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learn not to fear anything else but the unhappiness of God.
May God show us the right path and have mercy on us all :), may God end
the days of bad guys and their mind control over humanity sooner.
Who?s leading the mosque :)
Assalam u?Alekum all :) Here is another one of those unconscious social
things accepted by people today. Mostly all the houses of God are run by
a committee than the person who is leading the mosque or church. Most of
those people who run the committee are not really that religious and are
more politically motivated. In my case I have seen good people staying
away from committees where as those who don?t know anything about
religion controlling religious centres.
One must ask who really is the head of mosque/church, it is supposed to
be the Imam/priest, it may very well be the case that these leaders were
elected by the people to lead the mosque/church but at the very end it
should be religious person who makes the decision how to run a religious
centre not a committee, the committee should only be there to share
opinion and provide views, but Imam/Priest must remain the leader.
It is very important but sadly not understood by many people today, they
just like to create a "different" kind of system. Many Muslim Imams have
complained that they can?t even give Friday Khutaba without committee?s
permission it is committee who tells them what to say and do, I don?t
know may be committees should be reminded that it is God?s religion and
God and those who know religions are the best people to decide what to
say and do. It may very well be that Imam?s and priests get paid to lead
mosque/church but leaders must be elected/rejected by people not the
committees the reason being committees can be corrupt and motivated by
political issues than religious issues.
I honestly don?t think things are going to change in a day, but we must
try to reverse and stop the current wave of thoughts and