Someone said to Usama, will you not talk to this (Uthman)? Usama said," I talked to him (secretly) without being the first man to open an evil door. I will never tell a ruler who rules over two man or more that he is good after I heard Allah’s apostle SAAW saying, ‘A man will be brought and put in Hell (Fire) and he will circumambulate (go round and round) in Hell (Fire) like a donkey of a (Flour) grinding mill, and all the people of Hell (Fire) will gather around him and will say to him, ‘oh so-and -so! Didn't you order others to do good and forbid them to do evil?’ That man will say, ‘I used to order others to do good but I myself never used to do it, and I used to forbid others from evil while I myself used to do evil.’ ‘ “( Sahih Al-Bukhari volume 9 page 170)
This Hadith is clear to the those whom reflect. keep in mind that this Hadith comes after chapter 17 of Bukhari, that talks about afflictions that will wave like the waves of the sea. Some of the learn men used to recite the following poetry at the time of affliction. The war and beginning seems attractive moving with its beauty for every ignorant. But when it flared strongly, it becomes an old lady will not accepts in marriage, with gray hair and bad color, dislike to be smelled kissed."
Many Times we are told not to question our so-called majority of Muslim living, Countries rulers. But it is obvious that many rulers in the so-called Muslim living countries, do not live by Allah's laws nor by what they preach by their charades of falsehood . Therefore, they get caught up in power, and greed just like any other ruler, losing their sincere belief in the word of Allah and his messenger SAAW., and in the world yet to come. Hence, they're going to have to answer for a monumental of wrongdoings on the day of reckoning.
Yes they may think it's a joke when we object to their oppressive ways. But I can assure you they won't think it's a joke when the Master of all verdicts put them on the stand.
Always Fear and bound with love for the Creator of mankind (Allah) We should never devote our fear in man himself, over the One Who created us from nothing.