By Dr. Ali Shariati - XKP

Abu Dhar is this sort of unheard of humans, a kind of leaders and liberated saviors longed for via mankind this day. From the time while the process created a serious hindrance on this planet of economics, making economics the main delicate factor of existence and the root of every little thing, his reviews have discovered better value and this day, once more, they recreate these scenes in Damascus and Medina. He who accrued the humiliated and the needy round him, rallying them opposed to usury, money-worshipers, gold gatherers and aristocrats, has now brought on the Muslims of the realm to hear his heart-warming phrases and evaluations. by means of Dr. Ali Shariati, 1933 - 1977



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He didn't think that faith should still intrude with the poverty of the bulk and the opulence of the minority. Abu Dhar, who had started the fight for the improvement of Islamic equality, wouldn't be pacified and wouldn't enable the enemy be pacified, both… at any time when i feel concerning the significant lifetime of Abu Dhar and that i see his worship of God, I bear in mind Pascal. Pascal says, "The center has reasoning powers which the mind doesn't reach. the guts bears witness to God's life, now not the mind; religion is available in this manner. " Abu Dhar says, "In this unbounded life, i've got chanced on indicators wherein i've been guided to God. there isn't any wish that the mind will succeed in His Essence via dialogue and research simply because he's more than any of that, and there's no risk of encompassing Him. " Abu Dhar, similar to Pascal, believed in God, knew God in the course of the middle, and he had worshipped God for 3 years ahead of he met the Prophet. whilst he used to be conversing of capitalism and the hoarding of wealth and he was once strongly protecting the wretched, and while he was once turning opposed to the aristocrats and the palace-dwellers of Damascus and Medina, he resembles an severe socialist like Proudhon, however the fact is that Abu Dhar is something and Pascal and Proudhon are varied. Abu Dhar knew God; from that day on, he by no means stopped upon God's manner; now not for a second did he weaken in concept or motion. Neither does Proudhon have the purity, devotion and worship of Abu Dhar, nor does Pascal have his task and exuberance. Abu Dhar had develop into a whole man or woman within the university of Islam, and this remark on my own is enough to reveal his greatness. it truly is attainable for the subsequent query to come up for plenty of those people who are learning Islamic history:- What was once the fantastic results of this circulate, except a number of routine of armies, a few army victories and the construction of a superb empire which dispersed after a couple of centuries? what's the distinction among the Islamic move and different political and army hobbies in historical past which accomplished related victories or even better triumphs, fairly once we see that the Islamic circulate, from the first actual section, used to be confronted with political alterations, and used to be made to deviate from its major objective, and that the genuine leaders of Islam have been additionally conscious of this? Then what did Islam do? What effects have been attained from all these sacrifices and struggles of the Prophet and his God-worshipping, courageous fans? If it had army victories, they don't should be thought of very important within the approach we glance at faith, particularly due to the fact that those victories have been received throughout the Bani Umayyid and Bani 'Abbas sultans and folks like them, and didn't have a true and direct dating with the truths of Islam. This opinion in this aspect is at the least right in a point, and we must never conceive this expansionism, those army victories and the Islamic empire's energy, to be the objective of Islam, nor think them to be one of the nice result of this flow.

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