Asalamu Alaikum to everyone.
This writer wants you to know that she wishes you well wherever you are during this month of Ramadan.
My responsibility as a Muslim resumes once again to share more thoughts from the internet that can supplement your readings. Most of these thoughts are not mine, but they need to be properly reviewed before I re-post them for all the great people reading and following my blog.
As a Muslim writer, to be exact, a writer for peace, I have imposed it upon myself not to share articles that focus on war or to provoke such because even if some will not agree with me, Islam is a religion that teaches peace as revealed in the Holy Quran and can be based also on the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad.
It is a must that we do not highlight verses that will sound the call for discrimination nor against interfaith co-existence.
One Hadith of Prophet (saws) also underscores this point: “Souls are like recruited troops. Those who get to know one another will develop mutual understanding, and those who are strangers to each other are more likely to dispute.”(Bukhari)
The Holy Quran is the only source of moral foundation for all Muslims but it does not contain codified information on which acts are permissible or not. It is the Sunnah or the works and life of Prophet Muhammad, after the Holy Quran was revealed to him for his being the chosen one, that details those acts as basis for all Muslims around the world.
This is one of the reasons why misunderstanding on one hadith prevails because usually personal interpretations become corrupted.
My responsibility as a writer is to present Islam in its objective stand and not slant it to provoke misunderstanding or instill fear in the hearts of Mumin and non-Mumin alike.
It is my sincerest mission to unite the Muslim Ummah for peace and heighten respect for one another and instill interfaith tolerance towards international peace.