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Want Allah to forgive you ? forgive others.

If we want Allah to forgive us, we should be forgiving of others and willing to overlook their wrongs. This is part of what it means to be good to others. Allah describes his believing servants as "those who restrain their anger and are pardoning towards people.” He then says: "Indeed, Allah loves those who do good.” [Sūrah Āl `Imrān: 134]

Indeed, Allah says: "And let not those of you who possess wealth and abundance swear against giving to the near of kin and the poor and those who have had to emigrate for Allah’s sake. They should forgive and forebear. Do you not love that Allah should forgive you? And Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.” [Sūrah al-Nūr: 22]

Righteous deeds of all kinds bring us closer to Allah, but especially kindness to others. We should show kindness to all creatures as well as to human beings, whether t ... Read more »
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Morality and Ethic in Islam

The word "morality” comes from the Latin word moralitas meaning "manner, character, and proper behavior”. Morality generally refers to a code of conduct, that an individual, group or society hold as authoritative, in distinguishing right from wrong. Such an ideal code of conduct is often espoused in preference to other alternatives.

Islam as a comprehensive way of life encompasses a complete moral system that is an important aspect of its world-view. We live in an age where good and evil are often looked at as relative concepts. Islam however, holds that moral positions are not relative, and instead, defines a universal standard by which actions may be deemed moral or immoral.

Islam’s moral system is striking in that it not only defines morality, but also guides the human race in how to achieve it, at both an individual as well as a collective level.

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We stress here again the fact that Japanese people enjoy good character. In fact, when a Japanese person reads about Islam he finds that it largely conforms to the ideals adopted by his or her society. If Allah (S.W.T.) wishes him or her guidance, He paves the way for him or her to embrace Islam. See the appendix on the good traits of  Japanese people which they have inherited from Al Samurrai, members of a powerful military class in Japan in the past.

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PERIOD FROM 1950 TO 1960:

A number of Japanese Muslims including Umar Yamaoka, Umar Mita, Abdul Muneer Watanabe, Sadiq Imaizumi, Umar Yukiba and Mustafa Komura gathered and set up the first Muslim association in Japan in 1953 (Japan Muslim Association).

 

Members of Tablighi movement started entering into Japan from Pakistan between 1956 and 1960. Their first group visited Japan in 1956, and I managed to meet Sh ... Read more »

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PERIOD FROM 1920 TO 1930:

The Japanese became more interested in the Muslim world for expansionist, economic, and cultural reasons. The meaning of Holy Qur'an was translated into Japanese, Islamic societies were set up, and Islamic and Orientalist books were written.

 

The Tatar Muslim emigrants then started entering Japan fleeing Communist rule in Russia and most of them ultimately settled ... Read more »

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ISLAM in JAPAN
Hystory, Spread, and The Institutions in The Country
by
Prof. Dr. Salih Mahdi S. Al Samarrai
(Chairman of Islamic Center Japan)


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