All responsibilities, portfolios and offices are also included among the Trusts. And absolute justice cannot be ensured without equal and neutral treatment towards all. Islam indeed is universal!
Justice ensured even to the enemies—
The Holy Quran declares the piety of all the Prophets(as). Unfortunately, Allama Maududi has missed the point. He keeps on finding faults with the Holy Prophets of Allah(as). While commenting on the verse number 26 of Sura Saad, he goes up to the extent of accusing Hazrat Daud(as) of extra-marital affair with a married lady. Despite his smart style of taking a different approach than that of the Bible, he fails bitterly to proof Hazrat Daud(as)-‘s innocence. Ultimately, he, out of his sheer ignorance ‘accuses’ Hazrat Daud(as) of being in irresistable love of the married woman. This is dire insult to a Prophet!!
Islam categorically rejects any plea to utter lies. Sura Hajj Verse number 30 is very specific on the subject and leaves no ambiguity in the matter. In the narrations of the Holy Prophet(sa), uttering lies has been shunned in the strongest terms and counted among the TOP THREE SINS (called `Kabaaer’). But the great ‘Maulana’ has repeatedly issued license in favour of uttering lies. One can simply ask Maududi-followers, if this is called truthfulness and piety, then what would be the definition of a liar? If Quran permits to lie under threats and dangers, then why did the Holy Prophet(sa) suffer severe atrocities at the hands of his foes for such a long time? And why did the Holy Companions(ra) suffer persecution for that matter? Here’s Maududi’s commentary on the Holy Quran’s Verse 28 of Chapter 03:
*25). “This means that it is lawful for a believer, helpless in the grip of the enemies of Islam and in imminent danger of severe wrong and persecution, to keep his faith concealed and to behave in such a manner as to create the impression that he is on the same side as his enemies. A person whose Muslim identity is discovered is permitted to adopt a friendly attitude towards the unbelievers in order to save his life. If he considers himself incapable of enduring the excesses to which he may be subjected, he may even state that he is not a believer.”- Maududi
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