Today the world is witnessing increasing pressure to banish religion to the outskirts of society. Religious communities are struggling to make sense of how they should teach their children the values and principles of their faith. Ajmal Masroor and a priest have a conversation about this.
The world ha become a very strange place where wrong has become right, bad had become good, decency is mocked at, morality is shunned. In such a world Muslims need to reiterate the universal moral values Islam teaches everyone.
A talk in the Norwegian capital Oslo discussing the role of faith in a world where faith has been banished to the confines of religious building and private space.
Do you accept Norway as our home?
Do you accept Norwegian people as your people?
Are you willing to do your best for the welfare and wellbeing of the people of Norway?
If the answer to the above questions is unequivocally "Yes" then you are ready to have honest engagement with the locals and if the answer is "No" then you are in trouble!
Replace evil with something better. The is full of evil and the Muslim response must be to present to the world something better - a faith of conviction in One God, universal justice, excellence in everything, compassion for the people world and care for the environment. Islam is a faith of clear morals and ethics. Why should the people of the world not find this faith attractive?