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Islam: an effective prescription for all eras

Islam: an effective prescription for all eras

 

Although many centuries have passed since Mab’ath and although many intellectuals and religious scholars in the world of Islam have expressed their opinions regarding that great event, Mab’ath is still worthy of careful analysis from various perspectives. Be’that of the Holy Prophet (s.w.a.) was a great movement in the history of mankind and its goal was to save human beings, purify human souls, improve ethical conditions and confront the problems that human beings have been faced with in all eras. All divine religions are opposed to evil and corruption and all of them are straight paths towards noble goals. The characteristic of Islam is that it is a prescription for all eras and that it is effective.

The Holy Quran says, “He it is Who raised among the inhabitants of Mecca a Messenger from among themselves, who recites to them His communications and purifies them, and teaches them the Book and the Wisdom. (۱)”However, this does not mean that after the introduction of Islam and after be’that of the Seal of Prophets (s.w.a.), all human souls were purified. It does not mean that after the revelation of the Holy Quran, human beings will no longer encounter injustice, discrimination, brutality and shortcomings on their path to perfection. When we say that the Holy Prophet (s.w.a.) and Islam were introduced into the world in order to establish justice, save the oppressed and break living and dead idols, this does not mean that people will no longer suffer from injustice, that there will no longer be any taghut, that no idols will dominate the life of humanity. History shows that after the introduction of Islam, certain taghuts emerged in different parts of the world and even in Islamic environments, of course after the passage of several decades. Once again people were faced with injustice and the same problems that human beings were grappling with previously started to emerge again. 

۱. Sura al-Jumua, Ayah 2

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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