Principles of State and Government in Islam

Written by Muhammad Asad

Countless millions of Muslims pray to God five times a day: “Guide us the straight way—the way of those upon whom Thou hast bestowed Thy blessings.” Thus, every one of them invokes the Creator on behalf of all men and women who are willing to believe in Him—“guide us“—and not merely on behalf of himself or herself alone: consciously or unconsciously, a Muslim who recites these words of the opening surah of the Qur’an is asking God to show the “straight” or “right” way to the community as a whole.

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