Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Indeed it is evil enough for a man to have fingers pointed at him for some religious or worldly reason, except whom God protects

Indeed it is evil enough for a man to have fingers pointed at him for some religious or worldly reason, except whom God protects




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Performing in pure earnest to please God Almighty, with Belief in His Promises and with hope of His Rewards

Performing in pure earnest to please God Almighty, with Belief in His Promises and with hope of His Rewards


IKHLAS      541          Belief in Yhe Rewards on Deeds

The objective is that a person should do every deed with the quality of Iman and ehtisab, that is while doing the deed he must have belief in the promises of Allah and be conscious of its rewards.

26. Abu Hurairah (RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu) narrates that Rasulullah (SallAllaahu ‘alaihi wasallam) said: If anyone attends the funeral of a Muslim with the belief in His promises, and hoping for His rewards and stays till the prayer is offered and the burial is completed he will get the reward of two Qirats, each Qirat being equivalent to ‘Uhud; and if anyone prays over the dead and returns before the burial he will come back with one Qirat. (Bukhari)

Note: A Qirat  is one-twelfth of a Dirham. In that period wages were paid to labourers for their work in the form of Qirat. Therefore, Rasulullah (SallAllaahu ‘alaihi wasallam) also used the word Qirat but then clarified that this should not be considered a worldly Qirat, but that its reward will be according to the Qirat of the Hereafter which will be as great and magnificent as Mount ‘Uhud when compared to the Qirat of this world. (Ma’ariful Hadith)

27.  Abu Darda’ (RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu) reports: I heard Abul Qasim (RasulUllaah) (SallAllaahu ‘alaihi wasallam) narrating in a Hadith Qudsi that verily Allah has said: O ‘Isa! I will



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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Feed the hungry, visit the sick and help free the captive

Feed the hungry, visit the sick and help free the captive





IKRAAM-YL-KUSLIM           523           Helping Muslims

382.      Abu Musa (RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu) narrates that Nabi (SallAllaahu ‘alaihi wasallam) said: A trustworthy Muslim treasurer who gives exactly as his owner has instructed him, in the most gracious and correct manner to whomsoever it was meant to be given, receives the same reward of Sadaqah (charity) as received by his owner. (Muslim)

383.      Jabir (RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu) narrates that RasuulUllaah (SallAllaahu ‘alaihi wasallam) said: Any Muslim who plants a tree, then whatever is eaten from it, is Sadaqah for him; what is stolen from it is Sadaqah for him; what beasts eat is Sadaqah for him; what birds eat is Sadaqah for him; whosoever takes anything from the tree (fruits etc) is Sadaqah (for the planter). (Muslim)

384.      Jabir (RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu) narrates that RasuulUllaah (SallAllaahu ‘alaihi wasallam) said: He who cultivates a barren land, has a reward thereby. (Ibne-Hibban)

385.  Qasim RahimahUllaah ‘narrates that a man passed by Abu Darda’ (RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu) when he was planting a tree in Damascus and said to Abu Darda’ (RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu): Are you doing this work, though you are a Sahaabi of RasuulUllaah (SallAllaahu ‘alaihi wasallam)? He said: Do not hasten to blame me; I heard


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Tuesday, May 23, 2017