Mission

The Quran is believed by Muslims to be 100% words of God, revealed to the prophet of Islam.

There is a verse in the Quran that most Muslims either haven’t seen, haven’t heard of or haven’t paid any attention to.

The verse is as follows:

Chapter 57, verse 25:
Without a doubt, We sent our Messengers with clear signs, and We sent down with them the Book and the Measure, so that the people uphold justice ….

Now, let us see what exactly this verse says.

Does it say that God sent the messenger of Islam to uphold justice? Or Does it say all of the messengers?

Does it say God sent all of the messengers to uphold justice? Or does it say that God sent the messengers so that people uphold justice?

Does it say that Muslims should uphold justice? Or does it say all people?

What does “uphold justice” mean anyway?

Does it mean that each person should be a just person in their own lives? Or does it mean that all people should work together to create a world in which there is justice?

What does a world in which there is justice mean?

Does it mean a world in which there is no injustice?

What about poverty? Isn’t that an injustice? Should poverty exist in a world in which there is no injustice?

What about discrimination? Isn’t that an injustice? Should discrimination exist in a world in which there is no injustice?

What about corruption? Isn’t that an injustice? Should corruption exist in a world in which there is no injustice?

What about ignorance? Isn’t that an injustice? Should ignorance exist in a world in which there is no injustice?

What about degradation of human dignity? Isn’t that an injustice? Should discrimination exist in a world in which there is no injustice?

What about other injustices, such as ….

What did chapter 57, verse 25 say?

Did it say that God sent all of His messengers so that people uphold injustice? Or did it say uphold justice?

Now, the main question is: Who are these people who are supposed to uphold justice? Are they Muslims or Non-Muslims?

Does God specify which people? If not, then who is supposed to uphold the justice?

The answer is: All people who believe in God and consider themselves followers of one of God’s messengers.

Another question: Can any one group uphold justice in the world without the cooperation of others?

The answer is of course not.
All people need to work together to create a world in which there is no injustice.

What does this mean?

It means that the Jews, the Christians, the Muslims and the followers of other religions need to put their differences aside, and work together to eliminate injustice in the world.

That is what this Website is all about. Unity For Peace And Justice.

Let us come together and not talk about our differences, but talk about what we can do together to eliminate:
poverty, discrimination, corruption, ignorance, degradation of human dignity and any other injustice

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