What Qur’an Says About The Unity In Muslim Ummah?

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Why are Iran and Saudi Arabia enemies? Is it Shia-Sunni conflict or regional superiority issue between the two states? Are they really Islamic ideological countries? Is the US the reason for the problem? The history maintains that the Saudi-Iran shared good diplomatic ties before 1979. Then, what happened after the particular year 1979? All above questions are answered by the many political and journalist experts on various media channels. But, the question is, what Saudi wants after becoming the close ally of the US and an extreme enemy of Iran? Is it the Islamic way of politics that promotes enemity between two Islamic countries? Doesn’t Islam emphasizes in the Holy Qur’an upon the unity of Muslim Ummah in the world? Let’s see an example, Every country has a constitution which directs both government and public institutions to follow up, strictly. Is not Qur’an the written constitution for the whole Muslim Community living on this earth? Is not Qur’an describing the words of Allah who says Let not believers take disbelievers as allies, rather than believers. And whoever [of you] does that has nothing with Allah, except when taking precaution against them in prudence. And Allah warns you of Himself, and to Allah is the [final] destination. Doesn’t Allah say in Qur’anic Surah that “O YOU who have attained faith! Do not take the Jews and the Christians for your allies: they are but allies of one another and whoever of you allies himself with them becomes, verily, one of them; behold, God does not guide people who are unjust”. The beloved messenger of Islam Prophet Muhammad PBUH on various occasions urged people to be United and not to be scattered. He (The Prophet) Repeatedly said, “All humans are equal like the teeth of a comb, stay connected with the large majority of the Muslim community”. What is the problem with the KSA then? Is it mandatory to draw a political scene where muslims are fighting with muslims on Sectarian grounds? Is Iran a sectarian supporting country? No. From the timeline of Iranian Revolution it is clear to the world that Iran had never been a supporter of sectarianism rather it protects its boundaries from so-called Jews and Muslims. The remarks of Saudi against Iran are that Iran is the intense supporter of revolution and wants supremacy over the Muslim Ummah. Is it the sole issue of getting supremacy over the region? All the arguments and the questions end when Allah and The Prophet say: Love Reconciliation. Saudi Arabia should reconcile with Iran on the ground of Religion and Brotherhood . The Muslim Ummah must be United in a way that no non-muslim country can impose sanctions on a Muslim country on the basis of power in economy.

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