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Tell me about Islam (1) 

By Writer/Mohammed Nour

The world before the mission of the Prophet Al-Akram


With the ongoing fierce war against Islam and Muslims, and with accusations of god's power towards Islamic law, and with the growing deliberate campaigns to tarnish the image of Islam, in the minds of the people, there was a need to stop all these events.

That pause is to ask a question, which is obvious to anyone who listens, and watches all these frenzied campaigns, directed at Islam and Muslims, and everyone who has heard and watched those campaigns should have directed, that obvious question, to Muslims before they make a judgment that lacks justice and fairness.

Tell me about Islam!!

Did he know what islamic law calls it?!!

Did he know that the Prophet of Mercy, peace be upon him, said:

"I was sent to complete the honors of morality"?

Did he ask about the virtues of Islam?!!

Did he know how much the world was sinking into total darkness, of ignorance, abolition, and corruption before Islam, and how it shone with the light of its Master, after the dawn of Islam?!!

Did he know the value of justice, which Islam brought, so the divine command in the Holy Qur'an was clear and explicit, and he does not accept the interpretation by saying:

In the name of God the most Merciful, the most Compassionate

"O those who believe, be the strengths of God, martyrs in the ۖ, and do not criminalize you as people who should not modify ۚ, is closer to piety ۖ and fear Allah ۚ that God is an expert in what you do."

The Great Truth of God {Surat al-Table: verse 8}

What is meant by saying, "Don't criminalize you, two people, not to be amended."

That is, you are the enmity of the people, but you will not be fair in your judgment of them, and you will walk between them, so be punished for the enmity between you and them.

Is there more justice, even with adversaries, and enemies?!!

Did he ask about the meaning of dignity in Islam?!!

The people in Islam are the same, just like the teeth of the comb, there is no difference between them all people are the children of one family, namely the human family, and Islam has provided all the children of that family with the right to live in dignity without exception, or discrimination, and Allah has told almighty about this, saying:

"We have honored the children of Adam, carried them on land and sea, and we have provided them with good things, and we have preferred them to many of those who have created us in preference" (Surat al-Israa: verse 70}

Islam also demanded that others be treated with the utmost respect and human dignity, which God almighty has given to humanity, and mercy, and there is no distinction between the Muslim and others.

"O people, unless your Lord is one, and your father is one, is there no preference for an Arab over Ajami, no ajami on an Arab, no red on black, no black on red except by piety, i have been informed?  Believe the Messenger of God.

Even in the discussion between the Muslim and other people of the Book, Allah has commanded charity in that.

Yes, even the discussion must be charity, as The Almighty has said:

"And don't argue with the people of the Book except those who are better than those who have been wronged by them and say we believe in the one who came down to us and came down to you and our God and your God is one, and we are Muslims."

{Surat al-Spider: verse 46}

These are questions that anyone who listens, and sees the false accusations that are made to Islam and Muslims, must ask for himself, and look at the facts of things, until he reaches a just and flawless verdict, if he wants to know the truth, and so that there is no trouble for the truth seeker, I will try hard with the help of God and his power, to explain those facts, as hard as I can to every researcher, through a series of articles.

Tell me about Islam.

I hope that the researcher will find the answer, to the questions in his mind, about what Islam is, so that no one before God has an argument, and I hope, who is fluent in both languages, English and French, to communicate with me via e-mail, in order to translate these articles into English and French until the facts reach the truth, for those who do not speak Arabic, and will have great, great, from God almighty, and reward, if he makes his translation of the articles for those articles, according to His Majesty.

God is behind the intent.
How was the world before the mission of the Prophet Al-Akram( peace be upon him)?

The answer to this question will allow the reader to know what the difference is before the islamic da'wa, after its emergence, and what difference Islam has made, in the world and people of morals, and dealings.

Conditions in Northern Europe:  


The French historian Joseph Reno, a French historian who has been interested in the history of the Islamic conquests of Europe, described the situation in pre-Islamic Europe:

Europe at that time was overflowing with flaws and sins, fleeing cleanliness, caring for man and place, full of ignorance, chaos, delay, widespread injustice and oppression, and the dispersal of illiteracy.

Abdullah bin Abdulaziz bin Mohammed al-Bakri al-Andalusi, author of The Paths and Kingdoms, described some of the varieties of Saqaba, a resident of the northern regions of Europe, saying: "They have acts such as those of India, they burn the dead at the time of his death, and the women of the dead come, cut their hands and faces, with knives, and some loving women, their husbands hang themselves in public, then burn the body after death, and be placed with the dead.
As for the situation in the Roman Empire:

The ideological differences between the Christian communities have torn apart the Roman Empire. The difference between the Orthodox faith, the Eastern Church on the one hand, the Catholic church and the Western Church on the other, was not merely an ordinary one, but a very sharp conflict, resulting in devastating wars, for which thousands of people were killed.

Those differences continued, burning until the conquest, the Islamic conquest of Egypt, which was salvation, and the salvation of the Copts of Egypt who encountered colors of torture, persecution at the hands of the Romans, and the Roman people did not escape the cruelty, injustice of the Romans, the state imposed exorbitant taxes, For all the inhabitants of the country, it was of course the most heavier, and heavier on the poor without the rich, and Roman society was divided into free, gentlemen, slaves, nearly three times as free in number, and they had no rights, but their fate was in the hands of the gentlemen, Nor had they had any respect, within society, so that the philosopher Plato himself, who was calling for the so-called utopia, was of the view that slaves should not be given the right to citizenship!!.

Cruelty was not only with slaves and the poor, but extended, with the utmost cruelty, to the Roman woman herself.

And you shouldn't eat meat, you shouldn't laugh. Until they came up they had decided to even prevent her from speaking, so much so that they had put an iron lock on her mouth.

This is what it was in the Roman Empire.


The situation in India:


No less gruesome than the situation in the Roman Empire, the class was at its worst, and even the Indian society was divided into four layers, below the castaway or the Chaudhry. That class, according to that division, was in a position, less than beasts, lower than dogs, and worse than that who was, in one of those classes, which was divided, could never rise to the higher class, from his class no matter how much money you earn, or get informed, or belong to Jah.

The woman, according to the various Indian canons, was seen. It is hell, poison, death, snakes, and fire better than them, even if the man, his money, loses his gambling, he gambles on his wife, and if he loses in play, his rival wins his wife!!

The wonders of the Indians, in their dealings with women, do not end. They even burned the wife, if her husband died, and buried her with him.
As for the situation in Persia:

The situation in Persia was, to say the least, highly tragic, whether in moral, social or religious aspects without exception, the people within Persian society were under a system, protégé, and there was a great humiliation of the value, and the dignity of man.

The society was divided into seven layers below the general public, and they counted more than ninety percent of the population, including workers, peasants, soldiers, slaves, and had no rights at all, even chained in the battles, such as ostriches and livestock.

As for the situation of the Jews:


The Jews were a strong-natured people, and they were cruel to their hearts, and they did not know morals a way, so to say the least about them, they were immoral, they lived on riba, and sedition between people and tribes, and they were gained from the sale of weapons, as a result of For the wars they ignite, between the tribes, and they were always keen to bring the tribal masters into moral scandals, and threaten them, then, they controlled the minds of the ignorant, with their misleading and distorted books, and their ideas urging abolition, and misdirection.
As for the woman in the Jews, she described in the distorted Torah that she had no wisdom, no mind, that she was evil, ignorant and foolish, but that she was insanity in itself, that she was a matter of death, that her heart was a trap of deception, and her hands were constrained!!.

As for the situation of the Arabs:


The Arabian Peninsula was mired in shirk, abolition, and misdirection despite the Faith of the Arabs, almighty God, but they had taken allah and the highest mediators, idols, and they were saying about them. They bring them closer to Allah Zalfi, and they believe in them the benefit, and the harm, and they worshipped them without Allah Almighty.

Each city, each tribe had a idol, worshipped without God, their morals were demoralised, and a swamp of vices descended. There was a widespread drinking of alcohol, gambling, riba, and adultery spread horribly, and marriage was in four pictures, as described by The Lady of Tahera, mother of the believers, our Lady Aisha Rida Allah Almighty, for her presence, and her land, as stated in Sahih al-Bukhari:

"The marriage in al-Jahiliya was on four parts, including the marriage of people today, the man is engaged to the man, and i wish he will believe her, and then he will marry her, and another joke, the man would say to his wife, if she cleansed her sins, send me to a man, and he will be proud of him. Her husband has her husband and does not touch her at all until she finds out that her pregnancy is from that man who is shopping from him, and if her pregnancy turns out, her husband has been hit if he loves, but he does so in order to avoid the boy. If she became pregnant and laid and passed nights after she gave birth to her pregnancy sent to them, no man could not refrain until they met, so she told them that you knew what was from you and she was born, and she named those who loved her by his name, so she followed her son and a fourth, so people meet a lot, so they come to the woman, they don't refrain from those who came to her, and they are the prostitutes, they were putting on their doors banners, flags of those who wanted them to enter, and if she was pregnant, she would be pregnant with her. With those who see the rule and let his son not refrain from doing so, when Allah sent Muhammad (pbuh) to destroy the marriage of all the people of Al-Jahiliya except the marriage of the people of Islam today.

As you can see, there are three types of marriage that revolve around adultery, prostitution, and only one is the legitimate marriage, which Muslims now marry.

As soon as Islam came, it was completely destroyed all kinds of jahiliya marriages, which incite adultery.

It was also one of the ugly morals of the Arabs, the habit of infanticide of girls (i.e. burying them alive immediately after birth) with claims.

Fear of shame, poverty, and different colours.

It was also a custom of the Arabs to carry out raids, motivated by looting, and the sin of women, and wars were based on the most trivial causes.

This was the case of the world, before the mission of the Great Prophet, the pride of the universe, the sultan of the prophets, the prayers and peace of my Lord, all the time and in time.

His presence described the state of the world, before his blessed mission, in the Hadith, which was directed by Imam Musallam, by saying:

"God looked at the people of the earth, and their Arabs hated them and they were all but remnants of the people of the Book."

By looking at the word "remnants," we can conclude that those remnants did not constitute societies, or integrated civilizations.

They were just a few people, here and there.

If he wishes, we will continue in the next article, about what the emergence of Islam has brought about in the world.

(No, except God)


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