Modernity deprives us of the most basic right of all: the right to be traditional. By paulwilliamsbloggingtheologycom on October 16, 2017 • ( 12 ) Share this:ShareFacebookEmailWhatsAppTumblrTwitterLike this:Like Loading...‹ “Sunnis were Never Literalists: Interpretation within the Hadith Collections”I’ve noticed that everybody that is for abortion has already been born (Ronald Reagan) ›Categories: Abdal-Hakim Murad, Life in the West, Traditional role models
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This is the basic right that Allah give us when He Created us. He makes a couple and colors this world to live and enjoy His blessings. But modernity takes us away from accepting this fact.
*Shrug* what’s stopping you from living your life in a traditional way?
Quran has told us already that Satan works by (steps)
“O you who have believed, do not follow the footsteps of Satan. And whoever follows the footsteps of Satan – indeed, he enjoins immorality and wrongdoing. And if not for the favor of Allah upon you and His mercy, not one of you would have been pure, ever, but Allah purifies whom He wills, and Allah is Hearing and Knowing.” QT.
You may read this news & imagine what it could happen in the future for those “civilized” societies.
What if people don’t believe in Allah and want to live their lives without religious interference? Besides, how does that prevent you from following your faith?
“What if people don’t believe in Allah and want to live their lives without religious interference? “
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Bukhari 1, Number 0033
You were asking about what it might stop us from living our life according to our religion.
I have answered you.
Your Q is another subject.
Joel, no time for kids, so please find another one to share your ignorance with.
You responded but didn’t actually answer. How precisely are you prevented from practicing your religion?
How is quoting the words of your prophet ignorant?
“You responded but didn’t actually answer”
You know what they say in this situation, right?
“You can lead a Meerkat to water, but you can’t make it drink”
“How is quoting the words of your prophet ignorant?”
This is called parrot fashion!
That’s merely further avoidance of the question. In what way are you not free to practice your faith?
You may like this talk recently posted here which mentions some of the rights that are denied to Muslims https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unhp9fdAbd0
Do you have an email? I want to talk with you
Well I’ve started to watch the video but I’m about to start work so will have to return to it later – the part I have watched doesn’t explain how a Muslim’s right to pray or practice their faith is curtailed in this country, so I assume that, later on in the video, such an explanation is forthcoming?