In Surah al-Imran (3:103), Allah, Al-Wajid (The Finder, The All-Perceiving), reminds each of us that we were on the brink of the pit of the fire, then Anqadhakum (He saved you). The ayat (verse) speaks earlier of the fact that the Muslims had been enemies of each other, but Allah, Al-Wahhab (The Bestower, The Ever-Giver of Gifts), granted the Great Bounty of Love and Unity among them and formed a united Ummah (Community). Allah, Al-Jaami’ (The Gatherer, The Uniter) took unaware, ignorant, separated, abusive and conflicted people and delivered them from that horrible precipice to the safe space of Islamic love and brotherhood and sisterhood. One of the main reasons why the Muslim Ummah isn’t always as strong, united and loving like Allah wants it to be so, as mentioned in the following ayat, is because we do not always seriously invite others to the good and what’s best and amr bil mar’uf wa nahy an al-munkar (enjoin the right and forbid the wrong).
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