عصر حاضر میں تعلیمات انبیاءؑ کی عدم پاسداری کے سیاسی محرکات POLITICAL MOTIVES FOR DISOBEYING THE TEACHINGS OF THE HOLY PROPHETS IN THE PRESENT AGE

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Dr.Nasir Ali Khan
Dr.Muhammad Rizwan
Muhammad Mansoor Rasheed

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The God has set rules and regulations for humanity to achieve the consciousness of living and the meaningful goals of life. For the practical implementation of these rules and regulations and to be aware of them, he appointed selected persons from among humanity. While he preached to the people about the commandments of Allah, he also made them aware of the practical aspects of observing these commandments in the practical field. The teachings of the prophets prevent humanity from strengthening its relationship with the Lord, humility, disobedience, justice, and division of humanity into different classes on the basis of moral, linguistic and geographical aspects. Teaches to highlight and lead a purposeful life. Generalization of social justice, exploitation of the weak, environmental degradation and attributes Jamila advocates. The purpose of these teachings is to strengthen the relationship of humanity with the Lord of the Universe and to carry out such matters that will lead to success and salvation, but people reject the teachings of the Prophets because of their worldly benefits. Started pouring. One of the factors and motivations for rejecting the teachings of the Prophets is political motivation, in this, the teachings of the Prophets are not followed to consolidate political power and gain interests. Therefore, the political motivations for ignoring the teachings of the Prophets in the present era are briefly reviewed.

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Nasir Ali Khan , D., Muhammad Rizwan , D., & Mansoor Rasheed , M. (2023). عصر حاضر میں تعلیمات انبیاءؑ کی عدم پاسداری کے سیاسی محرکات : POLITICAL MOTIVES FOR DISOBEYING THE TEACHINGS OF THE HOLY PROPHETS IN THE PRESENT AGE. Mirpur Islamicus Journal of Religious and Social Studies, 1(2), 72–81. Retrieved from http://mirpurislamicus.com/index.php/mirpurislamicus/article/view/37
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