Sunday, January 6, 2013

Being a judge


Being a judge is one of the most difficult and sobering responsibility in an Islamic society. In old days, Muslim judges would shiver when this responsibility was given to them. Even companions of Rasul Allah (sm) would refuse this duty for fear of accountability in front of Allah (swt) on the day of judgement. Today, we shiver when we think what would be the fate of the judges of today, who lead a system of Kufr and zulm, in an anglo-saxon law, protecting the colonial era slavery.

This system needs to go and replaced with justice of Khilafat e Rashida, where justice would be FREE, immediate, would be seen to be done, would be at the doorsteps, without any lawyers charging fat fees or judges wearing monkey wigs!