By Nour YoussefHymns are the most powerful expression of faith in the Islamic world.
They are the one that the faithful have been praying to the most for centuries, and which has the most to do with the destiny of the believer and his relationship with God.
The most important Christian hymn, therefore, is called Faithe al-Sheikhah (Song of Hope) by a particular scholar who died in the 7th century.
It is the hymn that gives voice to the hope of the Prophet Muhammad’s life.
It is also the song that we all sing when we hope to get what we seek.
But there are many other important hymnes of hope that the prophet and his followers sang together with him and with his companions.
Here are four of them:Ihram: a call for peace, hope and hope for peaceIhrams are a prayer of hope for the people of God.
They are often spoken in the presence of people who are in the midst of the most difficult times.
They can be especially poignant when they have to be repeated at the end of a speech.
They have a deep resonance in Islamic theology and the prophet’s call for Muslims to take up arms against unbelievers.
Ihrama is a prayer that expresses a sense of hope and a feeling of belonging.
In its first verse, it says:O Prophet!
I say to you, if I die, it will not be because of your faith, for the Lord has chosen the believers, and if you die, your sons will not fight against the unbelievers, and it will be because you have chosen your brothers.
(Qur’an 9:32)The first verse is not only a call to pray for peace.
It also speaks of God’s favour to the believers and the martyrs.
In the second verse, the Prophet says:Say, “My Lord!
We have come to the right of a people who have been wronged before you and have been persecuted by the unbelief, and have received the divine mercy from your Lord.”
(Quran 9:38)He is also speaking of the people who were unjustly persecuted and persecuted, which is a group that includes Christians, Jews, Buddhists and Hindus.
The Qur’an also says:And when you have done the same for them, surely they will be pleased with you.
(24:59)In verse 39, he asks, “What is your faith?
Say: God is All-Mighty, the All-Knowing.”
(2:116) And in verse 47, he says, “God has promised you peace, the reward of your labour, the forgiveness of your sins, and the favour of your Lord” (8:72).
The Prophet’s command to make war on unbelievers is also in the Qur’anic verses.
We will fight the unbeliever and bring about peace.
But the Quraysh will say, “He is an enemy of God, an enemy to God and a transgressor.”
(6:82) They are also said to be unjust, so God will make them righteous, but the Prophet will not forgive them.
We must fight them and we must defeat them.
In this verse, he speaks of the war against the Jews.
(4:29)We know that God has chosen his believers to fight against them, and God is most pleased with the believers who fight with him, and who do good and fight for God.
(6 :25)And the Prophet, peace be upon him, said: When you fight the enemy in your religion, God is the greatest of rewards.
(5 :37)The verse in the middle of the verse says, I have not been able to fight you for long and I have fought you for short periods.
This verse was used to describe the Muslims’ lack of strength in confronting the unbelieving Jews, who had fought the Prophet in the 6th century, when they were under the sway of the pagan idolatrous rulers.
The Muslims would fight them, but they would never defeat them in a battle.
In fact, the Jews would take refuge in the caves of Mount Sinai.
(9:46)The prophet is saying, ‘I have not fought for long or for short period.
And I have never been able or willing to fight the Jews in the name of God’.
The Jews did not give up their religion, and they were defeated in a war in which the Prophet and his companions were martyred.
But God is great, and he will help those who fight in the cause of God in the last days.
(11:34)The Qur’ans use a different form of this verse in which they say, We have never fought for a long period, nor a short period, or for a short time, nor for a brief period. God