|📘 Book Title||Rise And Decline Of The Muslim Ummah|
|👤 Book Author||Israr Ahmad|
|🖨️ Total Pages||43|
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Rise and decline of the Muslim ummah – With a comparison to Jewish history and a brief survey of the present efforts towards the resurgence of Islam Dr. Israr Ahmad English Translation Dr. Sanaullah Ansari
RISE AND DECLINE OF THE MUSLIM UMMAH
Histories of the Jews and the Muslims, being typically woven around divine revelation, provide a scholarly ground for a thoughtful and perceptive comparative study of them, Though, in the present-day political climate, Jews and Muslims form two divergent people, yet striking similarities in their temporal histories are found and pointed out.
In particular, there is strong parallelism regarding the two phases of rising and decline experienced by the two religious’ fraternities during the long course of their histories thus proving a tradition of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) on this subject reproduced elsewhere in this monograph. The view of history in the Muslim mind is and should be, a prophetic one.
In the Qur’an over and over again the historic sequence is repeated – a warning, followed by either repentance or destruction, as God sends His messenger to one nation after another.
The Qur’an provides a basis for the moral interpretation of history ‘The course of history is a moral agency through which the morally superior elements rise to the top, while those who are morally inferior sink to the bottom’.
That virtuous living, which is the outcome of a healthy religious faith, must inevitably lead to success
This interpretation is deeper and broader than that of Karl Max because it covers both the moral and material aspects, while that of Marx concentrates entirely on the material aspect, being greatly influenced by the materialistic evolutionary philosophies of his time. Religion is not an opium for the people.
The impulse towards social emancipation is surely found in Islam. It always aimed at a society where equality, justice, and prosperity would prevail. Islam teaches that God is concerned not only with the moral and spiritual life of man but also with total social emancipation and the betterment of economic conditions.
The Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) left for us not only a theory that is preached but concrete experience and historical facts.
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