Proud to be a Muslim

Abu Unsure February 5, 2011 2

Know that the rulings of sharee’ah have not come to humiliate the Muslim or make him a laughing stock among people; rather they have brought that which is good for all people in their religious and worldly affairs. If you think about the state of the world you will find this to be true. Actions that go against Islam have become widespread everywhere on earth. Look – for example –at the effect that mixing between women and men has on nations; look at the effects of permitting alcohol; look at the effects of wanton display and unveiling; look at the effects of false freedoms on those nations. They are the nations that are most affected by anxiety and depression, they have the highest suicide rates, they are the nations where wife-beating and murder of wives is most common, and there are many other examples. What we say is based on their own statistics. But this is not the place to discuss that in detail. Rather it is just a hint of what we want to convey to you and other readers to whom the shaytaan may insinuate that it is not good to implement some of the established principles of Islam.

It is part of Allaah’s complete blessing upon us and the perfection of this great religion, that Islam organizes all aspects of our lives. There is nothing good but it has shown it to us, and there is nothing bad but it has warned us against it. As well as beliefs, acts of worship, interactions with others and morals and manners, that also includes our private affairs in which Islam shows us the way that is befitting to man’s noble status and the way in which Allaah has honoured him. That includes the way the Muslim eats and drinks, and so on.

Thus the Muslim should be proud of his religion and its rulings, and he should be keen to call others and convey to them the religion of Allaah, may He be glorified and exalted. Allaah has honoured the Muslim and he should feel proud of that and take that as his attitude, because if he is proud then Islam and all the Muslims are honoured.

[Islam QA]

We ask Allaah to humiliate those who harm the believers and honour those who honour His commandments. Aameen.


  1. bintfulaan February 6, 2011 at 1:09 am Reply Tweet


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  2. Alhamdulillaah June 19, 2011 at 12:43 am Reply Tweet

    When was the last time you said Alhamdulillaah that you are a muslim, wAllaahi that is a great blessing…


    Let it be known that we are a nation of 'izzah, simply by the virtue of our tawheed and our emaan, wAllaahu Akbar kabira

    During his Caliphate, ‘Umar radi Allahu anhu set out for Ash-Shaam with Abu ‘Ubaydah. Along the way, they encountered a deep creek which could only be crossed directly, so ‘Umar took off his sandals and waded through the water. Concerned, Abu ‘Ubaydah said, “I fear that the people of the village will think you without honor.”

    ‘Umar replied, “Oh Abu Ubaydah! If only someone less knowledgeable than you had made such a statement. We were the most disgraced of people, and Allah granted us honor with Islam. Now, whenever we seek honor in other than that which Allah honored us with, Allah shall disgrace us (once again).

    Ibn Katheer said, “Whoever wants a place of honor in this life and the next, let him hold firmly to the obedience of Allah and his goal will be realized.

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