Resistance Front and Failed Secularist Claims

  January 27, 2021   Read time 1 min
Resistance Front and Failed Secularist Claims
Nations active in Resistance Front present themselves as the advocates of the "Rule of Allah". They believe that Allah has sent the most comprehensive and indeed the Last of the Revealed Religions in the world. Islamic religion has plans for all domains of human life including the social and political life. Secularism denies this stance.

Resistance Front has secularism as one of its chief enemies ahead. Secularism has prevailed the west both in individual and social domains. Many consider secularism as a pinnacle of human history while there are still nations across the world who deny the secularist baseless claims and prefer to stay loyal to their religious traditions and the primordial message of revelation. Resistance Front nations inspired by the heavenly words of Imam Khomeini the Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution of Iran seek to prepare the ground for the domination of Allah in all aspects of human life. Secularism and secularist claims of governance and criticisms of Islamic theory of society were all issues taken into consideration by Imam Khomeini where he writes "Those opponents of Islam who have malicious designs, and who separate Islam from government and politics, they need only be reminded that the Holy Qur'an and the traditions of the Messenger of God (S.A.W.) have more edicts in relation to government and statecraft than in any other area. More importantly, many of the apparently devotional precepts in Islam are truly politico-devotional precepts, the overlooking of which has been responsible for the present afflictions of the Muslim world. The Prophet of Islam (S.A.W.) instituted a government like other governments of the world except that his was one for the purpose of promoting social justice and, likewise, the early Muslim caliphs had full-fledged governments and so was Imam Ali's (A.S.) government which was broader and more inclusive and which is an obvious record in history. Subsequent governments, too, were established in the name of Islam, and even today the governments which pretend to be Islamic and to have been founded on the edicts of Islam and Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) are varied and many."

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