Contextualizing Divine Qur’an and Islamic Concepts of International Relations
International Affairs are being practiced since 1920 pragmatically after World War-I and many states have been established mostly with a lesser tolerance towards minorities. However; the first state which had granted equal rights to all its nationals following Islam, Jewism and Paganism was formed by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be upon Him) in 622 AD at Medina. Establishment of such state not only brought peace and development within but also successfully established diplomatic relations with other states. Interstate and intrastate relations were galvanized on the foundations of treaties leading to universal brotherhood and leadership and the most prudent and pragmatic treaty which was principally based on facets like equality, justice, peace and tolerance was ‘Charter of Medina’. Adoptions of Qur’anic injections by the state of Medina not only led to establishment of a strong state but also caused the expansion to West Asia and Europe till Northern France. However as the Muslims started breaking the treaties during Battle of Torus they started losing the battles and territories. Much against the Islamic concepts Islam is being projected as an intolerant religion leading to terrorism due disunity among the Muslims and hypocratic attitude of the Muslim Political leadership.