SHAFAQNA – Islam has declared brotherhood and friendship between all Muslims of the world. Based on this declaration whoever calls himself/herself a Muslim must observe this brotherhood and friendship as mentioned in Ayah 5 of Surah Al-Ahzab. In other holy verses and narrations this point has been emphasized. The rights of Muslims on each other have been mentioned in “A Divine Perspective on Rights” by Imam Sajjad (AS) and “Kimiyaye Sa’aadat” by Qazali. One of these rights is that, whatever you do not wish for yourself do not wish for any other Muslim.
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