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Video: Revolution in Egypt in perspective by Mufti Abdur Rahman ibn Yusuf

Watch this video, listen to it, share it with others so that we emotional Muslims can put this revolution in a perspective!
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Muslim Politicians should be like this!

Sultan Hisham bin Abdur Rahman (d. 180 A.H./796 C.E. ) of Al-Andalus (The Muslim Spain) appointed his son, Hakam bin Hisham as his crown prince and took the oath of allegiance for Hakam from the courtiers.

On this occasion, Sultan Hisham said to his son Hakam:

“You must not make any difference between the poor and the rich. Treat your subordinates with kindness but punish any atrocious governor heavily. Keep full control over your forces and see that these forces are used for serving the country not destroying it; fulfill the promises; make every effort to keep your subjects happy for angry peope pose a threat to the Continue reading

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The Will Of The People

Thomas Jefferson, the author of the Declaration of Independence of United States and one of the founding fathers of America.

What if the will of the people in some country wants Sharia??? Will this not work then??? Just something to think about.

How much is this any different from the followings:

“Rulers usually appoint people to watch over their subjects. I appoint you a watcher over me and my behavior. If you find me at fault in word or action guide me and stop me from doing it.”

-Caliph Umar Ibn Abd al-Aziz [5th rightly guided Caliph of Muslims]

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