Aziz Hasanovic Mufti Efendi ünnepi üzenete - Eid message from mufti Aziz ef. Hasanovic

HíreinkIn these days, when millions of muslims gather on the holy places in order to fulfill their fifth religious obligation, and in that way they show structure, power and the whole picture of the Islamic Community that we also call the Ummah and that counts around 1,5 billion of our planet's inhabitants, it is the opportunity to remind ourselves on the universal messages that have been sent from the holy places and that last for 1434 years.
Those messages are the inspiration for the muslims, they bring them up and guide them throughout the whole life. Arefat, the place where muslims gather in the eve of the Eidul-adha, has its peculiarities that we have to think about just in the way that our grandfather Adem s.a.v.s. did so. His epistemology encourages us to think in a way that it is better to recognize the God's existance today than to do it tomorrow. Also we have to do great efforts in order to understand and have in mind that we are on Dun'ja only temporarily, and that only Allah s.w.t. is the one who is eternal. We have to use our time on Dun'ja in a way to secure success on Ahiret. Also we have to be aware that we are sinful beings, and we have to take responsibilities when we make a mistake, but also to ask Allah s.w.t. for the forgiveness and give our best not to repeat our mistakes and sins ever again.
Arefat's gathering, with all the muslims clothed in ihrams, sends the message of human equality regardless of sex, gender, skin color, nationality or ethnical belonging, origin, or its social status. Allah s.w.t. has given us guidance by saying that the best among us are those who are the most aware of Allah's s.w.t. existance and that's the source from which we have to take our awareness of Him. Arefat is also the place where the life priniciples like tolerance and coexistance are accepted. These life principles can be achieved by honest dialogue and solidarity among people. Without dialogue and solidarity there is no progress of mankind. The hajj ritualse have the aim to foster our faith and also the hope for the better future, and they also have individual as well as collective dimension. Coolective dimension is conditioned by the correct completion of individual duties. In order to achieve this it is neccessary that every individual do to other person only those things that he wants to be done to him/herself, to support other people in order to be supported, to wish the others what someone may wish to him/herself, do not talk about others' weaknesses and remember that all of us have some, forgive to those who have done harm to you and be generous in sharing the goods that Allah s.w.t. has provided you with.
If the mankind had adopted the principles mentioned above, there wouldn't have been conflicts that destroy individuals as well as societies, and there wouldn't have been poor and hungry who have to leave their homes and homelands in order to find better future somewhere else and on that way they lose lifes like those near Lampedusa in Italy. These tragedies are the shame for the whole civilization of ours, especially of those who are in charge of runing the goverments and policy makers. I wonder, is it possible that there is so little humanity, sensuality and emphaty for others remained in our society? I pray to Allah s.w.t. and make dua that this kind of social alienation of individuals never develops in our society.
I wish to all muslims who do celebrate this Eidu-l-adha that Allah s.w.t. bless all of them, and that in togetherness within their families and communities fulfill these special days and to leave the Eidu-l-adha with stronger faith and hope for better future.
Eid mubarek! Kullu amin we entum bi hajr!

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