The Prophet (SAW) and Justice in Islam

The Prophet (S) acquired justice in the smallest details of his daily life, with strangers and relative, in travel and urban, as debtor and creditor… But we see him positive when he participated in founding a charitable association concerned with the confession “adoption” of justice and defending the oppressed! (Curiosity Alliance) The Prophet (S) praised and said: “When I was young I witnessed Al-Mutaibin “generous people” Alliance with my uncles, that alliance was better to me than the best type of camels.”
Models of justice in his Sunnah and conducts:
Firstly, his warning of enslavement of people: The Prophet (S) implanted the value of justice in his followers, he said a warning of enslavement of people: “Not one of you say to my servant “slave” and to my female servant “female slave.” All of you and all your wives be servants of Allah.
Secondly, his banning of racial discrimination: He said: “You are sons of Adam, and Adam came from dust. Let the people cease to boast about their ancestors. They are merely fuel in hell; or they will certainly be of less account with Allah than the beetle which rolls dung with its nose.” The Prophet (S) ranted severely with Abu Dhar when he mocked the mother of Bilal.
Thirdly, justice between the sons and daughters: The Prophet (S) refused to testify for Al-Nu’man Ibn Basheer when his father came and wanted the Prophet to testify that the man do not treat his children fairly by a gift, and the Prophet said to the father: “So you do not let me witness, I do not bear witness to injustice.” The Prophet (S) said: “Fear Allah and treat your children fairly.”
Fourthly, his justice with Non – Muslims: etc……etc….

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