ہندومت اور بدھ مت میں تصورِ اہنسا اور اسلام کا تصور عدم تشدد
The Concept of Ahinsa in Hinduism and Buddhism and the Concept of non-Violence in Islam

Dr. Shahid Amin *
Lecturer, Hazara University, Mansehra, (KPK) Pakistan.

Shah Husain **
Ph.D. Scholar, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan.

Abstract

Allah has created all human beings different in nature. He knows the origin of humans. In the present age, where there comes a discussion in the society about equality tolerance, love, and patience, some people, fearful due to the popularity of Islam, start propaganda against Islam. They are trying to declare Islam a terrorist religion, but their propaganda will never succeed. The moderate people who have studied Islam knew the reality of Islamic teachings. Here is a comparison of Hinduism and Buddhism with Islam. Though statistical teachings eminently look human-friendly, firstly these teachings are against human nature. Secondly, these teachings are not practicable. Thirdly, if these teachings bring forth into practice, human society will definitely come to a decline. If you become habitual of bearing cruelties, it will increase its severity which leads to the complete destruction of human society. In contrast, Islamic teachings offer a balanced and natural system, which leads to the establishment of a high-rated human society, it is also crystal clear that all the Islamic teachings are permanent and immortal. Therefore, the world will be an abode of peace and love in the real sense by adopting Islamic teachings.

Keywords

Tolerance, Propaganda, Cruelties, Human society Buddhism, Hinduism, Ahinsa

Al-Wifaq

Vol 3

Issue 2

June – December 2020

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