Ranking of true Islamic countries

​We received this massage through Whatsapp,  Subject: Ranking of true Islamic countries.

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Seems that true Islamic practice will make a nation success to manage their countries either on economy or citizens behavioir. 

Unfortunately, those who practising Islamic principle on rop rank are not an Islmaic countries.
How Islamic are the Islamic Countries
A study conducted by Prof. Hussain Askari of George Washington University entitled *“How Islamic are the Islamic Countries”* showed that most of the countries that apply *Islamic Principles* in their daily lives are not ones that are traditionally Muslim. 

New Zealand ranked 1st,  

Luxembourg 2nd, 

Ireland 3rd, 

Iceland 4th, 

Finland 5th, 

Denmark 6th 

Canada 7th. 

Malaysia 38th, 

Kuwait 48th, 

Bahrain 64th 

and the to surprise

*Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ranked 131st*.
The study, published in the *Global Economy Journal* might be shocking to most of us but when we look around us and see the reality of the situation, we find that the results of the study are accurate and true.
As Muslims we seem to care only about performing religious Obligations/Rituals/Sunnah (prayer, fasting, niqab, beards, etc), reading the Qur’an and the Hadiths, but we don’t practice what we espouse. We listen to religious lessons and sermons more than the other people on the face of the earth, but we are still not the best of Nations. In the last 60 years, we have listened to 3,000 Friday sermons.
A Chinese merchant once said: “Muslim merchants come to me and ask me to put fake international labels and brands on their goods. When I invite them to eat, they refuse because the food is not Halal. So it is Halal for them to sell fake goods?”

A Japanese Muslim said: “I traveled to the West and saw Islam in practice applied in the daily life of non-Muslims. I traveled to the East, I saw Islam but did not see any Muslims. I thank Allah I knew Islam before I knew how Muslims act.”

Religion should not be reduced to Prayer and Fasting. It is a way of life and it is about how we treat others.

Performing a religious obligation is up to you and it is something between you and Allah. However, good ethics is something between you and other people. In other words, if we do not put Islamic ethics into action and practice, corruption will become rampant and disgrace will be our future.
We should not judge a person based on how he performs religious obligations for he might be a hypocrite.
The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Verily, the bankrupt of my nation are those who come on the Day of Resurrection with prayers, fasting and charity, but also with insults, slander, consuming wealth, shedding and beating others.”
I believe *Islam* (external aspect of faith) is incomplete without *Imaan* (internal aspect of faith) and *Ihsaan* (social aspect of faith). Ponder, understand and realize this.

Credit to original article. 

The king, the Minister and the dog

A king had 10 wild dogs.

He used them to torture and kill any minister that misguided him.
A minister once gave an opinion which was wrong and which the king didn’t like at all… 

So he ordered that the minister to be thrown to the dogs.
The minister said, 

“I served you loyally 10 years and you do this..?
The king was unrelenting.
Minister pleaded”Please give me 10 days before you throw me to the dogs”

The king agreed. 
In those 10 days the minister went to the keeper of the dogs and told him he wanted to serve the dogs for the next 10 days… 
The guard was baffled… 

But he agreed. 

So the minister started feeding the dogs, caring for them, washing them, providing all sorts of comfort for them.
So when the 10 days were up… 
The king ordered that the minister be thrown to the dogs as sentenced . 
When he was thrown in, 

everyone was amazed at what they saw..

The dogs were wagging their tails playing with the condemned minister..licking his feet.
The king was baffled at what he saw. ” what happened to the dogs? !!!” He growled.
The minister then said;” 

I served the dogs for only 10 days and they didn’t forget my service…

Yet I served you for 10 years and you forgot all at the first mistake!”… 
The king realised his mistake 
Replaced the dogs with crocodiles 🐊!!
Moral : Once Management has targeted you …that’s final… 
👆👆👆This may look funny , but undeniable truth

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It was an honor to get  invitation from Petronas Cheng owner to collaborate with them.

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