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  • Quran and Sunnah

    Hi folks

    Islam does not discriminate against human beings on the basis of color, race, blood relationships, language, or nationalities. Islam is for everyone. This means that Allah wants us to build a society based on the Quranic principle of universal brotherhood. While no one can question the value of this high goal, the problem is working to achieve it. When the Quran set this high goal for humanity it also provided working principles for achieving it in the human world. This is what the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him accomplished with the help of his companions. He created a true multiethnic and multiracial society for the first time in human history. The ultimate goal was to include all humanity in this ideal. By knocking out all barriers political, social, economical, and geographical a global society could be created based on equality and freedom for all human beings. This then is the Sunnah (way of prophet). Our practice of Sunnah must lead to this goal set by the Quran and implemented by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Otherwise we belie Islam (107: 1-7) as well as the Sunnah of the Muhammad (PBUH).

    Now the important question is that any Muslim who does not believe in the Sunnah of the Prophet (PBUH) is not a Muslim. But the question is, does believing in the Sunnah of the Prophet (PBUH) require us to believe in everything attributed to him in the books of hadith? We have seen that there is a disagreement on this issue among the scholars belonging to different sects in Islam. Therefore, we need an objective standard to determine the authenticity of the sayings attributed to the Prophet (PBUH). This standard can only be the Quran as it has the power to separate the truth from falsehood – called Al-Furqan by Allah. If any hadith is against the Quran then it can not be the saying of the Prophet (PBUH) and therefore cannot qualify as his Sunnah. But remember according to Ummul Momineen Hazarat Aisha (R) the Prophet (PBUH) was a walking Quran.

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    The meaning of life is to help our human brothers. This can only be done if you have follow the sunnah of Hazrat Muhammad(PBUH). I follow the book of Al-bukhari and it is the best book. You can also learn sunnah of Hazrat Muhammad(PBUH) from Quran.
    Quran, Holy Quran and Ramadan