I want to give an example for you from the Holy Quran and from Quranic history: Allah the Exalted ordered Musa [Moses] (a.s.) and Harun [Aaron] (a.s.) to go to Pharaoh. Well, it was a big task for two individuals to go and confront – on their own – a great power that existed at that time: Pharaonic power was a great power in terms of politics and social affairs and even in terms of his influence on the people and his bureaucratic resources. There are many things to be said about the Pharaonic power. Pharaoh was an shocking phenomenon. He was a tyrannical power who did whatever he liked with abundant resources at his disposal.
We do not appreciate the Qur'an and Ahl al-Bayt
Qur'an takes man to the epitome of human perfection. We do not appreciate the Qur'an and its equal, Ahl al-Bayt, peace be upon them.
The reality of servitude is refraining from sins
The purpose of creation is servitude, "I did not create the Jinn and Humans except that they may worship Me,"[the Holy Quran, Surah adh-Dhariyaat (51): 54] and the reality of servitude is refraining from sins in belief, which is the act of the heart, and in acts of the body.
I heard that in a parliament session in France a representative picked up a Quran and said: “As long as this book is in the hands of Muslims we will not be able to rule over them.” This is confirmed by the fact that 300 years ago one of the leaders of an Islamic faction stated in an agreement: “The Quran must be translated into a language other than Arabic.”
Islamic governments must be in the hands of Muslims. The disbelievers do not want the Quran to be in the hands of Muslims and to rule over Muslims. They want it to be how the present day Torah and Bible are in their own countries. They are trying to take out the verses of jihad and of cursing the disbelievers. The only verses that will remain are verses in regards to worship.