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HM the King Chairs Second Religious Lecture of Ramadan

Rabat - HM King Mohammed VI, Commander of the Faithful, accompanied by HRH Prince Moulay Rachid and HH Prince Moulay Ismail, chaired, on Monday at the Rabat Royal Palace, the second religious lecture of the holy month of Ramadan.

The lecture was given by Professor Omar Farouk Abdallah, American researcher and former professor at the Michigan University, under the theme "Muslims' duty to do good towards the universe", drawing on the Quranic verse: "You are the best nation produced [as an example] for mankind."

The lecturer said that the word “men” in this verse refers to all humans, regardless of their types, their situations and their beliefs, which implies that the nation of Islam is the best for men because it is the most useful and the most lenient.

He noted that the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings upon him) was sent by God as a messenger of divine mercy to all human beings everywhere and at all times, even to inanimate beings, plants and animals and to the universe in its entirety.

For him, wisdom requires that Muslims pray for the return of their opponents to the right path instead of launching anathemas against them, which only leads to more aggressiveness.

The lecture also tackled the notion of the “Ummah of the middle way”, according to the Quranic verse “And thus we have made you a just community that you will be witnesses over the people and the Messenger will be a witness over you.”

Thus, he noted, Muslims are obliged to do the most good to people, underlining that with the decline of the Muslims worldwide, the humanity will face a monumental loss.

He noted that Muslims brought many benefits to the world in many fields, including science and industry as well as mathematical sciences, which contributed to the fight against illiteracy in many cases and places.

Among other aspects of Islamic civilization, he cited the coexistence between men despite the different religions, races and languages as well as the promotion of efficient cultural and scientific exchanges, noting that Muslims are known to have defended religious minorities living within them. After noting that the Islamic Ummah suffered great ordeals during the last two centuries because of colonization and its subsequent implications, the speaker said that the revival in the Islamic civilization is one of great wonders of this Ummah.

The moral from this revival, he said, is to get people to realize that the despair is legally inadmissible, the wisdom of Allah is great and His mercy is immeasurable. 

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