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"Muslims invited to self-assess ahead of Al Hijri New Year."
Extracted from (22/09/2017) Friday sermon at UAE.🌴 It is every Muslim's duty to assess their actions and make sure they best invested their time by engaging in good deeds, the sermon will say.
The Hijri New Year is a time when Muslims must turn their thoughts to the memory of Prophet Mohammed(PBUH) and his migration (Hijra) from Mecca to Medina, the sermon will tell mosque-goers on Friday.
These days remind Muslims of a significant time in Islamic history when a new era of development and civilisation was born.
For this reason, Umar Ibn Al Khattab established the year of the Prophet's migration as the beginning of the Islamic calendar.
Umar Ibn Al Kattab consulted the companions on the starting date of the new Muslim chronology. Some of them said, "Start with the date the Prophet(PBUH) received his prophecy." Others suggested to mark the date of Hijra as the beginning of the new Muslim calendar. “It was finally agreed that the most appropriate reference point for the Islamic calendar was the Hijra since it has brought in the seeds of development and civilisation to the whole humanity,” the sermon will say.
With the Hijra, the Prophet(PBUH) laid the principles of coexistence with non-Muslims based on the values of safeguarding rights and discharging duties. Such important values were stipulated in the Charter of Medina which the Prophet(PBUH) himself drafted.
Based upon this Charter, the companions of the Messenger of Allah(PBUH) established edifices of human civilisation and disseminated the tolerant principles of Islam.
The lessons and values that we can draw from the Prophet's migration are numerous, the first and foremost of which is its meaning. Hijra means abandoning all the wrongdoings that Allah the Almighty has forbidden. This meaning was accentuated by the Messenger of Allah pbuh as he said, "an emigrant is the one who refrains from what Allah has forbidden." Thus, a Muslim migrates by embracing such qualities as truthfulness and trustworthiness as well as by seeking knowledge and striving in the way of elevating one's status and benefiting their families, community and nation too.