Relations with non-Muslims - Teachings of the Prophet of Mercy(Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam)
Author: Mufti Hafidh Syed Ziauddin Naqshbandi Qadri,
Professor, Islamic Law, Jamia Nizamia.
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>> Introduction
>> Islam safeguards human rights
>> The merciful Lord Almighty
>> The extent of Allah’s mercy
>> The Prophet of mercy (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam)
>> Directive to treat others with mercy
>> Muslims are mercy personified
>> Muslims living in non-Muslim countries
>> Helping weak and needy non-Muslims
>> Directives to Muslims about non-Muslims
>> Command to be honest and loyal with non-Muslims
>> Treating non-Muslim parents nicely
>> Visiting sick non-Muslims
>> Social and economic rights of non- Muslims
>> Giving a gift to a non-Muslim
>> Hadhrat ‘Umar (May Allah be well pleased with him) gave gifts to non-Muslims
>> Gifting the Holy Quran to a non-Muslim
>> Using the vessels and utensils of non-Muslims
>> Hosting non-Muslims
>> Relations with non-Muslim neighbors
>> Social relations with non-Muslims
>> Exhortation to have pleasing manners
>> Being gentle with non-Muslims
>> The peace-loving nature of Muslims
>> Monetary help to non-Muslims
>> The honesty of Muslims runs the world – A confession by the Jews
>> Fair treatment of non-Muslim prisoners of war
>> The incident of Saffana bint Hatim
>> Muslims benefit the non-Islamic country in which they live
>> Prohibition of oppressing non-Muslims
>> Sanctity of the lives of non-Muslims
>> Protection of life, wealth and honor
>> The universality of Islam’s message
>> Inviting Muslims to Islam
>> Bibliography
>> Introducing Abul Hasanaat Islamic Research Center

The universality of Islam’s message

 The universality of Islam’s message

Islam doesn’t discriminate between anyone on the basis of religion, nationality or such.  Without any discrimination of any kind, basic human rights are common to all.

Islam grants non-Muslims all those rights which are granted to non-Muslims.  There is no scope for discrimination or favoritism of any kind in this.  In an Islamic country, non-Muslims have the right to practice their religion, economic and social rights.  To protect them and to maintain an atmosphere of peace is the responsibility of Muslims.  The Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) said:

انا احق من اوفى بذمته

Translation: The safeguarding of the rights of the non-Muslims is my responsibility.[1] 

[1] Sunan Kubra Lil Baihaqui, Babu Bayaanidh Dhu’fil Khabr Al Ladhee Ruwiya, Hadith No. 16343

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