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In Islam, all Muslims are caretakers of the earth; the protectors and defenders of truth, nature and the laws of Allah that protect the weak, the innocent and the ignorant. This responsibility is not only felt by the Islamic leaders but by each individual - as every person knows that the day will inevitably arrive when all shall stand before their Maker and be judged for the deeds they performed in the life of this world. Prayer, fasting, paying alms to the poor and oppressed, are all means of constantly reminding the Muslim of the trivial and transient nature of life on this earth and that the only things that remain are the deeds which our hands have sent forth.

Allah says in the Qur'an,
"And by the sun and its brightness;
And by the moon as it follows it (the sun);
And by the day as it shows up (the sun's) brightness;
And by the night as it conceals it (the sun);
And by the heaven and Him Who built it'
And by the earth and Him Who spread it,
And by the Nafs (Adam or a person or a soul etc), and Him Who perfected him in proportion;
Then He showed him what is wrong for him and what is right for him;
Indeed he succeeds who purifies his ownself (obeys and performs all that Allah ordered, by following the true Faith and performing righteous deeds).
And indeed he fails who corrupts his ownself (disobeys what Allah has ordered by rejecting the true faith or by doing evil deeds)…
(Sura Ash Shams 91:1-10)

It is my prayer that Allah will guide humanity to the straight path; the path that leads to true freedom, human dignity, self respect and advancement in every field of life.

May Allah have Mercy on mankind who has certainly wound himself into a self made spider's web of deceit, oppression, greed, lust and pride.

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