No Racism In Islam

Racism means that you show any kind of discrimination or prejudice based on someone’s cast, skin color, sociology economic status, ethnicity, religion or any other thing which differ from other person. That examples of racism are seen everywhere in our day to day lives. Wherever you go, you see that people who have power and authority always show racism to the inferior class and treat them as per their desires. That racism is not only in terms of sociology economic status, but also some people think that they are superior from others due to a certain cast they hold. Especially in India, where the cast system is being followed to an extreme level.

When we talk about Islam, Allah has shown high displeasure towards those who engage themselves in the acts of racism. Islam has always given the lesson of equality to the people despite their economic status, ethnicity, skin color or any other thing. Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) has shown numerous examples of equality in his whole life, which gives a lesson to us all. If you look at the example of Namaz, you can see that in mosques all Muslims are treated equally. Whoever reaches the mosque first, stands in the first row whether he is rich or poor and prays behind one imam. Same case can be seen in the holy obligation of Hajj and Umrah when Muslims from all around the world gather in front of the Holy Kaaba by availing packages like umrah package 2017 Birmingham despite from which country they belong or what skin color they hold.

In the last sermon given by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), he addressed the Muslims by talking about the important issue of racism. Prophet cleared to the Muslims that a white person is neither superior nor inferior to a black person. Also, an Arab person is neither superior to a Non-Arab person nor inferior. Superiority is based on Taqwa which means that a person refrain from bad deeds as much as it is possible and try to follow the commands of Allah in all phases of his life.

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