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Islam helps to maintain right balance: Prince Charles
London, June 10: Islam was able to offer much to help the world maintain a balance and reconnect with nature as the Earth struggles with increased industrialisation and population growth, the Prince of Wales has said. pls.comments

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Asked by yusuf syed, 10 Jun '10 03:08 pm
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Since man is not the owner of this world. But the heavens and all that is on earth belong to God. (The Qur'an 20:6). God created all the things including man to obey and glorify him (The Qur'an 17:44; 22:18; 16:49-50). These verses show the perfect resonance and harmony with natural laws willed by the Sustainer. Further we see that God has created things with a definite purpose, which every single element has to fulfil. Hence it is essential that they must be maintained and preserved, it has an ecological function. God has created the world and the universes perfectly, its life supporting systems are in proportion, measure and balance. Verily all things have We created in proportion and measure. (The Qur'an 54:49; 67:3-4; 55:7). This proportion and balance of the natural world mentioned in the Qur'an reveals the interdependence and connections between all things. It also expresses the qualitative and quantitative relationship of the part to the whole. Thus all natural elements hav ...more
Answered by iqbal ahmed, 10 Jun '10 09:57 pm

 
  
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Take the slightest example of Ramazan: Allah has favored Muslims and held them dignified and in high esteem. He sent them a messenger who brought to them principles of , Cleansing of Mind, Principles of purifying soul and principles for Refining one's character .This finally culminates to Maintain right balance;
Broadly speaking, human rights centre on equality and freedom. Caliph Umar reprimanded the governor of Egypt whose son had struck a Copt in these words that admirably illustrate this concept : "On what account have you enslaved men who were born free by their mothers?". Again his instructions to establish equality among people demonstrate the best egalitarian features: the highly-placed man cannot take advantage of his position, and the weak person is not made to despair of his condition.

Human beings are all Slaves of God. In Islam, no superiority, no distinction and no pre-eminence can be lawfully claimed by one over the other except by virtue of piety. All people are eq ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 10 Jun '10 05:07 pm

 
  
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True.... Jinhone bhi Islam ko nazdeek se dekha hai wo isi ke ho gaye hain lekin bahut se logon ko to islam mein terrorist aur fatwa dene wale hi nazar aate hain. Main sabse kehna chahunga ki Ek baar islaam ko study to karo uske baad apne views rakho..... Pata hota nahi aur bhokna shuru kar dete hain...
Answered by Ahsaan Ansari, 10 Jun '10 03:33 pm

 
  
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That shwos muslims strength is increasing in U.K. and just like our p[olitician charles also forced to make this type of speech
Answered by SREENIVAS, 15 Oct '13 12:15 pm

 
  
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No religion is bad but you can find so many fighing in the name of the religion between the followers and with other religious people at many places. Why ? This require rethinking.
Answered by prabirb, 13 Oct '10 07:50 am

 
  
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Not clear somehow
though it seems good
Answered by anil garg, 07 Aug '10 10:21 pm

 
  
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Ye to dikh hi raha hai.
Answered by pramod rajapurkar, 10 Jun '10 03:48 pm

 
  
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