A Lesson from the Letters of the Prophet (s.a.a.w.)
World Today -
Saturday, 02 June 2007 09:30
As-Salamu alaikum to all Muslims
Greetings of peace to all.
When we look at the letters of the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.a.w.) sent
to various rulers, we find that he mentions verse 3:64 in many of
them. The Prophet also gives a stern warning to the rulers that if
they refuse his message of accepting Islam, they will bear the
burden of all the sins of their people.
You can read the contents of these letters at www.muhammad.net
Verses 44, 45, and 47 of Chapter 5 of the Holy Quran tell us that if
any one fails to judge by what Allah has revealed (The Quran and
Sunnah), they are Unbelievers, Wrong-Doers and Rebels (Kafir, Zalim
We also know that those who confess Islam, but deliberately act
against it can be labelled as Munafiqoon (hypocrates) and Munafiqoon
will be in the lowest ranks in the Hellfire.
Can the current rulers realise their burden? Can they see that the
sins of millions of citizens of their countries will be on them?
Does not it become even heavier on rulers of Muslims? Rulers who
have setup or running systems of governments in violation of the
May Allah T'ala forgive everyone and guide us all to the right path.