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19 October 2014

Hadith Info: Sail or Sink



The Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “Truly, whoever takes the Hereafter as his (primary) concern, Allah places his richness before his eyes (his heart feels content), gathers his inner self (so he is at peace with himself), and this worldly life comes to him with compliance. And whoever has this worldly life as his (main) concern, Allah makes his poverty appear imminent to him, disunites his inner self (so he feels disgruntled and unhappy) and he does not gain anything from this worldly life except what had been destined for him.[Tirmidhi]

A boat needs water to go places: Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) made the things of this world for you to use. But when water enters the boat it sinks: Don't let the love of worldly things enter your heart or it will sink you.

How can one decrease one’s concern for this world? When you talk less about something its importance begins to decrease in your eyes. So try not to talk about the things that are not an Akhirah seeker’s primary concern.

11 October 2014

There is no Compulsion in Religion

"There is no Compulsion in Religion"  - Quran 2:256


Meaning, Do not force anyone to become Muslim, for Islam is plain and clear, and its proofs and evidence are plain and clear.

Among the many decisive pieces of evidence in this regard are the following.  God says:

Let there be no compulsion in religion.  Truth has been made clear from error.  Whoever rejects false worship and believes in God has grasped the most trustworthy handhold that never breaks.  And God hears and knows all things.” - Quran 2:256

God says:

If it had been your Lord’s will, all of the people on Earth would have believed.  Would you then compel the people so to have them believe?” - Quran 10:99

God says:

So if they dispute with you, say ‘I have submitted my whole self to God, and so have those who follow me.’  And say to the People of the Scripture (Jews and Christians) and to the unlearned: ‘Do you also submit yourselves?’  If they do, then they are on right guidance.  But if they turn away, your duty is only to convey the Message.  And in God’s sight are all of His servants.” - Quran 3:20

God says:

The Messenger’s duty is but to proclaim the Message.” - Quran 5:99

It is important to note that these last two verses were revealed in Medina.  This is significant, since it shows that the ruling they gave was not just contingent on the Muslims being in Mecca in a state of weakness.

Some people might be wondering that if Islam indeed advocates such an approach, then what is all this we hear about jihad?  How can we explain the warfare that the Prophet, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, and his Companions waged against the pagans?  The answer to this is that jihad in Islamic Law can be waged for a number of reasons, but compelling people to accept Islam is simply not one of them.  As for conversion, this is to be done peacefully by disseminating the Message with the written and spoken word.  There is no place for the use of weapons to compel people to accept Islam.

The Prophet, said in his letter to the Roman governor Heraclius:

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I invite you to accept Islam.  If you accept Islam, you will find safety.  If you accept Islam, God will give you a double reward.  However, if you turn away, upon you will be the sin of your subjects.” (Saheeh Al-Bukhari, Saheeh Muslim)

Once people have heard the Message without obstruction or hindrance and the proof has been established upon them, then the duty of the Muslims is done.  Those who wish to believe are free to do so and those who prefer to disbelieve are likewise free to do so.

Non-Muslims under Muslim rule must be allowed to remain on their own faith and must be allowed to practice the rights of their faith, though they will be expected to respect the laws of the land.

Had the purpose of jihad been to force the unbelievers to accept Islam, the Prophet PBUH would never have commanded the Muslims to refrain from hostilities if the enemy relented.  He would not have prohibited the killing of women and children.  However, this is exactly what he did.

An Incident in a battle

During a battle, the Prophet PBUH saw people gathered together.  He dispatched a man to find out why they were gathered.  The man returned and said: “They are gathered around a slain woman.”  So God’s Messenger said:

She should not have been attacked!”  Khalid b. al-Walid was leading the forces, so he dispatched a man to him saying: “Tell Khalid not to kill women or laborers”. (Sunan Abi Dawud)

Therefore, even in the heat of battle against a hostile enemy, the only people who may be attacked are those who are actually participating in the fighting.

Had the purpose of jihad been to force the unbelievers to accept Islam, the rightly guided Caliphs would not have prohibited the killing of priests and monks who refrained from fighting.  However, this is exactly what they did.  When the first Caliph, Abu Bakr, sent an army to Syria to fight the aggressive Roman legions, he went out to give them words of encouragement.  He said: “You are going to find a group of people who have devoted themselves to the worship of God (i.e. monks), so leave them to what they are doing.”

Instruction before battle

Before engaging in a battle, the Prophet Muhammad PBUH used to instruct his soldiers:

  • “Do not kill any child, any woman, or any elderly or sick person.” (Sunan Abu Dawud)
  • “Do not practice treachery or mutilation. Do not uproot or burn palms or cut down fruitful trees. Do not slaughter a sheep or a cow or a camel, except for food.” (Al-Muwatta)
  • “If one fights his brother, (he must) avoid striking the face, for God created him in the image of Adam.” (Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim)
  • “Do not kill the monks in monasteries, and do not kill those sitting in places of worship.” (Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal)
  • “Do not destroy the villages and towns, do not spoil the cultivated fields and gardens, and do not slaughter the cattle.” (Sahih Bukhari; Sunan Abu Dawud)

Treatment of a prisoner

A prisoner should not be coerced into renouncing his religion. He should be invited to Islam and given the choice to accept or reject the call.

O Prophet! Say to those who are captives in your hands: ‘If Allah finds any good in your hearts, He will give you something better than what has been taken from you and He will forgive you. For Allah is Oft Forgiving, Most Merciful.” - Quran 8:70

Muslims are ordered to treat prisoners of war kindly. Prisoners cannot be abused on account of the fact that they were fighting against the Muslims. There is no Islamic law that permits punishment for a prisoner because of his faith.

Conclusion

It's clear that a Muslim cannot force another human being to accept Islam; in fact, Islam instructs to the believers

"O you who have believed, enter into Islam completely [and perfectly] and do not follow the footsteps of Satan. Indeed, he is to you a clear enemy." Quran 2:208

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09 October 2014

The Best and The Most Inspiring Hadith

Hadith picked from Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) sayings based on the BEST and the MOST



 (NOTE: Hadiths may be repeated from the different book sources)

1. “The best of the Muslims is he from whose hand and tongue the Muslims are safe.” (Muslim)

2. “The best of people are those with the most excellent character.” (Tabarani, Sahih)

3. “The best of people are those that bring most benefit to the rest of mankind.” (Daraqutni, Hasan)

4. “The best of people are those who are best in fulfilling (rights).” (Ibn Majah, Sahih)

5. “The best of people during fitnah is a man who takes up the reins of his horse pursuing the enemies of Allah, causing them fear yet they make him fearful too, or a man who secludes himself in the desert fulfilling the rights of Allah upon him.” (Hakim, Sahih)

6. “The best of mankind is my generation, then those that follow them and then those that follow them. Then there shall come a people after them who will become avaricious, who will love gluttony, and who will give witness before they are asked for it.” (Tirmidhi, Sahih)

7. “The best of people are those who live longest and excel in their deeds, whereas the worst of people are those who live longest and corrupt their deeds.” (Tirmidhi, Sahih)

8. “The best of women are those that please him (her husband) when he sees her, obeys him when she is commanded, and who does not secretly betray him with regards to herself and her money in that which he dislikes.” (Ahmad, Sahih)

9. “The best of women are those that please you when you see them, obey you when commanded, and who safeguard themselves and your money in your absence.” (Tabarani, Sahih)

10. “The best of marriages are the easiest ones.” (Abu Dawud, Sahih)

11. “The best of your dates is the Borniyyu date; it expels disease yet does not contain any disease itself.” (Hakim, Hasan)

12. “The best of your garments are those which are white; shroud your dead in them and clothe your living with them. The best of that which you apply to your eyelids is antimony causing the eyelashes to grow and sharpening the eyesight.” (Ibn Hibban, Sahih)

13. “The best quality of your religion is scrupulousness.” (Hakim, Sahih)

14. “The best of your religion is that which is easiest.” (Ahmad, Sahih)

15. “The best of the prayer lines for men are the first rows, the worst being the final rows. The best of the prayer lines for women are the final rows and the worst are the first rows.” (Muslim)

16. “The best prayers for women are those performed in the most secluded parts of their houses.” (Ibn Khuzaymah, Sahih)

17. “The best of you in Islam are those who are most excellent in character as long as you deeply understand the religion.” (Ahmad, Sahih)

18. “The best of you are the best of you in fulfilling (rights).” (Ahmad, Sahih)

19. “The best of you are those who are best to their families, and I am the best of you to my family.” (Tirmidhi, Sahih)

20. “The best of you are my generation, then those that follow them and then those that follow them. Then there shall come after them a people who will betray and be untrustworthy, will give witness even though they have not been asked to, will make vows yet will not fulfil them and obesity will appear amongst them.” (Bukhari)

21. “The best of you are those who feed others and return greetings.” (Abu Ya'la, Hasan)

22. “The best of you is he from whom good is anticipated and safety from his evil is assured; the worst of you is he from whom nothing good is expected and one is not safe from his evil.” (Tirmidhi, Sahih)

23. “The best of thing mankind has been given is excellent character.” (Hakim, Sahih)

24. “The best of that which you treat yourself with is cupping.” (Hakim, Sahih)

25. “The best of journeys undertaken are to this Mosque of mine and the Ancient House.” (Ahmad, Sahih)

26. “The best of which man can leave behind for himself are three: a righteous child who supplicates for him, an ongoing charity whose reward continues to reach him and knowledge which others benefit from after him.” (Ibn Hibban, Hasan)

27. “The best Mosques for women are the most secluded parts of their houses.” (Bayhaqi, Sahih)

28. “The best of the world’s women are four: Maryum bint 'Imran, Khadijah bint Khuwaylid, Fatimah bint Muhammad and Aasiyah the wife of Fir'awn.” (Ahmad, Sahih)

29. “The best of days that you should perform cupping are the 17th, 19th and 21st of the month. I did not pass a single gathering of angels on the night of Isra’ except that they would say to me, ‘O Muhammad, perform cupping!’” (Ahmad, Sahih)

30. “The best day on which the Sun has risen is Friday; on it Adam was created, on it Adam was made to enter Paradise and on it he was expelled. The Hour will not be established except on Friday.” (Muslim)

31. “Verily, the best of perfume for men is that which is strong in smell and light in colour, and the best of perfume for women is that which is strong in colour and light in smell.” (Tirmidhi, Sahih)

32. “The most beloved of religions according to Allah the Most High is the ‘easy and flexible religion.’” (Ahmad, Hasan)

33. “The most beloved of deeds according to Allah are the continuous ones, even if they are little.” (Agreed upon)

34. “The most beloved of names according to Allah are ‘Abd Allah, ‘Abd’l-Rahman and Harith.” (Abu Ya'la, Sahih)

35. “The most beloved of deeds according to Allah are the prayer in its right time, then to treat the parents in an excellent manner, and then Jihad in the path of Allah.” (Agreed upon)

36. “The most beloved of deeds according to Allah is that you die and yet your tongue is still moist from the remembrance of Allah.” (Ibn Hibban, Hasan)

37. “The most beloved words according to Allah the Most High are four: Subhanallah, Alhamdulillah, La ilaha illallah and Allahu Akbar; there is no problem with which one you start with.” (Muslim)

38. “The most beloved of speech according to Allah is when the servant says, ‘Subhanallahi wa bihamdihi’ (Glory be to Allah and Praise Him).” (Muslim)

39. “The most beloved of speech according to Allah the Most High is that which Allah chose for his Angels: Subhana Rabbi wa bihamdihi, Subhana Rabbi wa bihamdihi, Subhana Rabbi wa bihamdihi (All Glory is to Allah and all Praise to Him)." (Tirmidhi, Sahih)

40. “The most beloved of people according to Allah is he who brings most benefit, and the most beloved of deeds according to Allah the Mighty, the Magnificent, is that you bring happiness to a fellow Muslim, or relieve him of distress, or pay off his debt or stave away hunger from him. It is more beloved to me that I walk with my brother Muslim in his time of need than I stay secluded in the mosque for a month. Whoever holds back his anger, Allah will cover his faults and whoever suppresses his fury while being able to execute it, Allah will fill his heart with satisfaction on the Day of Standing. Whoever walks with his brother Muslim in need until he establishes that for him, Allah will establish his feet firmly on the day when all feet shall slip. Indeed, bad character ruins deeds just as vinegar ruins honey.” (Tabarani, Hasan)

41. “The most beloved of people to me is  A’ishah and from the men, Abu Bakr.” (Agreed upon)

42. “The best of people in recitation are those who when they recite, you see that they fear Allah.” (Bayhaqi, Sahih)

43. “The best of your leaders are those that you love and they love you, you supplicate for them and they supplicate for you. The worst of your leaders are those that you hate and they hate you, you curse them and they curse you.” (Muslim)

44. “The best of you are those who are best in paying off their debts.” (Tahawi, Sahih)

45. “The best of you are those with the longest lives and most excellent character.” (Bazzar, Sahih)

46. “The best of you are those with the longest lives and best in action.” (Hakim, Sahih)

47. “The best of you are those with the softest shoulders during prayer.” (Bayhaqi, Hasan)

48. “The best of you are those who are best to their wives.” (Tirmidhi, Sahih)

49. “The best of you are those who are best to their families.” (Tabarani, Sahih)

50. “The best of you during the ‘Period of Ignorance are the best of you in Islam as long as they deeply understand the religion.” (Bukhari)

51. “The best of you are those who learn the Qur’an and teach it.” (Darimi, Sahih)

52. “The best of companions according to Allah are those who are best to their companion and the best of neighbours according to Allah are those that are best to their neighbour.” (Tirmidhi, Sahih)

53. “The best of places are the Mosques and the worst of places are the markets.” (Tabarani, Hasan)

54. “The best supplication on the Day of Arafah and the best thing that I and the Prophets before me ever said was, ‘La ilaha illallah wahdahu la sharika lahu, lahu’l-mulk wa lahu’l-hamd wa huwa 'ala kulli shay’in Qadir.’” (Tirmidhi, Hasan)

55. “The best of provision is that which suffices.” (Ahmad in ‘Zuhd’, Hasan)

56. “The best testimony is when one gives it before he is asked to do so.” (Tabarani, Sahih)

57. “The best of mahr are the easiest.” (Hakim, Sahih)

58. “The best of charity is that which still leaves you self-sufficient for the upper hand is better than the lower hand; start with those you are responsible for.” (Tabarani, Sahih)

59. “The best of gatherings are those that are most open.” (Abu Dawud, Sahih)

60. “The most beloved deed according to Allah is to have faith in Allah, then to maintain the ties of kinship, and then to command to good and forbid the wrong. The most abhorrent of deeds according to Allah is to associate partners with Him, then to cut the ties of kinship.” (Abu Ya’la, Hasan)

61. “The most beloved Jihad according to Allah is that a word of truth be spoken to a tyrant ruler.” (Tabarani, Hasan)

62. “The most beloved word according to me is that which is most truthful.” (Bukhari)

63. “The most beloved fast according to Allah is the fast of Dawud; he would fast every alternate day. The most beloved prayer according to Allah is the prayer of Dawud; he would sleep half the night, stand a third and then sleep for a sixth.” (Agreed upon)

64. “The most beloved dish according to Allah is that which most hands feed from.” (Ibn Hibban, Hasan)

65. “The most beloved servant of Allah is he who is most beneficial to his dependents.” (Zawa’id al-Zuhd, Hasan)

66. “The best of earnings is that of the labourer as long as he tries his best.” (Ahmad, Hasan)

67. “The best of all deeds is to have faith in Allah alone, then Jihad and then an accepted Hajj; they surpass all other deeds like the distance between the rising and setting of the Sun.” (Ahmad, Sahih)

68. “The best of all deeds is the Prayer at its earliest time.” (Tirmidhi, Sahih)

69. “The best of all deeds is the Prayer in its right time, to treat the Parents honourably and Jihad in the path of Allah.” (al-Khatib, Sahih)

70. “The best of all deeds is that you bring happiness to your Muslim brother, pay off his debt or feed him bread.” (Ibn Adiyy, Hasan)

71. “The best of faith is patience and magnanimity.” (Ahmad, Sahih)

72. “The best of days according to Allah is Friday.” (Bayhaqi, Sahih)

73. “The best of Jihad is that man strives against his soul and desires.” (Daylami, Sahih)

74. “The best Hajj is that with the most raised voices and flowing blood.” (Tirmidhi, Hasan)

75. “The best of supplications is that of on the Day of Arafah, and the best thing that was said by myself and the Prophets before me was, “La ilaha illallah wahdahu la sharika lahu.” (There is nothing worthy of worship except Allah alone, He has no partners.) (Malik, Hasan)

76. “The best of dinars are: the dinar spent by a man upon his dependents, the dinar spent by a man upon his horse in the path of Allah and the dinar spent by a man upon his companions in the path of Allah, the Mighty, the Magnificent.” (Muslim)

77. “The best word of remembrance is: La ilaha illallah and the best supplication is: Al-hamdu lillah.” (Tirmidhi, Hasan)

78. “The best word of remembrance is: La ilaha illallah and the best (expression of giving) thanks is: Al-hamdu lillah.” (Baghawi, Hasan)

79. “The best of hours are those deep in the latter part of the night.” (Tabarani, Sahih)

80. “The best of all martyrs are those who fight in the front line; they do not turn their faces away until they are killed. They will be rolling around in the highest rooms of Paradise, their Lord laughing at them - when your Lord laughs at a servant, there is no accounting for him.” (Ahmad, Sahih)

81. “The best of all martyrs is he whose blood is shed and whose horse is slaughtered.” (Tabarani, Sahih)

82. “The best of all charity is the shade of a canopy (provided) in the path of Allah, the Mighty and Magnificent, to gift ones servant in the path of Allah and to gift ones she-camel in the path of Allah.” (Ahmad, Hasan)

83. “The best of all charity is that which is given to the relative that harbours enmity against you.” (Ahmad, Sahih)

84. “The best of all charity is that you give it while you are healthy and desirous (of that money), hoping to become wealthy but fearing poverty. Don’t delay until you are about to breathe your last and then you say, ‘This is for ‘so and so’ and this is for ‘so and so’’, for indeed, it has already been written that ‘so and so’ would receive that.” (Abu Dawud, Sahih)

85. “The best of all charity is when the one with little strives to give; start with those you are responsible for.” (Hakim, Sahih)

86. “The best charity is to provide water.” (Ibn Majah, Hasan)

87. “The best prayer after the obligatory ones is the prayer in the depth of the night, and the best fast after the month of Ramadhan is the month of Allah, Muharram.” (Muslim)

88. “The best prayer is the prayer of the man in his home except for the obligatory prayer.” (Nasa’i, Sahih)

89. “The best prayer is that with the longest standing.” (Muslim)

90. “The best of all prayers according to Allah is the Friday morning prayer in congregation.” (Ibn Nu‘aym, Sahih)

91. “The best fast is the fast of my brother Dawud; he would fast every alternate day and he would never flee (the battlefield) when the armies would meet.” (Tirmidhi, Sahih)

92. “The best of all fasts after Ramadhan is in the month that you call Muharram.” (Nasa’i, Sahih)

93. “The best of all worship is supplication.” (Hakim, Sahih)

94. “The best deed is the prayer in its right time and Jihad in the path of Allah.” (Bayhaqi, Sahih)

95. “The best of the Qur’an is: “Al-hamdu lillahi Rabb’l-‘Alamin”. (Hakim, Sahih)

96. “The best of earnings is a blessed sale and that which a man earns with his hands.” (Ahmad, Sahih)

97. “The best of the Believers is the most excellent of them in character.” (Ibn Majah, Sahih)

98. “The best of the Believers with respect to Islam is the one from whose hand and tongue the Muslims are safe; and the best of the Believers with respect to Iman are the most excellent of them in character; and the best of those who migrate is he who migrates from that which Allah the Most High has prohibited; and the best of Jihad is when one strives against his soul for the sake of Allah, the Mighty, the Magnificent.” (Tabarani, Sahih)

99. “The best of mankind is the believer between two honourable persons.” (Tabarani, Sahih)

100. “The best of all days in the world are the ten days (of Dhul Hijjah).” (Bazzar, Sahih)

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08 October 2014

A Muslim is always on Duty


When an European airline was initially launched, an educated Muslim gentleman was traveling in the first class section. An air hostess approached him with a complimentary alcoholic drink, so that man politely refused. The air hostess returned but this time bought the drink on a platter, designed to appeal and impress however Muslim man again politely refused, explaining he doesn't drink alcohol. The air hostess was concerned and informed the manager. The manager approached the man with another platter, now designed with flowers, and questioned, “Is there something wrong with our service? Please enjoy the drink, it is a complimentary offer.” The man replied, “I am a Muslim and I do not drink alcohol.” The manager still insisted that the man take the drink.

Then, the Muslim proposed that the manager should give the drink to the pilot first. The manager stated, “How can the pilot drink alcohol, he’s on duty!? And if he drinks there are all chances for the plane to crash”.

The passenger with tears in his eye, replied, “I am a Muslim and I am always on duty in order to protect my Imaan (Faith) and if I drink I will crash my whole life here and in the hereafter."

"O you who have believed, enter into Islam completely [and perfectly] and do not follow the footsteps of Satan. Indeed, he is to you a clear enemy." [Quran 2:208]

07 October 2014

The Excellence of Gentleness towards Wife



A husband should treat his wife nicely and deal with her wisely, Our Holy Prophet Muhammad PBUH‎ said:

Woman has been created from a rib and you cannot straighten her. If you wish to get benefit from her, you can do so with her crookedness. If you try to straighten her, you will break her and breaking a woman means divorcing her. [Sahih Muslim]

We therefore realise that some of her habits will be displeasing, but the husband should always remain patient and tolerant. The Holy Prophet Muhammad PUBH‎ said:

Amongst the true believers is he who possesses a nice character and is the most gentle with his wife.[Jami’ Tirmizi, Hadith 2621, V4, P278, Dar-ulFikr Beirut]

Unmanliness

Dear Islamic Brothers! Those rebuking and even beating their wives should ponder over this blessed Hadith. To demonstrate your power over the one who is naturally weaker than you is not manliness, it is in fact the worst unmanliness. If the woman forgetfully makes a mistake, her husband should be lenient, patient and tolerant. As he gets many benefits from her, he should also tolerate her foibles (mistakes).

The merciful Prophet Muhammad PBUH‎ said:
A Muslim male can never have enmity for a Muslim female. He may dislike one of her habits but may find any other habit pleasing.[Sahih Muslim]

Rights of the Husband

The wife should also treat her husband in a good manner. The Holy Prophet Muhammad PBUH said:

I swear by the One under Whose Omnipotence my life is, if there are wounds, in the husband's body from foot to head, from which pus and blood flow, and the woman licks them, still she has not fulfilled the husband’s rights.[Musnad Imaam Ahmad, Hadith 12614, V4, P318, Dar-ul-Fikr Beirut]

Do not leave the home of even a Cruel Husband 

Those women who frequently fall out with their husbands over small matters and go to their parent’s home should listen attentively and try to act upon the following blessed Hadith with heart and soul.
The Holy Prophet Muhammad PBUH‎ said:

And (the wife) must not leave the house of her (husband) without his permission. If she does so, until she does not repent, Allah and His (innocent) angels send curse upon her.” Someone asked, “Even if the husband is cruel?” The Holy Prophet replied, “Even if he is cruel.
[Kanzul-Ummal, Hadith 44801, V16, P114, Dar-ul-Kutubul Ilmiyyah Beirut]

The Cause of most Women’s being in Hell?

Some women are extremely disobedient and ungrateful to their husbands. If they are offended even slightly, they forget all the previous kindnesses and favours and start cursing their husbands. Those women who often curse and annoy their husbands should repent immediately; once the Prophet of Allah was going to the Eid-Gah on Eid day.

He PBUH‎ passed by some women and said:
Oh women! Give charity as I have seen most of you in the Hell.” The women asked, “Ya Rasool-Allah ! What is the reason for this?” The Prophet of Allah replied, “You often curse and are ungrateful to your husbands.” [Sahih Bukhari, Hadith 304, V1, P123, Dar-ul-Kutubul Ilmiyyah Beirut]


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