For, trying to establish Justice, just for this or that group, as opposed to everyone everywhere, and trying to do so using a methodology of coercion, force, intimidation, blackmail, deception, enticement, entrapment, manipulation and lies, will not only be a wasted effort, it will actually be counterproductive.

For, it will be the Greatest Injustice of All: against God as well as against God’s Creation.

The Qur’an calls it Zulm.

Truth is what Islam is all about. And Islam calls it Al-Haqq.

Therefore, commitment to the pursuit, discovery, verification and validation of truth, and to the fearless telling and sharing of truth with the world, is the divine formula for personal Najaat in the next world and for the success of what we call Da’wah in this world.

In this world, there is truth and there is falsehood. One is from God; the other is from the Devil.

God not only speaks the truth, he is the truth. He is, in the language of the Qur’an, Al-Haqq: The Truth.

Also, in the language of the Qur’an, truth is Haqq and falsehood is Baatil.

This is eternally etched in heaven and earth – and on the face of every grain of sand, blade of grass and molecule of water.

On earth, this equation was spelled out most crystally 1400 years ago and never left it since.

Hence the way of the “righteous,” the good people, then, is truth: speaking the truth and acting on it.

The way of the wicked, on the other hand, is falsehood. It is the way of the Devil. […]

“Those who look for God shall find him.

Provided they look for him hard enough and well enough and seriously enough.

And those that seek the truth in this world shall find it.

For, that is God’s way in his world.


  • They are sincere;
  • Have a measure of humility;
  • Are truly committed to their goal;
  • And remain steadfast and persistent in their search.

If they are all that, truth then shall come to them in God’s own good time, place and scale – as everything else would and does.

As the Qur’an says, “Everything God does is most meticulously measured.”

Kullu shai-y-in indahu bi-miqdaar.

Another little miracle of an Aayat – passage of the Qur’an – in your hands.” (Dr. Pasha)