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Knowledge, Humanity, Religion, Culture, Tolerance, Salaam (Peace)
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THE GOD: The problem is not how to make man come to belief by giving lengthy and intricate "theological" proofs of God's existence, but how to shake him into belief by drawing his attention to certain obvious facts and turning these facts into "reminders" of God. Hence the Qur'ān time and again calls itself (and also the Prophet) "a reminder" or "The Reminder".
The main points in this ceaseless, tremendous thrust for "reminding" man are (1) that everything except God is contingent upon God, including the entirety of nature (which has a "metaphysical" and a "moral" aspect); (2) that God, with all His might and glory, is essentially the all-merciful God; and (3) that both these aspects necessarily entail a proper relationship between God and Man--a relationship of the served and the servant--and consequently also a proper relationship between man and man. By a natural necessity, as it were, these normative relationships entail the law of judgment upon man both as individual and in his collective or social existence. Once we have grasped these three points, we will have understood the absolute centrality of God in the entire, system of existence, to a very large extent because the aim of the Qur'ān is man and his behavior, not God.
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He is the God, other than Whom, there is none; He is the knower of the unseen and the seen, the Merciful, the Compassionate. He is the God other than Whom there is none, the Sovereign, the Holy, the One with peace and integrity, the Keeper of the Faith, the Protector, the Mighty, the One Whose Will is Power, the Most Supreme! Glory be to Him beyond what they [the pagans] associate with Him. He is the God, the Creator, the Maker, the Fashioner, to Whom belong beautiful names; whatever is in the heavens and the earth sings His glories, He is the Mighty One, the Wise One (Quran: 59.al-Ħashr:22-24).

Extracts from; "Themes of Quran": by Fazal ur Rahman :
http://freebookpark.blogspot.com/2014/10/books-by-fazlur-rehman.html
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British Colonialism Aftermath:
Muslims can never afford to forget the condition in which they found their country India after two centuries of colonialism. We have seen how what had once been one of the richest and most industrialized economies of the world, which together with China accounted for almost 75  per  cent of world industrial output in 1750, was transformed by the process of imperial rule into one of the poorest, most backward, illiterate and diseased societies on earth by the time of our independence in 1947. In 1600, when the East India Company was established, Britain was producing just 1.8  per  cent of the world’s GDP, while India was generating some 23  per  cent. By 1940, after nearly two centuries of the Raj, Britain accounted for nearly 10  per  cent of world GDP, while India had been reduced to a poor ‘third-world’ country, destitute and starving, a global poster child of poverty and famine. Ferguson admits that ‘between 1757 and 1900 British per capita gross domestic product increased in real terms by 347  per  cent, Indian by a mere 14  per  cent’. Even that figure masks a steadily worsening performance by the Raj: from 1900 to 1947 the rate of growth of the Indian economy was below 1  per  cent, while population grew steadily at well over 3.5  per  cent, leavened only by high levels of infant and child mortality that shrank the net rate of population growth to the equivalent of economic growth, leaving a net growth rate near zero.
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Economist Yasheng Huang compares China to India, and asks how China's authoritarian rule contributed to its astonishing economic growth -- leading to a big question: Is democracy actually holding India back? Huang's answer may surprise you.
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Everyone is entitled to all the rights & freedoms set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Find out more ahead of its 70th anniversary: https://t.co/eMARYqYMQE #StandUp4HumanRights https://t.co/gR3Go41evG
Check out @UNGeneva’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/UNGeneva/status/1054151595942768640?s=09
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