We love justice selfishly and dishonestly. We do not see the harm and suffering we create in the lives of others, but we want people to accept the personal investigation of ourselves, group, favorite teacher, or friend. Of course, they are innocent. If we call others before independent investigation, where witnesses are examined and evidence is verified-why do we struggle facing independent investigation and ask those we love to do so as well?
“Among them are men who abuse the Prophet and say, ‘He is (all) ear.’ Say, ‘He listens to what is best for you: he believes in Allah, has faith in the Believers, and is a Mercy to those of you who believe.’ But those who abuse the Messenger will have a grievous penalty.”
Study God’s Most Beautiful Names and get to know Him, by learning and worshiping Him as He wants to be known and worshiped. You can begin by asking Him to guide you.
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Al Fatiha is the first chapter of the Quran and the seven oft-recited verses. We read this chapter to begin new chapters of our life, more importantly, during every prayer. It is mandatory to read it at least seventeen times a day, emphasizing our greatest need: guidance.