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Jamiil wrote at 2014-03-30 15:57:04
Messengers from The Most High have come again and again, each of them bringing the same massage and reminding you about what was from the beginning, clear laws describing our rights and obligations.

-   The First law given to Adam, according to the Torah, in the Book of Genesis 1:28, was: "And God blessed them, and God *said unto them* (commanded them), Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, ...".

-   The golden rule in The Gospel of The Christ is "Love Your Lord with all your mind and all your heart and your brother as yourself".

-   The first law given in Islam was to read/speak the word of God. As it is today through the Qur'an it was then through a book given to Mohamed (S.A.S) to read from.

Our demands for marriage are so outrageous that they prevent us and others from fulfilling the first commandment given by God to Humanity: "Grow and multiply". Having to spend our lives devoid of a spouse is like a summer without warmth, that is the sentence giving by those outrageous demands, but the one imposing those demands are not aware of the suffering they inflict on others, and if they are aware they just don’t care. Thus, the second law giving by The Christ is not fulfill, “Love your brother as you love yourself”. At this point you might want to say, what a shame, but hold that thought. What is really shameful is that as Muslims we must speak the word of God and it is so that every word we Muslims say that hurts another Muslim/a or prevent him/her from fulfilling the laws of God is a blasphemy.

But, how come we did not know the damage we were inflicting on other Muslimun/Muslimat by voluntarily or involuntarily preventing them from fulfilling The Will of God? The answer is simple, we did not read/speak the word of God, since we have never given time for The Word of God to live in us.

My advice to you is that when you ask or are asked for marriage you look for a reply that will reflect the word spoken by Mohamed, S.A.S., inside the cave on that month of Ramadan and specially remembering that it is God Himself Who says in verse 3: “Recite (Read/Speak His words without fears), and your Lord is the most Generous “.  


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BRIEF BIO Shaikh Shafayat was born, in Trinidad, West Indies, where he attended College etc.. Due to his multi-faith and cultural upbringing, he was awarded a scholarship to become a Christian Minister. In 1975 he went to India to study Islam and became the first student from the Caribbean and North America to have enrolled in Darul Uloom Deoband, which is the largest and oldest Islamic Institute in India. In addition to graduating as a Qaari and Islamic Scholar, he also did a course in Journalism and established the Al Hikmat Muslim Magazine, plus he produced many television and radio programs in Trinidad and Florida USA. In 1983 he founded the National Muslim Sports League of Trinidad and Tobago, which established the Islamic Home for Children. He is the Founder/Principal of Darul Uloom Institute in Pembroke Pines Florida and the first Muslim to become President of the Interfaith Council of South Florida in the year 2002. He organized and conducted many Christian / Muslim / Jewish Dialogues in Churches, Synagogues and Islamic Centers in the U.S.A.. Shaikh Shafayat was the first Muslim to represent Islam at a Florida State Faith Summit, held at the Capitol Building with Gov. Jeb Bush in the year 2000. He is a recipient of the Silver Medallion Award from NCCJ (a national interfaith organization) and a recipient of the Peacemaker Award from St. Thomas University in Miami. For many years he lectured on Islam and terrorism to Pembroke Pines Police of South Florida and other Law Enforcement Officers. He lectures throughout the U.S.A. and worldwide on Islam, Interfaith Issues and Cultural Diversity.

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