as you can to implement law describe by Allah (SWT) on one self, his or her home, family and then whole nation also as per sunnah this cannot be done alone and one must abide join and follow Jammat of Pious Muslim who follow teaching of Quran and Sunnah as it should be also this Hadith crystallizes the parameters of the Muslim subjects' obedience to Allah his Messenger and true followers as their Ameer and Jammat. The honour of the latter is bound up with their surrender to the Command of Allah and His Messenger  [S.A.W.W](P.B.U.H).  Otherwise, apart from the torment in the Hereafter, they will also be subjected to humiliation in this world, it is binding upon Muslims to show obedience to the Amir & Jammat and to join forces with the Muslim Community to give allegiance to him as long as he does not call to a sin. Also it is very clear from this Hadith that both the Amir or ruler and the ruled have their own respective obligations. If any of the two sides fails to play its due role, it will bear the brunt of its deficiency on the Final Day. Yet, people are debarred from disobeying a ruler who neglects to do what is required of him. Negligence is not rectifiable by negligence as it will make matters worse. To endure the high-handedness of a ruler in view of the overall national interest, is therefore, preferable to revolting against him. True, one cannot take the law into one's own hands, yet there always remains room for improvement and positive criticism. To make use of it within limits and to make efforts for the enforcement of the canonical discipline will not be deemed as an uprising. Indeed, this will be deemed, to some extent, binding on everybody.


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