Al-Khulafa Ur Rashidun Part 1 >> Conclusion

Abu bar As-Sadiq, Umar Al-Faruq, Uthman Al-Ghani and Ali Al-Murtada were the consecutive successors of the Prophet. These four Khulafa’ur Rashidun or the rightly guided Khulafa.
Together, these four Khulafa ruled the Islamic State for about thirty years. They are called rightly guided because they ruled the people of their time exactly in accordance with the teachings of the Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet.
Despite the unpleasant happenings, this period of Islamic rule is the golden period of justice unrivalled in human history. Islamic principles were put into practice in full during this time.
A detailed and serious study of lives of al-Khulafa’ur Rashidun would open before us a treasure of knowledge and experience about the Islamic system of life which is the only solution to the present and future problems of mankind. We need to follow the Islamic teachings most faithfully in order to get the promised good out of it. Mere lip service to the greatness and beauty of Islam will deliver nothing. It is the practice of the system which counts.
Let us resolve to understand, practice and preach Islam. Only then shall we ourselves find peace and happiness and the whole of humanity be freed from unhappiness and oppression.


Added: Dec-30-2015
Editor: user2
Views: 408
Category: Al-Khulafa Ur Rashidun Part 1
Title: Conclusion
Author: article_author1
Salaam, Do You Want To Know More About Islam? If you said yes, please read our Article and do not forget to subscribe! Jazakhallah Khair!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Share with your friends



Add Your Comment

Join the site, its free!

Forgot Login | Sign Up
Or sign in using a social network:

Masjid Rotator

The Kaaba

Place: Al Haram, Mecca 24231, Saudi Arabia

Year Built: 21

Details:The Kaaba or Ka'aba is a cuboid building at the center of Islam's most sacred mosque, Al-Masjid al-Haram, in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It is the most sacred site in Islam.

Dua Rotator

Dua to Say While Prostrating

Translation:

‘Perfect and Holy (He is), Lord of the angels and the Ruuh (i.e. Jibraa’eel).’