To Brother Fawzi Abdulhamid|
To brother Fawzi Abdulhamid:
I'd like to congratulate you for the letters you have
been writing lately and you don't know how much I
enjoy reading them, so please keep up on doing the good
job and do not bother with what people say since most
of us (Libyans) are unable to accept the truth and
talking about things which are away far from reality.
furthermore they would accuse you for not being a good
believer or committed to God if you don't agree with
their approach or ideas, just to cover their weak
statements. Although I disagree with you in a minor
issue, but I'm absolutely proud of you as one of my
best writers in this page.
Most of the people who opposes Fawzi
Abdulhamid's letters are talking about the ideal
Islam (what's in the holly Quran) or the theory part of
Islam which would make them talking about what we (as Muslims) hope for or dream about to attain
the perfect life, and I think that's the heart of the
problem between someone who talks about the theory and
somebody else who talks about what's been happening or
going on (reality). There is a huge difference or gap
between practice (reality) and theory (dreams/wishes).
As being a Muslim, I personally believe that Islam is
God's gift to people which we (as human beings) are not
capable of applying from a society point of
view (example: 1400 years of experience and the present
time) and that's due to our limit of thinking,
interpreting, and understanding this God's power (our
religion). Therefore, people would take advantage of
this power to show others (by only talking!) that they
have the solution to justify their actions
(statements) which would only profit them and that is
why I see Islam being more educational rather then
being political since 1400 years of experience show
that Islam's exploitation by people who had/have been
in power gave us a good lesson that the political
Islam harms Islam more than it actually benefit it.
Islam has never been applied in practice 100% as of
what it is about even after prophet Mohamed's
death (peace upon him) immediately, how so?
has the principle of ESHORAH ever been applied in
selecting or choosing the leadership? we all know that
this principle has never been applied in the history of
Islam and we just know it in the theory part of Islam and
lecture about it.
Ladies and gentlemen, I'd like to thank you for your
patience in reading this letter and I wish you
harmony and happiness in this holly month of Ramadan
and all my wishes exclude Gadafi and his trash.
N. Ben Issa