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Identify the verse on universal brotherhood and absolute value ?
"O MANKIND WE CREATED YOU FROM A SINGLE (PAIR) OF A MALE AND A FEMALE, AND MADE YOU INTO NATIONS AND TRIBES, THAT YE MAY KNOW EACH OTHER. VERILY THE MOST HONORED OF YOU IN THE SIGHT OF GOD IS (HE WHO IS) THE MOST RIGHTEOUS OF YOU AND GOD HAS FULL KNOWLEDGE AND IS WELL ACQUAINTED (WITH ALL THINGS

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Asked by azam khan, 22 Nov '11 12:46 pm
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Surah Al-Hujarat 49:13
Islam recognizes the unity and diversity of humankind and sets foundations and principles for the respect of diversity, and ethnic and cultural multiplicity. These foundations and principles constitute the essence of the Islamic faith and the prerequisite condition for the achievement of true belief.

The Holy Quran is replete with verses that confirm that. Allah the Almighty has honoured human beings. This divine honour has been bestowed indiscriminately on every human being.

Allah also granted in the land inheritance of power, and did not grant it to one nation to the detriment of another.

Allah created all people from a single person, to confirm their equality, and then He made them into nations and peoples with different languages, colours, races and beliefs. Had He willed otherwise, He would just say to it: Be, and it is.

To detail these general rules, I will take three verses from tens of the verses of the Holy Quran: ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 22 Nov '11 12:54 pm

 
  
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Surah al-Hujurat (49:13)
Answered by aflatoon, 22 Nov '11 12:49 pm

 
  
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The principle of the brotherhood of man laid down here", observe an author of an English translation of the Holy Qur'an, "is based on the broadest foundation. The address here is not the believers: but to men in general, who are told that they are all, as it were, members of one family, and their divisions into nations, races, tribes and families should not lead to estrangement from, but to a better knowledge of each other. Superiority of one over another in this vast brotherhood does not depend on race, nationality, wealth or rank but on righteousness, on the careful observance of duty towards God and fellow-man, on moral greatness", to which I maybe permitted to add: and on the strength of one's "IMAN", of faith in the one and only God because it is through faith and through submission unto the will of God only through which we can attain to moral greatness.
Answered by hazir jawab, 22 Nov '11 12:46 pm

 
  
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