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Social Relations in Islam

There is no doubt in the fact that man is a social being and he must lead his life collectively in a society, since human needs require the co-operations of fellow human beings in order to meet those needs. Each individual should perform a task, and each group solve a problem so that life becomes […]

  • Syeid Mohammad Sohofi
  • Shah Tariq Kamal
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Social Relations in Islam
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    There is no doubt in the fact that man is a social being and he must lead his life collectively in a society, since human needs require the co-operations of fellow human beings in order to meet those needs. Each individual should perform a task, and each group solve a problem so that life becomes pleasant and happy for all. Islam, as a heavenly faith, gives much importance to social relations, and it has issued perfect and comprehensive injunctions to strengthen the bonds of the brotherhood and solidarity of individuals with each another. To state this matter properly, we should say all that has desirable effects in the amelioration of social relations and in strengthening the bonds, has been commanded by Islam which has also cautioned the people against anything which may deal even a slight blow upon these relations and cause their severance or weakening.

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    • Syeid Mohammad Sohofi
    • Shah Tariq Kamal
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