Young Muslims in the West and in the Muslim world face many questions connected to the spread of a relatively new Kharijite philosophy, which presents a half sawn-off distorted model of Islam as the representative voice. Although the current Muslim situation is full of challenges, it is also an opportunity to present Islam, with all its intellectual
rigours and spiritual intricacies, to Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
In Peace Integration and Human Rights, Shaykh ul-Islam Dr. Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri presents the life of the Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him) as the ultimate model for nurturing peace and harmony in a diverse world beckoning for a solution.
This unique and unprecedented work bridges the Prophetic example (Sunna) with the challenges faced by western Muslims living as minorities. Some of the distinguished features gleaned from the Prophet’s life include: the migration to the Illuminated City of Medina; the Constitution of Medina as the first written constitution in human history; the mechanisms used by the Prophet to establish a culture of peace and security, knowledge and learning, human rights and equality, and socio-political prosperity; the historic treaty of Hudaybiyya; women rights; the Prophet’s governance of a multi-cultural society; and the Prophet’s relations with non-Muslims.