انسانی معاشرہ کے باہمی تعلقات پر مبنی مذہبی ہم آہنگی کے نبوی اصول

Prophetic Principles of Religious Harmony in Human Society

  • Dr. Munazzah Hayat Bahauldin Zikriya University, Multan
Keywords: Islam, Human Society, Social Relations, Harmony.

Abstract

All the teachings revealed in the preceding Holy books before Holy Prophet assumed prophethood were elaborated by the Prophet’s lifestyle. Prophet’s (SAW) Sunnah is a living interpretation for all the good deeds inscribed in the Holy books.Ethics is the core belief that was common among all the religions. Therefore, it is not surprising that all the prophets, including the first Prophet Hazrat Adam till the seal of prophets, Prophet Muhammad, preached truth ,justice, and equality.In the present day, arrogance, income inequality, social categorizations, violence and intolerance are the main reasons for the downfall of a society.Prophet Muhammad advised against haughtiness and arrogance from his time. He preached equality and also forbade arrogance while also stating that divisions among the humans should be minimizes in order to maintain peace.  In the present day, religious violence and intolerance is the reason for corruption and dissension. During his lifetime when the Muslim community was formed, Prophet demonstrated that for a peaceful society, it was extremely essential to be receptive, tolerant and generous towards Non-Muslims while also giving the non-Muslims the freedom to practice their own religions freely.The following article analyses the basic factors that play an important role in the formation of a peaceful and harmonious society in the light of Seert un Nabi.

Author Biography

Dr. Munazzah Hayat, Bahauldin Zikriya University, Multan

Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Studies

Published
2019-12-10
How to Cite
Hayat, D. M. (2019). انسانی معاشرہ کے باہمی تعلقات پر مبنی مذہبی ہم آہنگی کے نبوی اصول: Prophetic Principles of Religious Harmony in Human Society. Rahat-Ul-Quloob, 3(2(2), 136-150. https://doi.org/10.51411/rahat.3.2(2).2019.210
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