[quote]”If a dog dies hungry on the banks of the River Euphrates, Umar will be responsible for dereliction of duty.” [/quote]
I’ll keep this post short for the sake of good readability but just in case if anyone in Malaysia is still thinking to let this Government live for even one more second should read my post.
I know in this era we won’t be able to get a leader like Hazrat Umar, but lets start with few sayings of Hazrat Umar ibn al-Khattab (RA).
“I will be harsh and stern against the aggressor, but I will be a pillar of strength for the weak.”
“By God, he that is weakest among you shall be in my eye the strongest, until I have vindicated for him his rights; he that is strongest I will treat as the weakest, until he complies with the law.”
Saeed M Mohtsham cites from Caliph Umar’s rule in his research paper Vision and Visionary Leadership – An Islamic Perspective:
“He used to monitor very closely the public policy and had kept the needs of the public central to his leadership approach. As second caliph of Islam, he refused to chop off the hands of the thieves because he felt he had fallen short of his responsibility to provide meaningful employment to all his subjects. As a ruler of a vast kingdom, His vision was to ensure that every one in his kingdom should sleep on a full stomach.”
[quote]Now after almost 1400 years Muslims in country like Malaysia have so called leaders like you for not being fair and just. You filthy bloated rich leaders of crony and monopolist should be ashame of yourself.
by ana ghoib at Jerusalem Gate[/quote]