Awareness of public responsibility
Learning from life experience and making better decisions in the future is a feature of a decent person. For about 30 years in our country, religion, i.e. Islam is presented in different ways. During these years, the spread of different ideas of Islam played an important role in the lives of many people. Along with the positive consequences, problems also arose because our society was faced with different ideas of the same religion. And each presentation formed a kind of religious society. For non-religious society, believers in some cases were an example, sometimes the cause of disturbing feelings, and sometimes were associated with uncertainty.
The type and form of relations between believers and other members of society is an important factor influencing the development of society. In this case, I believe that a believer should be aware of his public duty. The indisputable truth is that not a few mistakes were made by believers and not a few mistakes were made towards them. If believers are aware of their social responsibility, I do not claim that all, but quite a big number of problems will be resolved. The first public duty of believers is to give a guarantee of the safety of society.
Recently, various media resources, and in some cases the activities of some believers, have reduced public confidence in the believer. A believer who wants to be heard must necessarily give a guarantee of security to society. Giving a guarantee of security does not mean giving up your values. Giving a guarantee of security is the basis for the formation of any healthy, debatable society. Because the believer’s main responsibility is to spread: “You are not but a warner” (Qur’an: Surah 35 (Fatir), verse 23).
The guarantee of security is provided based on the soul, property, conscience, mind and religion of a person. The person receiving this warranty will definitely listen to you. But whether he will accept what you said or not is his own business. You will tell him everything as it is, without any distortion, as the prophets said. Talking about values, you will present them as clearly and truthfully as possible. You will explain that proximity to Allah is salvation, and remoteness from Him is a loss.
Every believer separately and all believers together must give a guarantee of security. It is their duty to Allah, the Lord of the worlds. For example, if the seller tries to get the buyer’s money through lies and deception, then let him know that he’s violating the security guarantee. Or if a Muslim builder, when building a house, does this irresponsibly, then let him know that he has violated the security guarantee. This list can be replenished as long as it can be with different life examples and situations. Therefore, believers should be attentive and in no case should they cross the line where there is nothing permitted. “And establish weight in justice and do not make deficient the balance” (Qur’an: Surah 55 (ar-Rahman), verse 9)
Unfortunately, sometimes during the decline of Iman, believers are so greedy about worldly affairs that you unwittingly begin to doubt the faith of these people in the afterlife. And then they are dissatisfied with the environment and through faith provoke secularization ... Another responsibility of the believer is to provide free services: this is “those whom Allah has led in a direct way. Follow their direct path. Say: I do not ask you for a reward for it. This (Book) is nothing more than a reminder for the worlds." (Qur’an: Surah 6 (al-An’am), verse 90)
Regarding this issue, people representing a Muslim inviting other people to Islam should be more attentive. A believer should try to earn everything that Allah predetermined for him in an honest (halal) way. If after this, poverty and misery do not leave him, he needs to be reached out. But the believer should not be one of those who are addicted to wealth. The believer should prefer simplicity and accuracy both in his garment and in his house.
The next duty of a believer is to be at the center of affairs useful to society. If these deeds do not bring damage to his religion, faith, and do not contradict his way of life, then he should take part in good deeds that support human nature. Just like the Prophet Muhammad himself (Peace and Bless be upon Him), who founded the alliance "Hilf al-Fudul". These are all not specific goals that need to be fulfilled, but a way of life. But the correct lifestyle is as important as the fulfillment of certain goals. Wrong lifestyle can destroy these goals and bring bad consequences.