Ammon – The concept of justice and its relationship to good manners, and how did Islam view morals? Emphasizes the importance of education in good ways and its impact on the individual and society, and explains its crucial role in the civilization of nations, as well as its relationship to development, themes addressed by the Chairman of the Forum Foundation, Dr. . Munir, was addressed. Al-Qadri, during its intervention, on Saturday, July 16, 2022, on the 113th digital evening, as part of the activities of Al-Wisal Digital Nights, organized by the Sheikhdom of the Qadiriyah al-Budshishiya Tariqa and the Al-Multaqa Foundation, in collaboration with the Jamal Foundation.
It is reported that during this digital night, condolences were expressed with the deaths of both Moroccan media figures, Abdullah Al-Stouki, and the Moroccan child, Omar Arshan.
Al-Qadri began this by pointing out that God’s great wisdom required him to make high morals the basis of this life, in which societies live and on which the foundations of nations are established and civilizations flourish.
He added that good and virtuous behavior is an origin rooted in human instinct. He quoted noble hadiths, including the Prophet’s saying, peace and blessings be upon him: “Righteousness is a good character, and sin is what shakes in your soul and what you hate for people to find out.”
He added that al-Birr is a noun that includes all the meanings of obedience, love of good and noble morals, and that sin is a noun that includes all kinds of disobedience, evil of the soul, and bad morals.
He went on to explain that justice is good character, whether it is between a servant and his Lord, or between a servant and his Muslim brother, or what is between him and the general public, Muslims and unbelievers, and he added that this is one. of the best deeds for which the law called and desired, and that it is one of the greatest gifts of God to His servants, by mentioning that God, the Almighty, praised His Noble Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be with him be, by saying, “And you are of a great character” (Al-Qalam 4), a set of evidence from the two revelations, the Book and the Sunnah, is quoted in this section.
He pointed out that today we are living in an ethical crisis, both at the level of individuals’ lives and at the level of societies, and that morals are lacking in various spheres of life.
The interventionist emphasized that ethics is one of the pillars of religion, and that it is the practical translation of correct faith and belief, and he further explained that faith is not just hidden feelings within the conscience; On the contrary, it is also an apparent act of conduct, referring to the pronouncement of the Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him: (Faith is that which is established in the heart and believed by deed), and Ibn al- Qayyim, may God have mercy on him, said:
He noted that the person with good morals is the most beneficial of creation for God’s children, because it leads to the spread of love and the rush to do good, beneficial to himself and his society, and at the same time contribute to its construction, in accordance with the word of the Almighty, who praised his prophets and messengers in Surat al-Anbiya: good things, and they call on us with desire and fear, and they were submissive to us) (verse 90) .
He stressed the importance of companionship with good people and guiding the righteous so that virtue will grow in the soul and virtuous morals will be established, while at the same time warning to be near people with ugly morals and reprehensible qualities.
He pointed out that whoever is deprived of the way of naturalization of ways – he can achieve it by way of naturalization; And it is through flexibility, practice, and self-striving to seek God’s pleasure, and he added his desire by saying, “Trust that God will guide you in the best ways, because of his word – the Most High:” [العنكبوت: 69]”.
And he warned that the absence of good manners led to the dominance of a conception of religion and morals that was limited to the performance of the rituals of worship without invoking its purpose and the desired goals of its implementation. , and remembering the words of the prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, “He whose prayers do not forbid immorality.” That if the moral impact of worship is absent on the Muslim individual, it is without an impact on the life of the individual and society, and does not lead to the strengthening of civic behavior.
He added that good character is the right way to achieve a good life in this world and the satisfaction of the Most Merciful in the Hereafter, and that whoever seeks perfection of faith, he must do good to the children of man. .
He believes that it does not make sense for a person to be religious, proud of his religion and eager to worship, but he is far from moral, but it should be reflected in his behavior, and he added that we worship God in our work. , worship God in our trade, worship God in our hospitals and health, and worship God in our ways And our development projects, and we worship God in our travels and abode, and we worship God in our secrets and in our faces, and we worship God in our ears, eyes, tongues and our powers, and we worship God in our life and death.
He called for paying attention to good manners and building it in the hearts of young people in the institutions of socialization, starting with the family and school, and reaching schools of spiritual and moral education in the hands of scholars, leading to charities, in a context that strives for revival and progress, and the promotion of the collective will of the nation within the project to free man from oppression And the religious, political and social shackles, and based on the pronouncement of the Prophet , may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, “The most perfect of believers in faith is the best of them in character.
He noted that one of the most important features of Moroccan peculiarities in religious matters is the Sunni Sufism al-Junaidi, which is an integral part of religion and a science of Islamic religion, which has contributed significantly as a cultic educational asset in the formation of the religious conscience and the national social behavior of Moroccans; And that his companions contribute to the building of the integrated Muslim man in a balance between his spiritual and material dimensions.
In the same context, he quoted an excerpt from King Mohammed VI’s exalted message addressed to the participants in the first meeting of Sidi Cheker on Friday 10 September 2004 (The people of this good country have understood since their conversion to Islam that the essence of religion is self-purification and purification of selfishness, hatred and fanaticism, and its dignified morals and transcendence of desires which humiliate the heart, soul and mind by restraining themselves and observing their daily conduct, in the pursuit of spiritual perfection.