All who devote their faith to Islam must, therefore, heed its teachings on injustice. Justice is a virtue that if upheld by most societies of the world, the world can be a much peaceful community. Since the time of creation, justice has been preached to the world by both religious and unreligious means. The big problem is that injustice still runs the society to date. It is not news to hear a person being prosecuted without trial today or a person mobbed to death because of an accusation of theft, burglary and so forth. Injustice has grown to a level that is almost irreversible. Beefed with the various discriminations based on race, religion and political affiliations and interests, injustice all over the world is the order of the day.
Despite the good teachings of Prophet Muhammad, (peace be upon Him) and the Quran people have chosen to ignore the lessons and go on with wrongdoing. From the Quran teaching on peace, it is clear that one should not personal interests to hinder justice. Those who believe in the good teachings should stand with integrity and shun injustice with actions and not mere words. In so doing, they could help many people to get justice as so required. Prophet Muhammad also teaches us about justice. He tells us that among the six things that would guarantee us Paradise, is getting our hands off injustice.
In the clip number two, Yusuf Hamza brings out how injustice is in play in the world today. In the third minute of the discussion, he narrates how the western countries and the other powerful states play the blame game of wars. He says that the powerful countries have always accused the Islamic countries to be producing weapons of mass destruction. He argues that the weapons are made by the mostly the Western nations and sell them to the Islamic countries that are then triggered against themselves to use the weapons. What the Western countries are doing is not just in the face