People used to say that a person who has less hairs on his head is a rich person or would be a rich person. The simple story behind it was that people used to believe that a person who has more tension has less hairs. As the arrival of money increases the worry (not the worry of spending the money but the worry of saving it), so the hairs start falling. But, since the last decade, people use to say that the one who has less clothes on his body is more fashionable and rich. Likewise, it is said that more knowledgeable person has less etiquettes and respect for others, although we have ever listened that knowledge teaches etiquettes. The justification of these opposite things is that people just study knowledge but do not learn or apply that knowledge on themselves. Today, we will try to explain this issue.
Attack on black people is called “Racism”.
Attack on Jewish people is called “Anti-Semitism”.
Attack on women is called “Gender discrimination”.
Attack on homosexuality is called “Intolerance”.
Attack on country is called “Terrorism”.
Attack on religious sect is called “Hate speech”.
Attack on the Dignity of our Prophet, Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ is called
“Freedom of expression”?????
Valentine’s Day is such a famous event that a mother gives birth to a child later but teaches her about Valentine’s Day first. In Indian countries, the ratio of education is very low but, still, everyone knows that 14th February is Valentine’s Day. Unfortunately, people know nothing more than that. Let’s take a look at “Valentine’s Day”.
Since the world is created, there are always, at least, two opposite and contradictory sides of every thing. As we know that faith is a thing that is firmly ingrained in someone’s mind and never want any proof to be proven truth. For this reason, faith has always been a great target of Satan and his followers. As faith is the heart of every religion, affecting faith means affecting the religion. And, from the first day, every religion had the black sheep that become fake imposters to get advantage on the name of faith and religion.