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mk;%d;W tifapdu;: 1) K];ypk;fs; mjhtJ> rpwg;gpw;Fhpa egpj;Njhou;fs;. 2) kjPdhtpd; g+u;tPf Fbfspy; cs;s K\;hpf;Ffs;. mjhtJ> me;Neuk;tiu ,];yhik Vw;Wf; nfhs;shky; ,Ue;j kjPdhthrpfs;. 3) A+ju;fs;. kf;fhtpy; egpj;Njhou;fSf;F ,Ue;j epiyikAk;> ,g;NghJ kjPdhtpy; mtu;fSf;F ,Uf;Fk; epiyikAk; Kw;wpYk; khWgl;litfshf ,Ue;jd. kf;fhtpy; K];ypk;fs; ,];yhkpd; %yk; xUq;fpize;J xNu Nehf;fKilatu;fshf ,Ue;Jk; mtu;fshy; xU KOikahd ,];yhkpa r%fj;ijf; fl;likf;f Kbahj epiyapy; ,Ue;jhu;fs;. Vnddpy;> K];ypk;fs; gy FLk;gq;fspy; gpe;jpUe;jdu;. mlf;fg;gl;L> xLf;fg;gl;L Nftyg; gLj;jg;gl;L gytPdkhdtu;fshf ,Ue;jhu;fs;. mtu;fSf;F vt;tpj mjpfhuKk; ,Uf;ftpy;iy. K];ypk;fspd; vjphpfNs> kf;fhtpy; KO mjpfhuk; nrYj;jp te;jdu;. MfNtjhd; kf;fhtpy; mUsg;gl;l Fu;Md; mj;jpahaq;fspy; ,];yhkpa mbg;gil tpsf;fq;fSk;> xt;nthU jdp egUk; Nkw;nfhs;s Ntz;baf; fl;lisfSk; Fwpg;ghf $wg;gl;bUe;jd. NkYk; ed;ik> cgfhuk;> ew;gz;Gfs; Mfpatw;iwf; filg;gpbg;gjw;F mjpfk; Mu;tk; Cl;lg;gl;ld. nfl;l Fzq;fs;> ,op nray;fs; gw;wp vr;rhpf;fg;gl;ld.

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Mdhy;> kjPdhtpy; K];ypk;fs; trNk KO chpikAk;> Mjpf;fKk; ,Ue;jd. khw;whu; ahUk; mtu;fis Mjpf;fk; nrYj;j Kbahj msTf;F tYthf> ngUk;ghd;ikahf ,Ue;jdu;. MfNt> ,g;NghJ K];ypk;fs; jq;fs; r%fj;Jf;Fj; Njitahd rl;lq;fisAk; mbg;gilfisAk; fw;Wf;nfhs;s Ntz;ba Neuk; te;Jtpl;lJ. nghUshjhuk;> tho;tpay;> murpay;> Nghu;> rkhjhdk;> MFkhdit> Mfhjit> tzf;f topghLfs; vd;W r%fj;Jf;F Njitahd midj;J mk;rq;fSk; tphpthf tpsf;fg;gl Ntz;ba jf;f Neuk; ,JthfNt ,Ue;jJ. Mk;! gj;J Mz;Lfshf gy Jd;gq;fisAk; NtjidfisAk; vjw;fhf K];ypk;fs; mDgtpj;J te;jhu;fNsh> me;j miog;Gg; gzpf;F topfhl;bahf> Vida kdpj rKjhaj;jpypUe;Jk; mwpahikf;fhy r%fj;jpypUe;Jk; Kw;wpYk; khWgl;l xU rpwe;j rKjhaj;ij K];ypk;fs; mikf;f Ntz;ba fhyk; ,g;NghJ te;Jtpl;lJ. ,JNghd;w rKjhaj;ij mikg;gJ xNu ehspy; my;yJ xNu khjj;jpy; my;yJ xNu Mz;by; rhj;jpaky;y khwhf> rl;lk; mikj;jy;> xOq;FgLj;Jjy;> gapw;rpaspj;jy;> fy;tp Gfl;Ljy;> rl;lq;fis nray;gLj;Jjy; vd midj;Jk; KOik ngWtjw;F xU ePz;l fhyk; Njitg;gl;lJ. my;yh`; ,k;khu;f;fj;ij mikg;gjw;F KOg; nghWg;ghspahf ,Ue;jhd;. my;yh`;tpd; J}ju; (]y;) my;yh`;tpd; Gwj;jpypUe;J mtdJ rl;lq;fisr; nray;gLj;jpdhu;fs;> mjd; gf;fk; topfhl;bdhu;fs;. K];ypk;fisr; rPu;g;gLj;jpj; J}a;ikgLj;jpdhu;fs;. fy;tp mwptpy;yhj (muG) kf;fspy; mtu;fspy; cs;s xUtiu mtd; (jd;Dila) J}juhf mDg;gp itj;jhd;. mtu;fs; ,jw;F Kd;du; gfpuq;fkhd topNfl;bypUe;j NghjpYk;> mj;J}ju; mtu;fSf;F my;yh`;Tila trdq;fis Xjpf;fhz;gpj;J> mtu;fisg; ghpRj;jkhf;fp itj;J> mtu;fSf;F Ntjj;ijAk; Qhdj;ijAk; fw;Wf; nfhLf;fpd;whu;. (my;Fu;Md; 62:2) egpj;Njhou;fs; jq;fsJ cs;sq;fshy; egp (]y;) mtu;fspd; fl;lisfis Vw;Wf; nfhz;lhu;fs;. Fu;Mdpd; trdq;fs; %yk; jq;fSf;F ,lg;gLk; rl;lq;fis KOikahf gpd;gw;wpaJld; mjd;%yk; kdkfpo;r;rp mile;jhu;fs;. cz;ikahd ek;gpf;ifahsu;fs; ahnud;why;> my;yh`;it (mtu;fs; Kd;) epidT $wg;gl;lhy; mtu;fSila cs;sq;fs; gae;J
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eLq;fptpLk; my;yh`;Tila trdq;fs; mtu;fSf;F Xjpf; fhz;gpf;fg;gl;lhy; mtu;fSila ek;gpf;if (Nkd;NkYk;) mjpff;Fk;. mtu;fs; jq;fs; ,iwtidNa Kw;wpYk; ek;gpapUg;ghu;fs;. (my;Fu;Md; 8:2)

In Madinah, the Prophet [pbuh] had to deal with three distinctively different categories of people with different respective problems:

1. His Companions, the noble and Allâh fearing elite [R] 2. Polytheists still detached from the Islam and were purely Madinese
tribes. 3. The Jews.

1. As for his Companions, the conditions of life in Madinah were totally different from

those they experienced in Makkah. There, in Makkah, they used to strive for one corporate target, but physically, they were scattered, overpowered and forsaken. They were helpless in terms of pursuing their new course of orientation. Their means, socially and materially, fell short of establishing a new Muslim community. In parallel lines, the Makkan Chapters of the Noble Qur’ân were confined to delineating the Islamic precepts, enacting legislations pertaining to the believers individually and enjoining good and piety and forbidding evils and vices. In Madinah , things were otherwise; here all the affairs of their life rested in their hands. Now, they were at ease and could quite confidently handle the challenges of civilization, construction, means of living, economics, politics, government administration, war and peace, codification of the questions of the allowed and prohibited, worship, ethics and all the relevant issues. In a nutshell, they were in Madinah at full liberty to erect the pillars of a new Muslim community not only utterly different from that pre-Islamic code of life, but also distinctive in its features in the world at large. It was a society that could stand for the Islamic Call for whose sake the Muslims had been put to unspeakable tortures for 10 years. No doubt, the construction of a society that runs in line with this type of ethics cannot be accomplished overnight, within a month or a year. It requires a long time to build during which legislation and legalization will run gradually in a complementary process with mind cultivation, training and education. Allâh, the All-Knowing, of course undertook legislation and His Prophet Muhammad [pbuh], implementation and orientation:

"He it is Who sent among the unlettered ones a Messenger (Muhammad [pbuh]) from among themselves, reciting to them His Verses, purifying them (from the filth of disbelief and polytheism), and teaching them the Book (this Qur’ân, Islamic laws and Islamic Jurisprudence) and Al-Hikmah (As-Sunna: legal ways, orders, acts of worship, etc. of the Prophet Muhammad [pbuh].)." [Al-Qur'an 62:2] The Prophet’s Companions [R] , rushed enthusiastically to assimilate these Qur’ânic rules and fill their hearts joyfully with them:

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"And when His Verses (this Qur’ân) are recited unto them, they (i.e. the Verses) increase their Faith." [Al-Qur'an 8:2]

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