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  1. Prophet Abraham was indeed a monotheistic prophet and this was manifested in all his conduct. Allah, therefore, says the following when describing him: {Verily, Ibrâhim (Abraham) was an Ummah (a leader having all the good righteous qualities), or a nation, obedient to Allah, Hanifa (i.e. to worship none but Allâh), and he was not one of those who were Al-Mushrikûn (polytheists, idolaters, disbelievers in the Oneness of Allâh, and those who joined partners with Allâh).} (An-Nahl:120)He (pbuh) grew up among polytheists. Even his father was one of the idolaters, and carved and served the idols. Abraham argued with his father and people: {And (remember) when Ibrâhim (Abraham) said to his father Azar: “Do you take idols as âlihâ (gods)? Verily, I see you and your people in manifest error.”} (Al-An’âm:74)With compelling arguments he firmly rejected their polytheistic ways. He looked at Allah’s ever so apparent signs. {“When the night covered him over with darkness he saw a star. He said: “This is my lord.” But when it set,”} (Al-An’âm:76)That is: he saw how it set. {76. he said: “I like not those that set.” 77. When he saw the moon rising up,} (Al-An’âm:76-77)That is: appearing in the horizon, and he saw that some people worshipped it. he said: {“This is my lord.”} (Al-An’âm:77)Condemning their actions, astonished by their worship!! Taking the opportunity, he said: {But when it set} (Al-An’âm:77)That is: disappeared below the horizon. He went to the people and said: {77. He said: “Unless my Lord guides me, I shall surely be among the erring people.”78. When he saw the sun rising up} (Al-An’âm:77-78)He saw how the people were worshipping it. He said: {“This is my lord. This is greater.”} (Al-An’âm:78)Condemning their actions!! Astonished at how they made a god out of the sun?! {But when it set} (Al-An’âm:78)and subsequently disappeared from sight. He went to those who were worshipping it and said to them: {78. O my people! I am indeed free from all that you join as partners in worship with Allâh. 79. Verily, I have turned my face towards Him Who has created the heavens and the earth Hanifa (Islâmic Monotheism, i.e. worshipping none but Allâh Alone) and I am not of Al-Mushrikûn (see V.2:105)”.} (Al-An’âm:78-79) source: islamkingdom
  2. If an individual is in dire need of religion, then certainly the need of the society for religion is even greater and stronger. Religion is the protective shield of the community, because human life cannot exist except through the cooperation among its members for its betterment: {Help you one another in Al¬Birr and At-Taqwa (virtue, righteousness and piety); but do not help one another in sin and transgression.}(Al-Mâ’idah:2) This cooperation cannot exist except through a system that regulates their relationships, defines their duties, and ensures their rights.This system could only come from the most Kind, the All-Aware, the All-Knowing of what humans need: {Should not He Who has created know? And He is the Most Kind and Courteous (to His slaves) All-Aware (of everything).} (Al-Mulk:14)The more humanity deviates from religion and Allah’s laws and systems, the more it disappears and sinks into the darkness of doubt, misguidance, the feeling of being lost, confusion, misery and unhappiness. source:islamkingdom
  3. Noah

    At first, his nation used to be believers, who worshipped Allah Alone and believed in the resurrection and the Last Day, and they were doers of good deeds. This nation died and people grieved over them for they were pious and of high morals. As a result, they created some statues to resemble these dead pious men who had passed away, and they called them: Wad, Sewaa’, Yaghuth, Ya’oq and Nassr. People found solace in these statues, and they made them a symbol of this group of righteous men who had passed away. People in the city venerated these images, as they wanted to show great esteem to them. Time passed, parents died and sons grew older. They started increasing the amount of esteem and veneration they had towards these statues by bowing down to them. These statues occupied a large part of the hearts of the people. Consequently, the second generation began worshipping these images, and they described them as gods to which they must prostrate and be submissive. They worshipped the statues as deities and many of them went far, far astray. Thus, Allah sent Noah (pbuh) to them to show them the straight path, forbid them from worshiping idols, and guide them back to the worship of Allah. Noah came before his people and said: {and he said: “O my people! Worship Allâh! You have no other Ilâh (God) but Him (Islâmic Monotheism).}(Al-Mu’minûn:23) if you want to know more about this story visit our site; en.islamkingdom.com The history of messeneger Source;Islamkingdom
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