Emphasizing the importance of brotherhood we find that Allah, in the Quran, and the Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ‘alyhi wa sallam), in the Sunnah, frequently mention (nafs) which literally means ‘oneself, with the intention of meaning ‘one’s Muslim brother’. This is to encourage the Muslims to be conscious of the fact that the true bond and connection of Islam is what makes your Muslim brother as he is one’s own self. In agreement with the prophetic hadeeth that states: “None of you truly believes until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself”
Islam is against all forms of racism and bigotry. Racism is the belief that one race is superior to another, or one color of skin is superior to another, or the people of one country are superior to another. Such beliefs are the characteristic of pre-Islamic ignorance (jahiliyyah).
Islam is the most complete and perfect way of life that mankind has ever known. Practicing the religion of Islam while performing good deeds will enable one to experience true happiness in this world, while receiving great blessings in the hereafter, as Allah says: ‘Whoever does deeds of righteousness, whether male or female and they are believers, then we will surely grant him a pleasant and happy life in this world, and we shall also reward them in great proportions and even more in the hereafter for the deeds that they used to do in the worldly life.’
Narrated Anas (Radhi Allahu 'Anhum): Allah's Messenger (Salla Allahu 'Alayhee wa Sallam) said, "Wisdom consists in keeping silent, and those who practice it are few." [Al-Baihaqi reported it in Ash-Shu'ab with a weak chain of narrators, and the sound view is that it is traced back to one of the Sahabah who quoted it from Luqman Al-Hakim.]