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Humane behaviour should be adopted

New Delhi: Hurting a human being is a sin in Islam. If you can’t please a man, you should not trouble him as well. In this age full of strife and troubles, it is necessary to revive those humane values, practised and preached by the Prophet of Islam and his companions. This was the message of Maulana Zulfiqar Naqhbandi, a Pakistani Naqhbandi Pir and spiritual leader, who was recently on a visit to India.

Addressing a gathering on 12 April at Jama Masjid of Zakir Nagar and citing a Hadith he said that when a man does some thing pleasing to another man, an angel is deputed by Almighty Allah to pray for him. And against this, when someone harms or hurts another man’s feelings Allah makes his good deeds null and void. Therefore everyone should be very careful and not hurt anybody physically or emotionally. Sincere and selfless service of human beings, charity and love of humanity are the key to success here and in the hereafter, he said.

Pir Zulfiqar Naqshbandi also visited Darul Uloom Deoband and addressed a huge gathering at Masjid Rashid, where he said that sincerity and devotion are a must for any deed to be accepted, and love of Prophet is linked with the love of his companions and without love for the Prophet, one’s belief and Iman is incomplete. The Maulana also visited Maulana Saalim Qasmi, rector of Darul Uloom Wakf. Warmly welcomed there he called on the gathering to understand the Qur’an.

It may be noted that very recently Imame Kaaba visited India on an invitation of JUH(A) chief Maulana Arshad Madni. And Pir Zulfiqar Naqhbandi was invited by Maulana Mahmood Madni, Secretary General of JUH’s M group. So the question arises; is that power politics between uncle and nephew or some thing else?

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 May 2011 on page no. 19

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