Is it okay for Muslims to Defend the Rights of Other Minority Religions Groups

Islam – Shariah Questions

Is it okay for Muslims to defend the rights of other minority Religions groups

It is a duty upon Muslims to defend the rights of anyone, who is weak irrespective of their faith practice and commitment. Those are really important tenants that we learn from the Sharia and the Sunnah of the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

You learn it not just from his behavior in particular moments. but in his general attitude to those who were weak. You know that the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was one who experienced levels of hostility trauma with his emergence of messengership . and sharing it with the world.

Non-Muslims Rights in Islam

I do remind you not to forget that there are certain limitations that we must know that not because we defend someone, because of them being undervalued and being oppressed. That means we defend a false ideology and false practice and faith. and we have to separate between individuals and people’s beliefs and practices and faithfulness.

So that’s an important thing, We have to understand that when we come to step forward to assist others, it’s not because of personal gain that we are seeking meaning if I rub your back you’ll scratch my back in return,

It’s important to know that the balance has to always be in accordance to the word of Allah. and the tradition of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. There are certain things that are indefensible and certain behaviors that are not tolerable for us as Muslims. Even though we have love and tolerance for an individual.

We don’t have love and tolerance for the act that may be committed as an atrocity and an abomination in our faith I hope that’s clear about the Rights of minority religions inĀ Islam.