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Regrettable and Painful 150 years

 of Muslim History's Darkest Age
 
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Hussain Khan, M. A. Tokyo

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Why our Prohet (PBUH)
 does not confine himself to Dawah only?
Almost all 56 Muslim countries are not enforcing Shariah
( I am re-publishing this article as requested by some Reader)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
OUR DARK AGE STARTS SINCE THE DOWNFALL OF MUGHAL EMPIRE IN INDIA AND OF OTTOMAN EMPIRE IN TURKEY
 
ATATURK STARTS IMPOSING SECULARISM ON TURKISH MUSLIMS SINCE 1923
EXAMPLES OF SECULARISTS' ATROCITIES IN EGYPT
AND ABROGATION OF HUDOOD LAWS IN PAKISTAN
 BY ITS SECULAR MILITARY DICTATOR, MUSSHARRAF
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Prophethood of Muhammad (PBUH) is the answer
 to the enquiry of angles regarding
 Adam's propensity to Wars, Slaughter, Bloodshed, Destruction and Disintegration of Human Society
 
~An Eye-opener for All 57 Secular Muslim Governments
 
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An article in New York Times provides following information about wars  in the recorded human history of past 3,400 years. Below is also a List of Wars in a chart form.  NYT articles says, "Of the past 3,400 years, humans have been entirely at peace for 268 of them, or just 8 percent of recorded history. And a verse in the holy Quran says, ." They (Angels) humbly enquired, "Are you going to appoint such a one as will cause disorder and shed blood on the Earth?39 (Surah Baqarah~30).~
 
Following article given below in Urdu discusses this problem and establishes the fact that Prophethood of Muhammad (PBUH) is the answer to the above enquiry of angles to the Supreme Lord in the above verse of the holy Quran.
 
 
By CHRIS HEDGES
Published: July 6, 2003
What is a war?
War is defined as an active conflict that has claimed more than 1,000 lives.
Has the world ever been at peace?
Of the past 3,400 years, humans have been entirely at peace for 268 of them, or just 8 percent of recorded history.
 
 
How many people have died in war?
At least 108 million people were killed in wars in the twentieth century. Estimates for the total number killed in wars throughout all of human history range from 150 million to 1 billion. War has several other effects on population, including decreasing the birthrate by taking men away from their wives. The reduced birthrate during World War II is estimated to have caused a population deficit of more than 20 million people.
How many people around the world serve in the military?
The combined armed forces of the world have 21.3 million people. China has the world's largest, with 2.4 million. America is second with 1.4 million. India has 1.3 million, North Korea 1 million, and Russia 900,000. Of the world's 20 largest militaries, 14 are in developing nations?
http://www.ourquran.net/MYARTICLES/AlmiyaP3A/
How many wars are taking place right now?
At the beginning of 2003 there were 30 wars going on around the world. These included conflicts in Afghanistan, Algeria, Burundi, China, Colombia, the Congo, India, Indonesia, Israel, Iraq, Liberia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, the Philippines, Russia, Somalia, Sudan, and Uganda...................................."
 
 
 
 
 
[30-33] Just36 recall the time when your Lord said to the angels,37 "I am going to appoint a vicegerent38 on the Earth." They humbly enquired, "Are you going to appoint such a one as will cause disorder and shed blood on the Earth?39 We are already engaged in hymning Your praise, and hallowing Your name".40 Allah replied, "I know what you do not know."41
 
Read the following explanations of Maulana Maududi of the above verse and other continued verses regarding the role of Adam and the Prophets.
 
well as "to work earnestly and do one's utmost." Similarly taqdis also means both to sanctify and to purify. 
41This was the reply to the second doubt of the angels: "You can not understand the need and wisdom of the appointment of a vicegerent as I do. Your services do not suffice for the purpose that I have in view. I want something more than the services you have mentioned. That is why I am going to create a being on the Earth and endow him with some powers." 
42Nomenclature is the means by which human mind grasps the knowledge of things. Hence, the whole information of man, in fact, consists of assigning names. for things. Thus, teaching Adam the names of all things was meant to impart their knowledge to him.  
43It appears that the knowledge of each angel and of each species of angels is confined only to his or its own special sphere. For example, the angels who deal with the air, know everything about the air but nothing about water. The same is true about the angels who are responsible for other spheres. In contrast to them, man has been granted comprehensive knowledge. He may not know as much about these things as the angels in charge of a special sphere do but the comprehensiveness of knowledge that man has been granted has not been granted to the angels. 
44This demonstration was the answer to the first doubt of the angels. Thus, Allah, so to say, informed them: "I am not giving Adam only authority but also knowledge. The chaos that you apprehended from his appointment is only one aspect of the matter. It has its good aspect also, which is more weighty and valuable than the evil aspect, and a wise man does not give up a greater good because of a lesser evil."
45This was symbolic of the submission and subjugation to Man of all the angels appointed to manage the Earth and that part of the Universe which is connected with it in any way. As Man was being appointed vicegerent in this part by Allah's command, it was ordained that all the angels, who worked in it must, as tar and as long as Allah willed, cooperate with him in their respective spheres whether he wanted to use the powers given to him rightly or wrongly. This implied: "You must help him in whatever he wants to do, irrespective of whether it is right or wrong. If he wants to commit theft or offer the Prayer, or intends to do another good or evil, you must cooperate with him in both cases as long as We allow him to act according to his will and choice." This may be illustrated by the example of a government officer. He is obeyed within his jurisdiction by every official but no sooner is he deposed by the government than those very officials, who carried out his orders promptly cease to obey him. They even handcuff him and take him to prison, if the government so orders. The command given to the angels to bow down before Adam was in the same nature. Possibly the word sajdah (bowing down) here is symbolic of only submission, but this also is possible that the angels were ordered to perform some such act actually to signify their subordination, and this seems to be more correct. 
 
 
 
 
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