This business of Taking the Qur’an to Every Home and Heart that Needs It — and which one does not? — is every man’s work.
And it is every woman’s work.
Turning their back on this work has caused Muslims all kinds of grief: social and political decline; loss of wealth and territory; and a life full of fear, shame and dishonor.
Wa Duribat Alaihimudh Dhillatu Wal Maskanah, says the Qur’an.
Muslims are in bondage everywhere. Or they are in exile, living a life of refugees.
And Muslim blood flows like water in the sands, mountains and cities of this world.
One simple and immediate solution to these problems is for Muslims to do two things at once:
1. To repent to Allah on what they have done — or, rather, on what they have not done. That is, their failure for so long, and in such a stubborn way, to Take the Qur’an to Every Home and Heart that Needs It.
Just as the Qur’an says:
Wa Tooboo Ilallahi Jamee’an.
2. Immediately, and wholeheartedly, dedicate themselves to Take the Qur’an to Every Home and Heart that Needs It — and Which One Does Not?
Muslims everywhere must mobilize their resources to do this. And Muslim resources are vast and plentiful by the grace of Allah.
If Muslims did it, they will change the world for the better: for themselves and for the world as well.
And if the Muslims refuse to do this, their condition will continue to get worse. And so will the condition of the world.