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The importance of unity in Islam

The importance of unity in Islam

 

Thanks to the awareness of our magnanimous Imam (r.a.), one of the blessings of the Islamic Revolution was that the birthday anniversary of the Holy Prophet (s.w.a.) motivated the introduction of “Unity Week”. This is interesting because Islamic unity is an unfulfilled wish. Some people truly cherish this wish and some others only pay lip service to it. In any case, it is necessary to find a practical way to fulfill this wish.

It is not possible to fulfill any wish in the absence of selfless efforts. And when we think about practical ways of fulfilling this wish and this goal, one of the best ideas that comes to mind is building everything around the greatest personality in all creation, namely the Holy Prophet of Islam (s.w.a.) who represents the point at which all Muslims’ emotions and beliefs come together.

Among all Islamic truths and teachings, there might not be another point that all Muslims agree on both emotionally and ideologically. In Islam, emotions play an important role as well. Except for certain groups who have separated from Muslims and do not attach a lot of importance to emotions and affection, the majority of Muslims have strong affection for the Holy Prophet (s.w.a.). Therefore, the Holy Prophet (s.w.a.) can be the pivot of Muslim unity.

Reference:Lessons from the Holy Prophet of Islam (s.w.a.) A selection of statements by Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei on the personality and be’that of the Holy Prophet of Islam (s.w.a.)

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