Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
The word Din or Deen appears as many as 79 times
in the Qur'an. "It is the sum total of a Muslim's faith
and code and conduct necessary to submit to Allah's
laws. It is not exclusive to Islam as Arab-Christians
and Jews also use it to refer to their religion and
religion in general."
"The core meaning of Din is obedience, as a Quranic
technical term, Din refers to the way of life and the
system of conduct based on recognizing God as one's
sovereign and committing oneself to obey him."
"According to Islam, true Din consists of living in total
submission to God, and the way to do so is to accept
as binding the guidance communicated through the
Prophets. There are several meanings of Deen. One
is to honour, government, empire, monarchy and
rulership. The second is subordination, obedience,
slavery, servitude and subjection. Third meaning is
to account, to give judgment, and dispense reward
and punishment of actions."
Verses Quaram 3:19 & 3:85, "Abu Ala Maududi",
one of four "Declares" state; "Only Allah's Laws and
religion are acceptable. The primary purpose of the
Prophet's mission is that he should make his Deen
prevail in their stead and triumph over all other ways
of life. The believers have been ordered to fight all
non-believers until every system of thought, belief,
and action which is not based on recognition of Allah
as the Supreme Authority, and which therefore will
perpetually remain the source of all strife and unrest-
has been wiped out, and the entire humanity adopts
the approved way of life, Allah's Deen."
Love is the Law, Love under Will.
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