How `Umar practiced social equality was demonstrated when he entered Jerusalem as a liberator.
Implementing the laws of God, as in the Qur’an and Sunnah, necessitates the role of man- God’s vicegerent.
In the early years of the Islamic call, the Prophet (Pbuh) and Muslims faced an economic and social boycott that lasted three years.
A number of incidents testify to the Prophet’s justice. In many of the Prophet's addresses, even in his final sermon, he (peace and blessings be upon him) stated that superiority lay not in race, but in godliness.
Islam attaches the highest importance to justice. In fact, Divine Justice is the backbone of the whole act of creation. The balance and the due proportion evident in the heavens and the earth are a manifestation of Allah’s (God’s) Justice. Thus in Islam, balance and justice are central to the design and order underlying Allah’s