Why Islam wants Muslims to be united? (Part Three, Last Part)

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SHAFAQNA – In a famous narration, the Prophet of Islam (PBUH) described believers as one body and when one part of this body is in pain, other parts will feel the pain and offer assistance [1]. Ayah 29 of Surah Al-Fath said: Mohammad the messenger of Allah (SWT) and those who are with him, are kind to each other and are strict towards unbelievers. The enemies of Islam want to see Muslims separated from each other and try their best to sow seeds of discord amongst them. At the same time they use this situation to establish close relations with Islamic countries for their own benefits and profits. Imam Ali (AS) said: Wonder, wonder! Swear to God and surprise of the congregation of the enemies around the falsehood and your dispersion and diversity from the truth amongst you [2].

[1] Jaama’ul Saqeer, Vol.2, Page 155.

[2] Nahjul Balagha, Sermon Number 27.

Explanation by: Martyr Ayatollah Mortaza Motahhari

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