Some African and Muslim leaders in Western Australia are very disappointing. Good leaders must develop a sense of love, caring and unity. Never degrade and laugh at those who are in need crying for parental help. It is very wrong talking negative against your brothers and Sisters simply because you want to please those who are against them. Never accuse someone based on hearsay or without proper evidence. You could very well miss what they have to offer you for the better future. Good leaders must lead by examples; treating the community with dignity and respect no matter what political and cultural differences. Avoid being money oriented and puppets to those who gives you opportunities simply because you want to save your daily bread.
Quran and the Bible teaches us that, one of the central principal of believers is helping others as a fundamental aspect of God Worshippers. The more you give to those who needs help, the more you get. Prophet Muhammad is considered by Muslims to be the highest example and he would very often help others, even if it meant that he had to sacrifice something or borrow to help those who are in need. That illustrates very clearly that helping those who are in need is a core principle of faith. God does not ignore the person who makes sacrifices in the service of fulfilling people’s needs.
We need to study the way our Prophets conducted their lives For example; Moses, Jesus and Muhammad (S.A.W) how they maintained a state of peace in a prevailing atmosphere of gloom. When Prophet Muhammad arrived in Madinah, he created bonds of brotherhood between the local inhabitants and the immigrants from Mecca. He encouraged them to render assistance to one another and live in harmony. He brought two different peoples together into one combined society, who became the best generation humanity has ever witnessed. I suggest that some leaders as mentioned above should adopt the path of our Prophets to prove your claim.
If anyone would like God to save him from the hardships of the day of resurrection, he should give more time to his debtor who is short of money, or remit his debt altogether. (Muslim).Read more from the Quran and in the Bible.
Quran ;( Surat AL-Baqara: 179), (Surat AL-Anam: 160), (Surat Ash-shura: 23).
Bible ;( Exodus: 17:12), (Deuteronomy: 15:11), (Mathew; 5:42, 10:8, 25:35-40),