مسلم نشاۃ ثانیہ کے لیے امامت و قیادت کی ضرورت، ایک تحقیقی مطالعہ
The Need for Imamate and Leadership for Muslim Renaissance, A Research Study
Keywords:Muslim Ummah, Imamat, Leadership, Renaissance, Characteristics of Leadership
Islam as a complete religion is a complete constitution of life. In Islam, there are rules and regulations for individual and collective life as well as perfect guidance in all aspects of life. Islam describes the methods of worship and guides how to run the state and guide the ummah. This is the imamate and leadership of diagnosing, resolving, and guiding the diseases of the country. Imamate and leadership are like shade in the desert, through which not only the shadow is provided, but other things are also arranged for its survival. The concept of ummah is not possible without imamate and leadership. Allah Almighty also sent the first person in this universe as imam and leader. The last pearl in this series of Prophetic Imamate and leadership sent by the Creator of the Universe is the Holy Prophet (ﷺ). After him, this responsibility is now on the shoulders of the Muslim Ummah. As long as the Muslim Ummah continued to perform the responsibilities of leadership, its glory remained intact. Turning away from it led to the decline of the Ummah. Verily, the last nail in the decline of the Muslim Ummah is the abdication of imamate and leadership (khilafat). Hakeem-ul-Ummat Allama Iqbal says with great pain about the plight of the Muslim Ummah, "You know that there is no leader of the Nation of Islam. Of course, the revival of the Muslim Ummah depends on it becoming endowed with imamate and leadership because the importance of leadership is like the heart and mind in the human body, which continues to carry out the work of giving blood to the whole body and thinking. In the same way, leadership guarantees the survival of the entire nation and nation. This paper is an academic effort on the need for imamate and leadership in the Renaissance of the Muslim Ummah
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